Imagine yourself hiking through miles of trails, breathing in the fresh, crisp air as you scale your way to the top of the highest point in Massachusetts.
Spend some of your days just off the coast of Rhode Island on an island oasis surrounded by 17 miles of beaches, beautiful scenery and an amazing landscape unique to the area.
A trip to York, Maine makes you feel like you are eons away from your daily life.
Warner, New Hampshire — a town many would consider one of the hidden gems of the Granite State. If you are looking for a place to go that will show you what New England is all about, this little town pretty much sums it all up.
In New Hampshire, there are several adventures for the thrill-seeker in all of us — weather it be taking a mountain bike off a huge jump or gliding hundreds of feet down a zip cord.
Although it is only seven miles off the Massachusetts coastline, it feels like you are in another world.
Newport, Rhode Island is not only a place with fantastic beaches and award-winning restaurants; it is also a destination where you can vacation out of the ordinary.
When you drive down the winding road into town a sign proclaims you are entering “The Oldest Summer Resort in America”.
Home to the beginning of the Revolutionary War, and home to some of America’s most famous writers, if you want to see first-hand some of the places where American history was made, visit Lexington and Concord.
Close to where Long Island Sound meets the open ocean, Mystic is not really a town at all, but a destination.