Colman Reservation

The Colman Reservation is approximately 50% forested wetland and 50% upland forest. Some natural features of particular interest are a 200-year old hemlock tree and a glacial erratic boulder about 15 feet in diameter.

Location 186 Steere Street, north side
Size 77 acres
Acquisition Date October 30, 1992
Donor Adele B. Colman
Map Colman Reservation Map (PDF)
Public Access Walking trail begins at parking lot on Steere Street. Trail markers are blue.

Colman Pics

Giant Hemlock at Colman Reservation    Image credit: C Adler

Big Rock at Colman Reservation    Image credit: C Adler

Flowering dogwood at the Colman Reservation    Image credit: C Adler

Colman Posts

Eagle Candidate Closes the Loop at the Colman Reservation
For almost three decades, the trail at the Colman Reservation was an “out and back” trail.  Visitors entering the property ...
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Sensata Comes Through Again!
On October 28, a team of three employees from Sensata completed two important fence construction projects for the Attleboro Land ...
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Taking a Closer Look – Blog Post #3
I started down the path on the Colman Reservation wondering: what was I going to see today? This thought often ...
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A Spring Chorus
Listen to the sounds of wood frogs recorded at the Colman Reservation on March 9, 2020, by Ross Mulcare. https://secureservercdn.net/198.71.233.202/83w.03a.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Woodfrogs-at-Colman.mp4 ...
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