Camping on Boston Harbor’s Bumpkin Island

When it comes to unique camping destinations, it’s hard to top Bumpkin Island. This 32-acre, scrub- and sumac-covered hillock in Boston Harbor…
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Seeking the Source: Fall Trailer

Explore New England’s host Tom Richardson and filmmaker AJ Derosa have been gathering footage for ENE’s first feature film. See what they’ve been up to!
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Lake Winnie Paddling Trip: Stonedam Island

Lake Winnipesaukee is a big body of water (the largest in New Hampshire), but most of its shoreline is privately owned and off-limits…
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Paddling Clinton’s Indian River

Visitors to the Clinton, Connecticut, area who are looking for a great spot to kayak or paddleboard would do well to check out the Indian River, a scenic tidal waterway. You can access the river at the Clinton Landing & Gazebo, behind the Town Hall…
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Casting About the Connecticut

World-class fly fishing for salmon and trout awaits the angler on a trip to the Upper Connecticut River in northern New Hampshire.
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Scenic Stops: Huntington Cascades & Little Flume

In Dixville Notch State Park, some 12 miles east of the town of Colebrook on Rte. 26, you’ll find several hiking trails suitable for families and beginner-level hikers. One of these is the Huntington Cascades trail, which is just 0.4 miles round-trip.
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Calling on Quissett

This cozy and protected Buzzards Bay harbor is beloved by boaters seeking a place to relax and unwind. Many boaters, especially those cruising the coast, know Quissett Harbor as a good spot to wait out the current change in nearby Woods Hole Passage or the Cape Cod Canal.
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Winni Awakening

Join ENE host Tom Richardson as he experiences the annual rebirth of New Hampshire’s largest lake through a salmon-trolling trip and a mid-May kayak excursion to Stonedam Island.
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Snowmobiling the Great North Woods

Learn why the northern section of New Hampshire touts itself as the “snowmobiling capital of New England.”
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North Country Camping

New Hampshire’s North Country is loaded with camping option, both private and public. Those looking for a true “wilderness” experience can choose from one of the region’s primitive sites, while those who want to enjoy camping with…
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