King Richard's Faire
Hear ye, hear ye! King Richard’s Faire is the biggest annual Renaissance Festival in New England. Grab some mutton and enjoy the jousting match!
Ours isn’t the only Cranberry Bog in the area. In fact, there are tons of them to explore around Massachusetts! Flax Pond Farms can be found right here in Carver.
Savery’s Avenue was the First Divided Highway in America!
Visit the place where the Mayflower first disembarked, and where the Plymouth Colony began!
Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum. When you visit, it will really feel like you’ve traveled back in time — and you might even learn something new!
There are many historic and interesting windmills to be seen across Massachusetts! Check out the historic windmill in Marion, or the Aptucxet Windmill in Bourne!
If you want to enjoy a summer’s day by the ocean, you can’t miss Plymouth Beach! This sandy beach is a go-to spot for swimming and soaking up rays.
Edaville Family Amusement Park
Looking for some family fun outside of the camp environment? Look no further than Edaville Amusement Park! They have rides, games, and even a working railroad track!
Cape Cod Canal
This manmade canal is what separates Cape Cod from mainland Massachusetts. It’s a sight to see — and you might even consider exploring the cape afterwards!