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Featuring automatic scoring and bumper lanes, Woburn Bowladrome offers visitors 40 lanes to bowl from. All of the lanes are stocked with candlepins instead of the traditional tenpins. It also has a game room with arcade games and skee ball.
Perry Park features a fenced in playground, strolling paths and a large, open field for reading, picnicking or walking the dog. This is a no off the leash park that provides a water fountain with a lower fountain for dogs.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreational activities including fishing, kayaking, cycling, walking, and jogging at Horn Pond. The paved path around the lake is 2 miles long and there also a lot of benches and picnic tables.
For a peaceful and quiet skate on well-kept ice visitors check out Veterans Memorial Rink. The rink consists of one big rink and a separate smaller rink and offers open skate, hockey leagues, and skate lessons.
Copley Square features a Friday Farmer's market and access to the Boston Public Library. The location also features a variety of prominent architectural works, include Trinity Church, Old South Church, and Boston Public Library.
Home to many sports clubs in the area, Dilboy Stadium consists of a synthetic turf field surrounded by a running track. Visitors can watch one of the many local football games from one of the 2,000 seats in the grandstand.
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Alewife Brook Pkwy at Hight Street, Somerville, MA 02144 MoreLess Info
A public swimming facility, the Dilboy Memorial Swimming & Wading Pool features both a large swimming pool suitable for kids and adults as well as a smaller kiddie pool. Guests to the pool can bring their own beach chairs.