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Wompatuck State Park is one of the South Shores' hidden attractions. We are so lucky to live close enough to visit it a few times a week. if you enjoy the outdoors this park has so much to enrich your experience: biking, hiking, snowshoeing, x-country...More
With just about everything from camping sites to bike riding, this is a big park with lots of space. Paved bike trails, lots of woods to explore and fields to gather in. Great place to go with their family without breaking the budget
I grew up in Quincy, just a few miles away from Wompatuk. I’m remembering what it used to be like, and what it’s like today. I felt there were campsites that must have been cut in half compared to the 1970’s. Too many dog walkers...More
Easy to get lost here so ensure you have time to get unlost. Good mountain biking trails. Can be very humid and mosquitoes/y so wear big spray. Sometimes feels a bit too remote and scary, bring your cell phones. You can stay on paved roads...More
We planned to spend 4 days exploring Boston and the surrounding area. This is probably the best option for an RV park near the area. The campground site had been recently renovated for electricity and there was a large big box next to the campfire...More
Only a few miles from Boston Metro this is a great jumping off point for exploring the Boston/Plymouth/Salem/Gloucester area! The wonderful biking in the park is an added bonus. There are mountain biking trails have something for all skill levels. Access to the area by...More
Miles of paved trails for walking, running or biking A pond for very fun fishing, and dirt trails for off-road mountain biking. There a natural spring for filling your water bottle, and the park even has a camp ground. Never know what you will see...More
Great hiking trails all laid out clearly, some paved, some not. Camping sites are available. You can get fresh water from the Blue Hills Springs, lots of people go there just for that, bring your own containers.
I visit Wompatuck almost every day to walk my dog. The trails are gorgeous in every season. Paved paths also make it perfect for a run (and since you are in the woods, you can stay out of the sun for the most part). In...More