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The 10 best camping spots in Massachusetts.

Up to the mountains or down by the bay; camping in Massachusetts is worth the pilgrimage.

Moss Hill Farm
Katherine
Katherine: There is a lovely site set up for tent camping about 100 yards off a dirt road that you have to...
Moon In The Pond Farm
Lu
Lu: We had a blast!!! Such a nice place. In the middle of nowhere, apart from WiFi and phone signals. This...
Cape Cod and the Boston Harbor may give Massachusetts its Bay State nickname, but this little state offers a whole world of lakes, rivers, lush forest and tall green mountains if you're willing to head west. Head all the way out to the Berkshires to sleep under the shadow of Mount Greylock and take in the tri-state views from the top of these green hills. Explore the local food Read more...
Cape Cod and the Boston Harbor may give Massachusetts its Bay State nickname, but this little state offers a whole world of lakes, rivers, lush forest and tall green mountains if you're willing to head west. Head all the way out to the Berkshires to sleep under the shadow of Mount Greylock and take in the tri-state views from the top of these green hills. Explore the local food movement with a stay on one of the many farms and private lands open for camping, or try your hand at canoe camping with a trip down the Housatonic River. Cape Cod may be swarming with tourists in the summer, but a variety of state parks and forests make it easy to find some quiet time with nature. Explore the dunes and ice cream shops by day, and enjoy the best beach camping around by night. Can't decide between ocean, lake, mountain or meadow? Massachusetts is the place for you.
Tolland Campground
Cindy
Cindy: We camp here often and love it. If you want one of the water sites 86 and 87 are our favorites but...
Nickerson Campground
Jess
Jess: Unless you plan on trying to snag a walk in site, book early. I'm talking a year in advance. Or check...
Provincetown, or "P-Town," has been an LGBT mecca for almost a century, famous for its progressive, queer-friendly culture.
Rosasharn Farm
Anne
Anne: "Glamping" on one of our outfitted campers or bring your tent and choose a secluded wooded glen or...
Farmland
Diana
Diana: 63 acre organic family farm. Pitch a tent in our forest next to a stream with a wading pool. Access to...
Cape Cod Potato Chips are made right in Hyannis, and visitors can tour the factory while filling up on every flavor of fried potato.
Wayside Inn Historic District
Jacqueline
Jacqueline: Pitch your tent in a field on a wooded lot. Walk to the Inn for dinner.
Boston Harbor Islands
Joshua
Joshua: Kayaked to Lovells island from Christian A Herter Park above Harvard on the Charles River over July...
The Connecticut River is the longest river in New England, reaching from the Canadian border to the Long Island Sound.
Erving Campground
Come camp-out along the scenic Mohawk Trail at the Erving State Forest Campground. The forest offers...
Lake Dennison Campground
There’s something timeless about a canoe. Gliding through crystal clear lakes that reflect New England...