This popular park & arboretum is located 390 feet above sea level, which is the highest point in Bristol County! Enjoy the park and zoo's panoramic view of parts of North Attleborough and some neighboring towns.
One of the most memorable areas in the park is "Julia's Garden," installed by the Cekala family in honor of their daughter Julia. It has trails, beautiful landscaping, a unicorn statue and benches among other amenities. The World War 1 Memorial Park and Zoo also boasts other attractions including multiple playgrounds best known for "the big slide," a favorite amongst children; a fire tower; a beach area, equipped with a boardwalk and sandcastle toys and picnic areas.
The zoo features a wide variety of animals including horses, donkeys, llamas, pot bellied pigs, goats and deer. Children are encouraged to feed the animals either apples or carrots. Peacocks roam the grounds, freely.
The park is free to the public and is open yearly from dawn to dusk. It is maintained by the North Attleborough Park and Recreation Department.