Webster, Massachusetts is home to Lake Chaubunagungamaug or more commonly known as Webster Lake. Its name has been cited as the longest name of a place in the United States and is 1,442 acres in size. Webster boasts of a state-recognized Nipmuc Indian Reservation 500 tribe members strong. The shores of Webster Lake hosts a summer concert venue called Indian Ranch and has packed in fans for such acts as Charlie Daniels, Barenaked Ladies, Huey Lewis and many more. The Indian Princess is also located on Webster Lake, where guests can take a lovely tour of the lake. This was one of the highlights of the area I enjoyed as a child.
The Town of Webster was founded in 1832 and was home to many textile mills due to its industrialization in the early 1800's. With an abundance of jobs, serene pleasant living, and rich history make Webster, Massachusetts an ideal place to raise a family. Webster also serves as a bedroom community for Worcester and Boston. Fennerville, Town Center, East Village, and Colonial Park are rated as Best Webster Neighborhoods for Education.