TikTok is my tour guide – Boston Globe

I accept; Like everyone else, I downloaded TikTok for animal videos and dance tests. I think the algorithm I came from New England was fast, and in turn, it started uploading local travel videos to me on your page. When summer struck and the weather begged me to leave the house, I began to see New England’s foreign destinations. Here is a list of some of the most unknown natural pumps in Massachusetts, all thanks to Tiktok.

Breakwater Causeway, Provincetown

Have you ever considered walking on water? You may be approaching the Provincetown breakwater causeway for more than a mile. Accessed through Provincial’s first resort, downtown, the road connects to a small, isolated beach near a wood-burning stove. Browse a little further to find the town of Long Point, which was left with two working lights. Be sure to check the waves before your visit – high waves can cause the rocks to slip or sink completely.

Scott Tower, Hollywood

Beyond Interstate 91 is Memorial Hill Park, but unless you see a hint of Scott Tower in the trees, you won’t know it at first glance. Construction on the park began in the 1940s, where it became popular for holocaust residents and for attracting visitors and locals alike. When construction on I-91 began in the 60’s, the tourist bridge to the park was closed, and the tour was halted. Visitors to the site now have to travel through the jungle to find the tower, which once served as a viewing platform for the city. A mile-long walkway rotates the graffiti-covered structure and the lower steps of the tower are accessible by foot. The courtyard is not well lit, so see if the sun is still rising.

Ashley Reservoir Trail, Hollywood

Suitable for all skill levels, the over 3.5 mile hike surrounds Ashley Reservoir. The Ashley pond and Wright pond will serve as a backup water supply to the city of Holio. This is not a small irrigation well – the capacity of this dam is over 700 million gallons of water. Trails are clearly marked and not too steep. In addition, each path offers some beautiful views of the water and the surrounding wildlife. Beware of walking in the area after heavy rains – As seen in this TikTok, when the water level is higher than normal, some roads are flooded.

Viewing Rock, Northwestridge

Take in some of the graphic art as you explore the surrounding cities and nature signs, including the Blackstone River and Goat Hill. This flat, stone paved road is accessible from the footpaths of Cocker Street. Take a short trek to the River Bend Farm State Park for outdoor concerts. While this TikTok proves to be spectacular in summer weather, other attendees are cursing the fall foliage from such high places. Lookout Rock is open daily from morning till night.

Beckett rock, bucket

Feel a little nervous? Becket Quarry has been dubbed a must-visit cliff, at least for this TikToker must visit. The Becket Land Trust covers more than 300 acres[300 ha]of Kauri and Forest, and includes hiking trails, hiking trails in the jungle, and of course the famous stone pavement. From the 1850s to the 1960s, he started working on the construction of a railway. Although it has not been in service for 60 years, the stone payer has not changed much in the state, relying on a blacksmith shop and a pond. During the peak season, it costs $ 10 per car to visit the park. In addition, flooding, campfire and drinking alcohol are prohibited.

Natural Bridge State Park, North Adams

As you travel better than some of the other places on this list, you will find a lot in the natural bridge state park. Once a white marble quarry, the 48-hectare park now hosts the only remaining marble dam in North America. The trails near the pavilion are accessible to hikers, foothills, and hills. Visit the former Stone Station or take a walk to see the park. Make sure you do not miss the natural flowing streams that adorn the ground. For a truly immersive experience, bring a copy of the “American Diary” that details the time spent by the famous love writer Nathaniel Howur.

Stevens-College College and Gardens, North Ander

Stop at Stevens-College College and Gardens to pick up one hectare of brightly colored flowers before the summer is over. Built in the late 1700’s, the historic home served as a summer residence for Isabella Stewart Gardner’s nephew, diplomat John Garner College. Equally important to 20th century regulations, it is designed to bring the home in from the outside and vice versa on the ground around the house. The garden on the property is a real painting this time of year – a total of 91 hectares, including landscaping springs, flower beds and greenhouses. Pre-registration is recommended before you visit. Tickets are $ 10 for adults, $ 5 for children, and can be purchased at thetrustees.org.

Campbell alls te, New Marlborough

This water system begins in the Massachusetts River with a flow of more than 100 feet, ending in a Connecticut pool. On the road to the fall, the road marker indicates exactly where you will cross the Massachusetts / Connecticut border. The park was declared a state in 1923 and is under the care of both states. Walking trails and streams also occupy the land and welcome pet owners to join the tour. The park is free to visit and is open daily from 8:00 am onwards.

Hollywood Summit, Hadley

Take a bird’s-eye view of western Massachusetts at the top of this hilly Holocaust. The road to Guba Summit in Scner State Park is approximately 2 miles outside and back. At the top of the hill is a magnificent, so-called meeting house. Like TikToker, go in the fall to see some colorful spring leaves. Sealed pets are allowed in the yard, and make sure you bring comfortable shoes – the height of this road is about 650 feet.

Grace Griffin can be reached at Grace.griffin@globe.com. Follow her on Twitter @GraceMGriffin.

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