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transcript Find yourself in a DCR Park

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Find yourself in a DCR Park

The screen shows an image of the state of Massachusetts. Three circles appear on screen over the image of Massachusetts. One circle contains an image of a person using a walking stick hiking up a mountain. One circle contains an image of a campfire next to trees and a tent. One circle contains an image of a person swimming.

From hiking in the Berkshires

The circle that contains an image of a person using a walking stick hiking up a mountain from the previous screen fills the screen. The image disappears off screen and is replaced by video footage of pine trees on a mountain, then video footage of Mount Greylock and the Massachusetts Veterans War Memorial Tower, and finally video footage of a path through a grassy meadow with a mountain in the background.

From hiking in the Berkshires

The screen shows an image of the state of Massachusetts with three circles on screen over the image of Massachusetts. One circle contains an image of a person using a walking stick hiking up a mountain. One circle contains an image of a campfire next to trees and a tent. One circle contains an image of a person swimming.

To relaxing at a Cape Cod beach

The circle that contains an image of a person swimming from the previous screen fills the screen. The image disappears off screen and is replaced by video footage of waves crashing on a beach, then different video footage of waves crashing on a beach, and finally video footage of a boat speeding through water. 

There’s something for everyone at a DCR park

Seasonal events help you stay active and outside all year  

The screen shows images of a sun and a snowflake. The image of the sun rotates and transforms into an image of a kayak with a paddle inside a yellow circle. The image of the snowflake rotates and transforms into an image of a cross country skier inside a blue circle.

And the Universal Access Program provides opportunities for people of all abilities

The screen shows an image of the Universal Access program logo, which is a green line drawing of a winding body of water leading to a mountain with the text “Universal Access Program” next to it.

Most parks are open dawn to dusk

The screen shows an image of three mountain peaks and a body of water with the sun and clouds above.  The sun moves from one side of the mountain peaks to the opposite side and drops off screen. The color of the mountain peaks darkens to indicate dusk.

But check the hours before visiting a specific park

The screen shows an image of the state of Massachusetts. The image rotates and the camera zooms in on a specific spot on the map to indicate a location in Massachusetts. A text box appears with the text:

Ashland State Park Hours

10AM-6PM Memorial Day through Labor Day

Dawn to dusk the rest of the year

Come out and play in Massachusetts!

Find yourself in a DCR Park

A “Find an activity” button appears on screen and links to https://www.mass.gov/guides/guide-to-recreation-in-state-parks?utm_source=visit-parks-service-page&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=q1-19-pilot&utm_content=video-version-1

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