Wayland Massachusetts is a stable and progressive community characterized by a commitment to citizen self-governance and history of civic engagement. The community focuses on embracing the history and heritage, especially by protecting its semi-rural character and through preservation of open spaces. River Trail Place is a stone's throw from miles of conservation land open to hiking, biking, and kayaking. Wayland takes great pride in its preservation of the forests, marshes, and fields that surround the Sudbury River. These natural resources provide residents an opportunity to enjoy, play, and relax.
The community also focuses on its future, valuing fiscal stability, philanthropy, and a volunteer spirit to combine its residents into a caring community. From a variety of religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds, citizens bind together to preserve and assist their Massachussetts community.
As a resident of River Trail Place, you'll have the advantage of everything Wayland offers: Award-winning schools for grades kindergarten through 12, elder, youth and veterans services, a full service library, a public beach on Lake Cochituate, and a number of parks, playgrounds, conservation lands, and recreational facilities and programs. Residents also enjoy many educational, recreational and cultural opportunities, both within the community and as part of the greater Boston metropolitan region.