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Horn Pond, Woburn, Massachusetts

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Horn Pond is referred to as “Innitou” or “Mirror of the Spirit” by Native Americans. Today, many residents of Woburn and the surrounding towns start and/or end their days hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, snowshoeing & cross country skiing around beautiful Horn Pond. You can find their adventures HERE. There are also community gardens and views of Boston from the top of Horn Pond Mountain. You can see the works of photographers that come from all over in the Horn Pond Photographic Society.

Photos from David Crowley, founder of local Social Capital Inc. & creator of the food blog Cooking Chat.

“The glacially formed 102-acre Horn Pond carries history in its waters and walkways, having once been the home of Algonquin Indians and later serving as the site for commercial ice-making businesses, sand and gravel operations, public beaches and the Woburn Parkway, a mile-long drive now open only to foot traffic.

The pond is surrounded by woods, marshes, fields and, on its west side, the 287-foot Mount Towanda, which was once used as a ski area. Hikers, joggers and nature lovers are often found on the two-mile walk around the pond.” – Kathie Ragsdale

The Nature of Horn Pond is courtesy of Philip Valende Photography

Jodi Crowley

Jodi Crowley

I’m Jodi Crowley, lifestyle blogger and Realtor at Lamacchia Realty. I live and work North of Boston and love everything this beautiful area has to offer. If you live North of Boston or are thinking about moving here, you have come to the right place! Stay up to date with North of Boston Events, Restaurants, Outdoors, Real Estate and more!