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World's End, Hingham

#15 of 71 in Wildlife Areas in Massachusetts
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  • I have been going here for years with my entire family and enjoy it every time. There are shorter paths if you want to go for a short walk and longer paths if you want to go for a long run. There are ...  more »
  • There are short or long trails with views of Boston across the ocean. Almost like a mini-Arcadia. Be sure to venture the trails going off the beaten path. Worth every cent of entrance fee. Convenient ...  more »
  • The South Shore is full of amazing and varied places, but all in a small area and so some things are hard to find. This is a unique spot, not beach, not forest, not farm. Look on a map and you will un...  more »
  • I was planning to take some sunrise pics. But it was bit too late and I was fortunate enough to spot some white tailed deer roaming around. It's well maintained like a park.
  • Beautiful property. Limited parking so get here early if it's a nice day. Not much to do other than walk around, but there is enough ground to cover to keep you busy for a few hours. The trails are not paved and not drained well, so be sure to wear proper footwear!
  • incredible landscape lives up to its name vast openness of nature and trees photos explain all
  • Nice walking paths and an interesting art installation. Nice views of downtown. $6 per adult.
  • Nice park with nice water views and distant view of Boston skyline. Nice escape to a natural setting with interesting piece of artwork in the park. Downside is park closes right before sunset and cost of $6/person slightly more than most parks bit still not terrible.