Named after the first governor of Plymouth Colony, Carver is named for John Carver located in Plymouth County. This town has two distinguished tourist attractions, Edaville Railroad and King Richard's Faire. Edaville Railroad is a family attraction for its festival lights during the holidays, whereas King Richards Faire is New England's largest renaissance fair recreating a 16th century English fair that is opened during the fall season. The town of Carver is 45 miles from Boston and 38 miles from Providence. Carver is also bordered by Plymton, Kingston, Plymouth, Wareham, and Middleborough.
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