The Director of Astronomy at the Mariah Mitchell Observatory on Nantucket has a suggestion for Island visitors: “Look up at the night sky, wherever and whenever you can.”
The state’s Department of Public Health lists several ways you can protect yourself and your loved ones from EEE and West Nile Virus.
If pools aren’t for you and the ocean’s too far of a drive, there’s no need to worry. DCR manages more than 50 ponds and freshwater beaches for you to enjoy.
Is there anything better than the ocean breeze on a hot and humid day? Those who answered “no” will want to read on. Here is a list of all of the DCR-run saltwater beaches in Massachusetts.
Whether you’re trying to beat the heat or just looking for a place to hang out, Massachusetts has plenty of pools you can use for free.
Day use fees will be waived across New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest for National Get Outdoors Day.
Getting outdoors isn’t just about having fun. It can also have a real impact on your health and state of mind. There are a ton of things to do outside in Massachusetts.