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2007 Coachmen Captiva camper trailer ultra lite
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Boston, MA, is the capital and most populous city in the state of Massachusetts. The city also has a vibrant history, perhaps the richest history out of all American cities. Boston is home to the first subway system in the United States. The first lighthouse, as well as the oldest public park in the country, are also situated in Boston. Boston is also home to one of the nation’s most prolific president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. The John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site is the president’s birthplace and childhood home. Situated at 83 Beals St in Brookline, the site was donated to the National Park Service in 1967 by Rose Kennedy, the president’s mother. If you’re a history buff state park RV camping across New England, be sure to pass by this national treasure.
When camping in an RV rental near John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, you’ll be able to choose from either taking a self-guided tour or ranger-guided tours. The tours take about 30 minutes, but you’ll also be able to take a ranger-guided neighborhood walk that takes approximately 45 minutes. Some of the nearby attractions include Fenway Park and the Museum of Fine Arts. When you’re willing to venture beyond the city limits, you’ll find the Salem Witch Museum in Salem interesting. Outdoorsy folk will be kept busy by the Wompatuck State Park in Hingham and the Blue Hills Reservation in Milton. Does Boston sound like an ideal destination for your next vacation? Search for an RV in Suffolk County and explore the city at your own pace.
Boston might be one of the largest cities in the world, but it still boasts of an impressive range of outdoor activities. If you’re up for some hiking action when camping in an RV in the city, have a go at the Blue Hills Skyline Loop, which is located near Quincy. The moderately rated 7.5-mile long trail offers spectacular views of the Boston skyline.
Biking is a popular activity at the massive Blue Hills Reservation. All trails in the park are multi-use, so watch out for other outdoor enthusiasts while shredding down the trails. The park is full of up and downs so you’ll be doing a fair bit of climbing. Looking for a challenge? Try riding to the top of Buck Hill. The sense of achievement and the incredible view will be followed by an exhilarating descent down the hill.
Looking to spend some quality time with the kids while motorhome camping in Boston? Make your way to the Boston Common, which is situated right at the heart of the city. One of the most enjoyable things you’ll do in the park is taking a ride on the Swan Boats, which have been in operation since the 1870s’. There’s a wading pool that converts into an ice skating rink during the winter.
After renting an RV in Boston, there are a couple of campgrounds to consider setting up your travel trailer at around the city. If proximity to the city is important, consider the Hanscom AFB FamCamp (Military FamCamp) in Bedford. Boston campers here are treated to full hookups on pull-thru sites. Some additional amenities include WiFi, laundry facilities, and propane.
Alternatively, consider the Winter Island Park Campground in Salem. The park might not offer full hookups, but it makes up for it by offering water access to the guests. Awesome scenery and location aside, the park offers electric and water hookups on back-in sites. Don’t worry about the size of your Boston camper rental as the park is big-rig accessible. There is a camp store as well as a playground for kids.
After you rent a camper near John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, be sure to visit as many attractions as you can before your time in Boston is over. Walking The Freedom Trail is a must as the 2.5-mile-long trail passes by a whopping 16 significant historic sites.
Another must-visit attraction, whenever you’re in Boston, is the Museum of Fine Arts. Hosting upwards of 450,000 works of art, the museum is so large that you’ll need to be wearing a pair of comfy shoes for your visit. Some of the museum’s highlights include a variety of French Impressionist paintings by some of the biggest names in the art world.
Are you a baseball fan visiting Boston in a campervan? If so, a visit to Fenway Park will blow off your mind. The ballpark is the oldest in Major League Baseball history and, it has been home to the famous Boston Red Sox for more than a hundred years. To prove to your fellow baseball pals that you were indeed in Fenway, take a photo with the iconic ‘Green Monster’ in the background.