Foxborough, Massachusetts, is a flourishing community with over 15,000 residents who refer to the town as the “gem of Norfolk County.” Conveniently located at the intersections of Interstate 95 and 495, Foxborough is 25 miles southwest from Boston, Massachusetts and 15 miles northeast from Providence, Rhode Island.
While Foxborough is proud of its famous landmark, Gillette Stadium, home to the NFL world champion New England Patriots and the New England Revolution of the MLS, the town also prides itself on its small town community feeling. The close knit neighborhoods provide a safe and secure town that also is home to some of the best schools in Massachusetts, making it a wonderful area to start and raise your family.
Take a swim at nearby Sunset Lake, hit some golf balls at the Foxborough Country Club, go for a relaxing walk or take a hike at F. Gilbert Hills State Forest, or enjoy some of the best shopping at the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets. Whatever your age, background, or preferred activity, Foxborough has it all.
The 700-acre Foxborough state Forest perpetuates the rural, country setting which is complimented by the town’s close knit neighborhoods. Civic and sports organizations also play a major role in promoting and maintaining the strong sense of community spirit felt by town residents.
Transportation and Access
Foxborough is situated in between Boston and Providence, both of which have excellent rail, air, and highway facilities. State Route 128 and Interstate 495 divide the region into inner and outer zones, which are connected by numerous “spokes” providing direct access to the airport, port, and intermodal facilities of Boston.
Commuter rail service to Back Bay Station and South Station, Boston, is available from neighboring Mansfield. Travel time to Back Bay Station: 25-38 min. with 775 MBTA parking spaces available.
16 Chestnut Street, Foxborough, MA 02033