One | Kayaking the Charles River
Kayaking the Charles River is an essential summer activity in Boston. My recommendation is to rent a kayak from the Kendall Square location. You'll get great views of the city, which make for great photographs!
Single kayak: $15 per hour | Double kayak: $20 | Dry bag: $1 | Paddle Boston
Two | Visiting the Harbor Islands
The Harbor Islands are a great day trip! You can catch a ferry at Long Wharf and be at George's Island, Spectacle Island, Peddocks Island, Lovells Island, Thompson Island, Grape Island, and Bumpkin Island. Some islands allow you to go to another island in between Boston and your destination island. There is another island accessible through Southie called Castle Island.
Ferry: $17 roundtrip | Harbor Islands
Three | Attend a game at Fenway
It's not summer until you attend a ball game at Fenway. Grab a Fenway dog, a beer, bring a glove and you're all set for the game. It's hard to pass an opportunity to watch a game at America's oldest ball park.
Four | Head to the beach
Did you know Boston has a beach in the city? Now you do! Head to M Street Beach or Carson Beach for the day. While most people like to go to other beaches in Massachusetts, these beaches are great when you want to go on the fly!
What are you favorite activities to do during the summer in Boston?