Uxbridge is a town rich in tradition and has over 350 national and state historic sites. With a significant past steered by influential families, most notably the Taft Family, and a prodigious period as a mill and textile area, Uxbridge has a high concentration of character linked to its early, seminal days. The nearest MBTA Commuter Rail stops are Forge Park, and Worcester, less than a fifteen minute car ride. With Route 146 running across its midsection, access to Providence is easy and direct, while a northern connection to I-90 makes Boston an equally viable option.
Uxbridge is a town of great versatility, suited for long, pensive strolls, as well as competitive athletics and adventure. Clear heads prevail with so many exceptional walking and touring areas, such as the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park. The Linwood Historic District underscores the already evident richness of the town's history. The Blissful Meadows Golf Club is not only aptly named, but provides a scale of memberships for all levels of play. Its clubhouse features events, dining, sparkling views, and a cozy environment suited for all members. The town's community gardens program is the centerpiece of their aim for a communal sense of environmental awareness and education. With opportunities for learning and experience both in town and nearby cities, Uxbridge is the perfect marriage of history and innovation.
Uxbridge's villages include: North Uxbridge, Linwood, Wheelockville, and Ironstone (South Uxbridge).