New England truly does
have it all. Anything you'd like to do can be done in
any of the states in the region. Whether it's is a strenuous
activity, such as biking, rock climbing, swimming, running
or walking, you'll have plenty of opportunity to engage
in your favorite activity. Some areas within the region
are magnet sites for specific sports. Stowe, Vermont,
for instance, is home to the first ski area in the East,
and it is also a hotspot
for biking, golf, hiking and
There is plenty of opportunity for the more passive pursuits, as well as active ones. Whether it's antiquing or sailing, fishing or whale watching, it's available here in this unique and exciting region.
Camping is one of the most exciting and common activities for individuals and families. As such, it can be difficult to find an available campsite, so we encourage you to make reservations at one of the region's many campgrounds as soon as is possible. We'd also encourage you to call ahead to make sure the space is available for you.
It's important to consider that such activities as fishing
and hunting require licenses. To get a hunting license you must
be able to prove that you've successfully completed a hunter safety
course. To find out more about licensing requirements, please visit
our Laws, Regulations and Licensing page to get more information.
We've set up NewEnglandTimes.Com to help
you, in as many ways as possible, decide where to go based on what you'd like to do.
You'll find important, interesting and entertaining
links below. Enjoy your virtual tour of New England.
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This year will be great for camping, and New England offers some of the world's best campsites. But before you head out into the wilderness, make sure you plan, prepare and make reservations as far in advance as is possible. Campground space is a hot commodity!
The American Camping Association
The American Camping Association of New England includes more than 800 individual members and over 300 ACA Accredited privately owned and operated or agency sponsored day and residential camps, making ACA New England the largest section in the United States.
New England Outdoor Center
Twin Pine Camps draws outdoor enthusiasts and families year-round
for rafting, kayaking, canoeing, fishing and hunting.
Appalachian Trail Conference Campsites are generally free and available to all hikers on a first-come, first-served basis. Some New England campsites charge nominal fees in heavy-use areas.
FUN PLACES TO GO
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4323 Vermont Route 108 South Smugglers' Notch . Vermont
05464 800.451.8752 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience that once-in-a-lifetime feeling. It's in the faces you see, the smiles, the laughter. It's in the sense of community and belonging, of families just like yours coming together. It's in the eyes of your children, delighting in our water wonderland or hiking to a mountain summit.
Six Flags Great Adventure
Route 159, 1623 Main Street . Agawam . Massachusetts | 413.786.9300
An awesome amusement park is adding new attractions to its Island Kingdom waterpark. Among the new additions are two water raft slides, a new lagoon and a wave pool.