Adams Farm is located at 999 North Street in Walpole, not far from Route 109. The main entrance features a visitor kiosk with useful information such as trail maps, event information, and wildlife education. Ample parking is available for automobiles.
Please note: No motorized vehicles of any kind are permitted on interior Farm trails.
Please help us keep the Farm in its natural state for all visitors. There are limited trash facilities and we need your help to leave the Farm as you found it.
Motorized Vehicle Users
Please be advised that Adams Farm is under Walpole law enforcement jurisdiction. Unauthorized motor vehicle users are subject to up to a $250 fine.
Lyme Disease Caution
Like many New England forest areas, Adams Farm is home to a significant white-tailed deer population. These beautiful animals carry and sustain the presence of the tiny, disease-transmitting Deer Tick. Most abundant in Spring, Summer and Fall, the deer tick lives low in bushes and grasses and may be as small as the head of a pin.
We recommend you inspect your dog(s) after every visit for hitchhiking pests.
Click the link below for information on tick bite and disease prevention from the Centers for Disease Control.