Walpole is a small town located about 18 miles west of Boston. It has a charming colonial neighborhood feel. First settled in 1659, it was originally considered to be part of Dedham until officially incorporated into the Commonwealth in 1724.
The own offers many parks, athletic fields and walking paths. The Francis William Bird Park is located in Walpole, which offers many tree groves, ponds, old granite bridges, grassy meadows and biking paths to its residents. This park is particularly active during the spring and summer months and offers many fun activities for small children
Walpole is located on the Franklin / Forgepark commuter rail line and offers two MBTA stops for those who commute into Boston.