A picturesque park that is popular with photographers, families, and dog walkers. It’s not very large, but there are many nooks and crannies to explore, along with some fun spots to discover. This scavenger hunt will get you to all parts of the park! HOW TO GET THERE Address: River St. West Bridgewater, MA 02379Continue reading “WEST BRIDGEWATER – War Memorial Park”
When we were kids, our dad would mark the end of every school year with a last-day-of-school trip to Plymouth. After eating a mile-long hot dog at Lobster Hut (no fish for us as kids!), we’d make our way to the beach for a late afternoon swim and some playing in the sand. We cherishContinue reading “PLYMOUTH – The Harbor, Brewster Gardens, and Court St.”
This is a great FREE event that was organized by local Girl Scout Reilly Clark. She designed a series of scavenger hunts for kids of all ages, ranging from easy to difficult. The hunts are a great combination of tasks related to nature as well as social-emotional/bonding questions to foster teamwork and group identity formation.Continue reading “EASTON – NRT Sheep Pasture Scavenger Hunt”
This lovely little park, tucked away in an unlikely place (near the Highway Department), makes a great spot for a picnic or a short walk. There is more here on these 12 acres than meets the eye–if you’re willing to explore a little. HOW TO GET THERE 93 High St. Bridgewater, MA 02324 Parking isContinue reading “BRIDGEWATER – Stanley Iron Works Park”
The 1,000 Hour Outside Challenge is the best thing we’ve found all year (we did not invent this)! It’s free, it’s simple and straightforward, and it works! You don’t need to register or sign up–simply join the Facebook Group (if you want–you don’t have to) to get some amazing ideas and get your family outside!Continue reading “The 1,000 Hours Outside Challenge”
Weston Park, behind the Tufts Library in Weymouth, is perfect for sledding, especially with little ones.