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Westboro is a town you can see and visit in Worchester County, Massachusetts, United States of America. Westboro is also named The Hundredth Town. It has a number of approximately 18,000 residents and an area of 21.6 square miles, of which 1.1 square miles represent water. The first English explorer in the area that is today's Westboro was John Oldham, in 1633. In the late 1675, a few families were already living in what followed to be Westboro, near Lake Chauncy. The city was incorporated in 1717. Notable past or present residents of Westboro include stone crusher inventor Eli Whitney Blake, folk singer Jaime Brockett, author Mark D. Devlin, actor Tod Griffin, skier Nikki Stone and politician John Ruggles. You will be delighted to visit Westboro and we have a list of places you should see.
Top Attractions within Westboro
Assabet Reservoir is a wonderful natural and wild area of Westboro. Thousands of dead trees formed this reservoir in 1969 and since then, this is an important recreational area of the town. This Westboro attraction offers an important place for families to have fun while paddling and spending time in the middle of the nature, enjoying the fresh air, away from polluted cities.
Chauncy Lake is a lovely area where you can enjoy a day off in Westboro. Build sandcastles, play Frisbee, swim, sunbathe and have a great time on the beach. This Westboro attraction is appropriate for families with children, as the beach also has numerous playground areas included and picnic tables.
Canyon Cafe is a bistro that offers daily fresh new dishes of the Mexican cuisine. The food is delicious and the atmosphere of this establishment is lovely and relaxing. Try the tacos, because the recipe is personalized.
Harry's Restaurant and Dairy Bar is a casual restaurant you can visit in Westboro. It offers dishes of the American cuisine and has a large menu, to fit everyone's taste. In this Westboro restaurant, you will enjoy good food and also very good dairy, if you are a fan.