Condor Street Urban Wild
GOOD FOR: Ages 0-4, Ages 5-8
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Source:Submitted by Guest
Address:200 Condor Street, East Boston, MA
Hours:Dawn until dusk
Fee: Free
Contact:
Bathrooms: None
Water/Snacks: None

A great place to take a walk or learn about coastal habitats in Boston.

The Condor Street Urban Wild sits in East Boston and borders the Chelsea Creek. The urban wild is located on the sight of a former marine industrial site and contains many elements of a coastal habitat, such as salt marshes and meadow grasses. A cement walkway winds through the park and up a small hill that provides scenic views of the Chelsea Creek and downtown Boston. The path also contains benches, sculptures, and a boardwalk on the river. It is a great place to take a walk or learn about coastal habitats in Boston. There is plenty of street parking on Condor Street.

Plan B:

Head to East Boston Memorial Park to watch the planes take off and land at Logan Airport.

Where to Eat Nearby:

There are many local eateries in Maverick Square, a walk or drive away.



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