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Ice Skating in Massachusetts Posted on Nov 25

Ice Skating in Massachusetts

It’s time to sharpen your skates! For the second year in a row, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) opens the doors to its ice skating rinks on Wednesday, Nov. 26 – the day before Thanksgiving. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or skating for   …Continue Reading Ice Skating in Massachusetts

Explore Massachusetts Bike Trails and Paths Posted on Jul 15

Explore Massachusetts Bike Trails and Paths

  Summer is here, and for cyclists, it’s time to get ready to ride. Cyclists love Massachusetts because of the beautiful scenery and variety of terrain available across the state. If you’re new to Massachusetts or to cycling, you’re in luck. The Commonwealth has plenty   …Continue Reading Explore Massachusetts Bike Trails and Paths

Out Is In – 6 Tips for Celebrating Park & Recreation Month Posted on Jul 8

Out Is In – 6 Tips for Celebrating Park & Recreation Month

Three out of every 10 American adults don’t spend any time outside daily, and of those that do, most spend less than 30 minutes outdoors. Since 1985, the U.S. National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) has tried to lower that ratio by celebrating the month   …Continue Reading Out Is In – 6 Tips for Celebrating Park & Recreation Month

Outdoor Winter Activities in Massachusetts Posted on Dec 10

Outdoor Winter Activities in Massachusetts

Winter in Massachusetts provides fabulous snowscapes framed by bright blue skies and brilliant sunshine; although it may be cold outside, the fun is just heating up. When chilly weather arrives, it’s time to dust off snowboards, skies, and sleds; to ensconce oneself in scarves, mittens,   …Continue Reading Outdoor Winter Activities in Massachusetts