Hudson in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, is a town located along the Massachusetts state line. It is home to more than 24,000 people and is the ninth most populous municipality in the state. Tour the town this weekend and see its attractions with a charter bus in Hudson, New Hampshire.
Get on a charter bus in Hudson, New Hampshire and visit Hills Memorial Library, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of New Hampshire's oldest public lending libraries. This former public library was built around 1908 but was closed in 2009 - exactly 100 years after it was opened - with its collection moved to the new George H. and Ella M. Rodgers Memorial Library.
Another site listed on the National Register of Historic Places is G.O. Sanders House, located in the center of Hudson. Built in 1873, this 2-1/2 story wood frame house boasts a French Second Empire style.
Yet another national historic site is the Hills House, which was built in 1890 as a summer home for Albert and Ida Verginia Hills. This 2-1/2 story wood frame house is a great example of Shingle style, with a variety of roof lines, porches, projections, and a turret with conical roof. The house is now being used by the local historical society as a museum and a meeting space.
There are two small recreational lakes in Hudson. The first is Robinson's Pond, which is located in the northern part of town and features a public access beach and a boat ramp. The there's Otternic Pond, which you can find between Hudson Village and Hudson Center and which has a public boat landing. Both of these ponds are often used for fishing during the summer and for ice hockey and ice skating during the winter.
You can also ask your charter bus in Hudson, New Hampshire to drive you and the entire family to Musquash Pond, a wild bird sanctuary that is used as a breeding ground for several endangered and threatened species of birds.
You can also check out Benson Park, which used to be Benson's Wild Animal Farm and is now a town park for recreational use. It has trails, a paved walk, a playground, a picnic area, green space, several ponds, a 9-11 memorial, dog parks, and some of the original animal cages.
If you want to play a round of golf, you can go to the Green Meadow Golf Club. This is made up of two 18-hole courses built upon a cluster of old farms. The town's one other golf course is the Whip-Poor-Will Golf Club.
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