New England Magazine Writers (Meet our current writers!)
New England Magazine prides itself on having each and every article published written by a true NewEnglander. The articles cover an array of topics, from news to sports, ski resorts to fishing, and restaurants to shopping destinations. But there’s one thing they all are, and that’s a part of New England.
When trying to find our next great writer, we insist on finding one that is deeply rooted in the region of New England that they represent. They must be a part of the community, enjoy the many attractions and events that go on there, and be familiar with its history and landscape. And most of all, they must be both proud and passionate when it comes to writing about their own slice of New England. If you believe you are a good fit to be a New England Magazine writer Contact Us Here
National Parks, Monuments and Historic Sites
New England attracts millions of people every year to visit some of the nations most historic Parks, Monuments, and Sites. Everywhere from Plymouth Massachusetts, where visitors can see the Plymouth Rock and a replica of the Mayflowers, to the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, which spans across 14 states including Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Due to the enormous amounts of visitors and tourists each year, New England Magazine puts a particular emphasis on providing our readers with information about each individual attraction. Whether you are planning a quick getaway to Cape Cod, or an extended trip to explore everything New England has to offer, you have arrived at the right place! Along with general information about visiting these sites, our contributors regularly write articles about these spots and focus on some of the lesser known aspects of each one. It’s the perfect combination for the avid explorer!
Some of the most visited National Parks in New England that you may want to try and see during your trip are: Cape Cod National Seashore, Acadia National Park, Boston National Historical, Minute Man National Historical Park, and the Salem Maritime National Historical Site.
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New England Real Estate
New England real estate has been a hot commodity ever since the day the Pilgrims first stepped off onto Plymouth Rock. We’re continually developing and improving our real estate section in an effort to provide our readers with a wonderful resource that they can use when trying to find their perfect homes or vacation properties.
Although there are incredibly different markets throughout the 6 states that make up New England; such as when comparing a Boston condo building to a Vermont ski cabin, there’s one element that can be consistent throughout, and that is to have the assistance of a professional and knowledgeable real estate broker to help guide an individual through the buying process. To help achieve this, New England Magazine has partnered with reputable real estate experts in the many communities and towns of New England.
New England Beaches
The New England summer is full of an endless amount of activities and events, such as boating, fishing, county fairs, sports, and camping. However, when the dreary rains of spring finally break, there’s one place most New Englanders head right for. When it’s summertime in New England, people pack coolers, dust off their beach chairs and blankets, and crash on a beach!
The six New England states each boast their own treasure trove of spectacular beach destinations. Maine has the regions longest coastline with 228 miles of natural beauty. From Portland, past Bar Harbor, and all the way to the Bay of Fundy, Maine’s beaches are endlessly serene. Massachusetts isn’t far behind, with 192 miles, including some of New England’s most treasured beaches located on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket. Connecticut and Rhode Island form a picturesque shoreline connecting the region to the state of New York. Although New Hampshire holds the smallest coastline, it more than makes up for it with its striking lake region, especially with the beaches of Lake Winnipesaukee. Finally, even though Vermont is the only New England state without a coastline, there are beautiful lakes and rivers that provide an exciting and pleasurable waterfront experience. The dog days of summer in New England are never quite complete without a long day at the beach with a good book and one’s feet dug into the sand.
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