• Conference room
  • Day use parks for groups

    Summer is a time for family reunions, company picnics, school trips and weddings. DCR parks offer many day-use areas that may be reserved for both large and small groups (large groups may be required to hire a law enforcement officer). Most areas are accessible to people of all abilities. Contact the parks directly to find out the extent of accessibility that is available, and for more information about reservations, facilities, and fees.
  • Large meeting venues

    If you're looking for a fantastic place to hold your next business or political function, meeting, tradeshow, convention, or educational program, contact the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA). In addition to outstanding convention facilities and business services, you will discover a world of fabulous things to see and do.
  • Small meeting venues

    When you're planning a meeting that matters, consider one of Massachusetts' many hotels, function facilities, and attractions that cater specifically to small meetings
  • Special use permits

    If you're holding an out-of-the-ordinary park activity such as a small wedding ceremony, concert, road race, sporting event, or group gathering that includes amusements, barbeques, and/or amplified sound at a Department of Conservation park, you need to apply for a Special Use Permit. Check these links to obtain instructions, complete your application online, and find out whether you’ll also need a Filming and Photography Permit application.
  • Wedding venues

    What could be more special than a Massachusetts wedding? We've got four fantastic seasons, each one offering you a delightful destination as the ideal backdrop for your picture perfect moments!