Boston Harbor Now is excited to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Boston Harborwalk—the waterfront public path system that rings our historic harbor!
As part of the celebration, Boston Harbor Now is leading a series of adventurous walks on the existing Harborwalk -- the first of which will trace the 7-mile waterfront in Dorchester from the Neponset River Reservation to Carson Beach around Port Norfolk, Tenean Beach, Dorchester Shores Reservation, and Columbia Point.
The walk will start and end in parks owned by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and we are excited to be joined by DCR's Deputy Commissioner Priscilla Geigis to kick off the walk. We’ll also be joined by members of the Friends of the Boston Harborwalk and representatives from Columbia Point institutions, but it will not be a formal walking tour.
Light refreshments will be provided at the start and end points of the walk.
This walk is a great opportunity to learn about the Harbor you love, connect to fellow community members, and get some healthy aerobic exercise in true 80's style! Register and learn more here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/harborwalk-part-1-dorchester-neponset-river-to-carson-beach-tickets-70531181663