Wrentham State Forest
Details of Wrentham State Forest
Overview of Wrentham State Forest
Covering over 1,000 acres, Wrentham State Forest is a minimally developed area. The gravel parking area on Taunton Street leads to miles of weaving trails and dirt roads. Trails are open for hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing. Additionally there is a designated loop trail for off-roading. The park also offers access to the Warner Trail, a 30-mile hiking trail that travels through Norfolk County down to Rhode Island.
Hours for Wrentham State Forest
Dawn to dusk
Parking at Wrentham State Forest
Free parking available on-site.
Activities at Wrentham State Forest
Ride the 8-mile loop trail designated for off-highway motorcycles (OHMs).
All Activities at Wrentham State Forest
- Cross-country skiing
- Horseback riding
- Mountain biking
- Off-road vehicles
Facilities at Wrentham State Forest
- Educational programs
- Scenic views
Restrictions at Wrentham State Forest
- Off-highway motorcycles (OHMs) are only allowed during the riding season (early May to late November).
- OHMs on marked trails only (blazed in yellow).