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Appalachian Mountain Club River Guide : Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island
by Appalachian Mountain Club Books
Although rivers rarely change from year to year, the human management of their landscape does. Fortunately, AMC River Guide: Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island details everything you need to know about these New England waterways. From challenging white water rapids to serene streams, this guide is ideal for canoeists and kayakers of all abilities. Completely updated and revised, its easy-to-use format makes river selection and trip planning effortless. Rivers and their tributaries are listed by watershed and are broken down into segments of reasonable length for enjoyable trips.
Paperback: 256 pages 
Appalachian Mountain Club; ISBN: 1878239759; 3rd edition

Bernice Chesler's Bed & Breakfast in New England : Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont
by Bernice Chesler

The Cruising Guide to the New England Coast: Including the Hudson River, Long Island Sound, and the Coast of New Brunswick, Twelfth Edition
by Robert C. Duncan, W. Wallace Fenn, Paul W. Fenn, Roger S. Duncan
Hardcover from W.W. Norton & Company
Lonely Planet New England Trips (Regional Travel Guide)
by Ray Bartlett, Gregor Clark, Dan Eldridge, Brandon Presser
Paperback from Lonely Planet
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Fodor's New England, 29th Edition (Full-color Travel Guide)
by Fodor's
Make your trip to New England unforgettable Customize your trip with simple planning tools • Top experiences and attractions • Convenient overview of each state and its highlights • Easy-to-read color regional maps Explore Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, and beyond • Discerning Fodor’s Choice picks for hotels, inns, restaurants, sights, and more • “Word of Mouth” tips from fellow Fodor’s travelers • Illustrated features on fall foliage, lighthouses, shopping and antiquing, and winter fun • Best beachcombing, whale watching, and open-air adventures Opinions from destination experts • Fodor’s New England–based writers reveal their favorite local haunts
Paperback from Fodor's
Book Published: 2010-08-03
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New England (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
by Eleanor Berman
Paperback from DK Travel
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Frommer's New England (Frommer's Complete Guides)
by Matthew Barber, Leslie Brokaw, Paul Karr, Herbert Bailey Livesey, Marie Morris, Laura M. Reckford
Paperback from Frommers
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Lonely Planet New England (Regional Travel Guide)
by Mara Vorhees
Paperback from Lonely Planet
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Frommer's 23 Great Drives in New England (Best Loved Driving Tours)
by British Auto Association, Kathy Arnold, Paul Wade
Paperback from Frommers
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The Rough Guide to New England 5 (Rough Guide Travel Guides)
by Sarah Hull, Stephen Keeling, Zhenzhen Lu
Paperback from Rough Guides
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Moon New England (Moon Handbooks)
by Michael Blanding, Alexandra Hall
Paperback from Avalon Travel Publishing
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The New England Coast: The Most Spectacular Sights & Destinations
by Kim Knox Beckius
Hardcover from Voyageur Press
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Backroads of New England: Your Guide To New England's Most Scenic Backroad Adventures
by Kim Knox Beckius
From the sandy shores of Cape Cod to the distinct ridges of Vermont’s Mount Mansfield; from Connecticut’s Quiet Corner to the Kancamagus Highway through the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire; and from tiny Lubec, Maine, at ""the Beginning of America,"" to the ""Graveyard of the Atlantic"" at Point Judith, Rhode Island, thirty of New England’s most varied and vibrant attractions are presented here, inviting you to explore them. "Backroads of New England"—written and photographed by local experts—takes you on routes that lead to the area’s most secluded and overlooked natural areas and sites that capture New England’s colorful history. Whether you’re planning a day trip, looking for unusual destinations, or simply want to learn more about the locale, "Backroads of New England" will lead you deep into the soul of New England—beyond the bustling cities and common tourist attractions.
Paperback from Voyageur Press

The Discerning Traveler's Guide to Romantic Hideaways of New England
by David Glickstein, Linda Glickstein

Eyewitness Travel Guide to New England
by Eleanor Berman (Contributor), et al

Frommer's New England's Best-Loved Driving Tours (3rd Ed)
by Arthur Frommer

The Coast of New England: A Pictorial Tour from Connecticut to Maine
by Stan Patey

Daytrips and Getaway Weekends : Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts
by Robert and Patricia Foulke

Flyfisher's Guide to Northern New England : Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine (The Wilderness Adventures Flyfisher's Guide Seires)
by Steve Hickoff, Rhey Plumley
Listed under Fishing Northeast

Fodor's Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire
by Matt Hayes (Editor), et al

Frommer's New England
by Wayne Curtis, et al
Book Description: You'll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go -- they've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer's Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. You'd be lost without us!
Completely updated every year (unlike most of the competition), Frommer's New England features gorgeous full-color photos of the historic sights, stunning landscapes, and seaside towns that await you. Meticulously researched by a team of expert residents who know this region intimately, this is an extraordinary and highly personal guide to one of America's most scenic regions.

Frommer's New England is packed with candid opinions on the best country inns and restaurants, lobster pounds, antique shops, foliage tours, beaches, hiking, biking, and other outdoor adventures. We've covered all the perennial favorites, from the Freedom Trail to the Berkshires and beyond, but we'll also take you off the beaten track to discover New England's best small towns and most pristine wild places. Whether you want a romantic getaway in a Vermont country inn or family fun on the Cape's best beaches, Frommer's will help you design the trip that's right for you. You'll even find a color fold-out map and an online directory that makes trip-planning a snap!

Frommer's New England's Best-Loved Driving Tours
Frommer's New England's Best-Loved Driving Tours
by British Automobile Association
Paperback from Frommer
Lighthouses of Southern New England
by Courtney Thompson
Paperback: 190 pages (March 15, )
CatNap Publications; ISBN: 0971417806
Lighthouses of New England : Your Guide to the Lighthouses of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut (Pictorial d
by Jon Marcus, Susan Cole Kelly (Photographer)
"Lighthouses of New England" is both an exciting history and a tour guide, illustrating the fascinating development of the lighthouses of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Long Island. Marcus and Kelly explain and show the technological evolution of lighthouses, the development of lights and lenses, the architecture of lighthouses, their construction and maintenance on remote sites, and the life of the Lighthouse Service keepers.
Hardcover: 160 pages
Voyageur Press; ISBN: 0896584844; (May 2001
Guide to Americas Outdoors: New England (National Geographic Guide to America's Outdoors)
by Gary Ferguson, Michael Melford, National Geographic Society
Paperback from National Geographic

Lonely Planet New England (2nd Ed)
by Tom Brosnahan, et al
Covers accommodations and restaurants, outdoor activities and siteseeing, historical outlines, with over 60 maps including full coverage of Boston. Db.

Maine & New Hampshire Coast Map and Travel Guide (Set)
by Robert Hartnett, Peter Dow Bachelder (Map)
Out of Print

Mobil Travel Guide New England Eastern Canada
by Consumer Guide (Editor)

The Most Beautiful Villages of New England (Most Beautiful Villages)
by Tom Shachtman, Len Rubenstein, Tom Schachtman
Hardcover from Thames & Hudson
Motorcycle Journeys Through New England
by Martin C. Berke
Paperback (February 1992)
Whitehorse Pr; ASIN: 0962183482
See also: Motorcycle Touring

National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England
by National Audubon Society, Peter Alden
If you're under the impression that the Northeast's natural beauty has given way to high-rises, condominiums, and suburban sprawl, this volume will certainly change your mind. In actuality, the area comprising Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont--New England, in short--is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, whether it be marine life below sea level or alpine meadows above the tree line. In fact, New England is nothing less than a naturalist's paradise. Much of the area has been scoured by glacial ice, leaving behind cirques, arêtes, and a fjord, all of which are featured in a geology section. Fossils are highlighted too, alerting readers to the presence of dinosaur footprints in both Hadley, Massachusetts and Rocky Hill, Connecticut. In addition, an easy-to-use field guide assists readers in the identification of 1,000 of the area's current inhabitants, including giant puffball mushrooms, a healthy sampling of conifers and hardwoods, and five species of shark. Field trip ideas, from secluded Baxter State Park (no paved roads, no hook-ups, no gas or groceries) to popular Acadia National Park in Maine, complete the picture. All this is compiled in a single volume that's perfect for both armchair naturalists and those planning actual trips to the area.
Paperback: 448 pages
Knopf; ISBN: 0679446761; 

New England : Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut (National Geographic's Driving Guides to America)
by Kay Scheller, et al
Paperback: 160 pages (March )
National Geographic Society; ISBN: 0792234243

New England Forests Through Time : Insights from the Harvard Forest Dioramas
by David R. Foster, et al
Listed under Forestry

Play Hard, Rest Easy : New England
by Malcolm W. Campbell

Best Hikes With Children in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island
by Cynthia C. Lewis, Thomas J. Lewis

Paddling Southern New England: 30 Canoe Trips in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, Second Edition
by Ken Weber

Quiet Water Canoe Guide : Massachusetts/Connecticut/Rhode Island
by Alex Wilson
Paperback: 240 pages
Appalachian Mountain Club; ISBN: 1878239198; (April 1993)

Rock Climbing New England
by Stewart M. Green
Paperback from Falcon
Sea Kayaking Along the New England Coast
Tamsin Venn
Paperback: 240 pages
Appalachian Mountain Club; ISBN: 187823904X; (March 1991)

Trout Streams of Northern New England: A Guide to the Best Fly-Fishing in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, First Edition
by David Klausmeyer
Listed under Fishing Northeast

Rails-To-Trails Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine : Official Conservancy Guidebook
by Cynthia Mascott
Paperback: 224 pages (August 1, )
Berlitz Travel Guide; ISBN: 0762704497

Romantic Weekends New England : Coastal Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Coastal Massachusetts, Rhode Island
by Patricia and Robert Foulke

Roughing It Easy in New England : Outdoor Adventures Near Lodgings : Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont
by Larry B. Pletcher

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