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Holyoke is a small city perched by the western bank of the Connecticut River in Hampden County. The city sits just a short distance to the north of Springfield, MA, and about 40 minutes away from Hartford, CT. Mount Tom State Reservation is a popular recreation area sitting just to the north of Holyoke. The park attracts motorhome camping enthusiasts from far and wide seeking to explore the biologic diversity and rugged terrain it is known for. Camping at Mount Tom State Reservation is also ideal for culture seekers looking to explore new towns and cultures. This is because the park sits within proximity to a couple of towns, such as Amherst, MA, and Chicopee, MA.

When state park RV camping across Massachusetts, you’ve got to stop by Mount Tom State Reservation, especially if you’re a bird watcher. The park offers some of the best hawk-spotting opportunities in the region. Bird watching aside, there’s lots of stuff to keep you busy while camping in a rental motorhome at Mount Tom State Park. For starters, the park has an extensive trail system that is fantastic for hiking. If the absence of noise doesn’t captivate you, the stunning landscape will. Other activities Holyoke campers can enjoy include fishing, skating, and skiing. Want to experience all this and many more? Rent a camper near Mount Tom State Reservation and embark on an unforgettable vacation.

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Getting Outdoors

Are you into hiking? If so, you’ll have a good time camping with an RV near Holyoke. The solitude is unreal. It is hard to tell that the park is just a short distance away from a small city. The Mount Tom via Quarry Trail is a 3.9 mile-long trail that offers a good mix of terrains. The 5.2 miles long T. Bagg Trail to NET/M&M Trail to Keystone Trail Loop is ideal if you’re chasing the beautiful views. If you’re in the company of kids or seniors, have a go at the easy 1.2 miles long Kay-Bee and Keystone Trail Loop.

While hiking, be sure to pass by the remains of the Eyrie House Hotel, which is situated on Mt. Nonotuck. The mountain caught fire in 1901, leaving charred remains strewed across the summit. Many of the hiking trails are available for skiers during the winter. The park was once home to the Mount Tom Ski Area, which was closed in 1998. Despite being closed, many winter sports fanatics still use the area for backcountry skiing during the cold months.

When RV camping at Mount Tom State Reservation, don’t miss out on the annual fall hawk migration. The park is one of the best migration viewing spots in the state. Hundreds, perhaps thousands of hawks swoop across the sky in kettles heading south. Owls and other birds of prey can also be sighted during the migration.

Camping at Mount Tom State Reservation

Planning to camp in an RV near Holyoke? You’ll be spoilt for choice over the number of campgrounds available in the area. If proximity to the park is important, consider setting up your Holyoke camper rental at the Westover Famcamp. The back-in sites are only equipped with water and electric hookups, but there’s a conveniently placed dump station along the exit. Additional amenities include showers, restrooms, and laundry facilities.

If you’re willing to sacrifice proximity for a campground with more amenities, check out the Northampton / Springfield KOA in Westhampton. Just like most KOA sites, electric, water, and sewer hookups are available on the pull-thru sites. Guests get access to WiFi, cable TV, and even propane. Some of the amenities include a pet area, a camp store, and a snack bar. For recreation, there are outdoor courts, a pool, and a playground.

Exploring the Area

When your time Mount Tom Reservation Area camping is almost over, take your time exploring the nearby towns as it might be a while before you’re back. If the kids tagged along, a visit to the Eric Carle Museum is worthwhile. The museum is devoted to the art of the picture book, especially focusing on children’s books.

After checking out the vast collection of picture books, point your travel trailer to Stockbridge for a tour of the Norman Rockwell Museum. Established in 1969, the museum contains the globe’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art. Additionally, the museum also contains a large collection of items such as photographs, fan mail, and documents.

When time allows, drive your campervan to Springfield and check out the Springfield Armory. It was the primary manufacturing center for military firearms for the US military until its closure in 1968. Follow it up with a visit to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. Since its inception, more than 300 stars have been inducted. Some of the most popular inductees include Magic Johnson, Bill Russell, and the legendary Michael Jordan.

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