Hingham has 7 square miles of open space, 32% of the total, and 60 miles of public trails.
The major open space properties in Hingham are: Wompatuck State Park , Bare Cove Park , Worlds End Reservation , George Washington Town Forest , More-Brewer Park , and Fulling Mill Pond Area . There are 83 open space properties in total.
The largest open space landowners in Hingham are: DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation, Town of Hingham, The Trustees of Reservations, Aquarion Water of Massachusetts, and Massachsetts American Water Company.
|Landowner||Properties||Area In Hingham Acres|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||2||2213|
|Town of Hingham||63||1581|
|The Trustees of Reservations||6||453|
|Aquarion Water of Massachusetts||2||123|
|Massachsetts American Water Company||4||53|
See all 12 landowners in Hingham
|Landowner||Name||Type||Area In Hingham Acres||Trails miles|
|DCR - Division of State Parks and Recreation||Wompatuck State Park||Conservation||2210||67|
|Town of Hingham||Bare Cove Park||Park||404||13|
|The Trustees of Reservations||Worlds End Reservation||Conservation||260||6|
|Town of Hingham||George Washington Town Forest||Conservation||107||3|
|Town of Hingham||More-Brewer Park||Park||141||3|
|Aquarion Water of Massachusetts||Fulling Mill Pond Area||Conservation||116||2|