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    What to do on a Sunny Day in Wellesley, MA 02482

    If you reside in New England, you literally live for those unexpected warm and sunny days when you get to enjoy the outdoors. Fortunately, when those days do come along you do not need to stray far from home as Wellesley offers a variety of outdoor activities and options for all.

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    What to do on a Sunny Day in Wellesley
    • Window Shopping and Al Fresco Dining – With an array of shops and dining establishments, Wellesley Square is the perfect “main street” setting to take a stroll on a sunny day. While you are there, grab the kids an ice cream cone at JP Licks or consider some al fresco dining at Bocado, a fun tapas restaurant or Juniper, with great mediterranean fare. In Linden square- there are also an array of stores to check out and if you want to grab a bite to eat and take it outside, Linden Store is a town favorite for great sandwiches, subs, plus they have a kid’s menu, and overall 5 star rated deli fare.
    • Swimming –On a hot, sunny day, taking a dip in a pool or a pond hits the spot. Morses Pond is a favorite of Wellesley residents. Morses Pond is open 7 days a week in summer and features its own beach, kayak, paddleboard and canoe rentals, and of course plenty of swimming.  You can even sign up for swimming lessons there through the Wellesley Parks and Recreation Program. As a plus, Wellesley residents receive a discount on a beach season pass.
    • Hiking – There is nothing easier to do than to get outdoors and go for a walk or hike and Wellesley offers many settings for this sunny day activity. Besides strolling the sidewalks and tree lined residential streets, you can access one of the many parks with conservation land and trails. The trails range from easy, quick loops that are great for kids to longer and more challenging routes. Boulder Brook Reservation, Centennial Reservation, Elm Bank Reservation, and Ollie Turner Park span the various neighborhoods of Wellesley and provide those memorable walks in nature.
    • Playing Golf – If you are an avid golfer, you have two options for golfing in Wellesley.  The Nehoiden Golf Course is a private 9-hole golf course operated by Wellesley College. It is one of the oldest courses in the United States. Wellesley Country Club has a beautiful 18-hole course as well as tennis, aquatics, and children programs. Keep in mind that these two courses require a membership. If you want a public golf course, Leo Martin Memorial Course is open to the public, has a practice facility, and is just over the Wellesley line in neighboring Weston.
    • Having a Picnic – Picnics are the most fun when it is a sunny day. Even if the weather is cool and crisp, it is always enjoyable to have a picnic. Wellesley literally has picnic tables spread out all over the town so you do not have to go far to set up your special outdoor meal. The public schools such as Fiske elementary offer picnic tables. Sprague elementary has covered table options. Rockridge Pond, a wonderful place to enjoy nature and do a short hike, has a picnic table set up right by the water. The Wellesley town hall has several picnic tables set up. Central Park in front of Wellesley Square post office has a picnic table. Paintshop Pond, near the campus of Wellesley college has a picnic table set up on some rocks overlooking the water making it an idyllic setting for dining in nature.

    These sunny day activities are just a handful of the options that await you in Wellesley when you step outside your door. For more information about living in Wellesley, Ma go to http://theshulkinwilkgroup.com

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