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Willard Brook State Forest

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Willard Brook
Willard Brook
Willard Brook
Willard Brook

Willard Brook State Forest, Massachusetts

Sitting pretty just 50 miles from Boston, Willard Brook State Forest throws down some seriously classic New England woods chock full of tumbling brooks, white birch tress, and all the good times you Read more...
Sitting pretty just 50 miles from Boston, Willard Brook State Forest throws down some seriously classic New England woods chock full of tumbling brooks, white birch tress, and all the good times you can handle! Not limited to swimming, hiking, biking, and horseback riding, there’s absolutely no better place to find your self in Mass. And mercy, if you happen to be here in June, you’d best be clad with camera for the spectacular blooming mountain laurel. The campsites are prime time as well spread ideally beneath a shady pine canopy. For a truly unique group camping experience, book 10-12 of your best buds into a yurt. Complete with bunk beds, chairs, tables, water and electricity, you’ll be stylin’ hardcore.
Willard Brook Campground
Cm: recommend steer clear of WIllard Brook and Pearl Hill; especially if you have children. Both sites...
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Jennifer: This was a Fall trip but looks like it would be a fun Summer trip.