Today residents enjoy The Balfour Riverwalk, a completely ADA compliant recreational facility, with a variety of amenities that serves children, teenagers, adults, and senior citizens alike - from a quarter-mile circuitous walking path, three access points, a dedicated 4,000 square foot surface for skateboarding complete with obstacles, a 15,000 square foot kidney-shaped open-air ice skating rink, an open-air amphitheater, two separate playground facilities, a sand volleyball court, bocce ball area, benches, trash receptacles, water bubblers, fencing and gates, picnic tables, trees, shrubs, lawn areas, lighting, an irrigation system, community gathering area accented with flagpoles and a dedication monument seen in the foreground above, a reading area (as the recreational facility is adjacent to the Attleboro Public Library), a pedestrian footbridge that spans the Ten Mile River and connects Riverbank Road to the Riverwalk, to the 700 foot long riverwalk along the Ten Mile River that is located just in front of the pitched roof building, as seen above.
This information is provided by the Division of Conservation Services
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