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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 Boston and Providence, and just off Interstate 495. When you do decide to leave Bellingham, you’ll find that it doesn’t take very long to get anywhere, with towns like Worcester and Woonsocket being less than half an hour's drive away on Highway 126.
When it comes to amenities, Circle CG Farm Campground is one of the best places to go camping with an RV, with full hookups including 50-amp electrical capacity. There’s also a laundromat and dump station, so you can keep your clothes and RV clean throughout your stay. You don’t need to leave the park to have a good time either, as the Circle CG Farm Campground has two heated swimming pools, one of which is reserved for adults over 50. There are also horseshoe pits, a mini-golf course, a basketball court, shuffleboard, and even a small pond for fishing.
Massachusetts is a veritable playground for outdoor adventure, and while the Berkshires in the western part of the state get all the press when it comes to great hiking, there’s no need to drive so far with your RV rental; there are plenty of exciting trails close to Circle CG Farm Campground. The Midstate Trail, which runs up the middle of Massachusetts from the border with Rhode Island to New Hampshire, is only half an hour's drive away. There are dozens of trailheads to start on, but one of the most scenic sections is through the Douglas State Forest at its southern end. For a forest stroll closer to the campground, try Franklin State Forest a couple of miles to the west of Bellingham. The nearly 900-acre green space is quite popular with mountain bikers, as the Southern New England Trunkline Trailhead sits on the south side of the park.
If you’re hoping to get out on the water when you book an RV in Norfolk County, the closest place to do it is at Hopkinton State Park. Kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals are available by the hour or for the whole day, and there are excellent picnicking facilities all around the park’s centerpiece lake.
Thanks to the extensive railway network that connected Massachusetts and Rhode Island before the invention of the automobile, there are dozens of great rail trails that have been re-purposed for cyclists and pedestrians. The Blackstone River Trail is one of the most extensive, stretching for nearly 17 miles from Woonsocket, Rhode Island all the way to Pawtucket, and bike rentals are available in Bellingham.
Despite sitting on the very edge of the Boston and Providence metro areas, Bellingham has a variety of shops and restaurants to enjoy when you choose a rental motorhome near Circle CG Farm Campground. The Shoppes at Bellingham shopping center has several major retailers and a pedestrian mall connecting them. You’re also less than half an hour's drive from some of the state’s largest shopping centers when you rent a camper near Circle CG Farm Campground. The Natick Mall and Solomon Pond Mall in Marlborough have hundreds of stores, and the Wrentham Outlets to the south of Bellingham are also worth visiting while you're here.
If you’re bringing the kids along on this motorhome rental adventure, be sure to check out the local indoor zip line/obstacle course/trampoline park. This is a great place to come on a classic New England rainy day when there’s just nothing to do outside, but the kids still need to burn off some energy. Animal lovers might plan a trip over to Mendon and Southwick’s Zoo. The family-operated wildlife preserve has just over 100 species of animals living within its border, including lions, cheetahs, elk, a variety of primates, and several types of waterfowl.
Drive over the state line into Rhode Island, and there is loads to do in the town of Woonsocket. It’s northern Rhode Island’s cultural capital with several performing arts centers, museums, and antique shops to explore. The Museum of Work and Culture is a must-see attraction, with exhibits focused on the state’s working class and the textile mills that popped up along the Blackstone River during the Industrial Revolution.