Lynn Woods Reservation is the second largest municipal park in the greater Boston area. This massive land mark has forest reserve consists of ponds, wetlands, streams and rocky ledge. The ponds provide the drinking water for the residents of Lynn and surrounding communities. It's also the home to many animals and plants species.
Lynn Woods has it dense history started with the Lynn's first settlers. They used to called the woods The Lynn's Common. They raise their livestock and cultivate small pieces of land for farming. In 1881 Lynn wood reservation was founded therefore it was being well protected and became a big attraction to its own local residents and people from other towns.
Most famous places to go in the woods are the well beloved Dungeon Rock, Union Rock, Canon Rock, Stone tower and Steel tower. Dungeon Rock is well known to those who seeks for luck with finding the hidden pirate’s treasure that buried deep within the earth.
in 1852, a man named Hiram Marble came to Dungeon Rock. Hiram was a member of the Spiritualist Church. He believed the ghost of the pirate Thomas vale has spoken to him about the treasure. Hiram also wanted to proof that his religion is real. This man spend his whole life digging but ended up dying before he find what he wanted, his son continued the father’s job. Unfortunately he too died. The Hiram family left behind a deep hollowed out rock that they’ve spend every last ounce of energy and money on. Lynn’s was known for the brave hearted Hiram Marble for his devotion and dedication to his believe and the mystery of the treasure.
In the 20th century Lynn built its Rose Garden.The garden became very liked and many has their wedding there. Lynn’s drinking water comes from the ponds in the woods, not only it provide an amazing scenery it also give Lynn the purest drinking water in the who region.
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