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Local Attractions

Discover the Fun Things to Do in Boxborough, MA

Enjoy a wealth of things to do in Boxborough. Our convenient hotel places you near golf courses, apple orchards, historic parks, and outdoor recreation. Here are just a few of the local attractions within easy reach of Boxboro Regency Hotel & Conference Center.

Nashoba Valley Olympia Rink

Share the fun of ice sports at Nashoba Valley Olympia! Located at the Acton/Boxborough line.
 

New England Sports Center

New England Sports Center is the largest ice sports venue for hockey, figure skating, and public skating in North America. 
 

Stow Acres

A local Golf Course, perfect for a nice day to get a round of 18 holes in.
 

Nashoba Winery

A beautiful hilltop winery overlooking the town of Bolton.
 

Old North Bridge And Minuteman National Historical Park

Step back in time to explore the history of the Revolutionary War as you enjoy Old Town New England shops and restaurants, all located just ten miles from the hotel.
 

Kimball Farm

Seven miles from the hotel you can enjoy this classic local ice cream stand with multiple attractions including mini golf, bumper boats, batting cages, pitch and put, and a driving range.
 

Honey Pot Hill Orchard

This popular local apple orchard draws people all the way from Boston, but you’re just six miles away from apple picking, hay rides, and cider doughnuts.
 

Acton Discovery Museum

Bring the kids to enjoy this museum featuring a hedge maze.
 

Shaker Hills Country Club

The classic New England style layout of Shaker Hills Golf Course was fully renovated in 2012, giving the public 18-hole golf course and restaurant.
 

Butternut Farm Golf Course

Family owned and operated for more than 20 years, Butternut Farm features a full 18-hole golf course and a delicious, award-winning onsite restaurant.

Nashoba Valley Ski Area

This local ski area with lodge and restaurant offers a Tiki bar in summer time and haunted houses at Halloween, as well as snow tubing and a Christmas village in winter.

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