Friends of the Harborwalk
The Friends of the Boston HarborWalk is a group of volunteers dedicated to enhancing enjoyment of Boston’s HarborWalk. The Friends meet monthly to plan and coordinate our three main priorities:
- Hosting free, monthly two-hour long interpretive tours along Boston’s 43-mile HarborWalk;
- Organizing waterfront clean-up days and reporting maintenance concerns to ensure that the full length of the HarborWalk is clean, safe, and inviting;
- Installing more interpretive and wayfinding signs to help people learn about and enjoy Boston’s HarborWalk and its waterfront neighborhoods.
For more information and to join the Friends, contact Mike Manning, Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harborwalk Guided Tours
Volunteers with the Friends lead monthly guided tours of the Harborwalk from Belle Isle Marsh in East Boston to the former Baker Chocolate Factory in lower Dorchester. Tours typically run from 10 am to noon on Saturdays and begin and end near public transit. To learn of upcoming tours, please join Boston Harbor Now’s email list. If you are interested in developing and/or leading a tour, please contact Mike Manning, Chair, at email@example.com.