Hopedale Parklands
GOOD FOR: All Ages

Source:Submitted by Guest
Address:162 Dutcher Street, Hopedale MA
Hours:Dawn to dusk
Fee: None
Bathrooms: In summer, at public beach area
Water/Snacks: N/A

Walking paths, picnicking.

Hopedale Parklands has wide walking paths within sight of Hopedale Pond, picnic tables, relatively small boulders that adventurous children can enjoy clambering on. Lots of walkers, some bikers, not isolated, well-marked paths. Clear sight lines allow parents to give children some free-range while still keeping children safely in sight.

Plan B:

There is a playground across the street from this entrance to the park.

Where to Eat Nearby:

Numerous fast-food restaurants along Rt. 140 in Milford, either direction from Rt. 16



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