Community Recreation Spots In Massachusetts
Other Ideas: Maudslay State Park; Arnold Arboretum; Appleton Farms; Fruitlands Museum Walking Trails; Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area
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The Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) was created to help streamline access to information about our state parks system. You can start to explore DCR's Parks, and the multitude of community recreational activities that are available here.
You will find facilities for canoeing, swimming, camping, hiking, walking and bike riding at Massachusetts Parks — and they also offer fishing, horseback riding, sailing, wind surfing, rock climbing, skiing, golfing, and other recreational activities.
In addition, there are opportunities for picnics, outdoor performances, areas to rent for company or family gatherings, historic sites, skating rinks, playgrounds, athletic fields, interpretive programs and much more.
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