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When Bird Park in Walpole, Mass., Shines in Fall Colors

Fall foliage at Bird Park, Walpole, Mass.

Bird Park in Walpole, Mass., as of Oct. 30, 2015

There’s no telling when the leaves will drop, but Bird Park in Walpole, Mass., typically turns into a fall foliage wonderland during late October and the very beginning of November.

Along the way, the 89 acre park features ponds, brooks, stone bridges, open fields, groves of trees, three miles of meandering paved and dirt paths, benches, tennis courts, a basketball net, and a kids playground. If, by chance, the leaves have dropped by the time of your arrival, all is not lost: Bird Park looks beautiful at any time of the year! This Trustees of Reservations land is a must-see when in the Boston area — only 18 miles southwest of the “Hub of the Universe.”

Bird Park is located at 251 Washington St. in East Walpole.. Open sunrise to sunset.

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