Chances are you’re already close to one of the more than 150 state parks in Massachusetts. Celebrate National Park and Recreation Month this July — 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 …Continue Reading Celebrate National Park and Recreation Month 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
State parks in Massachusetts are open to people of all abilities year-round, but the opportunities for outdoor activities really multiply as the weather gets warmer. You may already be aware of the many accessible trails, but did you know there are also accessible ways to …Continue Reading Accessible Fun at Massachusetts State Parks
Whether you’re biking to get in shape, get to work, or have some fun, the Commonwealth has something to offer you. The Department of Public Health (DPH), the Department of Transportation (MassDOT), the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), and the Department of …Continue Reading The Many Benefits of Cycling in Massachusetts
Winter is the time for sipping hot chocolate by the fireplace, holiday feasts, caroling around the neighborhood, and strolling around a winter market with family or friends. The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT) offer a variety …Continue Reading Fun Winter Activities in Massachusetts
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
The National Parks Service (NPS) was created in 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson and has since amassed 401 national parks covering more than 84 million acres of land; nearly 300 million people visit national parks each year. National parks are in every state except Delaware, …Continue Reading July is National Parks and Recreation Month
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