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Just south of New Bedford in southern Massachusetts, Horseneck Beach State Reservation Campground is a lovely getaway for those hoping to indulge in some beautiful scenery while camping on New England's coast. This RV campground is a short drive from the famous Cape Cod area, and a quick boat ride away from other well-known spots like Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Boston and Providence are within reach, too, when you rent an RV near Horseneck Beach State Reservation Campground.
Nestled alongside the sand dunes on the Atlantic coast, the campsites at Horseneck Beach State Reservation Campground are set up for both tent and RV camping. The campsites are rustic, with no hookups, though Horseneck Beach campers have access to a few facilities, including showers and restrooms, a dump station, and a boat ramp.
Camp at Horseneck Beach State Reservation Campground, and you can enjoy some extraordinary Atlantic Ocean views, especially from the waterfront campsites on offer. Beat the heat in the summertime by visiting the sandy beaches just a short walk away, and take part in a variety of activities. Beachcombing, campfires under the stars, birdwatching, swimming, surfing, fishing, and a whole lot more await you when you book a motorhome rental in Bristol County.
Massachusetts is no stranger to summertime tourism, and millions of people from all over New England and beyond flock to its parks and shores to get away and relax. A large number of parks and recreation areas can be found when you're camping in Westport. Just outside your campsite, you can explore Horseneck Beach State Reservation. See the pristine beaches, with plenty of space to swim, surf, fish, and paddleboard.
Demarest Lloyd State Park is right around the corner, practically on the same stretch of beach as your rustic campsite. Here you can also expect some stunning seascapes, along with epic sunrises. The park’s position at the mouth of the Slocums River makes it a safe and easy place to swim for children, as well as a great place for kayaking and fishing. While there is no camping at this state park, guests can have a picnic and go birdwatching. Massasoit State Park is located inland in case you want a change of scenery. Aside from a quaint campground, there is an extensive system of hiking trails, lush forest groves, cranberry bogs, and six lakes and ponds. In the wintertime, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing remain excellent ways to see the wildlife of this charming little park.
Be sure to make your way to the tip of Cape Cod to see Cape Cod National Seashore, perhaps the closest thing to a national park in the area. This 40-acre swath of protected land by Provincetown attracts hordes of people in the summertime, with plenty of beach space for everyone to have their own privacy and comfort. Camping is encouraged at this massive recreation area in Cape Cod, but the fun doesn’t stop there. Hiking, biking, beachcombing, surfing, swimming, fishing, and birdwatching are popular activities at the lush nature park, where birds of prey and tiny sea turtles are part of the ecosystem.
No need to drive to Providence or Boston when you feel like going shopping or sightseeing in town. New Bedford is an impressive city in its own right, with plenty of historical sites, locally-owned shops, seafood restaurants, and museums to see. Several museums like the New Bedford Fire Museum and the New Bedford Museum of Glass can be found with ease, but the New Bedford Museum of Art is among the town’s most visited places. The ever-changing exhibits keep things fresh, so guests can go back again and again. The gift shop is a lovely place to pick up souvenirs for loved ones back home.
The Buttonwood Park Zoo is a family-friendly place in the middle of the town’s biggest park. The zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the entire country, and it's a great place to spend a day while you're RV camping in the area.
Perhaps the largest draws in the region are the New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park and the New Bedford Whaling Museum, both paying homage to the once-vital industry that served as the economic lifeblood of coastal New England. You can marvel at massive whale skeletons and learn about the industry. See its devastating effects, which led to the banning of the practice, and learn about the consequences of the ban on the local economy. Many other museums and music halls populate the area, so when you rent an RV near Horseneck Beach State Reservation Campground, there’s limitless fun to be had.