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Ames Nowell State Park
Linwood St., Abington, MA 02351 Directions
Ames Nowell is open year-round for daytime recreation. Cleveland Pond is popular with boaters and fisherman. If you're looking to stay dry, there are several miles of trails along the pond edge and surrounding woods.
30 Rockwell Road, Lanesborough, MA 01237 Directions
Appalachian Trail runs 2175 miles, stretching from Georgia to Maine. The trail provides a continuous green pathway through a chain of mountains and hills. Of the vast trail way, 90 miles is home to Massachusetts. Traveling over Mount Everett in the south, all the way up and through Mount Greylock in the north. The Appalachian Trail provides offers hiking for both the long-distance or day hiker.
Bash Bish Falls State Park
4G85+29, Mt. Washington, MA 01258 Directions
Bash Bish Falls is the highest waterfall in Massachusetts and a popular scenic destination. The dramatic final pitch of Bash Bish Brook drops about 80 feet into an emerald plunge pool. Enjoy a hike to experience the wonder and beauty of this deep, verdant gorge. Nearby, Taconic State Park in New York state offers more visitor amenities, picnicking, and camping.
Beartown State Forest
69 Blue Hill Road, Monterey, MA 01245 Directions
This 12,000 acre forest is the perfect place to visit no matter the season. Swim, boat, or fish in Benedict Pond. In the winter, you can cross-country ski and snowmobile.
Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park
287 Oak St. , Uxbridge, MA 01569 Directions
The Blackstone River features 1000 acres of natural park, filled with trails and historical sites. The park also has biking, horseback riding, canoe access, fishing, hunting, picnic areas and more.
Blue Hills Reservation
725 Hillside ., Milton, MA 02186 Directions
Located only minutes from the bustle of downtown Boston, the DCR Blue Hills Reservation stretches over 7,000 acres from Quincy to Dedham, Milton to Randolph, providing a green oasis in an urban environment. Rising above the horizon, Great Blue Hill reaches a height of 635 feet, the highest of the 22 hills in the Blue Hills chain. From the rocky summit visitors can see over the entire metropolitan area. With its scenic views, varied terrain and 125 miles of trails, the Blue Hills Reservation offers year-round enjoyment for the outdoor enthusiast.
Borderland State Park
259 Massapoag Ave., North Easton, MA 02356 Directions
Borderland State Park features a historic mansion open for tours. This park also features trails for hiking, biking, or horseback riding, fishing and boating in the pond, and facilities for tennis and disc golf.
Sunday - Saturday:
8:00 am-8:00 pm
Bradley Palmer State Park
40 Asbury St, Topsfield, MA 01983 Directions
This former estate features 721-acres of pine needled paths and sunny rolling meadows for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.