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A lesser scale Worlds End with its own unique attributes and vistas. Well maintained with moderate usage so it’s pastoral tranquility is not compromised. Profuse crops of tree & shrub fruits & seeds ensures abundant bird life along with occasional peeks at water birds. It’s...More
I just returned from my daily walk and today I choose Webb Memorial State Park. The layout is a figure eight, it has flatlands, hills and great scenery. If you complete the figure eight you have gone one (1) mile. As far as scenery goes...More
This North Weymouth peninsula jets out into Boston Harbor with views of Hingham, Worlds End, Boston Harbor islands, Quincy and Boston. On a clear day you can see past Logan. Trails are will maintained. You can choose hills or flat surfaces and lots of short...More
I live in a condo overlooking Webb Park and go there a lot in the warm weather and make the trip around the park - about a mile and you can almost see the water. Great place to burn off some calories. Small point but...More
I visit Webb regularly. It's part of my daily run. The main path is maybe a 1/2 mile loop with beautiful views of the harbor and Boston skyline. There are benches and grilsl to use for a picinic. There is a small covered area too....More
It is possible to travel the paths in a wheelchair. Most of the paths are paved; some are hard-packed dirt. There are some designated handicapped parking spots. There are also some hills, but it a beautiful spot for a walk.