Some of my favorite activities . . . Concord, Carlisle and Lincoln Massachusetts

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Some of my favorite activities . . . Concord, Carlisle and Lincoln Massachusetts for you and your family!

As you know, I'm always on the lookout for special places. I have put together a list of some of the greatest places to visit in the area...and did I mention that they are all FREE?

Let me know what you think about any or all of the places.

I was recently at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery for the first time! I visited Authors Ridge where Emerson, Thoreau, Alcott and Horne are all buried, I was surprised that way back then they traveled so far uphill...perhaps because it is so peaceful.

1  The Old North Bridge               313 Monument St., Concord

    Great place to walk, photograph and enjoy the peacefulness


2  Minute Man National Historical Park     250 North Great Rd., Lincoln
    Historic sites, scenic landscape and a lot more!        www.nps.gov/mima


3  Walden Pond                    955 Walden Street, Concord
    Swim, picnic, hike, canoeing, fishing, CC ski and snowshoeing.


4  Bruce Freeman Rail Trail             Old Town Hall, Rt.4, Chelmsford
    New, cycling, jogging, walking, dog walking and skiing.       www.brucefreemantrail.org


5  Great Brook State Park              984 Lowell Street, Carlisle
    Miles of trails, ice cream, mecca for hikers, xc-skiers, horseback riding and cycling.


6  Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge               257 Monsen Road, Concord
    This is a magnet for great bird watching, photography, joggers and more.     www.fws.gov/northeast/greatmeadows/


7  Sleepy Hollow Cemetery             Bedford St., Concord
    Many local, national and international gravesites.


8  Foss Farm                          Bedford Road, Carlisle
    Near the Concord River, Great for walking, training bird & sled dogs and horse riding rings.


9  Concord Art Association            37 Lexington Road, Concord
    Gallery & Museum, variety of changing exhibits. www.concordart.org


10  Fairyland Pond & Hapgood Wrigth Town Forest 
     503 Walden Street, Concord
      A 135 acre parcel of conservation land, varied landscape, ponds & paths.

 

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