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Ashland State Park

162 West Union Street
508-435-4303

Ashland State Park has 470 acres including the 157 acre Ashland Reservoir. The park is operated seasonally and provides opportunities for swimming, picnicking, boating, fishing, bicycling and hiking. Ashland State Park is located west of Boston in eastern Massachusetts.



Reviews

Scott Pelletier

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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Wonderful place to take the whole family including the dog! We love to hike the 3.5 mile route around the water. There is a small boat launch (kayaks, paddle boards, canoes ect) on one end and a swimming beach on the other. Lots of tables and spots to grill near the beach side.

Samantha D

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Friday, June 15, 2018
Must visit! We go every weekend. My kids love the beach and the swimming section, I love putting on my wetsuit and going for a long (1-3 miles) open water swim session! Nice clean water.

VasanthaKumar Murugesan

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Monday, July 2, 2018
My family and I love this park. Good trails, beach and dogs are allowed to swim during non peak hours / season.

Debra Courtney

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Friday, July 6, 2018
the Park was clean, water was cool and good place to go to cool off dogs are not allowed in water but they can go on hiking trail, they have a restroom which is a big plus

Tony F

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Saturday, April 14, 2018
I love this park, don’t get me wrong my only down side is very inconsiderate people. There’s signs posted everywhere just like Hopkinton State Park. KEEP YOUR DOG ON A LEASH. It’s not your backyard and some people just don’t feel comfortable around dogs, especially when your not the owner of that dog. Have a little respect people. Plus there’s a lot of poop on the trails, with little to no concern for others. I’ve lived down the street for 14 years, so I might have some insight in the area. Hope this review can help.

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