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Pearl Hill
Pearl Hill

Pearl Hill State Park, Massachusetts

If you are looking for a truly secluded haven of nature, Pearl Hill State Park is a must. The camp spots here are known to be some of the largest and most private in all of the grand state of Read more...
If you are looking for a truly secluded haven of nature, Pearl Hill State Park is a must. The camp spots here are known to be some of the largest and most private in all of the grand state of Massachusetts, all shaded under a canopy of sturdy pines. Enjoy a little shore side relaxation at the five-acre pond created by Park Hill Brook during the summer time and picturesque strolls or hearty hikes through orange and red hued trees in the fall. Explore the newest trail that connects Per Hill to Damon Pond from Willard Brook State Forest, giving you double the state park scenic beauty. That sounds like a pretty solid combo if you ask us.
Pearl Hill Campground
Alex: The proximity to some major towns can limit any rural feel to this campsite. When we were there it was...
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