Rescheduuled from 3/18. Please join us for an easy 6.5 mile hike around the Barre Falls Dam in Hubbardston, MA. Part of the 22,000-acre scenic Ware River Watershed, this 557 acre area of Federal public land features wetlands, forests, open fields, and river areas.
Our route will be a relatively flat 6.5 mile loop.
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For the Spring Jamobree we are heading to Townsend Vt. This is a great Vermont State Campground near West River and Green Mountains National Forest. West River is the site for some whitewater kayaking and the West River Dam. The cost is a very reasonable $35 per camper for the complete weekend.
Come join us for an easy 20-25 mile bike ride on the Cape Cod Rail Trail. Bike rentals for $22 a day are available at the trail head in Dennis. No reservations required.We plan on starting down the bike trail at 11 AM. Come at 10:30 to rent bikes and gather.
Continuing on an idea from last year and celebrating Pride week, please join us during a weekday at Borderland State Park (North Easton, Massachusetts) for an easy hike.
We'll plan to meet on Thursday, June 8th at 10 a.m. in the courtyard between the parking lot and Visitor Center, 259 Massapoag Avenue, North Easton. Parking is $5 for Massachusetts vehicles, $6 for others or free with a MassParks Pass from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We will step off at 10 a.m. sharp so don’t be late or we’ll be gone! We’ll do a loop hike of just over four miles, ending up at the Ames Mansion where there’s an open field in which we can hang out, if so desired. Lunch at Town Spa, pizza, or Coriander, an Indian restaurant buffet, is a possibility after the hike.
Please register by June 6th, including your electronic mail address and telephone number, in case I need to let you know more details or if, on the morning of the 8th, plans change, potentially, due to the weather.
Join us for a long weekend of camping at Lamoine State Park in Lamoine, Maine. The campground is secluded wonderful place across Frenchman Bay from Acadia National Park. We have reserved a large group area with plenty of room for everyone. The campground has great facilities. The Acadia affords great opportunities for hiking, biking the National Park bike trails, and kayaking both Frenchman Bay and local lakes. Rentals are available for biking and kayaking.
This July the club is going to Campton, NH for the Summer Jamboree. Located in Waterville Valley and the Southern Whites the campground is about 2 hours from Boston. This will be a great weekend for kayaking the Pemigewassett River and hiking the many peaks of the southern Whites. Details will be posted soon and registration will open after Memorial Day so check back!
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