From spring to fall, the 11-acre park is accessible and offers tours of historic homes.
Mount Greylock, which rises to a height of 3491 feet, is where the Appalachian Trail crosses the state's highest peak.
The park is open all year long and protects 400,000 acres.
These locations include residences, establishments, educational institutions, and places of worship that once made up a flourishing neighborhood on Beacon Hill's northern slope.
The park is open year-round and includes hiking, camping, swimming, picnic places, guided boat cruises and the opportunity to explore historic structures.
To ensure that you do not miss any of the city's historic sites, there is a redbrick route that leads you along the trail.
The best options for hiking, surfing, swimming, and exploration are available there.