Guide to Foxborough's Conservation Land & Open Spaces

The Conservation Commission's first edition of the Guide was created by the Commission's summer intern, Ryan Clapp. The Guide includes information about more than 2,000 acres of permanently protected open space in Foxborough, including roughly 700 acres of F. Gilbert Hill State Forest.

We hope that this guide will help to improve and preserve these lands, now and for future generations to come.

Before visiting one of Foxborough's Town conservation areas, we ask that you please review Foxborough's Conservation Land Rules & Regulations.


Trail Maps:

In addition to our new Guide, more detailed trail maps of some conservation areas are downloadable below. The trail maps were created by Ryan Norton, the Town DPW's GIS guru; the Conservation Commission plans to create additional trail maps in the future, so please stay tuned!

Conservation Land Rules and Regulations:

Please note that the Conservation Commission revised Foxborough's Conservation Land Rules & Regulations on April 24, 2017 (edited September 11, 2017).

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