Things to do in Sharon, MA:
- At Battleship Cove – find the direction signpost and take a picture.
- Chase the sunset over Lake Massapoag and take in the colours of the evening scenes. The sky is different every day.
- Go for a run in the morning around the lake, smile to random strangers, and enjoy the breeze.
- Go to the beach at the south of Lake Massapoag. Soak in the icy cold water, and either freeze to death or get used to it.
- Chill in the backyard of Camp Wonderland. Watch the falling pollen slowly fill your hair or phone screen.
- Watch the change in the vibrancy of the backyard garden. It’s amazing how the flowers grow (accounting for the pollens everywhere) depending on the weather. It was 9 degrees when Blossom and I discovered the rose garden on day 3, and 27 degrees on day 6 when we casually revisited it for a stroll, realising there were so many more roses and other flowers that bloomed within such a short period of time.
- In the neighbourhood – appreciate the flower gardens because you get to see bumblebees and their pollination processes up close. Some of us also played basketball at the court nearby.
- Find the abandoned red house with the piano. It is accessible to public and I don’t think it’s haunted.
- Sit on the swing outside the abandoned red house.
- For those who sketch, Sharon has one of the nicest neighborhoods with photogenic houses.
- On sunny days, lie on the lawn and enjoy the sky view. The clouds seem to be bigger and fluffier here.
- Go crazy at Wrentham Village Premium Outlets. Many of the branded stores (I would say almost all) have discount upon discount.
- Fall in love with the lady in the kitchen, Lina. She cooks AMAZING food.
- If you’re lucky, you’ll find wild foxes and deers in Sharon. Some of us saw a baby fox right outside the chapel at the Campsite. Apparently there’s a family of foxes residing nearby. Blossom and I also saw a majestic deer right outside our windows on our last day.
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