photos and video by Eric H., VisitingNewEngland.com. Norfolk, MA,
photo by Joan H.
Many times, the most memorable New England travel destinations are
found on the backroads of New England, or those you just won't find in
your basic travel guide. Yes, famous places like the Old
North Bridge in Concord, MA, or the 1761 Old Mill Restaurant in
Westminster are virtual household names, but less-known travel
destinations like the 1809 Brown and Hopkins Country Store in
Chepachet, RI, and
the West Brookfield, MA, town common have a low-profile, hidden gem
profile that make you feel like you've made your own special travel
Fortunately, New England has a seemingly endless offering of famous and
not-so-famous back roads travel highlights. We
hope you enjoy this video, featuring the best of some back road
scenes from the aforementioned, and also Acadia National Park, Maine,
Putnam, CT, North Easton Village, MA, Echo Lake in the White Mountains
of New Hampshire, Burke Mountain in East Burke VT, maple sugaring at
Moose Hill in Sharon, MA, and many more classic, traditional New
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