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When was the last time you went on a revitalizing, relaxing, envigorating camping vacation where you really felt like you left the rest of the world behind for a bit and just took care of yourself and spent hours at a time in beautiful nature? If you can’t remember, it’s been too long, which means it’s definitely time to book an RV in Middlesex County and go camping at Pearl Hill Campground. Stay in the heart of Pearl Hill State Park and have lots of recreation opportunities right on your doorstep. Go hiking or biking through the green forest or go for a refreshing swim, unless you want to try your luck doing some fishing, that is.
You can bring both your family and pets RV camping at Pearl Hill Campground, as long as everyone knows that you won’t have access to all the comforts and luxuries you’re used to back home. Don’t worry, though, there are both restrooms and showers at this RV park, and even pull-through sites, making it easy to come and go as you please. Each site also has its own picnic table and fire ring, so get ready for some cozy nights in front of the campfire with your friends and family.
Even though Pearl Hill Campground camping is pretty awesome, you’ll still want to check out the surrounding area and everything it has to offer as well as making the most of your time at the RV park. Visit Townsend, the nearby town, or pop over to Fitchburg and Westminster for an afternoon or two. You can also go to Lowell and Lawrence if you’re longing for bigger cities, or do the opposite and head out into the beautiful forest and forget about everything else for a while. You won’t be too far from the coast of the Atlantic, either, where you can check out Salem and learn about the infamous witch trials.
Even though Pearl Hill Campground is great, there’s no harm in spending some time in other lovely areas where you can do some outdoor recreation. Willard Brook State Forest is a good place to start if you’re in the mood for some hiking. It’s actually possible to walk all the way to Pearl Hill State Park, so you can let someone drop you off at Willard Brook State Forest, and then you can meet up by the RV rental. Or perhaps you’d rather stick around the state forest and have a picnic with a view; it’s totally up to you.
If you haven’t grown tired of the scenic Massachusetts forests yet and wouldn’t mind adding a lake to the mix, then hop into your Townsend camper rental and head east to Long Lake Park. Here you can hike through several different kinds of habitats, including vegetated and forested wetlands, hardwoods, and grasslands, and depending on which trail you choose, you’ll see maple, oak, ash, or white pine. The lake is open for swimming, and if you want to stay on dry land, you can do some beach yoga, or just sit back and enjoy the view. There are also canoes, kayaks, and paddleboards that you can rent, so prepare for a whole day of fun in the sun.
Lakes are great, but sometimes you just want something bigger, like the ocean. If that’s how you feel, then go even farther east to Crane Beach and the majestic Atlantic. Here you can go for a swim, play in the sand, or just take in the extraordinary views of the dunes, water, marshes, and pitch pine trees. You can also pay Castle Hill a visit, or try to spot the endangered piping plover, that’s thriving in the sandy and salty environment. Have a picnic and fly a kite before calling it a day and returning to your motorhome rental.
A Massachusetts camping vacation doesn’t have to be all about swimming and hiking, so go check out Fitchburg Historical Society to learn a bit more about the culture and history of the area. In the Phoenix Building, this society has not only many interesting exhibitions, but also a large collection of glassware, farm tools, clothing, and war memorabilia for you to learn about and examine. There are also archives with loads of fascinating things like lantern slides, diaries, and newspapers.
While you’re in town, you might as well check out Fitchburg Art Museum too. Its collections include American paintings, sculptures, prints, and drawings from the colonial period to the present, and names like Mary Cassatt, Charles Sheeler, and Georgia O’Keeffe are represented. You can also see both traditional items and contemporary art from cultures across the African continent, especially tribal objects from West and Central Africa. On top of all this, you can see lots of photographs - and maybe even take some yourself.
All this and so, so much more will be yours when you get that rental RV in Townsend, so go look for one right now.