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Deemed as one of the smartest areas in America, mostly due to the quality of higher education options available within city boundaries or nearby, Cambridge will have you trying out your Boston accent in no time. Please do not, however, park your RV rental on Harvard Yard while in Cambridge.

When you book a luxury rental RV in Cambridge, you will have an enriching and enlightening experience, one that’s filled with Massachusetts’s history, museums, and the Charles River. Before Cambridge received the reputation it has today, the area was established because of its location upriver from Boston Harbor. The original village that once was early Cambridge now lies within Harvard Square. Cambridge is a place for scholars, for history buffs, and for travelers like yourself just meandering through the Boston area in your RV rental.

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The Great Outdoors

The wonderful thing about populous, historic areas that may lack a significant acreage of green space is that walking and biking tours exist. There’s no excuse while on a RV rental trip to Cambridge that you cannot get those steps in. This may be a great starter activity to get a feel for the area and engage with the tour guide for further information. There are several tours available whether you’re interested in the universities or local landmarks. Get your exercise and learning on!

There are lots of walking parks and areas tucked away in Cambridge and nearby cities. Enjoy an evening stroll along the river as the city lights reflect off the water. Take a mid-day jog through a paved park with trees looming overhead, offering reprieve from the sun.

Find little snippets of green expanse among the urban lifestyle if you know where to look. Several of these spots were sites of historical memories turned into natural oases for the public. For example, the Minute Man National Historical Park in Concord commemorates the opening battles of the American Revolution, drawing attention to its significance. In doing so, the park maintains a wide array of habitats that is perfect for nature walks and wildlife viewing.

If being by the water has you craving some beach time, Cape Cod is under a 90-minute drive in your Cambridge travel trailer rental. Known simply as “The Cape” to locals, you’ll find a plethora of beach towns all with their individual flair. There are many public beaches awaiting your visit.

RV Parks

Cambridge is right next to the bustling Boston buffoonery, so your chances of finding in-town overnight spots for your luxury motorhome rental while here are slim. There’s not even a Walmart in the city limits; however, that isn’t to say you won’t be able to find some sort of parking lot to camp out for a night or two. Just make sure to do your research and get permission when needed.

If you have served or are currently serving in the military, you will have access to Hanscom AFB FamCamp in Bedford. Enjoy full hookups for your RV and a friendly atmosphere. Leashed dogs and cats are even allowed (two max). Hit up the pool when it’s sunny or the movie theater when it’s rainy.

Exploring the City

Visiting Cambridge in your camper rental will have you busy and scrambling for time. Yes, there really is that much to do here and in the nearby towns. The T, or Boston’s public subway transportation, is a pretty well thought out system that’ll get you from point A to B so you won’t have to drive the RV around the tight city streets. So, step right up and take a spin on the “What shall we do in Cambridge today” wheel.

If you enjoy filling your head with fun facts, you’ve got museums galore delving deep into the significance of the past of Massachusetts. The local brainiac colleges also have public areas where you can see what the faculty and students are working on whether it is robotics or scientific research or the arts. The Museum of Science and the Boston Aquarium (both in Boston) are definitely favorites that’ll entertain all ages.

If shopping is on your mind, you’ll be able to find this pretty readily no matter which town you find yourself in for the day. All kinds of shops too! Whether you enjoy high fashion, knick-knacks, or antiques, it’s all here.

And, of course, taking a deep dive into Boston while trying not to get lost is a must. Boston is made up of several districts each with their own personality. Just note, if you’re not a New England sport’s fan, you may want to stay out of the pubs on game days; these people are really into their sports' teams.

With all there is to see and do, bang a u-ey and make your way back in the future for a wicked awesome time. Rent an RV in Cambridge, MA, and have a great time exploring the area.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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