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“Revel in the sublime sunsets”
Review of Pegan Hill

Pegan Hill
Ranked #3 of 5 things to do in Dover
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Owner description: Once the ancestral home of local Native Americans and later a Colonial-era farmscape, this ridgeline is a thickly wooded habitat laced by remnant stone walls.
Reviewed July 6, 2016

Get to the wide-open field about 15 minutes before sunset to gaze as the sun sinks behind the rolling hills to the north-west. Clear views to Mt Wachusett and Mt Monadnock. Arrive early to claim your spot in one of the Adirondack chairs that someone graciously emplaced. Peaceful, serene.

Please be attentive to the recently seeded grass and take care not to damage it. This site is a treasure, so please treat it with the respect it deserves.

Thank Dale F
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Reviewed January 12, 2015 via mobile

A hidden gem in Dover. Amazing views of Boston that most folks don't know exist. Borders the Dover/South Natick line with sections in both towns. Amazing views of New Hampshire and closer surrounding towns. Limited parking. Lovely pristine woodlands...great trails...pick up a map before commencing. You will see people walking their dogs and even horseback riders. I have a friend who had some gorgeous wedding shots taken on Pegan Hill...beautiful with breathtaking Dover views. Try to make it here...the Trustees of Reservations are doing a wonderful job preserving the gorgeous Massachusetts natural resources.

1  Thank BeeMelissa
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Reviewed June 13, 2012

Spectacular views of surrounding landscape -- all the way to New Hampshire, if you get to the right spot. Woods with tall mature trees. Trails for walking or riding. Off the beaten path. Try it!

4  Thank EagleEyeBoston
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