200 Worcester Providence Turnp
Sutton, MA 01590
Phone: (508) 865-5222
Fax: (508) 581-9885
Just outside the city of Worcester is Hebert Candies. Founded in 1917, Hebert Candies has been New England's primary producer of chocolates and candies. The mansion, purchased by the owner in 1946, has been home to the candy company ever since, with chocolate made on the premise and a complete candy store inside. You can find seasonally-themed chocolate pops, a do-it-yourself ice cream bar and even hold birthday parties or other events at the mansion. Tasty chocolates and unique sweet treats are the reason to come out here to pick up some goodies for the kids or yourself!
A par 72 - 18 hole public golf course.
Learn to ski at the Ski Ward Ski and Snowboard School. Using great techniques for teaching and improving one's ability to transforming a beginner to an expert. the ski lessons are great and fees are affordable. Instructions for racing are also available, the ideas and learning methods teach one perfection and a good foundation for skiing and snowboarding. Along with these, the resort is famous for lodge, restroom services, first aid rooms, etc.
The Moore State Park is 400-acres (about 162-hectares) of dedicated outdoor and open space. The park is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The gorgeous landscape at Moore State Park includes several historic sites, like remnants of former saw and gristmills, and is also home to some of the most beautiful azaleas and mountain laurel in Massachusetts. Bask in the natural beauty and indulge in recreational activities like canoeing, fishing, hiking and cross-country skiing for a memorable time.
This ice rink, located in North Smithfield, offers private locker rooms, a pro shop, a snack bar, a video arcade area, and instruction in the safest, most efficient, and successful approaches to skating.
Situated on what was once a prominent farm, enjoy a round of golf on this eighteen hole championship course that features a pro shop and wonderful banquet facilities available for any occation.
Over 48 acres of woods and salt marsh with trails and viewing of birds including Great Egrets, Snowy Egrets, and Glossy Ibis as well as plant life.
Tantiusques is located at Sturbridge, Massachusetts. It is a open space reservation and historic site owned and managed by The Trustees of Reservations. This area is known for its old and defunct graphite mines. This area is also listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places.
The Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary is a 34.803 hectare (86 acre) stretch of green expanse that offers visitors a chance to experience nature. Complete with nature trails and specialized gardens, the sanctuary ensures an educational and interesting day out. Come here for a picnic with family or explore the wilderness along one of the trails. One can find numerous varieties of fish, birds, muskrats and turtles. The butterfly garden showcases a variety of brilliantly colored insects. Visit the onsite nature center for more detailed information regarding the park. The park is open from dawn to dusk.
Public par three, nine hole golf course with dining facilitis on-site.
A 17.1 mile by 12 foot wide scenic bike-path under construction by the Department of Environmental Management and the Department of Transportation.
The Dexter Training Ground just south of Federal Hill is a small park that used to be an actual military drill field during the Civil War. It is named after Ebenezer Knight Dexter, a local benefactor and philanthropist who donated the land. One of the main highlights is the magnificent Rhode Island State Armory that stands majestically at the end of the park. Today, the training ground itself is primarily a dog park, however it still has trails that allow cyclists, joggers and anyone else to enjoy the outdoors.