East Boston Greenway

Bremen Street Park, Massachusetts 01039

Elevation Gain137ft
Trailhead Elevation8ft
Elevation Min/Max2/14ft
Elevation Start/End8/8ft

East Boston Greenway

East Boston Greenway is a hiking and biking trail in Boston, Massachusetts. It is within Bremen Street Park and Bremen Street Park Phase II. It is 1.2 miles long and begins at 8 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 137 feet. The Airport Station bicycle parking can be seen along the trail. There are also bicycle parkings and a parking along the trail. This trail connects with the following: East Boston Greenway Connector.

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"Once the home of shipbuilders, merchants, and a cattle ranch, East Boston is now a wonderfully vibrant multiethnic community. (It’s also the site of Boston’s Logan International Airport.)

This area saw difficult times in the 1980s and ’90s, but recently it has received significant interest and investment. This walk circles East Boston’s Maverick Square, sampling the best of the neighborhood, from an eco-oriented affordable-housing project to a lovely waterfront park on a reclaimed pier."

"The East Boston Greenway makes for a quick getaway to the seaside along its paved rail-trail path. After rolling through Bremen Street Park’s urban wild, you’ll take in the serene and secluded landscape of Belle Isle Marsh.

The coastline will then take you through Winthrop and around Deer Island for scenic views of Boston from across the harbor. The last leg of the return ride brings you to Constitution Beach, one of the best vantage points for watching planes coming into Logan Airport across the water."

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Trail Information

Bremen Street Park
Nearby City
Bremen Street Park Phase II
USGS: Boston South, Boston North, Lynn, and Hull quads; DeLorme: Massachusetts Atlas & Gazetteer, p. 41
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Jul 2018