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Where Can You Go Off New England's Beaten Path This Summer?

Gems like this beautiful pond off the Kancamangus Highway in New Hampshire exist all over New England. (shoothead/Flickr)
Gems like this beautiful pond off the Kancamangus Highway in New Hampshire exist all over New England. (shoothead/Flickr)

Sure, you've taken the kids to Canobie Lake and braved the crowds at Fenway Park. You've probably been up to the beaches near Gloucester and you've certainly been stuck in Route 24 traffic down the Cape.

Sick and tired of crowds? Still want to get outside? Everybody has one, that special off-the-beaten-path summer destination.

From boating in Nickerson State Park to hiking in Lee. From catching a concert in Bethlehem, N.H., to driving the Northeast Kingdom. From Rhode Island to Connecticut to Maine, and everywhere in between.

We're looking for New England's hidden gems. What's yours?

We want to hear from you in the comments, on Facebook, or on Twitter @RadioBoston.

This program aired on July 1, 2010. The audio for this program is not available.

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