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Ashland, MA 01721
508-881-4092 (Summer), 508-435-4303
470 acres, including the 157-acre Ashland Reservoir, operated seasonally, providing opportunities for swimming, picnicking, boating, fishing, bicycling and hiking.
An 820-acre day use area with seven miles of marked trails and activities including fishing, hiking, horseback riding (horses not provided) and cross-country skiing.
Elm Bank Reservation
Numerous trails on 182 acres of woodlands, fields, and an old estate. Home to a variety of wildlife, including deer along the Charles River. Trails.com: Elm Bank Reservation.
21 Highland St.
A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a tax-exempt status, supporting community health, togetherness and spirit by providing recreational activities, facilities and events.
102 Prospect Hill, Harvard 01451
Home to a number of historic buildings which house New England history & art, Fruitlands Museum is located on more than 200 acres of meadows and wooded trails overlooking the Nashua River Valley in Harvard, Massachusetts.
Hopkinton State Park
164 Cedar Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748
508 435 4303
Year-round recreational facilities include two swimming beaches, stocked fishing, a group picnic site, 12 tree shaded picnic areas, 10 miles of marked trails, and a concrete boat launching ramp for non-motorized craft.
1 Nobscot Road
Numerous trails on 480 wooded acres, including campsites with lean-tos and cabins as well as other facilities for group rental. Three states can be viewed from Tippling Rock.
South Main Street (Rt. 27)
Sherborn, MA 01770
508 785 0339
Seven miles of wooded trails, scenic overlooks, and river access to the Rocky Narrows.
Grove Street, Franklin
The Southern New England Trunkline Trail (SNETT) now is a multi-use recreation trail that runs 22 miles from Franklin to the Douglas State Forest. Open to bicycles and other trail users including horse riders. Parking available off of Grove Street in Franklin.
18 Wolbach Road, Sudbury, MA 01776
Walk your dog, bird watch, cross country ski or stroll through the woods on our 3,000 acres of protected land across MetroWest.