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Caprons Pond


Caprons Pond, Massachusetts

Caprons Pond real estate is a limited supply market for lake homes and land in Massachusetts.

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      About Caprons Pond
      Located in Worcester County, Massachusetts

      Caprons Pond is a 12-acre pond located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. It is nestled within the Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park in Uxbridge, Massachusetts.

      Boston is 46 miles northeast of the pond, and Worcester, Massachusetts, is 16 miles northwest.

      While heading into town, grab a bite to eat at one of the highly-rated restaurants in Uxbridge. Examples include Depot Cafe, Harry's Famous Pizza, New England Steak & Seafood, and Alicante Restaurant & Lounge.

      A Gorgeous Park System

      Caprons Pond is one of two in the 1,000-acre state forest, the other being Rice City Pond, only a mile north.

      Caprons offers visitors and residents a gorgeous park that is an excellent location for a picnic, watching the cascading waterfall, or casting a line out! Anglers should expect to catch brown bullhead, carp, and largemouth bass.

      Rice City Pond is a scenic location for a hike, offering visitors two miles of easy trail that wraps around the water. Anglers can cast a line here as well. Typical species caught here are common carp, largemouth bass, and mirror carp.

      Other activities that the park offers are horseback riding, mountain biking, hunting, and during the winter, cross country skiing.

      What's Nearby?

      Purgatory Chasm State Reservation in Sutton offers hikers a unique landscape to traverse. Other activities featured are cross-country skiing during the winter, rock climbing, and various educational programs.

      Take the family to the Southwick Zoo in Mendon. There are over 110 animals to see, camel rides, wildlife shows, and holiday events.

      Visit Worcester, Massachusetts

      Worcester, Massachusetts, is only 10 miles north of Stiles Reservoir. Pack your bags and get ready for a fun day trip!

      First, check out the Worcester Art Museum. This museum houses over 38,000 works from European, American, Asian, Greek, and Roman artists.

      Next, visit Bancroft Tower. This historic tower is on top of a hill overlooking Worcester providing great views of the city, especially in the Autumn months when the foliage is bright orange and yellow.

      Looking to learn and have fun at the same time? Check out the EcoTarium, Worcester’s natural science museum! There's a planetarium, multiple hands-on exhibits, and even a working steam engine!

      After a long day of exploring the city, end your trip with some delicious food at restaurants like Via Italian Table, Mezcal Tequila Cantina, The Sole Proprietor, and Armsby Abbey.

      For the Lover of the Great Outdoors

      Caprons Pond is a fantastic choice for those looking to be closer to nature yet not too far away from a major city!