Assisting in preserving and interpreting the natural and cultural resources of Borderland State Park
"Courage to act for one's belief is part of your heritage. Courage comes from faith-in-truth"
-Blanche Ames Ames
Friends of Borderland and the Mass. Department of Conservation and Recreation host a number of special events at Borderland throughout the year. For event information, please visit the Mass. DCR website and the Friends’ Facebook page.
The Mass. Department of Conservation and Recreation has a number of self-guided hike brochures for adults and families available both in the Visitor Center and online. Click hereto explore available brochures.
DCR’s Park Passport Initiative encourages families to discover the plants and animals, trails, beaches, fields, picnic areas, campgrounds, and fresh air in the more than 450,000 acres of Mass. state parks. Click hereto download your own passport today!
The Bay Circuit Trail, a permanent recreation trail and greenway corridor that stretches 150 miles through 34 towns in Eastern Massachusetts, passes through a significant portion of Borderland State Park. Traversing parts of the trail is a popular activity in all seasons. To learn more, visit the Bay Circuit Trail’s website.