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

Fall Colors
The cool, wet summer weather has led to a display of mushrooms in colors that are not normally part of ...
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A Team Effort to Open the O’Donnell Preserve – Final Blog Post
The O’Donnell Preserve has been an ongoing project for the Attleboro Land Trust since 2015. A few years ago, a ...
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O’Donnell Preserve to open on July 24
On Saturday, July 24, the public is invited to a new nature preserve to be opened by the Attleboro Land ...
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