SQUARE DANCE HOMES
1. Allen's Homestead, Shrewsbury, MA
2. Bardens Barn (1957), Lebanon, NH - Neil & Isabel Barden first introduced camping-dancing in New England.
3. Bay Path Barn (1955), Boylston, MA
4. Canoe Club, W. Bridgewater, MA
5. The COOP, Spencer, MA
6. East Hill Farm, Troy, NH
7. Happy Acres, Alton, ME
8. Hayloft Barn, Chester, NH
9. The Hayloft, Brookfield, MA
10. Johnson's Barn, N. Rehoboth, MA
11. Kramers Hayloft, S. Weymouth, MA - Staff callers & cuers and local clubs taught thousands of people to dance. Classes and dances occurred every day and night of the week. It became the home of the Square Dance Foundation of New England.
12. Lake Shore Farm, Northwood, NH
13. McColl's Barn, RI
14. Merry Barn, Newcastle-Boothbay, Newton, NH
15. P.N.A. Pavilion, Millbury, MA - Largest dance floor, 60 squares.
16. Ploof's Barn, W. Brookfield, MA
17. Powder Mill Barn, Hazardville, CT
18. Papoose Pond, N. Waterford, ME - Dave Hass ran a week long dance for over 20 years as squares grew from 5 to 35 drawing dancers from many states.
19. The Roost, Waterbury, CT
20. Square Acres (1953), E. Bridgewater, MA - Considered the largest home for square dancing in the US. It had seven halls and a fully stocked square dance dress and record shop. Dancers came from everywhere. 40-50 squares year after year. Closed in 1979.
21. Stepney Barn, Stepney, CT - Built and operated by the Brundage family.
22. Uphams, Kingston, NH
23. Woodbine Inn, Jaffrey, NH
24. The Woodlands, Westfield, MA