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All reviews feed the animals great playground sand box child's birthday great walking trails jungle gym all ages family outing older children farm animals few hours whole family long slide sandbox picnic goats ww1
It was.fun to feed the animals my son loves hand feeding the pony..great walking trails all for free also we visited the highest Altitude in the park above sea level very serene..we got some amazing picnics they have a little sand box area great for...More
We have been going there with our 3 year old grandson and he loves it. A variety of things to do: see the animals, play in the playground and sandbox, have a picnic and take a walk. He especially loves the long covered slide in...More
We spent the day here and first went to the huge slide! Then went to the sandbox and hung out there. The sandbox has tons of toys. Then we went to the huge playground. We also did the bird outlook and lastly we fed the...More
My family and I visited the park for one of the touch a truck events which was amazing. We also saw the sheep, goats, turkeys, deer, donkeys and other animals. There is also a playground and a hiking trail. One can easily make a day...More
This park is a hidden gem in the area. They have farm animals to see and they have multiple play areas for the kids. There is a giant sand box zone and a separate jungle gym location. There are a lot of places to park...More
We love going there! There so many different area to explore. My little ones love the playgrounds and the animals. Last time we were there we had a picnic before visiting the animals and going for a walk to the playground. Lots of shady areas.
Finally made the 40 minute drive and glad we did. What a beautiful park. Totally free and plenty for the little ones to do. Bring some quarters if you want to feed some of the animals on site. This park is perfect for a picnic...More
If you are looking for a fun day out with a variety of things to do and see, this is the place to go. There is an outdoor zoo fenced in right around small sheds and the natural terrain. Enjoy the goats and birds, sheep,...More
Diamond in the rough. Great place to bring your kids or grandkids. You have a small zoo, great playground and walking trails. If you want a great place for a picnic, either bring sandwiches or grill your hotdogs and hamburgers. 👍👍👍
The North Attleboro WW1 park is an excellent , well maintained and safe recreational area for young children .
Julia’s garden is awesome .Picnic benches,
Playground areas and shade areas with seating ,and a small zoo all add their touch to make a great experience...More
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This is not "Disneyworld" ... but it is a public park that is beautifully designed and maintained! My friend and I were amazed ..... it is free of charge. It is a large area / park (not sure of acreage). When one... More
This is not "Disneyworld" ... but it is a public park that is beautifully designed and maintained! My friend and I were amazed ..... it is free of charge. It is a large area / park (not sure of acreage). When one enters park, one must take a right (one way) --- this road actually "loops around" entire park and one ends up back at the entrance / exit (just keep following the road with the "line" on the road). The road is painted for one lane (for vehicles) and has a "second lane" for pedestrians (joggers, walkers, people walking from their cars, etc). As one drives around the loop, there are parking spots around the loop --- so one may park near the animals, or park near the disk golf (which is in the woods), or perhaps park at one of the picnic areas. One could park and just walk into the animal area, then as one continues to walk they will find themselves in another "area". The park has an animal area (small animals); Julia's Garden (butterflies; a large long slide the children enjoy), a "water feature" (this wasn't working when I went last; not sure why); a "beach area" (no water; but a "giant sand" box set up to look like a beach --- complete with gazebo, beach chairs, various beach toys for the kids, etc); a huge playground; a smaller playground; a grassy picnic area; a scenic picnic area; individual picnic areas (one can park their car at the spot); and disk golf, etc. (think I got everything!!!) I did not see a child without a smile on!!!! NOTE: I did not see any "inside toilets" --- but they do have portaporties.