Spend a relaxing day biking, hiking, or even snowshoeing, at World’s End. Open year-round, this park has something for everyone.
Ferry service is currently running between Boston and Spectacle Island. Click here for schedule and ticketing.
Some park access has changed due to current health regulations around COVID-19:
Georges, Peddocks, Lovells, Grape, and Bumpkin Islands are accessible by recreational vessel only.
Camping and reservations for the Boston Harbor Islands are suspended for the duration of the 2020 season.
Worlds End is now open by advance reservation only.
Thompson Island is closed to the public until further notice.
Most DCR park areas and facilities are now open. Click here to learn more about how to safely enjoy time outside.
The deep green trails of World’s End will guide you along a journey exploring the beauty of nature at this popular destination. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, this park was originally intended for residential development and was almost the site of the United Nations headquarters.
Today, World’s End is the perfect place to spend a relaxing day in this biodiversity hotspot. Stroll along the peninsula’s miles of trails, read a favorite book while overlooking Hingham Harbor, take a cross-country skiing adventure, or even go horseback riding!