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It's a beautiful park. During the summer you pay to get into the park but in the spring/fall you can drive in for free. Beautiful for hours of walking, nice lake for great kayaking and swimming and BBQs. Icecreamtruck comes by frequently. Clean. Perfect for...More
I walk in this park with my friends and neighbors when they don’t charge a fee. The park starts charging to get in from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Pretty park, a cute beach and you can canoe or rent a canoe from the boat...More
Every summer, we make it a point to visit Hopkinton State Park for some swimming at the lower lake. It's a kid-friendly freshwater lake with beach and a large, roped-off swimming section at about 7 feet in depth. Lifeguards (3 stations) are on-duty from 11am...More
I'm fortunate to live near Hopkinton State Park. It's one of my favorite getaways to exhale stress and inhale nature. :) While there are pretty trails and picnic areas, I go for the kayaking. The lake is lovely, and there are a couple of small...More
My husband and I spent the morning at this beautiful park. We rented a tandem kayak and spent two awesome hours on the lake. The staff were very courteous and helpful and the renting process was very easy. This park is a hidden gem and...More
This is a great place to spend the day with the family. We went hiking and also had a great time riding kayaks. We saw nice spots for fishing, swimming and grilling, but ran out of time. We'll definitely be back!
In the summer months, boat rentals are so much fun. The prices are reasonable for two people to split and it can be relaxing, a good work out, or a combination. Lots of good walking trails. Big sledding hill for the winter.