Dog Park details for Lynn Woods Reservation
Lynn Woods Reservation
Any dog not under effective voice command (dog must respond to the command immediately without having to be commanded a second time) must be on a leash. I suggest to anyone going to Willard's Woods bring a leash with them when they walk. Lynn Woods Reservation, a 2,200-acre municipal forest park located in Lynn, Massachusetts, is the second largest municipal park in the United States. 2,200 acres in Lynn, Lynnfield and Saugus - 2nd largest municipal park in the country Walden Pond=240 acres; Breed's Pond=208 acres; Birch Pond=82 acres Gannon Golf Course (18 hole)=180 acres; Gravel Fire Roads=10 miles; Official Trails=30 miles; Highest Elevation (Burril Hill/Stone Tower)=285 ft.; Longitude West 70 degrees-55'-30" to 71 degrees-00'-00"; Latitude North 42 degrees-27'-00" to 42 degrees-31'-00"; Directions: From Route 128 North or South: Take Exit 43 in Lynnfield. (From this point, it is 4.0 miles to Lynn Woods.) At the bottom of the ramp, head east, following signs to Walnut Street, Saugus/Lynn. At 1.5 miles, bear left at the fork. You will cross over Route One and continue into Lynn (the boundary is unmarked) on Walnut Street. At a blinking light, turn left onto Pennybrook Road (opposite O'Callaghan Way). Go to the end of Pennybrook Road and between two stone pillars into the reservation. From Route 1 North or South: Take the Walnut Street exit in Saugus and head east on Walnut Street into Lynn. At 2.0 miles, turn left at a blinking light onto Pennybrook Road.
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