Nashua, New Hampshire City Tour

Another “Slice of New Hampshire Life” brought to you buy Rudy Mayer Honored by Money Magazine as “The Best Place to Live in America” not once, but twice, Nashua, New Hampshire is c entrally located just 30 miles north of Boston, 60 miles to the seacoast, 70 miles to the Lakes Region, and 90 miles to the White Mountains – you won’t find a more ideal location in which to enjoy the best of what New England has to offer. Historic downtown Nashua offers an amazing variety of shops, restaurants, cafes and boutiques… Mines Falls Park is one of the most instantly recognizable and vital parts of the city. Located in the heart of Nashua, it’s comprised of 325 acres of forests, wetlands and open fields. Visitors can enjoy numerous passive recreational activities such as walking, boating, fishing, hiking, cross country skiing and biking can be found at Mine Falls – and there are several ball fields for organized sports. Roby Park in South Nashua offers an outdoor skating rink and sledding hill – even after dark, complete with artificial snowmaking for those winters when mother nature doesn’t cooperate. Anchoring the North End is Greeley Park – full of families enjoying their time together. With hiking trails, woods, picnic areas, playgrounds & wading pools, horseshoe pits, tennis courts and ball fields, Greeley Park is a community favorite. It is the site of many events at the band shell, from Shakespeare in the park, to concerts to the Fairy Festival to the
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