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Rolling hills and rocky shorelines offer sweeping views of the Boston skyline, while tree-lined carriage paths designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted make delightful walking trails.
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First off the park is a really nice park. Always was. Nature, wild animals, nice views of the water and city. And friendly hikers. Things have changed a bit around here though. New parking is great if not better. But the signage isn’t good. Not...More
I visited in Winter right after a rain storm. The person at the booth said some area might be impassable due to flooding but I had no trouble. It is 6 dollars entry unless you are a member. The parking is to the right as...More
There could not have been a better end point for this journey in eastern Massachusetts. World's End is a public trust park (like Doane's Falls outside of Royalston, MA) including four elegant hills and over 4 miles of of wonderful walking trails all with cinematic...More
This is one of our favorite places to go, well worth buying a membership with the Trustees. You can see the Olmsted hand in the design, with sweeping curves and strategically planted trees. Take a walk in the woods or along a pebbled beach; enjoy...More
I love to walk, jog, hike, snow shoe, x-country ski, alone or with friends and family. I often find a quiet place to sit and enjoy solitude and the natural beauty of an undeveloped but well maintained Reservation.
A mere 20 miles south of busy Boston, jutting into Hingham Bay, you will find a peninsula--two small joined islands, really--that make up World's End. Although the Guilded Age plan was to develop this site as a subdivision designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead,...More
Had a lovely early summer day to myself, and decided to visit this Trustees of the Reservations property. I arrived early morning and was walking on trails with no one else in view. There are open field's and tree lined paths. The water views are...More
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There are staff at the entrance. Unless you are a member, you will be charged an entry fee. If the lots are close to being full, they will direct you on where to park. You may have to wait for parking if the lots are at... More
There are staff at the entrance. Unless you are a member, you will be charged an entry fee. If the lots are close to being full, they will direct you on where to park. You may have to wait for parking if the lots are at capacity. They might even have police on duty to stop cars. Its very popular.