Location : 6 miles from Wharf Harbour.
Accessible : Currently closed due to asbestos.
Also Known as : Gallups island
Vegetation : sumac, poplar, poison ivy, and bayberry.
Flora : lilacs, mock-orange, snowberry, and forsythia.
Gallops island is one of Boston’s only islands that was used during both the world wars. The island served as a place for schools for bakers and chefs as well as had a school for radio technicians during the first world war. The rocky island beach offers a scenic view of the clear blue ocean. Gallops currently houses a medium size inn and a restaurant.
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