11 Places You Have to Visit this Vacation Week
Only in Your State came up with a list of places that are absolutely stunning in the spring time. Three of those places are on Cape Cod and are just a short ride from the Southcoast!
Here's the list of the top 11 places to visit this spring in Massachusetts:
This campground is located literally on Aldrich Mill Pond with a beautiful waterfall running through it. For more info click here.
A New England country store that's more than 115 years old, this general store makes you feel like you just stepped into a time machine Talk about blast from the past. For more info click here.
This place is so close to us! Heritage Museum & Gardens is home of the 35,000 grape hyacinths purple flower river. For more info click here.
Hull is a town located on the North Shore and is connected to the mainland by a strip of land going out of Cohasset. For more info click here.
Another Cape Cod setting, the lavender farm is a beautiful place if you're looking for whimsical colors. For more info click here.
This scenery is like looking at a picture with a filter on it except, it's all real! With a 617-acre sapphire jewel like lake, you'd be crazy not to visit this place. For more info click here.
Another spot in Heritage Museum & Garden! The adventure park includes a course you can walk on in the trees. All ages are welcome to swing and balance among the trees. For more info click here.
This rooftop restaurant gives you a view from up top. It doesn't just feature a restaurant but also a swimming pool! For more info click here.
Instead of camping in a normal tent or cabin, you can rent a special structure surrounded by screens so you get the full nature experience. For more info click here.
Now, we've talked about this roller coaster more than once on Fun 107 before. It's a roller coaster YOU can control, and it goes through beautiful woods! Read the blog we wrote about it here.
Another scenery that takes place in the woods, Zoar Outdoor is a place people can zip line through the trees 50 ft above the ground! For more info click here.