Visitor Information

Visitor Information

Pond Meadow Park offers hiking, fishing, picnicking, non-motor boating, scout camping, and horseback riding (bring your own horse!).  Biking, jogging and walking are popular on our two-mile paved bike path, which circles our 20-acre pond.  Winter activities consist of cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating and ice fishing.

Vehicles are allowed only on the road to the dam and designated parking areas.  Mini-bikes, dirt bikes, ATV’s, mopeds and snowmobiles are expressly forbidden.  Alcoholic beverages and hunting are also not allowed.  Fishing requires a Massachusetts fishing license for those over 15 years of age.  Rangers are on duty to see that the park regulations are enforced.  A copy of these regulations may be obtained at the park office.

Handicap Access

The two mile bike path is handicap accessible and can be entered from both the Weymouth and Braintree entrances. The bike path does have some fairly steep grades and sharp curves.

The picnic area and fishing dock at the pond are handicap accessible by crushed stone paths. The pond, picnic area and dock are at the end of the park road on the Braintree side of the Park (off Liberty Street).

Handicap accessible bathrooms are located at the Park Office located on the Braintree side (off Liberty Street).