Regional North America United States Massachusetts Regions Greater Boston Travel and Tourism Parks
Parks are areas open to the public, provided for passive or active recreational enjoyment. Access to the park may be free, or may require paying a fee.
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640-acre hardwood forest in Saugus and Wakefield with hiking, birdwatching, and freshwater swimming. Includes descriptions of services and facilities, along with a map.
Charles River Reservation
Seventeen mile long recreational area in Boston, Cambridge, Newton, and Waltham, including the Charles River Basin and Esplanade. Describes facilities, services, and events. Includes a map and photographs of the river.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy
Public-private partnership formed to preserve the Emerald Necklace parkland in Boston and Brookline. Provides information on projects, a descriptive tour, and biographical notes on designer Frederick Law Olmsted.
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