Winter Island Marine Recreational Park
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.
Coastal Acres Camping Court, Inc.
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.
Bourne Scenic Park
Located on the banks of the Cape Cod Canal there are over 465 sites available. You'll have scenic views of the canal, you can explore the surroundings on bikes, or go on hikes, or rollerblade. The park is conveniently located close to beaches, restaurants, golf courses, and landmarks. You can also drive in to Boston, since it is only one hour away, or travel to Martha?s Vineyard or Nantucket. This would be the perfect base camp for getting to know the region. A very popular location your family will have a blast in your RV rental here.
Race Point Beach
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.
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.
Herring Cove Beach
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.
The region surrounding Pawtucket in Rhode Island was the heart of the American Industrial Revolution, and Slater Mill is an essential part of that heritage. This unique venue is a combination of museum, school, and artistic workshop, and is part of the larger historic reserve that also includes Slater Memorial Park and the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park. Permanent exhibits here include both standing displays and interpretive performances to educate the public about factory and machine shops in the early 1800s, particularly the development of textiles. Rotating exhibits are based on themes like contemporary art and industrial history. Slater Mill also offers a comprehensive educational programs for schools, corporate interests, and individuals in traditional art classes and studio time. Visit the gift shop and browse through an array of local artisan wares, which can include everything from candy to wine charms. This cozy riverside location is also available to host private gatherings, like weddings or holiday reunions.
Museum of Bad Art
Since 1994, the Museum of Bad Art has had a mission to bring the worst of art to the widest of audiences. Because of limited exhibition space, only 50 to 70 pieces are shown at a time, but there are over 600 artifacts. Each piece has an interesting narrative.