RV Parks & Campgrounds near Peabody, MA

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Boston / Cape Cod KOA, MA

Boston/Cape Cod KOA is an ideal place to camp between the popular vacation destination of Cape Cod and one of America’s oldest cities. When you rent an RV near Boston/Cape Cod KOA, you truly get to experience the best of the region: charming countryside, gorgeous beaches, a peaceful seaside atmosphere, and short drives to Boston depending on what you feel like doing with your free time.

This fantastic RV park is right in the thick of things, surrounded by unbelievable nature parks, delicious restaurants serving up New England-style seafood, and a bevy of historical buildings and monuments. When you aren’t out and about touring through Massachusetts in your campervan rental, you can settle into your cozy campsite and make it …

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Wakeda Campground, NH

New England isn’t exactly a region known for its beaches, especially since the weather is rarely rain-free or warm enough for a day out on the sand. However, for those few wonderful months of summer sunshine, the place to go is definitely the New Hampshire Seacoast. This is where you’ll find the softest sand, the best waves, and the best boardwalk area at Hampton Beach.

Though camping on the beach isn’t really an option when you book an RV in Rockingham County, the next best thing is camping at Wakeda Campground in nearby Hampton Falls. Many of their sites have full hookups, or you can just get electricity and water and use the dump stations to empty your tanks. …

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Barrington Shores Campground, NH

The town of Barrington has a long and storied history that dates back centuries to America’s Colonial era. Like many towns in southern New Hampshire, its population grew considerably during the Industrial Revolution, when the state's fast-moving rivers provided power to area mills and steelworks. But you won’t find many factories or sooty clouds in Barrington today – it’s a rural New England community, with a wealth of natural beauty and plenty of charm to make it one of the area’s most popular tourist destinations.

Camping at Barrington Shores Campground is a fantastic way to see this part of New Hampshire, and you’ll have easy access to most of the sights in the southern part of the state and southwestern …

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Old Stage Campground, NH

In the Seacoast Region of Portsmouth, which hugs the Piscataqua River along the border with Maine.

RV camping at the Old Stage Campground is pet-friendly and accessible to even the largest rigs, with campfire rings and picnic tables available at each site. Water, 30-amp electric hookups, sewer, and cable TV are also provided, with the option for either sunny or shaded settings.

Recreational facilities at the Old Stage Campground include a swimming pool, game room, and a ping pong table, as well as basketball, volleyball, and bocce …

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Tidewater Campground, NH

Thinking of a beach vacation with an RV rental, perhaps along the Florida Keys or North Carolina’s Outer Banks? Probably the last place you’d imagine fun in the sun is the sandy coast of New Hampshire – a state more famous for its frigid winters and high peaks than for carefree summer afternoons by the ocean. However, the New Hampshire coast is the place to be during the summer, cracking open some lobsters and enjoying a tasty microbrew on the Hampton Beach boardwalk. You’ll need a place to stay during this adventure, and one of the best places for camping with an RV in the Seacoast Region is Tidewater Campground.

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Circle CG Farm Campground, MA

When many people think of Massachusetts, they imagine pilgrims, clam "chowdah," and the Red Sox. But there’s a whole lot more to the state than just Boston and its urban surroundings. Eastern Massachusetts is populated by farmers and ranchers living in the Berkshire Mountains. To get a taste of Massachusetts’s other half, you need to get off the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) and drive a few back roads into the countryside. That’s where you’ll find Circle CG Farm Campground, your basecamp for RV camping and exploring rural Massachusetts.

Circle CG Farm Campground is centrally located in the town of Bellingham, about halfway between Providence, and just off Interstate 495. When you do decide to leave Bellingham, you’ll …

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Green Gate Campground, NH

On the southern edge of Exeter, the Green Gate Campground is a family RV park near the Atlantic coast of New Hampshire. It nestles on the banks of a meandering river in the Seacoast Region while being just 30 minutes’ drive from the lively city of Portsmouth on the Piscataqua River.

RV camping at Green Gate Campground includes access to more than 100 spacious, shaded sites, with electric (20/30/50 amps), water, and sewer hookups available. Pets are welcome to stay with you (but only one pet per campsite), and there are picnic tables and fire pits provided at each site.

Kids can let off some steam at the children’s playground or enjoy a splash around in the swimming pool, with …

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Shady Acres Campground, MA

Are you looking for the best natural sights Massachusetts has to offer? Then consider camping at Shady Acres Campground. Near the sea, hundreds of acres of forests, and various lakes, you won't run out places to explore during your visit. There are lots of on-site activities to enjoy, including a swimming pool, an arcade, and a library. If you're looking for a nearby outdoor spot to explore, Ben's Pond offers a sandy beach ideal for fishing, swimming, and more. Pets are welcome at this RV park, and Wifi access is available in most of the campground.

Shady Acres is perfect for anybody looking for a secluded place to park an RV rental. There are over 200 campsites on offer, most …

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Myles Standish Campground, MA

How would you feel about finding the perfect escape from the day-to-day stress and chores, a place where you can just sit back, relax, and get lost in some fantastic nature and also experience some of the rich East Coast culture that you can only find in the state of Massachusetts? If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, then book an RV in Plymouth County and head to Carver where you can camp at Myles Standish Campground. You’ll find yourself amid Myles Standish State Forest; a beautiful area made up of pine and oak forests, as well as many gorgeous but fragile ponds. You can go hiking and biking and don’t miss the nature programs where you can …

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Winter Island Park Campground, MA

If you want to combine a passion for history, a longing for the sea, and a wish to go on a great camping vacation, then you should definitely book an RV in Essex County and go camping at Winter Island Park Campground. Stay at this family-friendly, cozy RV park where you can sit back, relax, and just forget about the rest of the world for a while, or where you could go on adventures on the beach or on trails running through the gorgeous surrounding area. Let the kids work up an appetite at the playground while you unpack the picnic basket, and don’t forget to take your dog for a long, invigorating walk, perhaps to the lighthouse that’s within …

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Wompatuck Campground, MA

Are you longing for a getaway where you can recharge your batteries by both sitting back and relaxing and going on exciting adventures? Then it might be time to Wompatuck State Park, which means that you’ll have access to trails that are great for hiking, but also excellent mountain biking trails through the forest with fantastic views over the ocean, where you can go swimming if you want. If you’d rather canoe or fish, you can do that at the reservoir, and there’s a playground as well as a ranger station for both you and the kids. …

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Harold Parker Campground, MA

If you’re dreaming of a camping vacation where you can sit back, relax, and just enjoy the surrounding nature but also be close to where the action is, then book an RV in Essex County. If you do that, you can go camping at Harold Parker Campground, Massachusetts, and have a truly wonderful and exciting time. This RV park welcomes both pets and families, and you’ll find yourself in the midst of tall trees and cute ponds - yes, some are for fishing. There are trails for you to hike on, playgrounds for the kids, and picnic spots that you can use whenever you want. And the best part? Most of these things are wheelchair-friendly, including the beaches, trails, …

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Salisbury Beach State Reservation Campground, MA

If you’re looking to combine RV camping, stunning coastal nature, and a fascination history for your next vacation, then you might want to book an RV in Essex County and camp at Salisbury Beach State Reservation Campground, Massachusetts. With fantastic views overlooking the ocean, here you can enjoy beach activities such as swimming, fishing, and canoeing, or you can go hiking on one of the recreation trails around while the kids have the time of their lives at the playground. Bring some picnic food to the pavilion, or use the grill and table by your motorhome rental - it’s up to you.

Other than having your own picnic table and fire ring, RV camping at Salisbury Beach State Reservation Campground …

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Pearl Hill Campground, MA

When was the last time you went on a revitalizing, relaxing, envigorating camping vacation where you really felt like you left the rest of the world behind for a bit and just took care of yourself and spent hours at a time in beautiful nature? If you can’t remember, it’s been too long, which means it’s definitely time to Pearl Hill State Park and have lots of recreation opportunities right on your doorstep. Go hiking or biking through the green forest or go for a refreshing swim, unless you want to try your luck doing some fishing, that is.

You can bring …

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Cross Winds Family Campground, NC

RV camp near the mighty Yadkin River, one of the longest rivers in North Carolina, that serpentine for a little over 200 miles. Cross Winds Family Campground has 96 gravel sites, all of which have full hookups. Each site also has cable, WiFi, and a fire ring. Campers can choose from an open-space site to take advantage of the late afternoon breezes, which can be nice on a humid day, or a site with mature shade trees.

The pet-friendly campground also has bathhouses and laundry facilities for the guests to use, should they need to freshen up after an adventure. A swimming pool and fishing pond are fun ways to cool off on a hot day. Though golf carts are …

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