Note that all driving directions are given as if starting out from the center of the watershed. Also, abbreviations are as follows:
- N, S, E, W = North, South, East, West
- R, L = Right, Left
- NB, SB = North Bound, South Bound
- (town name) = toward named town
F. Gilbert Hills State Forest
Hiking, walking, horse trails, hunting, mountain biking.
I-95 exit 7, N on Route 140, 3/4 around common to South Street, R on Mill Street, follow signs. Info 508-543-5850.
Harold B. Clarke Town Forest
Hiking, walking, horse trails, mountain biking. Learn more.
I- 95 exit 7, N on Route 140 through the center of Foxborough, L on Lakeview Road, R onto Forest Road.
Neponset Reservoir, Kersey Point
Gravel boat launch (must portage a short distance), canoeing, kayaking, fishing (catch and release ONLY).
Kersey Point is a town conservation area (next to Heaton’s, with parking for 10-20 cars).
I-95 to exit 8, W on Mechanic Street, R on Chestnut Street, R on Kersey Street, parking lot is at end of road.
Walking, fishing (catch and release ONLY).
Recently renovated to include Learning Center with ADA compliant trail, picnic area, and observation deck.
I-95 to exit 8, W on Mechanic Street, R on Chestnut Street, R on North Street, R into property driveway at sign just past tracks.
Warner Trail – Foxborough
I-95 to exit 8, W on Mechanic Street, R on Chestnut Street. Trailhead to the right of the railroad tracks between the two boulders.
I-95 to exit 9, S on Route 1, Stadium will be on your R.
Fish caught at the Neponset Reservoir and Crack Rock Pond should not be eaten (due to heavy metals); catch and release is recommended.
Trail maps and other information related to the Foxborough Conservation Commission can be found at http://www.foxboroughma.gov/Pages/FoxboroughMA_Conservation/index
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