Looking to take a walk or an easy hike with the family? Check out these local spots!
Ames Norwell State Park
Linwood Street, Abington
Blue Hills Reservation
1904 Canton Ave, Milton
2010 William J Day Blvd, Boston
Nature Trail & Cranberry Bog
Patriot Place, Foxboro
After you finishing exploring the trail, head into the Bass Pro Shops to see all of their fun displays, including the huge fish tank!
10 Dover Street, Norwell MA
129 acres of conservation land with 2.3 miles of trails through the woods. Wooden walkways take you over small pond areas, and benches offer a spot to rest or take in the scenery. Great for families with kids (and dogs!).
No pubic bathrooms are available.
North River Wildlife Sanctuary
2000 Main Street, Marshfield
Explore more than 2 miles of trails, including a universally accessible loop trail, at North River Wildlife Sanctuary in Marshfield. There is a boardwalk that takes you down to the edge of the North River and another that goes through the woods to the Hannah Eames Brook
Trails are open daily from dawn to dusk. Hours for the Nature Center vary by season.
Pond Meadow Park
470 Liberty Street, Braintree
Pond Meadow Park is a 320 acres multi use park located between the towns of Braintree and Weymouth in Massachusetts. Trails are paved and great for walking, running or biking.
The park is open 9am-7pm daily.
371 River Street, North Weymouth
Webb Memorial State Park is a public recreation area located on a peninsula that extends nearly half a mile into the Hingham Bay area of Boston Harbor in Massachusetts. It is composed of three connected drumlins and a low marsh area. Paths are flat and easy to navigate with a stroller.
Public restrooms are available.
The park is open daily from 6:30am-6:30pm.
Webb Park is on of our favorite spots - check out one of our visits here!
165 Martin's Lane, Hingham
The park is open from sunrise to sunset. Port-a-potty bathrooms are available on-site. There is a $6 entrance fee.