DCR Hikes & Happenings: 26th Annual Houghton’s Pond Fish Festival

Twenty Sixth Annual Houghton’s Pond Fish Festival

Saturday, July 29     10 am – 1 pm

Take Rt. 93 to exit 3 and follow Fish Festival signs to picnic site 5 on the west side of Houghton’s Pond.

“Catch” some “reel” fun at Houghton’s Pond this summer! Join the DCR rangers and instructors from MassWildlife to learn the basics of fishing in this free clinic. Equipment is available or bring your own if possible. Crafts, games and other fishy activities too! A guaranteed good time.

Things to know before you go
  • All programs are FREE
  • Wear sturdy footgear on all hikes
  • Carry drinking water, wear sunscreen and consider insect repellant
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult on all programs
  • We will hike unless the weather creates unsafe conditions
  • For  weather updates and cancellations news, please call the reservation headquarters at 617-698-1802, ext. 3
  • Reasonable accommodations available upon request, with advance notice. Email  Maggi.Brown@state.ma.us

Visit www.mass.gov/dcr for more DCR free programs across the state.

DCR Blue Hills Reservation   695 Hillside St.  Milton, MA      617-698-1802, Event line #3

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