Foxborough, Mass.

The area now known as Foxborough was inhabited by native americans before the colonists arrived as early as 1704. In 1778, the town was incorporated and named for the Honorable Charles James Fox.

Often refered to as "The Gem Of Norfolk County", Foxborough is located equidistant from Boston, MA, and Providence, RI.

open Space

Conservation Areas

  • Town of Foxborough Conservation
  • Cocasset River Park - Pond, playground, picnic area, & fields
  • Foxborough has ~3,330 acres of protected open space which represents almost 25% of Foxborough's total aera of 21 square miles (13,342 acres).

Recreation Areas

Other Areas & Sources

What is a Greenway?*

Greenways are corridors of land and water that connect and protect natural, cultural, and recreational resources. Greenways are a part of our natural "green infrastructure." They include many types of trails and walkways, river corridors, bicycle paths, wildlife corridors, and conservation lands linked by trails.

Neighborhoods In Foxborough

Lakeview, Donkeyville, Paineburg, Quaker Hill, Morseville, Foxvale, and Powderhouse are some of the older neighborhoods in town.

Cannon Forge, Witch Pond, Governor's Meadow, and Chestnut Green are a few of the newer developments.