If you're bringing the entire family on your visit, leave plenty
of time for fun!
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For New England's largest theme park, head to Six Flags New England in Agawam. Experience the "Glow in the Park Parade", an all new nighttime spectacular with dramatic state-of-the-art floats, cirque-style music and thousands of sparkling lights! The Dept. of Conservation and Recreation presents Park Passport, a program where families are encouraged to continure to visit parks statewide in an effort to fill their passport with stamps from all the parks. Bring the whole family to Southwick's Zoo, the largest zoo in New England. Head to Campanelli Stadium in Brockton and catch a game with Brockton Rox, a minor league baseball team. On the North Shore, Salem Willows features a seaside promenade and amusement park with arcade games, children's rides and a harbor cruise. No matter what the weather is outside it'll feel like Summer at Coco Key Indoor Water Park.On Martha's Vineyard, the Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest in the nation, delights young children. Or stop at one of the many farmstands or "pick your own" orchards across the state to bring home strawberries, peaches, apples or pumpkins.
When you want an activity that's fun for the whole family, you'll find it in Massachusetts.
Soak up the sun, then cool off! Splash and swim the summer away in pools and ponds statewide.more
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