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World's End, Hingham
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  • Its a better experience if you go off main trails go near water. Parking 6 bucks . Umm Bathrooms are portables. Try Borderlands state park in Canton .. 
  • This spit of land is a wonderful combination of open areas, boulevards, rustic woods and fantastic views of Hull and the Boston skyline. We especially liked the art installation, which literally mirro...  more »
  • Love this place. A piece of heaven in a busy town. Really comfortable. Well situated overlooking Boston skyline. Awesome. 
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  • For a small fee you can check out one of the most beautiful locations in the south shore. Nestled between Hingham and hull, the World's End provides beautiful and expansive views of Boston and the Atlantic as long as you don't mind a short walk up a large hill. But don't stop there! There are miles of trails left to explore. A great place to spend a sunny weekend.
  • This dog-friendly park is the perfect place to spend a sunny summer afternoon. There are various gorgeous sights to be had, including idyllic beaches, a lovely view of the Hingham Shipyard, and a unique and beautiful view of the Boston skyline. There are 4.5 miles of trails, perfect for walking, running, or biking, and they are varied between shaded by trees or under the open sky. There was a $6 price per person, and it was well worth the cost - although a Trustees of Reservations membership is a great idea if you're likely to go back, or visit any of their other many reservations.
  • World's End is a beautiful park that's not overcrowded and has serene views of both Boston and Nantasket beach. The main path has a certain movie like quality to it. You initially cross a bridge and then continue up hill for a short amount of time. At the peak of this hill is a very nice place to have a picnic. It does cost money to get in though; a small price of 6$ a person. I'm sure it keeps the park nice, clean, and not overcrowded.
  • This place has amazing views of the ocean and Boston skyline. Parking is limited and fills up on the weekends. There is an entrance fee for adults but the kids were free.
  • Great area to take in the New England views for some low difficulty hiking. Good place to bring dogs too.