The energy of the fans, the easy parking and travel time, the reasonable prices for a family, and the skill of the players make watching a Dartmouth game a thing to do whether you’re a local or a visitor.
It’s a family friendly event too. Once I went to a semi-pro hockey game and they spent more time fighting than playing hockey; this was not the case at the game I went to. I got to see the players demonstrate athleticism, precision, and sportsmanship.
I can’t wait to check out the other winter sports Dartmouth has as well for both men and women: basketball, tennis, swimming and diving, squash, and indoor track and field.
Whaleback is a loved local favorite for skiing. Location Right off Exit 16 on Whaleback Mountain Road. The Mountain Whaleback offers 31 trails of mixed ability with a balance of easy, intermediate, and advanced terrain. They even double black diamonds! […]
Erwin Clifford Park This park is on Recreation Dr. in Hartford and is easy to find. There are public bathrooms as well (portapotties). There’s plenty to do, as you can see from the town’s list of what the park offers. […]
Elizabeth’s Park is located in Bradford, VT and totally worth the little drive! It is open from dawn to dusk and the park building (where bathrooms are located) is open from 8 am – 8 pm. Play to Your Heart’s […]