There is so much to do in Sudbury during the summer. Not even the top 10 gets them all. I hope you enjoy your summer in Sudbury!

Visit the Wayside Inn. This historic inn is one of the oldest operating inns in the country, and it has hosted many famous guests over the years, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry David Thoreau, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.


Explore the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge. This refuge is home to a variety of wildlife, including beavers, otters, and deer. You can go for a hike, canoe, or kayak in the refuge.


Visit the Fruitlands Museum. This museum is located on the site of a utopian community that was founded in the 1840s. The museum offers tours, exhibits, and workshops that explore the history of the community and its ideals.


Take a scenic drive on Route 20. This road winds through the Sudbury countryside and offers stunning views of the surrounding area.


Visit the Minuteman National Historical Park. This park preserves the site of the first battles of the American Revolution. You can go for a hike, visit the visitor center, or watch a reenactment of the battles.


Go stargazing at Great Brook Farm State Park. This park has dark skies, making it a great place to see the stars. There are also hiking trails, a pond, and a farmstead to explore.


Have a picnic at Lake Cochituate. This lake is a popular spot for swimming, boating, and fishing. There are also picnic areas and playgrounds nearby.


Visit the Sudbury Farmers Market. This market is held every Saturday from May to October and features local produce, baked goods, and other products.


Go for a hike in the Sudbury Town Forest. This 1,000-acre forest has trails for all levels of hikers, as well as a swimming pond, a picnic area, and a playground.


Close out the summer with the Sudbury Colonial Faire and Fife & Drum Muster. Held at the historic Longfellow's Wayside Inn, enjoy a full day of music, muskets, history, and fun.

What's on your list?