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I have been to Gillette Stadium for function one time before, but I never knew there is a cranberry bog near by. I was pleasantly surprised by the water lilies/lotus. They are still blooming yesterday. The walk is nice and easy enough for elderly person....More
We went for a walk with our 3 little dogs. It is a beautiful place to walk and there are signs around the bog that explain stuff. A local was was walking his full size poodle with no leash, no collar. It ran up to...More
It was nice to find a commercially-undeveloped section of Patriot Place. Hats off to the developer(s)!
Admission was free.
The best access was out behind the Bass Pro Shop. It was okay with Bass Pro Shop and Blue Fin Lounge folks to cut through and...More
This hike behind Bass pro is short but enjoyable. There is a lot to see for kids. We always find snakes, frogs, fish, and cool birds. It's a nice pause from the hustle and bustle from the rest of Patriot place.
It’s a special place to go with a young family.
Half mile trail surrounded by a cranberry Bog and water.
At the end of it there are beautiful seating areas with a fire pit.
There is also a restaurant/ bar with out door seating.
If you have often wondered how one of the the main New England crops is grown and harvested this is a good place to see it from start to finish. Bass Pro Shops has done a really nice job of making this a truly fine...More
I'm not sure what camp you are referring to but when we were in Foxboro, we went to the Cranberry Bog and to Patriot Place. We then went nearby to Plymouth to Plimouth Plantation which is wonderful and very family oriented.
If the stroller is heavy duty, I'm sure you could manage. It is not a concrete or boardwalk, but a regular walking trail. It is fairly smooth/even ground. I do not recall there being a lot of holes or anything, but it is... More
If the stroller is heavy duty, I'm sure you could manage. It is not a concrete or boardwalk, but a regular walking trail. It is fairly smooth/even ground. I do not recall there being a lot of holes or anything, but it is a woodsy, walking trail.