Back on April 29th, I had the day off and was looking for someplace close by to take a walk. I Googled and found Pond Meadow Park close by so I headed out to see the sites. What a wonderful place it is and such nice walking areas (here you can see the Meadow). I told myself I’d go back again but I have yet to make it back. Hopefully, I will in the near future.
An excerpt from their website:
“Welcome to Pond Meadow Park, a 320 acre conservation and passive recreation area spanning the Towns of Weymouth and Braintree, Massachusetts. The park offers a wide variety of habitats, including meadows, woodlands and marshes, Smelt Brook and its tributaries, and a 20 acre pond and dam that provide flood control to protect the Weymouth Landing area. The park also provides several miles of walking trails, including a two-mile paved bike path. Activities in the park include hiking, bird watching, cross-country skiing, biking, and snow-shoeing. Located between Summer Street in Weymouth and Liberty Street in Braintree, the park is open year round.”