Boating in Boston - Places to go Sailing and Kayaking in Boston
Summer is the time to be outside in Boston, and boating is a fun way to enjoy a day outdoors with your family. Boating can including motor boating, Sailing, windsurfing, stand up paddleboarding and Kayaking. Find out places to rent and launch boats of all kinds.
The Boston Harbor Islands are a part of history - and a part of the great outdoors. So, if you are looking for an easy, exciting, half-day trip, the islands offer plenty of choices for individuals and families -...
A popular day park featuring water based activities including boating, swimming, windsurfing, and fishing on its three large lakes.
Enjoy a delightful harbor sail, a voyage full of history from the eighteenth century. For reservations and information number is (617) 262-1119.
One beautiful area of Boston is the 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River. To many people, this area is known as the Esplanade, especially near the Hatch Shell.
Henry David Thoreau lived for two years at Walden Pond in the mid-nineteenth century and wrote of his experiences in the well-known book Walden. Swimming, hiking, fishing, boating for car-top boats and canoes (w/life...
Spend a summer afternoon canoeing at Green Hill Park. Canoes, paddles and basic instruction provided. Swim skills required. Under 18 requires accompanying adult.
Rediscover the incredible public resources that are available all around Massachusetts, including facilities for canoeing, swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at Massachusetts Parks, and much more...
Emerald Necklace, The Charles River, and the Boston Harbor Islands - three of Boston's recreational gems! Discover these great parks and all they have to offer.
Codzilla is Boston's first and only high-speed thrill boat ride featuring two turbo-charged diesel engines generating 2,800 horsepower and speeds of approximately 40 miles an hour.
Community sailing & lessons for beginner and advanced sailors in a variety of boats, kids sail all summer for net to nothing. May-Oct. Charles River.
Rediscover the incredible public resources that are available all around Massachusetts. There are facilities for canoeing, swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at Massachusetts Parks, and much more...
Located on the Charles River, an internationally recognized attraction for rowing and a gem within the Massachusetts park system, CRI was the first public rowing club in Boston and remains one of the largest in the...
Whether it's your first time on a boat or you have years of experience under your belt, when it comes to sailing there's always more to learn. Courageous offers a wide range of courses, led by expert, US...
Take a cruise to the legendary Isles of Shoals or along Portsmouth Harbor. The Isles of Shoals Steamship Company offers sightseeing cruises, educational and interactive fieldtrips, and special events for passengers...
Jamaica Pond is a good place to learn rowing and sailing. You can also fish there, and it is a fun place to go all year round. No swimming though.
Piers Park is a beautifully landscaped park providing direct access to the waterfront along with spectacular views of downtown Boston across the inner harbor.
Sail on the schooner Fame of Salem, an authentic replica of the successful privateer from the War of 1812. FAME sails every day -- 2 hour trips.
The South Bridge Boat House provides canoe, kayak, motor boat rentals for use on the Concord River. Life vests and seat cushions are provided at no extra cost.
The Northeast's leader in outdoor adventure offers white water rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, and biking adventures in the Berkshires! Take a course or sign up for a guided outing - just get out there and enjoy the...
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