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Favorite Outdoor Adventure Towns in Northern New England--May through August

Favorite Outdoor Adventure Towns in Northern New England–May through August
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With Lake Willoughby about 30 minutes away, and Lake Memphremagog under an hour away, despite being in the land-locked state of Vermont, you’ll have opportunities to get wet. In fact, from Lake Memphremagog, you can paddle part of the the Northern Forest Canoe Trail and the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail to the Connecticut River.

If you haven’t learned anything new from my list of favorite adventure towns in Northern New England, I will share with you one tidbit of information that I’ve learned from compiling it. Don’t limit your favorite list of places to go this summer to a short list. Because I am pretty certain all across New England whatever adventure you are on and where ever you may be, you’re going have a pretty good time. Especially if you can find a hammock!

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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