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Moore State Park – Paxton, MA

Free Stuff to do in Paxton, MA. Moore State Park in Paxton, MA is over 400 acres of walking trails and places to explore. It’s easy on the feet and mostly stroller friendly. **Scroll Down To Video** A recent repair project to the Eames Pond Dam will wrap up in 2021 with the return of the famous Enchanta Bridge. Like, …

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La Salette Shrine Celebration of Lights – Attleboro, MA

Free Stuff to do in Attleboro, MA. The best way to get into the Holiday Spirit is at La Salette National Shrine in Attleboro, MA. The Christmas Light Display illuminates the night sky from Thanksgiving to New Years and tells the story of Christ’s birth. La Salette Shrine is a vibrant Roman Catholic community that has shared their Celebration of …

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Bradford Bog – Bradford, NH

Free stuff to do in Bradford, NH A walk through Bradford Bog in Bradford, NH. The Bradford Bog is a sanctuary for the Atlantic White Cedar. Walk on elevated boards through the cedar trees until reaching the viewing platform which gives you a panoramic view of the bog. It takes about 30 minutes round trip and is an easy walk. …

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Eccardt’s Farm – East Washington, NH

Free stuff to do in E. Washington, NH Eccardt’s Farm is a 3rd generation working dairy farm on 450 acres in East Washington, NH. It open to the public. Perfect for kids and adults. If you plan your trip right, you may get a front row seat in the milking room. **Scroll Down For The Video** Be sure to visit …

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West Hill Dam and Park – Uxbridge, MA

-Free Stuff To Do in Uxbridge, MA- West Hill Dam in the West Hill Park is almost 200 acres of fun and adventure. With miles of trails, wildlife, geocaches and more, it’s a family and pet friendly adventure for everyone. Parking is FREE at 518 Hartford Ave. E, in Uxbridge, MA. Look for the brown Army Corp of Engineer signs. …

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Rutland Prison Camps – Rutland, MA

Free stuff to do in Rutland, MA Rutland Prison Camps in Rutland, Massachusetts is an abandoned prison that was open from 1903 – 1934. The grounds are open to the public and it’s free to visit. Although the wooden structures are all gone, concrete buildings and foundations still stand. It takes some exploring, but it makes for a fun, family …

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Hills Farm Pond – Shrewsbury, MA

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED – Free Stuff to do in Shrewsbury, MA. Hills Farm Pond in Shrewsbury, MA is a short .25 mile walk that can easily take an hour or more to walk through the trails and paths that are lined with sculptures and artwork. Scroll down for a video. Perfect for little ones and adults. Easy to walk or push …

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Green Hill Park – Worcester, MA

Green Hill Park located in Worcester, MA is home to a golf course, a farm, the Massachusetts Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, walking trails and more. Like The Video – Subscribe To The Channel – Comment The Green Hill Park Farm is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Be sure to check and see if they are reopened. When it is, it’s a …

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Bancroft’s Castle – Groton, MA

Bancroft’s Castle located in Groton, MA is a fun adventure for families. Like The Video – Subscribe To The Channel – Comment The walk does include a bit of a steep hill so it’s not for everyone. But the reward at the top is worth it. Parking on Lowell Street is very limited and by the plethora of no parking …

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Douglas State Forest – Douglas, MA

Douglas State Forest – Douglas, MA – is loaded with family friendly hiking and fun adventures. Parking is Free in many places but some do require a fee or a state park pass. Tri-State Marker – Borders of Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island We parked off Southwest Main Street, across from High Street in Douglas, MA. The trailhead has 6 …