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The Sturbridge-Brimfield area is nationally known for Old Sturbridge Village and the Brimfield Antique Shows. It is also known for its many unique shops, antique shops, and fine restaurants. Area parks sponsor summer and winter activities in every season; hiking is always in season.



Old Sturbridge Village
Brimfield Antique Fair - 3 Times yearly May-July-September
Antique / Specialty shops

Oakwood Farm Christmas Barn - (Longest Running Christmas Sale on record!)

Fine dining - Salem Cross Inn, Publick House, Rovezzi's, Cedar Street Grill, The Oxhead Tavern to name just a few!
New England Balloon School
Hyland Orchard & Brewery
Sturbridge Pottery
Capen Hill Nature Sanctuary
Brimfield State Forest
Wells State Park
Hiking / biking
Swimming / fishing
1.5 hours to Boston

We are located .8 of a mile from the parking area on ACE property where there is a parking area and trails begin.

What is the Brimfield Trail?

The Brimfield Trail is a section of the Titanic Rail Trail that is planned to run from Palmer to Franklin. Currently, most of the trail runs on an old trolley rail bed which used to operate between Springfield and Fiskdale (Sturbridge). The Trail is currently located on the U. S. Army Corp of Engineers land on the Quinebaug River flood control area. The hope is to continue the trail from it's current area to connect with the Grand Trunk Trail in Sturbridge near the East Brimfield Dam. On the other side of the current section, the trail will continue West to the Brimfield Center and then toward Palmer.




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