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1361 Middleboro Ave, Taunton, MA
This heavily wooded park, minutes from Interstate Route 495, offers abundant beauty and many opportunities for recreation.  In the fall the co... Read More
Bay View Avenue, Berkley, MA
An 11-foot-high "glacial erratic" boulder known as Dighton Rock once rested on the shore of the Taunton River adjacent to this park. Covered with p... Read More
259 Massapoag Avenue, North Easton, MA
Borderland is one of the most historically significant tracts of publicly owned land in the Commonwealth. Created in the early 1900s by artist and ... Read More
259 Massapoag Avenue, North Easton, MA
Borderland is one of the most historically significant tracts of publicly owned land in the Commonwealth. Created in the early 1900s by artist and ... Read More
Slab Bridge Rd, Assonet, MA
Just 5 minutes from Fall River and Taunton, and 15 minutes from New Bedford, Freetown State Forest is a vast tract of public land acquired over a t... Read More
293 Moose Hill Parkway, Sharon, MA
Moose Hill is Mass Audubon’s oldest and largest wildlife sanctuary, encompassing protected forests, fields, and wetlands. Diverse hiking trails and... Read More
45 Mill St, Foxboro, MA
Covering 1,027 acres in Foxboro and Wrentham, F. Gilbert Hills State Forest is a passive use pine and oak forest.  There are approximately 23 ... Read More
840 Hillside Street, Milton, MA
The Department of Conservation and Recreation invites you to spend the day and enjoy the calm, clear waters of Houghton’s Pond in the scenic ... Read More
725 Hillside Street, Milton, MA
The Blue Hills were so named by early European explorers who, while sailing along the coastline, noticed the bluish hue on the slopes when viewed f... Read More
Bulletin Board Beside the Trailside Museum, 1904 Canton Ave, Milton, MA
The highest point in the 7000 acre Blue Hills Reservation and the highest coastal elevation along the Atlantic seaboard south of Maine. This large ... Read More
Route 93, Quincy, MA
It was here in West Quincy that America's large scale granite quarrying industry was born in 1825 when, after an exhaustive search throughout New E... Read More
108 North Street, Norfolk, MA
Offering 140 acres in the town of Norfolk, the reservation was once home to a commercial sawmill operation. A large, open field welcomes visitors a... Read More
Enneking, Turtle Pond, and Dedham Parkways, Hyde Park, MA
Open year-round, dawn to dusk. Enneking, Dedham and Turtle Pond Parkways wind through extensive tree covered hills, valleys, rock-outcroppings and ... Read More
RR 1A, Pawtucket, RI
Slater Park is Pawtucket's largest public park and has a variety of amenities and activities suitable for children, families and people of all ages... Read More
The East Bay Bike path is a ribbon of asphalt that provides a safe place for unobstructed cycling. Users can enjoy the sights, sounds and smells as... Read More
457 Lincoln Street, Hingham, MA
Open year-round, dawn to dusk. A peninsula on the Hingham/Weymouth line at the mouth of the Back River, Stodder's Neck was once an unsightly gravel... Read More
Neponset District, Dorchester, MA
Open year-round, dawn to dusk. Formerly used as a landfill and a drive-in theatre, the site of Pope John Paul II Park was once a barrier between th... Read More
384 Common St., Dedham, MA
Called “ye wilderness” on old Dedham maps, Wilson Mountain Reservation is 207 acres of wild and varied terrain. The property was purcha... Read More
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