Charles River Paths

#RiverPaths Advocacy

Thank you to everyone who participated in our #RiverPaths survey! We have closed the survey and are crunching the numbers – read up on the preliminary results here!
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Walk the Charles Series

Check back here for our Walk the Charles series with Evan! Evan has been exploring different areas of the Charles River parklands with his camera in tow, documenting pathway use and improvements and the changing seasons along the river.

August 13: Visit the Watertown Dam 
August 27: Walk down Charles River Road
September 11: Explore Nonantum Road
September 24: North Beacon to Arsenal Street 

 

Dr. Paul Dudley White Bike Path

The Dr. Paul Dudley White Bike Path is a 17-mile multi-use loop encircling the Charles River from the Museum of Science to Watertown Square. It is named after Paul Dudley White, a Roxbury native who was a strong advocate for exercise and diet as a way to prevent heart disease. White was also a co-founder of the American Heart Association and served as Dwight D. Eisenhower’s physician following the president’s heart attack.

To support the Charles #RiverPaths, please make a gift to the Conservancy today!