attractions

Area Attractions near Ayer Motor Inn

Winter Fun : There are two great ski destinations close by to the Ayer Motor Inn!

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Nashoba Valley Ski Area : Looking for a great family destination that includes 17 trails including a variety of terrain. There is also a terrain park with jumps, boxes and rails, as well as a small beginner terrain park with rails. The area also features a tubing park with 16 runs served by 4 Poma handle tows. Operating each winter since its opening in 1964, it has 17 trails including a variety of terrain.

After a great day on the slopes enjoy a meal or drink at their amazing lodge
https://www.skinashoba.com


wachusett-mountain

Wachusett Mountain : It is a larger mountain with a summit elevation of 2,006 feet. This mountain offers you 26 trails with the longest being 1.5 m miles long! There are 8 lifts that will transport you to different areas of the mountain quickly.

For more information please use this link.
http://www.wachusett.com


Train

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Located in Downtown Ayer, just one mile from the motel you will find the commuter rail that will connect you right into Boston. From there easily explore Boston using the T or hopon another commuter rail to travel to other great destinations

For more information and train schedules please use this link.
http://www.mbta.com

Walking/Biking Trails

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If you've brought your four legged friend along take advantage of Grotons amazing off leash dog park! Miles of trails through the woods and access to a great river for your pets enjoyment. Humans can enjoy this park all on their own as well.

For more information please use this link.
http://www.doggoes.com/parks/MA/Groton


nashua-river

Looking for something more on the beaten path? Try the Nashua River Rail Trail which is a 12.3 mile trail great for walking, running, and biking. This trail starts off Main Street and will bring you all the way up to Nahsua, NH!

For more information please use this link.
http://www.traillink.com/trail/nashua-river-rail-trail.aspx

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