Join the Wellesley Trails Committee in celebrating Wellesley’s Wonderful Weekend. Take a picturesque walk on Saturday, May 21 from 9-10am through rolling meadows to the top of Maugus Hill, one of the highest points in Wellesley. Explore the conservation land purchased by the town for Wellesley’s 1981 Centennial Celebration, view the Great Blue Hills in Canton, and take our trail through MassBay Community College open space.
Meet at Centennial Reservation parking lot off of Oakland St. Entrance to the parking lot is on the right, 0.5 miles south from Rt. 9. Dogs on leash or under voice command are welcome!
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June 4, Saturday (9-10 a.m.) – Fuller Brook Park walk
Walk through an historic part of Wellesley on National Trails Day. Enjoy the park established in 1899 and designed by John Charles Olmsted (nephew of Frederick Law Olmsted and a noted landscape designer in his own right) and others. A large portion of the park is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The park runs roughly parallel to Washington Street along Fuller Brook and the Caroline Brook. The park is being extensively restored with most sections completed. Meet at 9 a.m. by the parking lot at Washington and Cameron Streets.