Get outside this summer and explore the beautiful lakes, rivers and harbors of New England

Don’t hover on the water’s edge watching everyone else having a great time - start your own water adventure! Join us for boating lessons, clinics or summer camp - or paddle on your own terms and rent a kayak, canoe, pedal boat or paddleboard!

  • Michelle, Fairfax, VA

    The staff was super friendly and helpful. I’ll definitely come back when friends visit.

    Michelle, Fairfax, VA
  • Grace, Honolulu, HI

    DO THIS. Just rent a kayak, canoe, or paddleboard and just go!

    Grace, Honolulu, HI
  • Arpita, Pittsburgh, PA

    It was a near perfect first for me...wonder why I awaited this long???

    Arpita, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Rachel, Washington, DC

    A fun way to spend an afternoon and you can’t beat the views of Georgetown from the water.

    Rachel, Washington, DC

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Unofficial History: How Did the Hopkinton Islands Get Their Names?

The Hopkinton Dam & Spillway, built in 1894 to impound portions of the Sudbury River Watershed, was part of Boston's second major water works project serving the Greater Boston area. Now part of Hopkinton State Park, the reservoir no longer acts as an active water source (removed in 2010), but continues to be a beautiful place for recreation, including hiking, biking, fishing and boating.

Within the boundaries of the reservoir lie three not-so-officially named islands: Ivy Island, Bacon Island and Bullion Island, which represent some of the major points of interest for boaters, fishers and nesting ducks. You may have visited some of the islands, but do you know how they got their names? The story originates from our Boating Is Fun Camp.