Blue Hills Reservation
Living in New England certainly has its perks, particularly for those who live for the outdoors, with the eastern area of New England containing plenty of hiking and backpacking trails for families to enjoy together. Here are just a few of the best family hikes in Eastern Massachusetts.
After being stuck indoors in the city for the winter, it is time for an outdoor getaway. Leave the crowded city streets behind and become one with nature on a fun-filled backpacking adventure.
A dog that spent more than seven weeks lost in the Blue Hills Reservation is back home with its owners.
Celebrate the arrival of warmer temperatures with a spring hike. The five locations will offer great hiking as well as scenic views.
The cold winter weather can keep your kids inside, but don’t let it keep them inactive. Help your kids have fun and burn some energy with these tips from Boston fitness professional Tom Bisbee.
From parks to ski terrain you’re sure to love, this city has never been so fun.
Dress up the whole family for everything from the Salem witch trials to a scientific celebration sure to please this Halloween season. These are Boston’s best alternatives to trick-or-treating.
Hikers, dog walkers, and pet owners who frequent the Blue Hills Reservation are being warned that there may be rattlesnakes in the area.
It’s only about an hour’s drive from Boston to Providence, but you and your dog can make it a leisurely day trip by hopping off the highways to enjoy the dog-friendly attractions along the way. In addition to parks and hiking trails off routes 93 and 95, you’ll find a bakery offering yummy organic dog treats and a bookstore where you can browse thousands of titles with your canine companion in tow. Once you arrive in Providence, restaurants with outdoor dining facilities will welcome your leashed, well-behaved dog for a fun, sun-soaked day out.
Investigators are offering a $5000 for help catching an arsonist who’s setting fires in one of the Boston area’s most popular hiking areas.