Sunday, June 19, 2011, Hopkinton State Park – Rain or Shine
Members in good standing as of May 20, will receive snail mail notice.
See below for how to join.
We’ll be setting up shortly after 8:00 AM, the coals will be hot by noon!
As locations within the park are first come first serve we cannot guarantee we will be at the location marked on the map (below), so look for the MassCann flag!
BYO non-alcoholic beverages, lawn chairs or blankets & grillables,
MassCann will supply munchies and the hot coals.
Auto parking is $5, so car polling is encouraged.
Hopkinton State Park offers swimming areas supervised by lifeguards, boating and hiking trails.
Hopkinton State Park is located at 268 Cedar Street (Rt. 85), Hopkinton, MA 01748
From Rte. I-495 (north or south) to exit 21A, Main Street Hopkinton. Travel on Main Street until the third traffic light located at the heart of downtown Hopkinton. Turn left, traveling North on Route 85. Proceed approximately 2 miles to the Hopkinton State Park entrance on the right (do not enter the Field Office on the left).
Things to know before you go…
Auto parking is $5, Parks Pass is $35 in-state/$45 out of state
Pets on leash are welcome.
- Ground fires and wood fires (cooking fires of charcoal or propane allowed in designated areas)
- Swimming at unsupervised beaches
- Gasoline powered watercraft on Hopkinton Reservoir
- Motorized vehicles on trails
- Floatation devices
Trail system is multi-use. Hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians, are welcome.
As was the case when racial segregation was the law, it is time for America’s legal system to correct itself. Unfortunately, reform voices are muted.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, referring to the Drug War
Don’t You Mute Yours!
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