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Parks und Natur in Hull

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Beach
“Nantasket Beach is sandy, clean, parking $15.00. Walk to restaurants, beautiful views. If you are a adventurer there is a rock at the end of the beach that children can explore along the walk over at low tide. ”
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National Park
“The Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area is a National Recreation Area situated among the islands of Boston Harbor of Boston, Massachusetts.”
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Wanderweg
“Beautiful hikes through woods and coastal inlets. Short hikes for all the family and longer trails for those with more stamina.”
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Wanderweg
“Beautiful place for picnic, romantic walks with great view of Boston skyline.”
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Beach
“rent your own and go kayaking! 20 to 80$ depending upon length of time, one or two person.”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“The views from up on high!!! An old fort protected Boston from the oncoming British. ”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Fort Revere is an 8-acre historic site contains the remains of two seacoast fortifications, a water tower with an observation deck, and one from the American Revolution and one that served 1898-1947. Fort Revere was called Fort Independence and later named in honor of Paul Revere. It was used to protect Boston Harbor dating from the American Revolution. Fort Independence on Telegraph Hill presumably is the grave site of nearly 200 French soldiers who died here while fighting for America in the Revolutionary War.”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Fort Revere is an 8-acre (3.2 ha) historic site situated on a small peninsula located in Hull, Massachusetts. It is situated on Telegraph Hill in Hull Village and houses the remains of two seacoast fortifications, a water tower with an observation deck, a military history museum and picnic facilities. It is operated as Fort Revere Park by the Metropolitan Park System of Greater Boston. Fort Revere was called Fort Independence and later named in honor of Paul Revere. It was used to protect Boston Harbor dating from the American Revolution through World War II. Following the decommissioning of the fort in 1947, efforts begun during the United States Bicentennial celebration in 1976 resulted in the fort's restoration and the installation of amphitheaters within the walls of the fortification.”
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Beach
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Park
“1 ferry ticket from the aquarium gets you a roundtrip pass to and from all the harbor islands. A great day trip to see some historical sights or enjoy the ocean air on a nice day.”
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Beach
“307 Nantasket Ave, Hull, MA 02045 Walk across the street The Staff are so sweet”
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Surf Spot
“Great teachers with patience giving you their knowledge and techniques in surfing. You can rent boards and bikes here. Summer programs available also Then enjoy an ice cream next door after”
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Park
“We love to take our dogs to Nut Island, the sunset views of Boston are AMAZING! There are always people fishing off of the pier, and there are nice paved paths for walking. You can also hike down to the beach for some privacy.”
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Wanderweg
“World's End is a 251-acre park and conservation area located on a peninsula in Hingham, Massachusetts. The peninsula is bordered by the Weir River to the North and East and Hingham Harbor to the West.”
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Beach
“Beautiful sunsets. Walk the dog to the sound of rolling rocks tumbling in the surf.”
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