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Summer in New England

Summer in New England
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by in May 2008

So much to see, so little time — it’s summer in New England!

Everyone wants to start at the beaches, but there’s more than sand and surf. Here are some coastal highlights.

Water, water, everywhere. And lots to do on New England’s waterways — try tubing, canoeing, kayaking, and more.

Get lost! Hiking and biking are great in every state, with a grand view of ocean or hills for your reward.

Look at small towns for craft fairs, food festivals, unusual museums, quiet walks.

Summer theater and art museums abound in New England. Put these on your itinerary.


Rainy day? No problem. Discover these museums and celebrate the varied history and culture of the six-state region.

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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One Response to Summer in New England

  1. Mark of Millinocket June 25, 2008 at 6:30 pm #

    As long as its not Matthew Polsteins pork palace. This folks is where green politics meets reality and we discover that it pays to portray your self as green and get the taxpayer to pay for it. The recent strongarming of WSYY off Hammond Ridge was in itself was a cowards power move to setup a radio station to blurb his own twisted message. The part that I guess the green group is willing to overlook is that old Matt is going to plant a 156 foot beacon on top of this pristine accolade of nature. It seems odd that The Nature Conservancy or that oooh soo beloved Matronly figured, Maine Muther Natured Roxanne Quimby is not willing to lift a finger to stop old Matt. Well I guess in the end only the mountain view and the well documented eagle nests will be sacrificed.

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