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NORTH WEYMOUTH – Webb Memorial State Park

Webb Memorial State Park

**STROLLER FRIENDLY HIKING TRAIL**

NORTH WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS

WEBB MEMORIAL STATE PARK

Webb Memorial State Park is a peninsula that extends half a mile into Hingham Bay. Visitors are treated to scenic views of Boston’s harbor and skyline, and groups can rent a pavilion for special events from May – October. Available activities include fishing, picnicking, and walking.

HOW TO GET THERE

Webb Memorial State Park

371 River St. North

Weymouth, MA 02191

There is a large parking area. This is a popular spot year-round, so there are usually quite a few people here, especially in the summer. The lot can fill up on a nice day, but we’ve never had a problem finding a spot.

TRAIL DESCRIPTION & MAP: This is a small park with a 1-mile loop trail paved with gravel. There might be a few muddy parts if it has rained recently, and there are couple of gentle slopes both uphill and downhill. Other than that, this trail is flat, easy to follow, and completely STROLLER FRIENDLY.

INFORMATION & TRAIL MAP: You can’t get lost here, so a trail map is not really necessary. Just follow the loop and you’ll end up back at the parking area. The view of Boston harbor and the skyline are stunning. At all times of the year, the salt air, sea grass, and spectacular views of the water are classic New England. There are several spots that would be perfect for a picnic in warmer months, including grassy areas near the entrance that have charcoal grills available for use. There’s also a pavilion that can be rented for group activities and public bathrooms that are usually pretty clean. A huge bonus when traveling with kids!

MORE INFORMATION: https://www.mass.gov/locations/webb-memorial-state-park

PINT SCORE:

Rated on a scale of 1 (difficult/not good) to 5 (easy/awesome!)

P – Parking & Access – 5 (There’s plenty!)

I – Interest Level – 5 (stunning views, sea glass seeking and rock-skipping at the small beach area, picnic areas)

N – Navigation – 5 (Trail is clearly marked, easy to follow, and really just a loop. You can’t get lost.)

T – Terrain – 5 (Aside from a few spots that get muddy when it rains and a few gentle uphill and downhill slopes, the trail is flat and completely stroller friendly!)

Stroller-friendly? ABSOLUTELY!

The P.I.N.T. Score represents our opinions on this trail.  It reflects our experience, perception, and physical health.  Therefore, the scores are not intended to be expert advice, nor will they be accurate for everyone: we cannot judge what may or may not be appropriate for each individual’s different abilities.  Consult a physician or medical expert before attempting any new physical activity. Hiking contains inherent hazards, so hike at your own risk.  You should always make your own decisions about what level of physical activity is appropriate for you and your family. Weather and other factors may affect trail conditions. Remember, trail conditions may change suddenly and drastically at any time.

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