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Dogtown is an area in central Gloucester of about five square miles, or 3600 acres, stretching from the Riverdale section of the city, north of Route 128, into Rockport, and including the Goose Cove and the Babson Reservoirs.
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Matt
Matt
January 29, 2019
Miles and miles of hiking . Experience what Roger Babson was inspired by
Amanda
Amanda
May 30, 2018
Dogtown, is an old local ghost town. There are a lot of boulders with life lessons. I have always wanted to go see this place. The town was founded in large part by wives and widows of seafaring men. The sight of the town was chosen for it's distance from the ocean. Called Dogtown, because of the…
Kai
Kai
May 02, 2018
Easy hike - lots of history and lore.
Peter
Peter
March 19, 2018
Once known as the Common Settlement, Dogtown is divided btwn Gloucester & Rockport. Settled in 1693 Dogtown got its name from dogs that women kept while their husbands were fighting during American Revolution. Protected from pirates and enemy natives, Dogtown was used as common land for wood &…
Ginny
Ginny
July 15, 2017
There are plenty of flat, tree-lined trails to go hiking on.

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Ubicación
Gloucester, MA 01930