May 2017 | Issue 334                        

Fish Stocking
Earth Day at Normandy
Mother's Day
May Rentals
Things To Do in the Area
Looking For My Furever Home
Yoga + Hiking = :)
Birthdays and Anniversaries
How are we doing?


Everyone who tows a camper knows that it is a very different driving experience than just cruising around in your car or truck. But what you may not have known, is that each state has specific laws and regulations for towing campers on highways and other public roads. Here are the laws and regulations for New England (and a few other surrounding states) so you and your family can stay safe on the road!
Towing speed limit: 55 mph
Did you know?: RVs are not allowed in carpool lanes in Connecticut.
Towing speed limit: 55 mph
Did you know?: Any trailer being towed in the state of Pennsylvania must be equipped with a fully functioning brake system.
Towing speed limit: 65 mph
Did you know?: Maine only allows one boat or travel trailer to be towed.
Towing speed limit: 55 mph
Did you know?: Trailers are not permitted on many parkways in the Boston area.
New Hampshire
Towing speed limit: 65 mph
Did you know?: Overnight parking in New Hampshire rest areas is not allowed.
New York
Towing speed limit: 55 mph
Did you know?: Liquid propane is prohibited in all New York tunnels.
Rhode Island
Towing speed limit: 55 mph
Did you know?: Rhode Island does allow overnight parking in state rest areas.
Towing speed limit: 65 mph
Did you know?: All trailers traveling through Vermont are required to carry a usable fire extinguisher.
To see a complete list of all state towing regulations, click here!
Happy (and safe) Camping! :)

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Fish Stocking  
Ready to go catch and release fishing? We've stocked our pond with rainbow, brook and brown trout! 
Earth Day at Normandy    
We planted 73 White and Norway Spruce trees and had tons of fun while we did it!
Mother's Day
Looking for something special for Mom? How about a massage with one of our Massage Therapists or a Normandy Farms Gift card? Click here to view our weekend activities. and don't forget about the Mother's Day Reception at 2:00PM on Saturday for Mom's only. Join us for some refreshments and games. Everyone has a chance to win some great prizes!! Featuring a chocolate fountain for your sweet tooth. Mother of the Year Awards will be presented at the reception in the main hall to our winning MOMS. Click here to nominate our Mother of the Year for 2017.  
May Rentals     
We still have a few rentals available in May!  
  • May 5-7 Vermont & NY Weekend - A11, A16, A17, Y2, & Y3
  • May 12-14 Mother's Day Weekend - A12 & Y2
  • May 19-21 Dog's Day and Armed Forces Weekend - A11, A12, Y1, & Y2
These won't last long so call today to reserve! 866-673-2767
Things To Do In the Area   
Our Concierge has assembled a list of things to do in the area:
  click here to heck out some of the local activities!
Looking For My Furever Home 
This adorable fun loving guy is Sperry, an 11 month old English Foxhound. Sperry is looking for a new forever home since his owners passing and has adjusted great to living in a foster home. Sperry loves to run, jump, play and just have a good time with everyone he meets including his canine foster siblings.   He attends doggie day care a few times a week and loves his canine companions! He would love a forever home that can keep up with his energy and would love to have a canine sibling of his own! Although this boy can be high energy he loves to hang out and snuggle with his foster family.
Click here to view more beautiful dogs looking for their forever home.
Yoga + Hiking!
Do you love yoga and being in nature? Join Angela Cote and Kristine Daniels for an adventure of yoga and nature hike in F. Gilbert Hills State Park at 45 Mill St. Foxboro, MA. This is a two and half hour adventure from 9am to 11:30am. Experience a guided nature hike (approximately 2 miles) learning of the local fauna and flora. The hike will transition into a quiet contemplation and awareness to arrive in an open area for a Mindful Movement and Flow Yoga Class for one hour. Please be aware of proper footwear - no sandals or flip flops. Sneakers and hikers only. Mats & straps will be provided for each student. Don't forget hydration! Bringing water is essential. Feel free to bring a snack if needed.
When: Saturday, May 20th at 9am-11:30am
Where: Gilbert Hills State Forest Headquarters at 45 Mill St. in Foxboro
Cost: $35/person
Sign up online today - limited availability!
Birthdays and Anniversaries
May Birthdays
Chris Galvin 5/1, Mike Murphy 5/4, Courtney Costa 5/6, Allan Newton 5/10, Ed Duffy 5/15, Jonathan Parker 5/19, Jenna Marie Hall 5/19, Christopher Ryan 5/19, Paul Gunnard 5/22, Zachary, Jacob, & Kayleigh Harris 5/23, Michael Pendergast 5/24, Debra Gunnard 5/26, Shaun Daniels 5/30, Diane Larson 5/31.
May Anniversaries
Jack & Jean O'Connor 5/23,
Diana and Jim Blais 5/26
We look forward to providing you and your family with the finest services and amenities for a truly memorable camping experience.




The Daniels Family

Normandy Farms