Camping in this region offers quaint ocean communities, hills and lakes. All within about an hour of Boston. Whale watches, The Freedom Trail, the Battlefield at Lexington and Concord, Worcester Centrum and four seasons of sports and recreation will bring you back year after year.
Exploring up the coast from Boston, through seaside towns and old fishing villages, is a journey into the early history of New England. Rich in the history of whaling, fishing and seafarers, the towns and villages offer historical insights, novel activities, scenic wonders, as well as excellent dining and shopping opportunities. Routes 1, 1A and 133 take you off the Interstates and into the center of North Shore living.
As you head west from Boston, just north of Worcester, you'll leave the bustle of the city and find the hidden parks, lakes and reservoirs to enjoy a quiet retreat or pursue your favorite sport. Routes 2, 9, and 20 are the best way to see everything. Staying in one of the private campgrounds in the area gives you the opportunity to have the best of both worlds; a quiet retreat within a comfortable drive of Boston, Worcester and cities of the region.
Merchants Row, Boston, Massachusetts 02109
New England Sports Museum
100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114
TrailsThe Freedom Trail
99 Chauncy Street, suite 401 Boston, MA 02111