George Washington’s Birthday is observed on the third Monday in February every year. According to the National Archives, Congress declared it a legal holiday in 1879 after years of unofficial celebrations to honor our first commander in chief. For many Americans, the holiday has become …Continue Reading 3 Fun Things to Do in Massachusetts over Presidents Day Weekend
Winter is here, but your outdoor adventures don’t have to end. Out in Massachusetts state parks, Wildlife Management Areas, and forests, there’s a winter wonderland just waiting to be explored. Whether you’re into hunting, fishing, or camping, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and the Department …Continue Reading Ice Fishing, Hunting, and Camping This Winter
Chances are you’re already close to one of the more than 150 state parks in Massachusetts. This summer, get outdoors and host a picnic with friends, hike on a trail, or spend the day bird watching. Learn where the Commonwealth’s many parks and recreation sites are located, how much the …Continue Reading Enjoy the Outdoors at DCR Parks in Massachusetts
The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) manages campgrounds in each region of Massachusetts, making your next outdoor adventure closer than you may think. Find a MassParks campsite in your area by spending a few days hiking, fishing, or simply relaxing with friends and family. …Continue Reading Celebrate the Great Outdoors: Camping in Massachusetts
Protect Yourself from Mosquito and Tick Bites This is a guest blog post from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health The warm temperatures are finally here in Massachusetts, and of course our thoughts turn to spending more time outdoors with friends and family. As we head …Continue Reading Safe Practices for Mosquito and Tick Bites
As school lets out for the summer, parents eagerly hunt for day care, camp, and job options to keep young kids and teens occupied. Luckily, many positive activities exist throughout Massachusetts to provide enriching summer experiences for youth. If you’re seeking summer entertainment for a …Continue Reading School’s Out for Summer: A Resource for Parents
Summer is the best time to explore the great outdoors, and nothing puts you closer to nature than camping. It’s a fun chance to leave behind the comforts of home and try your hand at roughing it in the wilderness for a few days. Camping …Continue Reading Camping Tips for a Safe, Fun Adventure in Massachusetts
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