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Country Club Lanes, also known as The Alley At South Shore Country Club, is a premier bowling facility adjacent to the country club. The bowling alley features ten lanes of candlepin bowling and offers quality family fun.
Celebrating the history of firefighting, the Bare Cove Fire Museum is an interesting and educational place for youth and adults alike. The museum features antique fire vehicles, historical machines and documented stories of firefighting in the area.
Newburyport's Maudslay State Park is a park and wildlife preserve open throughout the year. It is especially popular for cross-country skiing and is an important eagle breeding ground. Sections of the park close during breeding season.
Faxon Park is a 7.5 acre park featuring various athletic facilities. Visitors will find two softball fields, an open field, a basketball court, five lighted tennis courts, and a regulation size running track. The park also maintains a children's playground.
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Founded in 1979, Children's Theater At Maudslay the is a performing arts group dedicated to bringing theatrical entertainment to the local community. The theatre performs a number of shows, acting workshops, and summer programs.
Explore one of the most important sites in Revolutionary War history at the Minuteman National Historical Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts. The park is free to enter, and there is no charge to travel Revolutionary Road. There is a small entrance fee for the museum.
Quincy Quarries Reservation is a 22 acre park born from old granite quarries. It is highlighted by huge granite rock walls which can be used for rock climbing, and it also has several hiking trails and picnic areas.