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Old Wayland Reservoirs


Old Wayland Reservoirs, Massachusetts

Old Wayland Reservoirs real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and land in Massachusetts.

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      About Old Wayland Reservoirs
      Located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts

      Old Wayland Reservoirs are located in Middlesex County, in the town of Wayland, Massachusetts. Boston is situated less than 20 miles northeast of the reservoirs.

      Old Wayland is only 21 miles away from Boston Logan International Airport and only 7 miles northeast of MetroWest Medical Center.

      When heading into town, grab a bite to eat at restaurants like Mel's Commonwealth Cafe, The Villa, 110 Grill, and Dudley Chateau.

      Backyard Fishing

      There are two reservoirs available here for some excellent backyard fishing! Anglers report populations of largemouth bass, brown trout, and chain pickerel.

      What's Nearby?

      Check out Garden in the Woods. This plant association and botanical garden feature two miles of paths through a woodland laced with streams and numerous different plant species.

      Nearby Sandy Burr Country Club offers a well-maintained course with excellent greens that are sure to provide a challenge for all skill levels!

      Lake Cochituate State Park

      Lake Cochituate is the closest large body of water for different freshwater activities!

      Boating and kayaking are the main attractions here, as the three ponds that make Lake Cochituate offer something different.

      South Lake is the place for those that love water skiing. Middle and North Lake are the best for kayaking, canoeing, or slow boating.

      All three lakes are great for casting a line out. Anglers should expect to catch bass, crappie, sunfish, pike, trout, and muskie.

      A beach is available on the North Lake. This small strip of sand is a great place to relax on a sunny day, put in a car-top boat, or cast a line on the fishing pier.

      Visit Boston

      Boston is less than an hour and a half away from Coleman Pond. This metropolis is well known for its culture, food, and deep-rooted American history!

      Walk the Freedom Trail and get a sense of the coastal city’s revolutionary history. While you’re there, check out Boston’s museums like the Museum of Fine Arts, The John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, and the Institute of Contemporary Art.

      Boston’s historic neighborhoods like North End and Little Italy offer breathtaking architecture and atmosphere.

      There is no shortage of historic sites and monuments in Boston: Bunker Hill, Old North Church, and the Paul Revere House offer a glimpse into the lives that changed American History.

      A Perfect Lake for Anyone Seeking Massachusetts' Outdoors

      If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the finest outdoor experience Massachusetts has to offer, take a look at Old Wayland Reservoirs. It may just be the location of your next lake home!