Traveling 1-495,1-95, or Route 3, this region is crowded with activities, scenery and sporting opportunities. From the cosmopolitan Boston to Foxboro's entertainment and down through historic Plymouth toward the Cape Cod Canal, the private campgrounds are as varied as the terrain. Tenting near the water or in the woods. Camping near the cultural centers or next to the cranberry bogs, you are still close to the major centers of touring and entertainment. Campers look forward to bike excursions, hiking trails, fishing, boating, horseback riding, historic siteseeing, and more.
The campgrounds in the Foxboro area are off the road and quietly removed from the main highways. While offering all the amenities, swimming and planned activities, they are also within minutes of many attractions, great shopping, golf courses, and touring facilities.
The Plymouth area and south offers easy access to Plymouth Harbor and the Mayflower II, beaches, whale watch excursions, Plymouth Plantation and tours. Visit the first successful settlement in New England, and tour the historic fishing villages along the south coast of Massachusetts.
CampgroundsBoston / Cape Cod KOA Kampground, Middleboro
Canoe River Campground, Mansfield
Circle C.G. Farm Family Campground & RV Park, Bellingham
Forge Pond Campground, Assonet
Indianhead Resort, Plymouth
Jellystone at Maple Park, E. Wareham
Normandy Farms, Foxboro
Outdoor World Gateway To Cape Cod, Rochester
Pinewood Lodge Campground, Plymouth
Sandy Pond Campground, Plymouth
Shady Acres, Carver
Westport Camping Grounds, Westport