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The 20 best camping spots in Massachusetts.

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

Moon In The Pond Farm
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1. Moon In The Pond Farm

100% Recommend (9 Campers)

Moon In The Pond is a small farm nestled on a quiet and picturesque dirt road in the southern Berkshire hills in Sheffield, Massachusetts. ...

Lu
Lu: We had a blast!!! Such a nice place. In the middle of nowhere, apart from WiFi and phone signals. This place is a jewel for...
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Rosasharn Farm
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2. Rosasharn Farm

"Glamping" on one of our outfitted campers or bring your tent and choose a secluded wooded glen or open field by the pond. You may relax on the...

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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.
Moss Hill Farm
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3. Moss Hill Farm

Experience a bit of natural immersion and enjoy the endless opportunities for outdoor recreation while camping in the Berkshires of Western...

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Farm Fun at Forest's Edge
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4. Farm Fun at Forest's Edge

Camp at the forest's edge of a gorgeous working farm in Southeastern Connecticut any time of the year! Tons of privacy, comfortable camping...

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Cape Cod Potato Chips are made right in Hyannis, and visitors can tour the factory while filling up on every flavor of fried potato.
Harold Parker Campground

5. Harold Parker Campground

Come hang your hammock in groves of hardwood, hemlock, and white pine forest at the Harold Park State Forest Campground. The campsites are...

Myles
Myles: Harold Parker State Campground is the perfect distance from Boston for small one- or two-day escapes. I recently packed my...
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Boston Harbor Islands

6. Boston Harbor Islands

You’ve got to add the Boston Harbor Islands to your camping belt. There’s four islands you can camp on—Grape, Bumpkin, Peddocks and Lovells. Just...

Joshua
Joshua: Kayaked to Lovells island from Christian A Herter Park above Harvard on the Charles River over July 4th weekend, 2016. Do your...
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The Connecticut River is the longest river in New England, reaching from the Canadian border to the Long Island Sound.
Pearl Hill Campground

7. Pearl Hill Campground

Looking for abundant swimming opportunities and miles of hiking trails beneath a canopy of pines? Pearl Hill Campground has got your back, and is...

Alex
Alex: The proximity to some major towns can limit any rural feel to this campsite. When we were there it was noisy and no obvious...
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Willard Brook Campground

8. Willard Brook Campground

Party down in a group yurt or nestle into the quaint campsites at Willard Brook Sate Forest, only 50 miles from Beantown. The campground is...

Cm
Cm: recommend steer clear of WIllard Brook and Pearl Hill; especially if you have children. Both sites have had increasing gang...
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Herman Melville wrote Moby Dick at his home in the Berkshire Mountains of Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
Wompatuck Campground

9. Wompatuck Campground

No excuses Boston! It’s time to get outside. At a minuscule 35 minutes from downtown, it's easy to exchange skyscrapers for nature-scapes. 12 miles...

Caroline
Caroline: My fiance and I stayed here for the 4th of July weekend, and I was shocked that the campground wasn't full! We stayed in a tent...
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George Washington State Campground

10. George Washington State Campground

Love to make your eggs and bacon over an open flame? Come prepared with your own stove gear because this campground is certainly on the primitive...

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The Boston-based Red Sox baseball team have a patent on the color "Fenway Green."
Farmland
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11. Farmland

63 acre organic family farm. Pitch a tent in our forest next to a stream with a wading pool. Access to clean drinking water and a bathroom at our...

Wells Campground

12. Wells Campground

Fancy a quaint New England pond to camp, swim, and fish in the heart of Massachusetts? Wells State Park offers woodland campsites beside Walker...

Lake Dennison Campground

13. Lake Dennison Campground

There’s something timeless about a canoe. Gliding through crystal clear lakes that reflect New England foliage, packing a picnic for two, and...

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Otter River Campground

14. Otter River Campground

Hike through a canopy of pine, bike over mountains, View local wildlife, or swim at Beaman Pond. Anyway you swing it, the Otter River Campground...

Salisbury Beach Campground

15. Salisbury Beach Campground

The popular Salisbury Beach Campground is the eastern seaboard at its best! A picturesque beach stretching along the Atlantic with striking dunes,...

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West Thompson Lake Campground

16. West Thompson Lake Campground

West Thompson Lake Campground is one of the few more traditional, government-operated campgrounds in a Connecticut National Forest. If you'd rather...

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Stateline Campresort & Cabins

17. Stateline Campresort & Cabins

The name is really accurate here: Stateline Campresort and Cabins is located right at the Connecticut-Rhode Island border and is more like a resort...

Gilson Pond Campground

18. Gilson Pond Campground

The majestic splendor of Mount Monadnock is beckoning to you, and you owe it to yourself to heed the call. Tis a challenging trail for New England,...

Breakneck Pond Campsite

19. Breakneck Pond Campsite

Explore the forested beauty that Nipmuck State Forest has to offer when you crash at Breakneck Pond campsite. Here, you can bask in the scenic...

Robin
Robin : Did this hike 8-8-15. No table, out house, or fire ring. This picture is not the pond. total hike is 9.5 mile loop with two...
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Mashamoquet Brook Campground

20. Mashamoquet Brook Campground

The Mashamoquet Brook Campground has fewer sites than the Wolf Den Campground (+1 for solitude), plus these sites are wooded (+1 for nature). Sure,...