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Kayaking and Canoeing in Lincoln, MA

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Nick Altschuller
The burgeoning sport of stand-up paddle boarding, or SUP, is still new and somewhat peculiar to Bostonians. Which is strange, given we deem the sight of benumbed sailors tacking into a winter wind commonplace, and each October we celebrate the Head of the Charles, welcoming crew teams from around... read more
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Concord River

Bedford, MA

The Concord River flows generally north with imperceptible current from the confluence of the Assabet and Sudbury R... trails.com

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Walden Pond

Lincoln, MA

2 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Walden Pond has come a long way since the first edition of this book. In the intervening ten years, a major reveget... trails.com

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Lincoln Woods

Lincoln, MA

Lincoln Woods has kayaking and bouldering, and probably cross country skiing in the winter. Rental kayaks and cl... trailpeak.com

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80 acres of land offers a variety of wildlife, flowers, & birds. Bring the kids to check out the frogs and salam... trailpeak.com

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Sudbury River

Sudbury, MA

There are many places to put in for the Sudbury River. I put in right on Route 20 on the east side of the bridge... trailpeak.com

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Great Brook Farm

Carlisle, MA

4 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

This area was originally a farm, and the buildings are still up and able to be toured. There are 20 miles of bea... trailpeak.com

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Sudbury River

Concord, MA

4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

This section of the Sudbury River from Heard Pond downstream to Sudbury Road offers wonderful paddling through broa... trails.com

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Horn Pond

Woburn, MA

4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Horn Pond is a great area to visit for nature, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, sunset watching, birdwatching, d... bostoncentral.com

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Walden Pond

Concord, MA

Hiking doesn’t get any more straightforward or literary than circling 102-foot-deepWalden Pond in the very steps of... trails.com

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Old Manse

Concord, MA

The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired nearby – and, less than a century later, Emerson, Ha... thetrustees.org

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Sudbury River

Wayland, MA

Sudbury River starts from Cedar Swamp Pond (Westborough) and ends at Egg Rock (Concord). Total length is about 32... paddling.net

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Spy Pond

Arlington, MA

Spy Pond is a kettle pond formed by receding glacier thousands years ago. The water is very clean, you can easily... paddling.net

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Rugged, unspoiled and off the tourist trail, Northern New England and Canada's Maritime Provinces reveal t... adventurefinder.com

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Great blue herons and great big planes. Paddling out of Winthrop is a unique experience. Jumbo jets rip the sky, tw... trails.com

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Martin's Pond

North Reading, MA

My wife and I recently went for a paddle with my niece and her brand new kid-size kayak. A few years ago we had ... trailpeak.com

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Whitehall State Park is a great place to go kayaking and canoeing. It's big enough to spend several hours and ha... trailpeak.com

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5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Kayaking the Charles River holds magic to lovers of the city. Boston has always looked best from the water, and on ... trails.com

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Charles River

Natick, MA

If you think of boating on the Charles as sailing or rowing through Cambridge, then try the upper Charles, one of t... trails.com

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