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Situated along Salmon Falls River, Vaughn Woods State Park is a forested area located on 250 acres. The park provides picnic areas and over 3 miles of trails suitable for hiking along the river and in the woods.
Not only a traditional European-style cheese shop which serves more than 200 domestic and international cheese specialties, The Cheese Iron also offers its clients all sorts of fresh groceries, such as meats and homemade pasta.
A 1785 Georgian mansion, the Hamilton House was built strategically upon a bluff that overlooks the Salmon Falls River. It was a great location for owner Johnathan Hamilton, a shipping magnate to oversee his business from above. Get to check out the well-manicured gardens too.
Located within a residential neighborhood dating back to the 1800's, Higgins Public Beach is a white sandy beach with public access available. Visitors to the beach commonly enjoy surfing, fishing, or relaxing in the sun.
Occupying the 40-acre property formerly belonging to a regular golf course, Pleasant Hill Disc Golf presents a challenging 18 hole experience for players of all skill levels. Open daily, the course offers day passes as well as disc rentals.
A 40-acre facility, Hinckley Park features two ponds that can be used for fishing, some open fields and wooded areas. It provides a trail system for hikers and dog walkers that runs along the ponds and through the woods.
Crescent Beach State Park is named after its crescent-shape beach where many people come to enjoy activities like swimming, sunbathing, surfing and more. The park also contains multiple hiking trails and becomes a cross country ski destination during winters.
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Wainright Sports Complex has over 66 acres of athletic fields used for baseball, softball, lacrosse, soccer, football and hurling. In the winter, visitors can enjoy skating on the ice rink or skiing and snowshoeing on their trails.