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SHARON, MASSACHUSETTS

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Overview

Sharon of Norfolk County is a town of scenic trails. A large percentage of Massachusetts’ trails and conservation land can be found within Sharon’s borders. The King Philip’s Rock, Bay Circuit, and Warner Trails are just some of the few. A few trails can also be found along Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary and Borderland State Park. Sharon looks like a traditional New England Town—the tree-line streets are traced with winter’s white lace and summer’s leafing greens. Some of the buildings are marked with church spires, while the busy commuter town reveals artists, restaurateurs, academics, professionals, as well as a number of local but lovely enterprises.

Things to Do

Sharon is definitely a nice place to live in. Its naturally beautiful landscape features Lake Massapoag, which is brimming with peace, fun, and beauty. The 400-acre expanse features unparalleled sunsets, which serve as outstanding backgrounds for good swimming, fishing, fireworks, and occasional concerts. The town also boasts of the Massachusetts Audubon Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, a 2,250-acre natural refuge for some of the region’s endemic species. Sharon also has the King Philip’s Rock, Massapoag Brook, and Warner Trails which are perfect for strolling, hiking, cycling, or camping. A former resort hotel, the Community Center serves as an avenue for chess meats, chorales, language lessons, yoga, karate, and dance instructions. Soccer, tennis, basketball, and baseball games are also sponsored by the Recreation Department. Book your Sharon Hotels with Reservations.com.

Exploring the City

MBTA is Sharon’s local regional rail system, and has a stop midway between Stoughton and Mansfield. The station can be found down the street from the town center, at 1 Upland Road. Those coming from the nearby town of Providence may have to choose the commuter rail instead, which has rates for less than half the price. Sharon is served by both the Logan International Airport and T.F. Green Airport. There are no public bus or subway lines in town. Vacationers can bring their own cars, and use either northbound or southbound directions to enter Interstate 95. Route 27 runs through Sharon’s business center.

Tourist Attractions

The 110-acre expanse of Camp Wonderland is set against the beautiful Lake of Massapoag. The Christian camp provides a wonderful alternative to summer camps. Surrounded by 100-foot pine trees and a 350-acre glistening lake, the magnificent camp setting over Ever Wood Day Camp provides families with summer alternatives. The Spring Valley Country Club has a relaxing pool side area, a tennis court, and a par 72 top-rated golf course.

Best Hotel Accommodations

The Holiday Inn Express Sharon-Foxboro Hotel has business amenities that will suit every corporate traveler’s need. The hotel is within easy driving distance of the Boston and Providence areas. Tourists can enjoy the bustle of the big city before retreating to the spacious rooms filled with New England charm. The location of the hotel puts businessmen close to numerous industries and companies, such as Herb Chambers Lexus, Boch Toyota, Siemens, and Rolls-Royce. Econo Lodge Sharon enjoys easy access to the Gillette Stadium and Interstate. The town favorite Mick Morgan’s restaurant is just nearby. The hotel also features high-speed internet in every room, kitchenettes, and access to an outdoor swimming pool.


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