With its long, well maintained stretches and stunning views of the Downtown skyline, the Dorchester HarborWalk is ideal for walkers, runners, bikers and rollerbladers. In summer, visitors can soak up the sun at Tenean, Malibu or Savin Hill Beaches, or take a leisurely stroll through Pope John Paul II Park. On Columbia Point, one can sit at Harbor Point and look across the Harbor to Deer Island. Visitors can also explore the public sculpture at Arts on the Point located on the University of Massachusetts campus, and visit the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. Next to the building's HarborWalk is the sailboat used by President John Kennedy when he was young. The mixture of recreational and cultural opportunities makes Dorchester's HarborWalk a popular waterfront neighborhood.

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