Welcome to Lynn Woods !
Lynn Woods Reservation is the second largest municipal park in the greater Boston area. This 2,200 acre forest reserve consists of ponds, wetlands, streams, deciduous/evergreen forest and rocky ledge. The ponds provide the drinking water for the residents of Lynn and surrounding communities. Wildlife abounds in the forest. Well over 100 species of birds inhabit or seasonally frequent the woods. A large rodent population supports such predators as hawks, owls and red tail fox. More than an aquifer, more than a wildlife preserve, more than a wilderness experience, Lynn Woods is a rare and unique adventure.
Lynn Woods awaits your exploration and enjoyment. You will come to love and appreciate the woods as did the early settlers and citizens who wisely preserved it for all generations.
For more information on events in Lynn Woods, contact the Ranger at 781-477-7123.
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Things to do and see in Lynn Woods!
The most popular paths ascend Mount Gilead and four other hills south of Walden Pond. Stone Tower is a 48 ft. tall field stone tower on the top of Burrell Hill. Climb the stone tower for a view of Boston and the towers at the Fells to the west. Read more ...
Explore Dungeon Rock, a 135-foot-deep cave once believed to hold a treasure and its unfortunate pirate. Bring friends and flashlights in case the parks department unlocks the entrance. Read more ...
Dungeon Rock hours:
9:00-2:30 Tuesday - Saturday, subject to change
Contact email@example.com in advance for weekly schedule.
In the 1920's Lynn Park Superintendent John P. Morrissey created the Lynn Woods Rose Garden, one of the loveliest public gardens in the City of Lynn's history. Read more ...