Whether you want a quiet woodland or summer camp experience, there is a camping site south of Boston that will cater to your needs.
For classic tent or RV camping, Myles Standish State Forest in Carver and Wompatuck State Park in Hingham (pictured) offer more than 600 sites and opportunity to get out into nature and play. Next
For those who like a few more creature comforts, private campgrounds are a good option. At the Boston/Cape Cod KOA in Middleborough, campers have their choice not only of RV and tent sites, but also two main types of cabins: rustic cabins with beds, but no linens; and furnished cabins with bathrooms, kitchens, linens, television, and air conditioning.
Pictured: Peter Owen of Quincy relaxes at Wompatuck State Park while his socks dry on his antenna and windshield.
Mountain bikers love Wompatuck, and trail users of all kinds — runners, road bikers, dog walkers — enjoy its network of some 70 miles of roads, trails, and paths. Next
A few campgrounds are downright resort-like, such as Normandy Farms, a family-owned operation in Foxborough, which boasts four pools—one of which is indoors—plus three hot tubs, a sauna, a wellness center where massages are offered, and a host of activities in the 20,000-square-foot lodge. On the grounds, you’ll find a disc golf course, bocce, softball, a bicycle park with terrain course, and a dog park.
Wompatuck (pictured) offers a more traditional, gather-round-the-campfire feel. Back to the beginning
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