Capron Park is a staple in the city of Attleboro. Visitors enter through a beautifully landscaped archway and into the well-kept environment . The park is set on 33 acres of land that was donated by the Capron family in 1937. The zoo occupies eight of those acres. Other areas of note include a children's playground for different age groups, a bandstand, several historic statues and the Newell Shelter for banquets and summer outings. One popular area is the Hagopian Memorial Walk, a stone walk with a rows of garden arches dedicated to Attleboro philanthropists, Rose Hagopian and her late husband Jack.
- Fax: 508-226-4875
- Hours: Daily, Dawn to dusk
- Handicap Accessible: Handicapped parking, ramps
- Founding Date: 1901
- Parking: Free lot
- Are there any interesting facts about this location?: Annual summer concert series, a long-time tradition where live bands take to the bandstand to play in front of large crowds.
- Features: Benches, Concert stage, Picnic pavilions, Picnic tables, Playgrounds, Public art
- Restrictions: No alcohol, No fires
- Wi-Fi: None
- Area: 8 acres