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What's around Boston, MA


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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Blue Hills Skyline Trail Quincy Massachusetts
Purgatory Chasm Trail Sutton Massachusetts
3 Purgatory Falls Trail Lyndeborough New Hampshire
Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop Alton Bay New Hampshire
White Dot Trail to Mount Monadock Jaffrey New Hampshire
Mount Cardigan Loop Trail Canaan New Hampshire
Great Blue Hill Trail Milton Massachusetts
Millington Trail East Haddam Connecticut
Talcott Mountain Trail Simsbury Connecticut
West Middlesex Fells Reservation Bike Loop Stoneham Massachusetts

Nearby Campgrounds

Winter Island Marine Recreational Park

campground Salem, MA
A well known secret this community managed park provides RV camping right on the banks of the water. Walking distance or a short drive to the historic Salem area this park is the perfect RV rental trip destination.

Forge Pond Campground

campground Freetown, MA
The East Coast is the birthplace of America and is a wonderful place for nature and history lovers to explore. If you want to get a taste of the simple life and what America was like for the first immigrants who landed, take your RV out to Forge Pond Campground and experience an abundance of untouched wilderness. This campground is popular among those who want to wander the road less traveled and create fond memories with their family. Forge Pond Campground offers basic amenities to guests from all over the world. Each RV lot has water and electrical hookups. There are restrooms and showers on site and miles of countryside to explore. You can enjoy a fire at the pit and a delicious meal at the picnic tables. This is a great vacation destination for those who love to fish and hike. You can investigate the native plants and flowers of the area and look for wildlife while you are out there.

Herring Cove Beach

attraction Provincetown, MA
A smaller beach where you can walk for a while and find quiet places. Spot the whales, and other wildlife, fly a kite. Park your car next to the beach and enjoy the sunsets, sand dunes and ocean air.

Indian Ranch

campground Webster, MA
Indian Ranch is a seasonal campground, which accommodates Motor Homes, RV?s, Park Trailers and Pop-up?s. Located on the shores Lake Chargoggagoggmanchauggagaugchaubunagungamaugg, many come to enjoy the lake. In the summer a concert series in the amphitheater by the beach entertains many a crowd. You can also take part in sing-alongs, dance parties and many other seasonal events.

Taza Chocolate Factory

attraction Somerville, MA
The factory offers delectable tours where you'll get a chance to see how stone ground chocolate is made and you'll get a taste as well. In fact there are plenty of samples, with unique flavors including eggnog, sea salt, coffee and jalapeno chocolate. Make sure you make a reservation online

Coastal Acres Camping Court, Inc.

campground Provincetown, MA
You will be walking distance to downtown Provincetown, with modern amenities and adequate space. A quaint atmosphere where you can relax while you enjoy outdoor activities, such as horseback riding, sailing, whale watching, boat tours, or sand dune tours. Easy to access for novice RV rental drivers.

Cape Cod Canal

attraction Bourne, MA
The Cape Cod Canal connects Cape Cod Bay to Buzzards Bay. At 480 feet, it is the world's widest sea-level canal. It forms part of the Atlantic Intra-coastal Waterway, the 17.5 mile long canal traverses the narrow neck of land joining Cape Cod to the state's mainland. Visitors can enjoy a picnic, walks, swimming and fishing among other activities.

Race Point Beach

attraction Provincetown, MA
Catch a glimpse of seals and whales, and enjoy beautiful sunsets, the beach is located on the northern tip of Cape Cod, making it perfect place to bask in the sun. A secluded beach with spectacular views it's no wonder why it's part of the Cape Cod National Seashore.

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