The southern part of Worcester County offers visitors plenty to do and see. Travel along the 395 Corridor through the towns of Auburn, Oxford, Dudley and Webster and you'll find rich history and small-town charm, complete with maple shacks, festivals, concerts, shopping, and restaurants.
Home to Indian Ranch, a summer resort and entertainment venue situated along the shores of historic Lake Chaubunagungamaug (also known as Webster Lake), Webster offers visitors a relaxing getaway for swimming, boating, kayaking and more! The beachfront property has also hosted musical acts such as Thomas Rhett, the Barenaked Ladies, Huey Lewis & the News, and more. The Indian Princess, a 125-passenger paddle wheel boat that once rode the Mississippi River, will take guests on a tour of the lake.
Visitors won't want to miss the the Dudley Grange Strawberry Festival or a visit to the Last Green Valley National Heritage Corridor, where visitors can stop to visit historic mill towns and homesteads.
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