On a recent visit to the south shore of Boston, I had intended to visit the Wompatuck State Park for a hike, but friends from the area guided me here instead and I'm so glad they did! This area is on the coast and part of the Trustees of Reservations, a Massachusetts organization dedicated to preservation of land areas.
I started out on my walk after being advised on a route and given a map by the attendant on duty. The trails are well maintained and very safe inasmuch there is only one way in or out though the front gate. The views from certain areas give a beautiful skyline of downtown Boston (now I know why so many friends take the commuter boat) and the sailboats all along the shore are so pretty. It's not a terribly long walk if you're used to going over 4-5 miles,but it sure is nice. Not too many hills or difficult terrain, but a nice way to spend a couple of hours!
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