Featuring a wooded upland, salt marsh, rocky shoreline and geologic features such as Cape Ann granite and glacial erratics, Gloucester’s Goose Cove Reservation is perfect for nature lovers, artists, and families.
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Located close to the Rockport-Gloucester line in Rockport, Halibut Point State Park is one of Massachusetts’ most beautiful, scenic recreational areas.
Marblehead’s Hawthorn Pond Conservation Area is a 9.8-acre plot of land that contains a pond, marshes, and a stream interspersed with a network of four interconnecting hiking trails.
Gloucester’s 25-acre Magnolia Woods are home to seven soccer fields and a softball field, making it a perfect location for an impromptu game of Wiffle ball, soccer, or any sport requiring open space.
Adjacent to Manchester-by-the-Sea’s harbor, Masconomo Park features a community bandstand, little league baseball field, children’s playground and a large number of seating areas, both in the park proper and overlooking the harbor.
Marblehead’s Memorial Park is a small .32-acre parcel of land honoring the Marblehead residents who died at war.
Located across the street from Rockport’s Front Beach, Mill Brook Meadow Park is a lovely little area that is perfect for picnicking, relaxing, and feeding the occasional duck.
Located in the Ryal Side neighborhood of Beverly, Massachusetts, Obear Park is a lovely waterfront destination offering scenic views, plenty of outdoor fun, and...
Experience the serenity and beauty of nature at Gloucester’s Ravenswood Park. With walking and hiking trails throughout its 600 acres, Ravenswood is one of Massachusetts’ top spots for hikers, explorers, nature lovers, and artists.