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Boston is a city that you can celebrate all four seasons in. The Parks Dept. and the Trustees of Reservations feature an amazing array of parks to enjoy all year round. Boston area parks include landmakrs like The Boston Common, and the Charles River Esplanade, as well as unique spots like Purgatory Chasm and Castle Island & Fort Independence. An annual
is a great way to save on parking fees.
Boston Common Carousel
Enjoy an old-fashioned carousel ride on the Boston Common from mid-April to the end of October. Tickets are $3 per rider with 10 ride punch cards available for $25.
Breezy Picnic Waterslides
A family-owned recreational water facility complete with sandy beaches, alpine water slides, picnic areas and a snack bar. Fun for all ages.
Canobie Lake Park
Canobie Lake Amusement Park is chock full of fun for children of all ages. Adults and families with children alike will enjoy a day trip here!
Edaville Railroad is a fun family amusement park in South Carver, Massachusetts. The family fun park is less than an hour from both Boston and Providence.
York's Wild Animal Kingdom
Located in York Beach, Maine, York's Animal Kingdom has something to offer every member of the family. Enjoy a variety of family rides, paddle boats, an 18 hole miniature golf course, a petting zoo, scenic picnic...
Bousquet Mountain Seasonal Fun
Bousquet Mountain offers skiing in winter, but when the snow is gone, enjoy six waterslides, an activity pool, zip-line, 9-hole disc golf course, mini-golf, bungy-trampoline, climbing wall, bounce castle and the brand...
Bromley Family Fun Mountain
Youíll find all sorts of outdoor family fun at Bromley Park, best known for featuring the Alpine Slide. The Alpine Slide takes advantage of the mountain during the off-season for skiing.
CoCo Key Indoor Water Resort
Key West moves to Massachusetts at CoCo Key Water Resort in Danvers! New Englandís first indoor waterpark resort, itís a great anytime getaway for the whole family.
Great Wolf Lodge New England (Formerly CoCo Key Water Park)
Coco Key Fitchburg closed to the public on September 2, 2013 for a substantial, long-term renovation. Great Wolf Resorts is running the new operation.
Jay Gee's Ice Cream & Fun Center
Jay Gee's Ice Cream & Fun Center offers Ice cream, go-karts (Family Track or Slick Track, bumper boat rides, a batting cage, mini-golf, an arcade, and birthday parties.
Lake Compounce,the nation's oldest amusement park, features Connecticut's biggest water park and has added two thrilling new rides as it prepares to open for the season.
Liquid Planet Water Park
Liquid Planet Water Park is a locally-owned and family-run, inspired by New Hampshire's great outdoors. Enjoy slides, a lake with a beach, mini golf, a zip-line, and more.
Six Flags New England & Hurricane Harbor
The Northeast's largest theme park. Eight mega coasters twist and turn throughout the park including the Superman ride of steel, one of the tallest and fastest
Fairy Tale based amusement park geared toward younger children (ages 0-5). Lots of Story Book themed rides & amusements, sightseeing train, flume, antique cars, a great circus and more.
Cool off this summer and enjoy the thrills and chills of Water Country's super slides, giant wave pool, adventure rivers, rafting and more!
Fun for the whole family, Water Wizz has something for everyone, including a giant wave pool, toddler areas, super slides, and a relaxing river float.
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