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Recreation in Eastern MassachusettsA guide to participatory sports and recreation opportunities in Greater Boston and beyond
Good local bird-watching sites include wildlife sanctuaries area beaches, and marshes.
Three thousand people take their first climb each day. Learn where to take yours in MetroWest.
Yoga instructors are also offering sunrise and sunset classes by the water, in attempt to bring the practice beyond the studio.
The Hawaiian import of stand-up paddleboarding is changing the way Massachusetts surfs.
The region south of Boston is rich with woodlands trails and coastal paths for runners looking to take the scenic route.
Paddling a kayak is a relaxing way to explore Massachusetts' marine environments, both in salt marsh creeks or the open ocean.
Walking tours offer a slower pace to appreciate flora, fauna, architecture, animals, and even people that we often overlook.
The iconic mini amusement park on Route 53 has been transformed into a state-of-the-art indoor athletic complex and entertainment center.
The regions north and west of Boston offer a rich array of options for mountain bikers of all abilities.
Garden clubs aren't just for old ladies in white gloves. Clubs in several MetroWest communities are attracting new and younger members with a variety of interesting activities.