Quabbin: A History and Explorer's Guide

Quabbin: A History and Explorer's Guide

by Michael Tougias
     
 


This is the definitive history and contemporary explorer’s guide to the Quabbin Reservoir. Located in Central Massachusetts, the reservoir is an amazing wilderness with an equally amazing history. The Quabbin has 118 miles of undeveloped shoreline, with surrounding reservation spanning some 81,000 acres of protected open space. The great city of Boston gets…  See more details below

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This is the definitive history and contemporary explorer’s guide to the Quabbin Reservoir. Located in Central Massachusetts, the reservoir is an amazing wilderness with an equally amazing history. The Quabbin has 118 miles of undeveloped shoreline, with surrounding reservation spanning some 81,000 acres of protected open space. The great city of Boston gets all its water from the Quabbin/Ware River/Wachusett watersheds, as do 45 other communities in Massachusetts. This book explores topics such as building the Quabbin and how it works; hiking, wildlife viewing, biking, and fishing; visiting the region’s best waterfalls; Quabbin rules and regulations; as well as information on accommodations, restaurants, camping, orchards, swimming, golf, general stores, crafts, antiques, history, and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780971954717
Publisher:
Good Night Books
Publication date:
01/28/2002
Edition description:
First
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
6.18(w) x 9.04(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Michael Tougias is the bestselling author of 20 books on New England, including 10 Hours Until Dawn, The Blizzard of '78, Exploring the Hidden Charles, Fatal Forecast, The Finest Hours, Good Night Vermont, River Days: Exploring the Connecticut River, and There's a Porcupine in My Outhouse. He lives in Franklin, Massachusetts.

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