At The Residences at Stevens Pond, we aim to give our residents one of the finest apartment rental experiences around. Our Saugus, MA apartments offer a vast selection of spacious 1,2 and 3 bedroom floor plan options that are sure to exceed all of your apartment expectations. Residents are able to enjoy our newly renovated apartment units which feature: a fully-equipped kitchen with a gas range, stainless steel appliances, a full-size washer and dryer, and much more!
Fall in New England is known for its vibrant foliage, scenic views and historical events. If you are looking for some fun activities, we have the top 5 things to do this fall near Saugus, MA.
Salem Witch Museum
Want to take a trip back to the 17th century? Explore the mysteries of the uproar over the rumored 1692 witchcraft scandal in Puritan Boston. For just $10, visitors will learn about the Witch Trials of 1692 and their impact on the town of Salem. Activities include history displays, an interpretive center, narrated stage sets, exhibits and a gift shop.
At 640 acres, Breakheart Reservation makes the perfect outdoor activity for this fall. The reservation consists of a hardwood forest with jagged, rocky outcroppings, two freshwater lakes, and a rambling section of the Saugus River. In the mood for hiking? Breakheart Reservation also offers an extensive trail system that guides visitors to various locations throughout the reservation.
Middlesex Fells Reservation
Head over to this 2,200-acre reservation, stretching across Malden, Medford, Melrose, Stoneham, and Winchester, MA. Here, the whole family will find an activity to enjoy. The reservation offers over 100 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding. If you are looking for a challenging trail, check out the Reservoir Trail, where you will witness a scenic view along with your ride. Dogs are even welcome to Middlesex Fells, both on or off the leash.
Day of the Dead Celebrations at Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Head to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology for an amazing series of celebrations that honor the Day of the Dead. Guests will enjoy an evening of savory Mexican food, live mariachi music, skull decorating and artwork. This event is also kid friendly!
Boston Common & the Public Garden
Experience the breathtaking colors of fall across the city. Located adjacent to each other in the heart of the city, Boston Common and the Public Garden put on a spectacular display of color throughout the fall months. Boston Common encompasses spacious fields and stately trees, while the Public Garden contains dense groupings of trees and shrubs. Each species changes color at a slightly different time, making a constantly shifting tapestry of autumnal tones.
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