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      The Wrentham State Forest in Southeastern Massachusetts is laced with an almost uncountable number of singletracks, jeep trails, and a few slightly maintained forest service roads. Wrentham does not have a campground, lake, river or even a headquarters building. Just 1,064 acres of well drained, lightly hilled woodland trails. The forest is the center of most of the areas hunting activity. One special feature unique to Wrentham is a single-track under Route 495. But more on that later. Wrentham State Forest is actually a part of the F. Gilbert Hills State Forest, which has three sections that are located in the towns of Foxboro, Wrentham and Franklin.

      The DCR's Wrentham State Forest handout map does not show 50% of the existing trails that are in use. This means that you will have a great time getting yourself lost and found while you explore. Just remember the forest is bisected by Route 495 which runs from East to West and by Taunton Street which runs from North to South. Any paved road that you come upon other than Taunton Street is outside of the forest. And that knowledge, along with the DCR map and the map below, is all you need to have a great ride.

      For your first ride at Wrentham, start at the main parking lot located at 700 Taunton Street. Enter the woods behind the lot and keeping the traffic noise on your left, try to ride all of the trails that are closest to the highway fence as you proceed West. When you reach the paved road, (Route 1A), you will be out of the forest. Retrace your route to the first jeep road that heads left (North) and ride the most defined trails as you head back towards the start. At the minimum this will net you 4 miles of single-track on your Eastern leg and at least 6 on your way back. With this brief introduction to the forest you're ready to explore. And explore you will. The side trails will lead you to additional single-tracks, and so on...

      For your second ride cross Taunton Street and enter the woods behind the large Wrentham State Forest sign. Turn left or right at the first intersection - and explore. Oh The forest's motorcycle trail is marked with yellow arrows. It's quite difficult in spots, but offers a good introduction to the forest.

      There is another section of the forest just South of Route 495.The easiest way to get there is to head South on Taunton Street until you cross over Route 495. Then take your next right on George Street and follow any of the trails leading off George Street on your right or your left.

      Now for the surprise. Remember that drainage culvert you noticed along your way West? It leads under route 495 and connects to the trails in the Southern portion of the forest. Try it! Although the inside of the pipe is a little slippery, it is ridable. And it's a kick being under the traffic for a change. Depending on the time of year and recent precipitation, you will have to ride through a couple of shallow ponds, and running water in the 2 culverts. The north-side culvert is also loaded with small rocks. The culverts run slightly downhill, from north to south.

      Continuing on, the jeep trails on the South side of the forest lead to a vast array of motorcycle, jeep and ATV trails that run through Plainfield, Attleborough, North Attleborough and even into Rhode Island. Bring along a local town road map to help you find a quick way back to your start. Most of the South side terrain is rugged, challenging, and has loose / poor surface conditions when the weather has been dry.

      Riding in Wretham will test your limits. Not many hills, and not much mud, but the difficult, technical single tracks seem to go on forever, and in fact much farther than you will. Why not find out for yourself?
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      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      eBikes Allowed: Yes
      Wrentham State Forest Parking google parking directions
      Access Info:
      The Wrentham State Forest parking lot and trailhead is located on Taunton Street in the center of the forest, and it usually has a copy of the 'good' map on its signboard. To get there head South from the intersections of routes 495 and 1 and take a right on Route 152 (Taunton Street) towards Wrentham. After you go over Route 495, look for the parking lot on your left.
      Dirt bikes must stay on the yellow blazed trails only. Off-Highway Motorcycles (OHM) only. No ATV or Quads allowed in the State Forest. OHM trail use is allowed from May 1 - Last Sunday November.
      Region Details
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      Region Status
      Open as of Oct 6, 2020
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      Total Distance
      43 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      19 miles
      Total Descent
      4,682 ft
      Total Vertical
      228 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      435 ft
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      Photos of Wrentham State Forest & Conservation Lands Mountain Bike

      trail: Special Sauce
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      trail: WSF N10
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      Current Trail Warnings

      Narrow Rock Tech
      Oct 5, 2020 @ 2:40pm
      Oct 5, 2020
      Idealmappermook Lind One unrideable blowdown. Trail was a...
      Gnarly Garden
      Sep 28, 2020 @ 2:09pm
      Sep 28, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind Garden part was pretty wet, and somewhat...
      Sleeping Giant
      Sep 28, 2020 @ 2:09pm
      Sep 28, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind This trail, with so much great potential,...

      Recent Trail Reports

      First Access
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Idealmappermook Lind Some debris on the trail, especially at...
      Had Enough
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Idealmappermook Lind Hasn't been ridden much - some debris.
      Best Alternative
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind Fun trail. Some dry spots.
      Bottom of the cliffs
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind Some overgrown and soggy spots. This...
      Hard Knocks
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind Some dry and rocky loose spots. HAB...
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Idealmappermook Lind
      Berry St. Path
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 2:18pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      Variablemappermook Lind Some dry spots.
      Humble Ridge
      Oct 5, 2020 @ 2:40pm
      Oct 5, 2020
      Drymappermook Lind Very loose and pretty dry conditions made...
      Pine Slope
      Oct 5, 2020 @ 2:40pm
      Oct 5, 2020
      Idealmappermook Lind Pine needles didn't feel so slow, on this...
      Fill Up
      Oct 5, 2020 @ 2:40pm
      Oct 5, 2020
      Drymappermook Lind

      Activity Feed

      user #1153630BlackSquidriddentrailBrief Respite
      Oct 8, 2020 @ 10:28am
      Oct 8, 2020
      user #2188109mappermookupdatetrailPlainville Singletrack and 47 more
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 9:53pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      user #2188109mappermookaddreportFirst Access and 6 more
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 6:48pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      user #2188109mappermookaddtrailHighgrounds Rock Tech
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 6:05pm
      Oct 6, 2020
      user #2188109mappermookupdatetrailBottom of the cliffs and 37 more
      Oct 6, 2020 @ 5:47pm
      Oct 6, 2020

      Recent Comments

      user #2331206SemperGumbytrailKeeperRock garden.
      Aug 29, 2020 @ 3:48pm
      Aug 29, 2020
      user #2331206SemperGumbytrailBlue StarFun even on the back to the parking lot.
      Aug 29, 2020 @ 3:45pm
      Aug 29, 2020
      user #2188109mappermookreportBear Swamp RoadBlowdown is a tad south of where For Those...
      Aug 25, 2020 @ 4:45pm
      Aug 25, 2020
      user #19771561mike12trailMotorized Multi-Use WSF N1It feels like this could have been a really...
      Jun 20, 2020 @ 8:22am
      Jun 20, 2020
      user #2188109mappermooktrailRide the ShoulderEasy connector with a lot of small rocks.
      May 29, 2020 @ 3:25pm
      May 29, 2020

      Nearby Areas

      Plainville Conservation Land 13 281.3 km
      F. Gilbert Hills State Forest 53 52 163.1 km
      Franlin Town Forest Recreation Area 83.6 km
      Lind Farm 43 18 63.6 km
      Indian Rock Conservation Area 4 2 13.9 km
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