Located mid-way between Boston and Providence, Wrentham's three lakes, substantial conservation land and open space, and small town New England charm create a comforting sense of peace and quiet. Motorized water craft are allowed on Lake Pearl for Wrentham residents, while fishing is available on all three lakes in town. Other recreational activities include swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding at Sweat Beach, the Big Apple, Joe’s Rock, the Wrentham dog park, the Wrentham Premium Outlets and so much more!
Wrentham Public Schools provide elementary education for Grades K-6. Once students enter the seventh grade, Wrentham is part of the King Phillip Regional School District which serves the towns of Wrentham, Norfolk and Plainville. The King Phillip Regional Middle School is in Norfolk, MA while the King Phillip Regional High School is located in Wrentham, just outside of the town center. Wrentham is also a member of the Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School located in Franklin, MA.
By maintaining the delicate balance between economic growth and conservation of her natural environment and scenic beauty, Wrentham has succeeded in providing residents and visitors alike with the very best of life in a small New England town.