8 Things in Charlton 

1.Tree House Brewing Company-This is a non-distributing enterprise, which means you have to go to the source for cans or pours.

2.Old Sturbridge Village-In the village you can tour handsome old residences, and businesses like a law office, tin shop, tavern, bank and cider mill.

3.Fay Mountain Farm-In Charlton’s historic Northside Village the 65-acre Fay Mountain Farm was acquired by the town in 2002.

4.Buffumville Lake-One thing you can do here is hike the paved blue-blazed trail around the lakeshore, which is 7.2 miles long and has some impressive vantage points.

5.Midstate Trail-The trail enters Charlton just north of Buffumville Lake, winding past several ponds and through Fay Mountain Farm on the way to Spencer.

6.Northside Village Historic District-This building belongs to the Charlton Historical Society, and is open for guided tours on select days in the summer.

7.Capen Hill Nature Sanctuary-the Tree House Brewing Company there’s an 86-acre nature sanctuary, managed by a non-profit organization and open to the public free of charge.

8.Ronnie’s Seafood-Typically open from Good Friday to Columbus Day, Ronnie’s Seafood is a summer institution in Charton, reaching back more than half a century now.

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