Hale is a private nonprofit that welcomes visitors. While we invite the general public to freely use our trails, please know that parking on-site requires payment of a $10 daily parking fee (upon arrival; contactless payment is available and strongly encouraged) or purchase of an annual membership valid from Mar. 1, 2021, through Feb. 28, 2022. Members of the Massachusett tribe are welcome to park free of charge; simply show your tribal ID card upon arrival.
Please review and abide by the following guidelines as you explore the property. We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to seeing you on the trails soon.
Hale hosts a large number of programs during the summer. For the safety of our campers, families, and staff members, public access to the property via Hale’s main entrance at 80 Carby Street is limited on weekdays during that time. Public restrooms are not available.
|Dates||Open Time||Close Time|
|January 1–February 28||8 AM||4:30 PM|
|March 1–March 13||8 AM||5:30 PM|
|March 14–May 14||8 AM||7 PM|
|May 15–June 13||8 AM||8 PM|
|June 14–August 20 (Weekdays)||4:30 PM||8 PM|
|June 14–August 20 (Weekends)||8 AM||8 PM|
|August 21–September 19||8 AM||7 PM|
|September 20–November 6||8 AM||5:30 PM|
|November 7–December 31||8 AM||4:30 PM|
Sen Ki is open for public access throughout the year from dawn to dusk. Please note that dogs and bikes are not permitted at Sen Ki. Restrooms are not available.
South Beach’s parking lots are not available for public access; its entrance (via Bruné Way, opposite 576 Dover Road) is only open for programs (including Hale Family Camp, Summer Days, and Outdoor Fitness & Recreation), special events, and private rentals. Public restrooms are not available.
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Groups and Events
Groups must either a) be affiliated with and insured by Hale, or b) be affiliated with a company or organization that can provide Hale with a Certificate of Liability Insurance. To learn more about bringing your group to Hale, please see Rentals.
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