Rumney Marsh Reservation
GOOD FOR: All Ages

Source:Submitted by Guest
Address:MA-107 between Saugus and Revere
Hours:Dawn until dusk
Fee: Free

Bathrooms: None
Water/Snacks: None

The marsh is an important habitat for birds and marine life

Just miles from downtown Boston in Saugus and Revere, the Rumney Marsh Reservation is a great place to explore salt marsh habitats and wildlife, including birds and marine life. The marsh is designated as an "Area of Critical Environmental Concern." The reservation offers recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, walking, and bird-watching. Trails wind through the park and allow visitors to take a walk and get close to the unique marsh habitats.  Streams run from the marsh to the Atlantic Ocean, just under a mile away.

Plan B:

Check out the Atlantic Ocean at nearby Revere Beach

Where to Eat Nearby:

Rt. 60 in Revere is nearby and has many child-friendly chain restaurants.


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