New England Visitors Network

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Welcome to New England
New England is the term Americans use to describe the six northeastern states in the US. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east, New York and New York City to the south and west and Canada to the north, these six states make up a region that is rich in history and in recreational opportunities.

Our Visitors Network© is designed to enable you to find towns, recreational ideas, lodging, real estate... and much more. Organized county by county as well as by geography and by topic, if you can't find what you are looking for, it's because it's not on the web.
Take your time, learn the format, which is applied in all of the states we have online, and you'll be able to plan a day, a weekend or an entire vacation of fun and leisure.

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Connecticut Connecticut
The Mystic Coast, especially Mystic Seaport, Connecticut and Housatonic River Valleys, Historic Ship Nautilus and Submarine Museum in Groton, Thimble Islands, and the numerous resorts and communities of the Berkshires in the northwest make Connecticut a great place to explore. Connecticut is a great destination at anytime of the year, especially for families, history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts. Fall colors are exceptional and the beauty of the coastline can be enjoyed year-round. There are currently over 8,000 Connecticut travel, tourism and recreation-related businesses organized on this site by topic and by geography. Use the drop-down lists to explore Connecticut by county, by town or by topic. Visit Connecticut.

Maine's heritage is as colorful and diverse as its landscape. From its seafaring roots to its rich arts tradition, Maine holds an important place within the American cultural experience. Visit historic sites where America's past comes alive. Explore glorious lighthouses that have lit the way for generations of sailors and fishermen. Browse wonderful museums and delight in their marvelous treasures. Enjoy local fairs and festivals where traditions of old become the celebrations of today. Maine's terrain stretches from the mountains to the sea and offers a world of outdoor adventure opportunities. Climb majestic mountains. Hike through wooded trails and bike along scenic roads. Embark on a peaceful sunset sail. Discover the world of sea kayaking. Experience an amazing whitewater rafting adventure or a relaxing canoe trip. Play a round of golf at ocean's edge or in mountain's shadow. Explore Maine - the Outdoor Adventure Capital of the East. Visit Maine.

Massachusetts Massachusetts
The Massachusetts Visitors Network is focused on helping you to find recreational opportunites, make leisure time plans... and even buy property in Massachusetts. Like all of our Network sites it is structured using the smallest logical government unit... the county. In each county you can find local lodging, attractions, real estate agents, shopping opportunities, unique town websites and more. Visit Massachusetts.

New Hampshire
Ever since becoming the first American state to declare independence, in January 1776, New Hampshire has been proud to go its own idiosyncratic way. The absence of a sales tax, or even a personal income tax, is seen as a fulfillment of the state motto, "Live Free or Die." The state has long gained inordinate political clout as the venue of the first primary election of each presidential campaign, with its villages well used to playing host to would-be world leaders. Hiking, climbing, cycling and skiing are enjoyed both by energetic locals and by the many visitors who drive up from Boston and New York. The major destinations are Lake Winnipesaukee , and Conway, Lincoln and Franconia in the mountains further north. Mount Washington is in Coos County. The lakes, islands and snowcapped peaks themselves are spectacular. To see the bucolic rural scenery more usually associated with New England, take a detour off the main roads up the Merrimack Valley - to Canterbury Shaker Village near Concord, for example. And some say that the area around Cheshire County and Keene, NH is the "Currier and Ives" America has come to love. Visit New Hampshire.
New Hampshire

Rhode Island Rhode Island
This, the smallest state of the Union, at a mere 48 miles long by 37 miles wide, tends to be overlooked as a destination, even if it is home to more than twenty percent of the nation's historical landmarks. Despite its size, Rhode Island has over four hundred miles of coastline hacked out of the Narragansett Bay; it is, in fact, made up of over thirty tiny islands, including Hope and Despair. The " Ocean State " therefore developed through sea trade, whaling and smuggling. Today, the state's principal destinations are its two original ports: well-heeled Newport , yachting capital of the world, with good beaches and outrageously extravagant mansions, and the colonial college town of Providence. Block Island , about thirty miles south of Newport, has a popular state beach, while the rest of Rhode Island is largely made up of sleepy small towns and fishing ports. Visit Rhode Island.

Vermont comes closer than any New England state to realising the quintessential image of small-town Yankee America, with its white churches and red barns, covered bridges and clapboard houses, snowy woods and maple syrup. No city manages a population of more than forty thousand (only Burlington comes close) and the chief tourist attraction is Ben and Jerry's ice-cream factory in Waterbury. Though rural, the landscape is not all that agricultural, as much is covered by mountainous forests (the state's name comes from the French vert mont , or green mountain). The people who choose to live here are a mix of hippies and diehard conservatives working together to preserve their environment and welcoming you to visit their part of the US. Explore this gorgeous state and you just may find your second home! Visit Vermont.
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Burlington, Vermont

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