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The Weymouth Reservation is a state park and recreation area in Weymouth, Massachusetts. It is basically a protected coastal reservation, offering a great deal of recreational opportunities to the public.

The Weymouth Reservation is composed of two parks, the Abigail Adams Park and the Stodder?s Neck. The Abigail Adams Park is located on the western part of the river, while the Stodder?s Neck is at the East in Hingham. The Stodder?s Neck is best noted for its great development, once being only an unsightly gravel pit. It was landscaped upon acquisition by the state, and designed in a way that looks like Frederick Law Olmsted?s work at World?s End.

Visitors of the Weymouth Reservation can enjoy playing soccer, hiking, bird watching, and fishing at the park. Upon the completion of the Abigail Adams Park, folks can also enjoy swimming and picnicking at the site.
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