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Directions to Breakheart Reservation:
From north or south:
Take Rte. 1 to Lynn Fells Parkway exit, follow Lynn Fells Parkway a short distance,
(in vicinity of Target, Marshall's, across from Petrie's Florist),
take a right onto Forest Street. 
The
Park entrance is after Kasabuski Ice Skating Rink.

The park is open year-round from dawn to dusk. 

Breakheart Reservation is a 640-acre hardwood forest with jagged, rocky
outcroppings, two fresh-water lakes, and a rambling section of the
Saugus River. 
Seven rocky hills, over 200
feet high, provide vistas of
Boston, southern New Hampshire
and central
Massachusetts.  An extensive
trail system through the woodlands guides
visitors to various areas of the
reservation.  Fishing in Silver and Pearce Lakes, hiking
the trails and
bird watching by the Saugus River are popular year-round activities.

The reservation is closed to vehicles year round, providing a fresh air
atmosphere for visitors. 
Parking is available at the Forest Street
parking
lot in Saugus,
and the Northeast Vocational School parking lot in Wakefield.

The supervised swimming area at Pearce Lake, one of the few fresh- water
swimming spots north of Boston, draws crowds in the summer. 

In addition
to its natural resources, the reservation has a
rich cultural history.

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Breakheart Reservation 2017 Programs & Events

Many events at Breakheart are co-sponsored by MA DCR
and the Friends of Breakheart Reservation & Camp Nihan

All events, programs and activities are subject to change.
Please take a moment to call ahead to confirm.

(781) 233 - 0834 

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2017 Interpretive Programs
All programs are FREE and Open to the Public.  An adult must accompany children.
For more information contact Jason (617) 727-5380 ext.406


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First Day Hike at Breakheart Reservation
Monday  January 1, 2018   at 10:00 am
Start off the New Year with an invigorating
First Day Self-Guided Hike in a beautiful state park, and
make a resolution to burn off those extra holiday calories!
There will be no ranger-lead hikes.

Explore Breakheart on your own with your friends & family.
Be prepared for cold weather -
dress in layers and wear winter boots. 
Afterwards warm up in the Visitor Center, the fires will be lit,
and hot chocolate and coffee will be available.


The Visitor Center will be open 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Breakheart is located at 177 Forest Street, Saugus
For more information call (781) 233-0834

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Breakheart Reservation - Park Clean-up 2018

First Saturday of Every Month

January 6, February 3, and March 3

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Join the DCR Staff and Friends of Breakheart on a monthly park clean up.
Let’s do our part to make sure Breakheart stays a gorgeous place for us
to enjoy and a pristine habitat for the animals that call Breakheart home.
Please wear proper clothes and shoes based on weather.
Any chance of snow or icy conditions cancels.

The clean-up will meet at Christopher P. Dunne Visitor Center,
177 Forest Street, Saugus, MA 01906

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2017 Ranger Dan’s Nature Hikes

Sundays  from 12:00 to 1:30 pm

Please confirm with Breakheart staff  (781) 233 - 0834
to make sure Walk has not been cancelled due to weather.

Join Ranger Dan to explore Breakheart Reservation
on a family-friendly hike through the park.

Meet at Dunne Visitor Center, 177 Forest Street, Saugus
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For information please call (781) 233-0834

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For additional information about the many FREE programs

offered in State Parks, please visit
MA DCR website or  call (781) 233 - 0834 


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Breakheart Offers Trails for Hiking, Walking, and Jogging

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Map of Breakheart Trails

Color Map of Breakheart Trails


Information on Breakheart Trails



Healthy Heart Trails
DCR is excited to promote the Healthy Heart Trails initiative to promote better health.
Over 50 trails will be designated statewide in the hope Massachusetts residents will
make them part of their regular exercise routine.
Healthy HeartTrails measure approximately 1.5 miles or less in length and are easy to moderate.

The Fox Run Trail to Saugus River Trail at Breakheart is designated a Healthy Heart Trail.
The trail begins off the main parking lot near the visitor center. (1.4 miles - Moderate)


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Breakheart is a great place for you and your dog
to go for a long, healthy walk.


Just remember to bring a leash and please pick up after your dog.
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Picking up after your dog is a service YOU can do for the community.

To learn how your actions impact us all, please read:
A message from Earl, the pooper scooper hound - click here

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Breakheart Reservation Dog Park - Bark Place
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Bark Place is the only area in Breakheart Reservation where dogs are allowed off leash,
and
is reserved exclusively for the
use of dogs and their people.

More About Bark Place
click here

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