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Massasoit State Park is a green oasis in the state of Massachusetts. Located to the southeast side of the city of Taunton, the densely forested state park is popular with visitors and covers over 1200-acres of heavily wooded forests. Some parts of the park spill over to the neighboring town of Lakeville too. Camping at Massasoit State Park gives you access to miles and miles of hiking and biking trails in addition to lakes and ponds that are fantastic for a wide range of water sports. Outdoor recreationists have much to look forward to at Massasoit State Park, and a motorhome camping trip in this beautiful forested area is always a great idea.
Not very far from Massasoit State Park, are Raynham and Norton. Renting an RV is a convenient way of getting around to explore these cities. For visitors without their own rig, RV rentals in Bristol County make it easy to explore the surrounding areas. From mountain biking to horse riding, fishing to swimming, wildlife viewing to hiking, get ready to immerse yourself in stunning, scenic surroundings that are simply perfect for outdoor recreation.
RV camping at Massasoit State Park is a delight for anglers! There are several water bodies to choose from when it comes to fishing in the park. From Lake Rico to Big Bearhole Pond, King’s Pond to Little Bearhole Pond, you have quite a few options when it comes to casting your fishing line for a catch. Lake Rico doesn’t permit motorized powerboats, so chances of calm waters and better fishing are higher here.
The north end of Lake Rico has a boat launch ramp for canoes and kayaks if you’d fancy a boat ride in the lake.
Mountain biking in Massasoit State Park is a treat. There are multiple trails for mountain biking that meander through various parts of the park, including Adams Trail and the Five Pond Loop. Trails are marked, so keep a lookout for hiking and biking trails. Hike through some of the trails that go through cranberry bogs. Most trails vary between intermediate to difficult with a few steep climbs in places.
Should you be a winter visitor, then you get to enjoy cross-country skiing as well.
Park your RV rental at Massasoit State Park to enjoy easy access to the park’s many recreational offerings. With over 120 campsites available at the park, campers can look forward to amenities like pull-thru sites, big rig access, tent camping, partial hookups, 20 and 30 amp electric service, water, dump station, and limited cell phone coverage. There are flush toilets, shower stalls, picnic tables, and fire rings. Explore the many trails around the campground with your pets, but remember to keep them on a leash.
When you’re looking for a place to camp in an RV near Massasoit State Park, drive to Middleboro to the Boston-Cape Cod KOA. This KOA has over 250 campsites and offers a range of amenities that include pull-thru sites, big rig access, tent camping, full hookups, 20, 30, and 50 amp electric service, water, sewer, central water spigot, cable television, WiFi, a public phone, and cell phone coverage. Also available are restrooms, shower stalls, laundry facilities, a camp store for last-minute camping supplies, a designated pet area for your furry friends, and a picnic shelter too. Let the kids splash about in the swimming pool or run around in the playground. For recreation, there is mini-golf, outdoor courts, and horseshoes.
After basking in the picturesque surroundings of Massasoit State Park, consider a short halt in the city of Boston that is located a little over 40 miles from the park. As the capital and most populated city in the state of Massachusetts, it's worth your while stopping by at this historic capital city. One visit is never enough to experience this bedazzling city, but if you’re pressed for time on your RV rental vacation, then consider checking out a few of the highlights and leave the rest for your next trip here!
Steeped in history, start exploring the city with a visit to Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, where you get to enjoy a multi-sensory experience along with viewing artifacts of incredible historical importance. The floating museum is made up of high-tech interactive exhibits, restored tea ships, exhibits, and a reenactment of throwing tea over!
The Museum of Fine Arts is a must-visit for art enthusiasts. The museum is home to over 4,50,000 pieces of artwork, and houses one of the most spectacular art collections in the world, including French Impressionist paintings, Classical art collections, and frescoes and sculptures from Pompeii among a bevy of other art collections.
Stroll through Beacon Hill, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city that has great historical significance. Stop by at Quincy Market, considered the very heart of the city. Located in a historic area of the city, the market is always buzzing with events, street shows, performances, shopping, and more.
For a stunning view of the city of Boston, make your way to the Skywalk Observatory, located atop the Prudential Tower; it’s the city’s only high point that offers 360-degree views of the city down below.
Boston is a food paradise, and one of the best ways to experience New England food delights is on a food tour! Try out the clam chowder, lobster rolls, Boston cream pie, and Fenway Franks – a few local favorites that are a must when visiting the city.