Hopkinton Is One Of The Safest Cities In Massachusetts… And The Country
Massachusetts is a beautiful state full of friendly, safe communities. However, one little Boston suburb has long been considered the safest city in America! Using the latest FBI crime statistics, Safewise determined that the community of Hopkinton in Massachusetts had the lowest rates of violent and property crime in the nation in 2021, and although it’s since fallen from the top spot, the town’s reputation as a safe and wonderful place to live continues to this day.
Have you ever visited Hopkinton in Massachusetts? Do you agree that it seems like one of the safest places in the Bay State? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! You can read the full report on the 100 Safest Cities in America on the Safewise website. Did your hometown make the list?
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What are some family-friendly destinations in Massachusetts?
With so much to see and do in Massachusetts, the options can be overwhelming. If you're planning to travel to the Bay State with the whole family, you'll be glad to hear that there's no shortage of family-friendly destinations in Massachusetts. Take our playgrounds for example. There are so many fun, interactive playgrounds in Massachusetts that kids of all ages will love. Some of our favorite outdoor spaces include the Alexander W. Kemp Playground in Cambridge, the Nelson Memorial Playground and Splash Pad in Plymouth, Dacey Community Field Playground in Franklin (which is also ADA accessible), Tadpole Playground in Bostom Common, Action Cove Playground in West Newbury, Stanley Park Playground in Westfield, Robbins Farm Park in Arlington, the Esplanade Playspace in Boston, and the Mayor Thomas Menino Park in Charlestown. Learn more about the best playgrounds in Massachusetts.
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