Randolph, MA

RandolphWebsite: townofrandolph.com

MBTA: Randolph can be accessed through the Middleboro Commuter Rail Line at South Station with a stop at the Holbrook/Randolph Rail Station.

Located about 14 miles south of Boston, Randolph was named after first president of the Continental Congress, Peyton Randolph. In its early days, Randolph was home to several large shoe companies and eventually developed a style made exclusively in the town known as “Randies.” The decline of this industry at the beginning of the 20th century caused Randolph to evolve into a suburban residential community. Beautiful Randolph is home to three nationally registered historic places, the Jonathan Belcher House, Ponkapoag Camp of Appalachian Mountain Club, and the Gills Farm Archaeological District.