Wachusett Res. is a drinking supply, however they allow fishing. Its on 4,135 acres of land (built between 1987-1908). The res. dams the S. branch of the Nashue River. Hiking along it is relaxing as you view the water for most of it. However, there are some inclines which allow for a work out. There is plenty of wildlife to observe and you don't run into to too many people.
Wachusett Reservoir is located in central Massachusetts, northeast of Worcester.
It is west of Interstate 495, halfway between Interstate 290 and 190 in West Boylston, Sterling and Clinton, and is virtually surrounded by Rte. 110 on the east and north, Rt. 70 on the south, Rte. 140 running diagonally from northeast to southwest and Rte. 12 bisecting the northern third. - DCR
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