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When you are checking out RV rentals in Essex County, you’ll need a place to park and relax. You may enjoy Black Bear Campground, conveniently located near beaches and other attractions. Campground amenities include access to a commuter train, two swimming pools, a fireplace, sports and recreation areas, a playground, picnic tables, restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi.
RV sites are large and level. There are 200 sites with full hookups and 20 pull-through sites. Trailer size is unlimited, and 30 and 50-amp service is available. Leashed pets under 40 pounds are welcome too when you're camping at Black Bear Campground.
Salisbury Beach is unique in that it is one of the few areas between Maine and Boston with excellent public beach access and you can visit here with your RV rental near Black Bear Campground. The Salisbury Beach State Reservation features sandy white beaches, large parking lots, a boardwalk, showers, a boat launch, a pavilion, a playground, and other amenities. Lifeguards are on duty from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Beach access in town is close to shops, arcades, restaurants, bars, and a public bathroom. Boating, fishing, and picnicking are allowed, and the group picnic area includes picnic tables, grills, and restrooms. You’ll be able to see tidal flats, salt marshes, and sand dunes. Harbor seals are present in the fall and winter.
You and your Salisbury camper rental can have even more beach fun at nearby Hampton Beach. This beach was recognized as one of the three cleanest beaches in the country by the Natural Resources Defense Council. Besides beautiful beach access, you’ll find water sports, fishing, boating, golf and miniature golf, and plenty of other outdoor recreation. There is also family-friendly fun including arcades and aquariums and adult fun such as casinos, bars, and other nightlife. Special events, fairs, and festivals that take place here include nightly shows, movies on the beach, fireworks, sand sculpture contests, circus nights, and pageants.
Maudslay State Park is also well worth a visit when you are camping with an RV near here. This beautiful park features one of the state’s largest naturally occurring stands of mountain laurel, meadows, azaleas, rhododendrons, and 19th-century gardens and plantings. It is a lovely place to stroll and sight-see. There is a visitor center, picnic area, paved paths, and public restrooms. Recreational opportunities here include hiking, biking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing. Special events, interpretive programs, and educational activities for all ages are held throughout the year.
You’ll definitely want to take your rental RV for a day trip to Newburyport. This charming coastal town definitely has something for everyone. Among the many attractions are retail therapy ranging from antiques to boutiques, spas and salons, live music and other performances, dining and drinking, parks and recreation, and museums and galleries. It is also a city rich in culture and history, and there are many significant sites and structures to check out. As it is a seaport, you’ll also be able to watch ships, boats, and yachts coming and going and dine on the freshest fish around. Tours to suit every taste and interest are available. Festivals, fairs, and special events are held throughout the year. Make sure to check out the Daily News of Newburyport and the Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce and Industry for updated information on area events, attractions, happenings, and visitor guides.
Canobie Lake Park is another destination destined to appeal to everyone in your travel group. This venerable amusement park features thrill rides, family rides, kid rides, water rides, games, performances, refreshments, and much more. The water park offers a lazy river, water slides, waves, and splash pads. There are arcade games, escape rooms, pinball, and other competitive carnival-style games. Live shows feature music of all genres, magic, characters, and circus acts. Food and drink vendors include barbecue, diner fare, chicken, burgers, international items, fried dough, seafood, ice cream, fresh lemonade, and other concessions. The gift shop carries novelty items, logo merchandise, apparel, gifts and souvenirs, and convenience items. There is also an extensive (temporary) tattoo barn.
If you choose to leave Black Bear Campground camping to sample the local fare, you will, of course, be treated to some of the finest and freshest seafood ever. You’ll also be able to find delis, comfort food, fine dining, ethnic eateries, and family-friendly fare. When it is time to refill your rig as well as your stomach, you will have no problem filling up with either gasoline or diesel fuel at any of the area truck stops, convenience stores, or service stations.