May 2023
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Gorgeous Tiny House For Sale!
  • 2016 Load Trail Tiny House
  • Triple axle bumper pull trailer
  • GVWR 21,000 lbs.
  • Solar panels on roof
  • LP Smartside siding, painted. Cedar trim with stainless steel fasteners
  • Anderson 100 series windows with exterior color options
  • Durable 3/4” hardwood floor with radiant heat
  • Dutch style split door
  • Custom lighting throughout, including cascading lights, lanterns with dimmer switches, and copper exterior sconce lights
  • Limestone tile surround shower and tile bathroom floor with live edge sliding door entry
  • Dual lofts with storage stair access
  • Combo washer/dryer
  • Couch pulls out to make another bed
  • Full size refrigerator, dishwasher, farm sink, range oven with stove top.
  • Gas fireplace
  • Designed and built by Wind River Tiny Homes
  • Click for more information and photos.
Let's Go Swimming!
Ready for a refreshing swim? Our heated indoor pool is already open and our heated outdoor pool is schedule to open May 12th. Our 2 Olympic sized pools behind the lodge are scheduled to open Memorial Day Weekend.
Pet Friendly Camping Tips!
New Activities!
Take a look at our summer schedule that features some exciting new activities including Taco Tuesdays with live acoustic music, forest bathing, dive in movies at the pool, and so much more!
Wondering what forest bathing is? According to National Geographic, "The term emerged in Japan in the 1980s as a physiological and psychological exercise called shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing” or “taking in the forest atmosphere”). The purpose was twofold: to offer an eco-antidote to tech-boom burnout and to inspire residents to reconnect with and protect the country’s forests.
While Japan is credited with the term shinrin-yoku, the concept at the heart of the practice is not new. Many cultures have long recognized the importance of the natural world to human health.
Forest bathing is not just for the wilderness-lover; the practice can be as simple as walking in any natural environment and consciously connecting with what’s around you."
Meet Charlie Tipper!
Charlie Tipper is an English Pointer mix who is looking for his forever home. He would love a home with another confident canine companion. Charlie Tipper was shy around people, but after lots of training and patience he is now a social butterfly. He loves going for walks, is house and crate trained. He is an amazing dog who deserves a loving home where he knows that he belongs. Apply today! You won’t regret it!
Things To Do In the Area!
  • 5/4 and 5/18 – Cruise Night at Patriot Place (Bass Pro Shop) – The Mass Cruisers are known throughout New England. Bi-weekly hundreds of cars, owners and fans attend for FREE and enjoy all the sights and sounds of Patriot Place
  • 5/6 12th Annual Classic Car Show at Seekonk Speedway, The 12th Annual Custom Car Show is a FREE event for fans, car only $10 to be in the show. Trophies awarded in 8 catagories. Track is open with free admission to watch Seekonk Speedways NASCAR divisions get ready for Opening Day! Cars must be in place by 11 for judging , burnout drags at 1 pm on the track(limited entries must be signed up by noon and entered in car show) . Awesome entertainment provided by the one and only Crusin Bruce! Food and Drink available inside the speedway!
  • 5/6 NRT’s Spring Farm Festival in North Easton, Free games, family photo booth, tractor exploration station, bubble station, crafts, and more. Food and some craft items will be available for purchase if desired for a small fee. Families are also welcome to bring a picnic lunch and blanket to enjoy outdoors! Vendors may be on site with local crafts, etc. and those items are not included with admission fee.
  • 5/5-5/7 Jane’s Walk in Providence, An annual festival of free, resident-led walking conversations. Explore city neighborhoods on foot during Jane’s Walk, a global weekend festival of walking conversations on May 5-7, inspired by urban activist Jane Jacobs. These interactive walks are led by local residents and community activists who share stories and ask questions that get people thinking, talking, and connecting with each other. Jane’s Walks are free, and anyone can participate! Wear comfortable shoes, meet your walk leader in the designated meeting spot, and get ready for a lively discussion. Providence is one of more than 200 participating cities with Jane’s Walks around the world, and that number grows every year.
  • 5/9-5/14 Brimfield Antique Flea Market, America’s Oldest Outdoor Antiques Flea Market, since 1959, Brimfield, Massachusetts has been the Antique and Collectibles Capital of the United States. Today, there are 21 independent shows and thousands of dealers. As the premiere hot spot for antiquing and collecting in America, Brimfield attracts people from around the world. Rare and unusual items can be found as buyers search through history’s great marketplace. There is excitement among shoppers getting caught up in the spirit of antiquing and the thrill of the hunt. All booths offer a diversified range of antiques and collectibles. Dealers are knowledgeable about their specialties and eager to share their expertise. Brimfield is a veritable adventure in history. Expect to see things rarely seen anywhere else in the world.
  • 5/19-5/29 Rhododendron Festival at Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich, Thousands of world-famous rhododendrons in over 100 varieties offer an explosion of spectacular blooms throughout Heritage. Photograph yourself surrounded by walls of flowers, immerse yourself in the story of Heritage’s fascinating rhododendron legacy on a self-guided walking tour and learn proper plant care and pruning techniques at our hands-on Garden Discovery Cart. You can also take home one (or more!) of these gorgeous plants from a special plant sale! There’s even a fun activity highlighting these amazing plants designed just for kids and families! All extra rhododendron-focused activities are free with museum admission or membership. No advance registration required.
  • 5/20-5/21 7th Annual Newport Oyster and Chowder Festival, Taste your way around the Ocean State! Sip a refreshing cocktail and enjoy oysters and chowder from local growers and vendors on the waterfront all weekend long. Did you know that RI is home to upwards of 45 oyster farms? The flavors are distinctive to each farm, so this is your chance to savor a sampling of them in one festive atmosphere! Oyster growers will be shucking alongside local restaurants and live music under our striped festival tents. The event is open to the public and all food will be available for purchase directly from vendors. Multiple cash bars will also be on site.
  • New Restaurant at Patriot Place – Alex & Byrne is a family-inspired casual counter service restaurant serving up 'food from the road.' This modern American joint will be featuring dishes from roadside diners, BBQ pits and food stalls from across the United States and is the perfect place for foodies, game day tailgaters, neighborhood gatherings, special events, catering and will also include whole pig roasts available for pick up!
  • New at Patriot Place – Crumbl Cookies, It all started with one big dream, two crazy cousins, and the perfect combination of flour, sugar, and chocolate chips. Crumbl was co-founded by Jason McGowan (CEO) & Sawyer Hemsley (COO). They both teamed up and dove head-first into the world of baking. After thousands of dollars in wasted dough, recipes that did not live up to their expectations, and cookies that are just plain embarrassing to them today, the two cousins decided to take their 'perfect cookie quest' to the people. They gathered feedback and tested recipes — a practice that is still part of the Crumbl process — until they created the world’s best chocolate chip cookie.
  • New Brewery in Foxboro - Station One by Shovel Town Brewery, is a new and unique Station One by Shovel Town Brewery, is a new and unique hybrid between a Craft Brewery, Craft Distillery, Craft Winery and Restaurant all housed in a completely reconditioned old Fire House in historic Downtown Foxborough, located at 44 School Street. We are proud to offer locally produced, artisanal craft brewed beverages and complementary foods. All the beverages served are produced by Shovel Town Brewery or for Station One by other local Farmer Distilleries or Wineries. Where possible and feasible the ingredients used for the food served in the tasting room is sourced from local farms and producers. Join us at this unique neighborhood gathering place where you can relax and socialize in an environment of fresh, artisanal, craft beverages, complementary food and good times!
  • New Brewery in Wrentham – 67 Degrees at Wrentham Outlets, Like most craft beer enthusiasts, it all started when one of our founders took that initial sip of a craft beer with the in-laws, which turned into some home brewing, to routine beer stocking stuffers for the holidays, to traveling the country in search of the next great pint. Our goal is to share our passion for exciting craft brews with everyone in our community. We aim to be a place where anyone can have a unique experience with their family, friends, and tail wagging friend around craft beer culture.
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