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This breezy oceanfront restaurant features multi-level seating options, a dock for visiting boaters to tie up, and a delicious selection of craft cocktails, cold drafts, and impeccable wines. The menu here is casual and fresh, with plenty of crowd pleasers to go around. Order a round of nachos or loaded potato skins for the table or sidle up to a dish all your own–from crisp salads and hearty sandwiches to familiar favorites like fish and chips, salmon, chicken parm, and burgers. This cheery spot is great for both lunch and dinner and is conveniently located onsite at the marina.
Just minutes away from Boston’s city center, this chain of 34 islands and peninsulas serve as the ideal urban oasis for visitors to explore, play, and relax. The seasonal public ferry system can shuttle you to most locations, while others can be accessed by car or on foot. Camping, swimming, boating, historical tours and nature walks are all popular activities at the park–there’s something here for every member of your crew to enjoy.
This picturesque spot is a favorite among campers for its gorgeous natural beauty and diverse history. Originally settled by Native Americans, the island has also served as a spot for drying fish and smelting and later became the site for a children’s hospital built by Boston philanthropist Albert Burrage. Visitors can still explore what remains of the farmhouse and the hospital. Other popular activities include hiking, tide-pooling, picnicking, and grilling on the onsite charcoal grills.
This annual tradition of lighting up the harbor with the glow of over a thousand flares is one that you won’t want to miss. This single-night spectacle pays homage to Hull Harbor’s rich maritime history and is a fun and memorable event the entire family will love. Tours, music, food, and other activities lead up to the big magical moment, so come early so you can enjoy a whole evening of festivities. Be sure to check dates and details when planning your visit as some specifics will change from year to year.
Situated on the shores of Nantasket Beach, the Paragon Boardwalk is a family-friendly open-air public gathering space full of fun things to do and see. Play a round of mini-golf, try your luck at the arcade, peruse the rotating art exhibitions, enjoy an amazing sunset over the Boston skyline, or grab a cold cocktail and a bite to eat from a food truck or culinary vendor. The boardwalk is a fantastic spot to spend an afternoon for groups, families, and couples alike.
This family-owned and run microbrewery on Doctor’s Island (also known as “The Rock”) operates out of a cottage dating back to the late 19th century. With stunning 360-degree views and a line-up of unique and delicious craft brews, a stop to this taproom is essential for any and all beer lovers in your crew.