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Maine, Vermont & Massachusetts

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I would love to get some help with our summer trip. We are a family of 4 (2 daughters ages 10 & 13) We will be driving up to Maine at the end of June for 4-5 days. The only must see that I know of is Acadia National Park. Then we will be spending a week at Trapp Family Guest Houses for the week of July 4th (this can't be changed). What are some good ideas within 1-2 hours of Stowe, VT? Then we will be heading to the Boston area where we can have up to a week to explore Massachusetts. We can break this up over several places, but want ot include Boston. Then it will be back to South Carolina.

ANY must sees, restaurants, etc. in these 3 states. We generally enjoy short hikes (up to 3 miles), National Parks, maybe try canoeing?, history, etc. I know this is quite a broad question, but have not seen much in the way of postings for New England in the summer for families. Thanks in advance for all your help!

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