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for a nice walk along the water. Bad weather in the forecast had us doing our walk at Jamaica Pond instead of going into the city to our usual walk at Castle Island.
Parking can be tough but the walk is worth it. And decades...More
Jamaica Pond is beautiful in every season. Our first time was in the Winter and we would walk Beezee the beagle around the pond at least once a day.
We were staying right across the street, so we could look out at the pond and...More
Every morning, early, or late afternoon, I breath in the wonderful air and the natural sites of Jamaica plain pond.
I have learnt it was made by a glacier many moons ago.
Early morning you encounter runners, dog walkers, groups of girlfriends, mothers with strollers...More
Come to exercise and make a loop around the pond. Watch people fish. Rent a sailboat at the boat house and drift around. Bring kids or your dog and explore a quieter part of Boston. Flowers are blooming right now. Walk over to Center St...More
I love Jamaica Pond! It is one of my favorite places in Boston. The pond is a wonderful place to walk. You can see ducklings, turtles, all kinds of wildlife. People are fishing, playing music., painting, you name it. This is a great place to...More
This a delightful way to spend the day. The scenery is lovely. You can go sailing or rowing in season from April through October. If you like to fish get a license and bring your fishing pole. The little ones will be able to run...More
This was my second visit to Jamaica Pond and it certainly didn't disappoint!
It's not the easiest place to get to, but upon arrival we set about trying to find somewhere to park. On one small stretch of the pond perimeter there is on-road parking...More
This Boston neighborhood feels like a distinct community unique and separate from the bustle of other areas. Beautiful Victorian homes, restaurants with an emphasis on being eco-friendly and providing local and organic food, and a large Hispanic community. Visit Centre and South streets for restaurants, cafes, and little shops. The Arnold Arboretum is a beautiful, large green space well worth a visit if you venture to