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Parkovi i priroda – Milton

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“You can find different hiking trails and a few of them go around lakes and ponds. There is also a bog walk where you can walk on logs through the bog and get to the lake.”
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Ski Area
“**WINTER FUN Local fun skiing right outside of Boston. Offers rentals, lessons, inexpensive lift tickets, and terrain park. Short drive and great alternative to going up north.”
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Lake
“Picnic areas with available grills, public beach with swimming area and lifeguard on duty, walking trails, public restrooms and snack-bar all available with no admission fee.”
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park
“Frederick Law Olmstead designed this beautiful small park. Playground, playing fields and lovely walking paths”
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park
“The Quincy Quarries Reservation has paved paths for novice/stroll type hiking and offers a unique rock climbing experience on the graffiti-covered rocks. ”
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park
“Running, Walking, biking trail. “2.4-mile-long (3.9 km) rail trail running along the Neponset River in the Dorchester section of Boston””
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staza
“Biking & walking trail. Beautiful during daylight hours. It's a bit secluded, so I'd avoid it after dark.”
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park
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“Houghton's Pond is a spring-fed kettle hole pond in Milton, Massachusetts, south of Boston. Like many ponds and lakes in the United States, it was formed by receding glaciers about 10,000 years ago.[1] By the standard definition of lakes being bodies of water larger than 20 acres (8.1 ha), the 24-acre (9.7 ha) pond is technically a lake.[2] The pond is located within the Blue Hills Reservation and managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. The Massachusett tribe once fished the pond and hunted in the woodlands that surround it. The local indian tribe called it Hoosic-Whisick, but around 1690, a British settler named Ralph Houghton bought 360 acres of forest and ”
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Museum
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park
“Closest place to go to get away from it all and hike the day away. Filled with trails for all skill levels. Stop at the headquarters to get a map, or start at any of the entry points, take a picture of the map and enjoy. ”
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park
“Playground, Sprinkler, Tennis Court, Basketball Court, Track and direct link to the Neponset River Greenway Trail.”
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