Whether you crave mountains or lakes, the ocean or rivers, the variety of the region’s terrain is best appreciated when you can slow down, spend a night in its sweet embrace, and wake up to the sounds of loons echoing across a lake. At night, after the s’mores have been devoured, stare at the clear sky and shimmering stars. Without the distraction of a television or computer, you’ll get to know your children again. Here are 10 of my favorite places to camp for a night in New England.
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- Lake Waramaug State Park, New Preston, Conn.
- Charlestown Breachway, Rhode Island
- Mount Greylock State Reservation, Adams
- Nickerson State Park, Brewster
- Boston Harbor Islands
- Button Bay State Park, Addison, Vt.
- Lafayette Campground, Franconia Notch State Park, N.H.
- Hermit Island Campground, Phippsburg, Maine
- Blackwoods and Seawall Campgrounds, Acadia National Park, Maine
- Baxter State Park, Millinocket, Maine