Bicycling

Upper Charles Trail

The Upper Charles Trail is a converted 20-mile abandoned rail bed which runs through the towns of Milford, Hopkinton, Ashland, Sherborn, and Holliston, Massachusetts. The trial will be open to the public and include a recreational path for bicycling, walking, cross-country skiing, rollerblading, and other non-motorized uses. ...

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"Vietman" Trails

The New England Mountain Bike Association became the first mountain bike group in history to purchase and own property by buying 47 acres of land in the area commonly referred to as "Vietnam". This parcel of land has been designated by use for all traditional non-motorized vehicles. Access to ...

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Destruction Brook Woods

Destruction Brook Woods is Dartmouth Natural Resource Trust's largest Reserve and offers a variety of scenic trails for walking, hiking, biking and equestrian use. Dogs are also welcome at the park. Enjoy a wide variety of topography and wildflowers along the parks four blazed trial ...

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Turkey Swamp Park

This 2,204 acre wooded park in Monmouth County is a great place for the whole family! The 17 acre lake is perfect for fishing, boating and ice-skating in the winter. Other amenities include a play area, soccer field, trails for walking, running, hiking, biking and equestrian use. Turkey ...

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Riverfront Park

This great little park in the Town of Orange offers many activities including a public boat ramp, bike rentals, boat rentals and various water sports. For more information on rentals visit the Peak Paddlesports Boathouse website at: ...

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Roosevelt Park

Campbell's Roosevelt Park serves the neighborhood with it's beautiful trees, flowers, picnic areas, play grounds, activities and a variety of attractions and events. Everyone from walkers to volleyball players, to picnickers, and bike riders will enjoy this park. ...

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William Kain Park

Established in 1977, William H. Kain County Park consists of 1,637 acres and 2 lakes, Lake Williams (220 acres) and Lake Redman (290 acres). Amenities include: fishing, boating, pavilion rentals, picnicking, hunting, horseshoe pits, playground, volleyball, multi-use trails, a bird viewing deck and a radio controlled ...

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Columbia Park

This 400 acre park is located between Highway 240 and the Columbia River. It features horseshoe pits, a skate park, playgrounds, an aquatic playground, BBQs, picnic areas, concessions and parking. It also features a family fishing pond, train ride, boat launches, golf course and disc golf. The Kiwanis Building ...

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Mountain Lion Safety Tips

Mountain lions serve an important role in parks ecosystem because they prevent the over-population of deer and other small mammals. Generally, the big cats are calm, quiet and elusive. Sightings are rare, so if you spot one, consider yourself privileged! A mountain lion attack is an extremely unlikely event. To ...

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