Hopkinton State Park

Hopkinton State ParkHopkinton State Park boasts more than 1,500 acres of natural forest and open fields, along with a spring fed lake (175 acres), 3 islands, 2 swimming beaches, miles of trails and stunning vistas to enjoy.

There are over 15 locations for trail riding, rock-climbing, mountain biking, hiking and lake swimming so you definitely won't be bored!!

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If you want to have some fun on the water this summer, bring your friends and family and find us at the boathouse. We're at Hopkinton State Park most days but check our schedule just to make sure. We'd hate for you to miss out!

If you have our Silver or Gold Pass membership, you can just show your card and grab a boat. It's that easy!

And if you're looking for some suggestions regarding hikes, rides and paddles we can help you there too. Just give us a call!

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Hopkinton Boating Offers:

  • Kayak Rentals
  • Canoe Rentals
  • Rowboat Rentals
  • Summer Camp
  • Sailing Lessons
  • Kayaking Lessons
  • Kids Birthday Parties
  • Corporate/Private Events

In partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation


** Sailboats require a Silver Pass membership and are not available for hourly rentals.


HopkintonBoating.com | 508.435.3965

Whether you're coming from North or South:

Take Route 495 to Exit 21A, Main Street, Hopkinton.

Travel on Main Street until the third traffic light located at the heart of downtown Hopkinton. Turn left, traveling north on Route 85. Head approximately two miles on and the Hopkinton State Park entrance is on your right.

Once in the park, go through the contact station and make a right at the fork in the road. Follow the road until it turns down towards the water. The water is usually a great place to look for us and you'll know you're there when you see the boathouse.

Park anywhere in the adjacent lots and come down and say Hi!