Callahan State Park
Callahan State Park covers nearly 1,000 acres in the cities of Framingham and Marlborough. Visitors of the park can enjoy miles of scenic nature trails that can be used for hiking, running, mountain biking, horseback riding, and more. You can also fish at the streams and pond throughout the park such as Eagle Pond, Baiting Brook, and Angelica Brook. When there’s snow on the ground, visitors of the park can also go cross-country skiing on the trails.
Edmands Road bisects Callahan State Park roughly in half. Pine Hill Road, Parmenter Road, Nixon Road, and Grove Street are all located near the park as well. The park is conveniently located near the Mass Pike, The Boston Turnpike, and Route 30, making it easily accessible even you live far away.
Many of the homes near Callahan State Park are located in a neighborhood at the southern end of the park. This neighborhood is east of Pine Hill Road and north of Pleasant Street in Framingham, Massachusetts. These houses are mostly 3-4 Colonials and ranches with two or more bathrooms. Some of the larger homes in the area have well over 3,000 square feet of living space and an attached garage.
Callahan State Park is just a few miles south of two other large public parks in the area: Assabet River Wildlife Refuge and the Marlborough-Sudbury State Park. Both parks feature many more miles of trails and visitors can canoe and kayak along the Assabet River. Golfers can play a round at one of the many courses in the area such as Marlborough Country Club, Framingham Country Club, and Charter Oak.
The homes near Callahan State Park are just a few miles west of the Natick Mall, the largest shopping mall in the area, which features hundreds of excellent restaurants and shops. Locals can also drive east along the Boston-Worcester Turnpike to many outdoor shopping plazas including Westmeadow Plaza and Stagecoach Plaza.