Playgrounds: Hull has many playgrounds for children of all ages. The following is a list of playgrounds from the south part of town to the north.
These fields are open to the public until dark. Please use at your own risk. Fields located directly on school grounds are not open to the general public. No alcoholic beverages or open fires are allowed.
Hull Lifesaving Museum: Open daily during the season and open by appointment for schools and groups. Here you can visit the museum, take a rowing course, learn the 'Breeches Buoy" or take one of their many after school craft programs. For more information visit their website at www.hulllifesavingmuseum.org.
Paragon Carousel: Ride one of the nations oldest wooden horse carousels made famous when it was preserved when Paragon Park was torn down in the early 80's. Many of the horses have been refurbished and rides on the carousel are very affordable. You can support the carousel by buying a brick in your name or taking a chance on a raffle to name a horse. Visit their website for all the information at www.paragoncarousel.com
Go to the Beach! With 5 miles of sandy beach, Nantasket Beach is a great place for your family to swim, surf, explore the rocks and search the tide pools for hermit crabs and other treasures. Our beach is great for all beach activities and is open all year long. In the off season, enjoy most of the beach to yourself. Jog, play Frisbee or build a big sand castle. Remember to bring your sunscreen, but if you don't, visit one of our many chamber retailers to pick some up!
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