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

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Salamander Hollow Healing Habitat
3 units · Glamping17 acres · Warwick, MassachusettsBest HipCamp Massachusetts 2022 Finalist THERE IS WIFI, PRIVATE HOT SHOWER and FLUSH TOILET. ...
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Atland Artist Residency
3 units · Glamping, Tents41 acres · West Chesterfield, MassachusettsOver 40 acres of solitude tucked in the hilltowns of the western Massachusetts Berkshires -- boasting warm sunrises over the distant hills, lush forest for hiking and meandering river frontage on Bronson Brook and walking distance to the Westfield River to wade and soak in the cool mountain water or fish for native trout! The cabin and camping sites are located in beautiful trails that were created around the main home -- an architect designed masterpiece boasting a wonderful asian influence yet handcrafted from the very timberstock off the land on which it sits lending a refined rustic twist. 25 Min to Northampton and 10 min to the Berkshires! You can hike or bike to the best swimming holes around and camp within our beautiful forested hills of hemlock, birch, maple, and wildflower meadow. If you're into kayaking/canoeing/tubing/hiking/fishing, then this is the perfect space for you. Come escape and breathe in our cool clean mountain air :)
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The maple tree, the meadow, and my tent site.
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Lovely Montague Retreat
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents21 acres · Montague, MassachusettsOur land is 21 acres situated on the Connecticut River in Montague, MA.  We are grateful for the...
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FRAGO Farm
4 units · Motorhomes, Tents8 acres · Shutesbury, Massachusetts120 year old sawmill property currently being cleaned up
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Backyard camping near college town
1 unit · Tent1 acre · Northampton, MassachusettsLearn more about this land:Basic back yard camping with private, indoor bathroom. There is a...
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Rosy Goat Farm
1 unit · Motorhome, Tent15 acres · Gilbertville, MassachusettsWelcome to Rosy Goat Farm!! We are the quintessential family farm/homestead, our farmhouse was built in the 1840’s Bill and I bought this 15-acre property in 2012, It was overgrown with wild roses. We have worked with a limited budget, and used animals to clear the land. The goats love the roses, but they only eat the leaves. The pigs dig the roses up. Chickens rake it clean. Win win! Very interesting place here- lots to tell you, there’s quite a list of things to do and see around here! Did you know that Gilbertville has a covered bridge? It is one of the last covered bridges still in use in Massachusetts! First- a touch of History: Rev. Timothy Ruggles bought this land from the Native Americans for his family to live on, and work the land. His son, Brigadeer General Timothy Ruggles became unpopular after he introduced the Stamp Act, and was banished to Nova Scotia. His daughter Bathsheba became the first woman executed in the United States for the murder of her husband Joshua Spooner. (There’s a book about it called Murdered by his wife by Deborah Navas.) Want to know local eateries? For breakfasts and lunch there is The Whistle Stop diner, it was a former Boston & Albany Railroad station and now, The Mass Central Rail Trail runs through here; and Rose 32, a well known bakery that serves tea, coffee and sandwiches. There’s Hardwick house of Pizza- for tasty pizza and subs, which also serves beer. Feeling fancy? Try Hardwick Crossing Country Club (features a golf course), it has a restaurant with a full-service bar, gorgeous scenery! Its a 3 minute drive from here Mimi’s for your morning coffee and lunch, yum! Also check out Stone Cow Brewery in Barre -has a kids play area while you wait for your meal! Ware has Mexicali Grill, Theresa’s Restaurant for Italian foods, Hanna Devine’s for traditional American cuisine, and, Pig Park BBQ for comfort food! Farmer Mat in North Brookfield has take out meals- there are picnic tables available, beautiful views. Things to do: You can kayak, and fish, at Swift River in Belchertown. Hardwick is the home of the oldest agricultural fair in the US, held every year in August, and, every Sunday there’s a small farmers market on the common. Hardwick also has a winery- Hardwick Vineyard and Winery, and, check out Lost Towns brewery- the name is a throwback to the 4 towns that were submerged to create the Quabbin Reservoir! Medicine River Pow Wow is In August here in Gilbertville. River Run. The East Quabbin Land Trust has birdwatching and fabulous views, and the Central Mass Bike trail entrance is located here. Bike it or hike it! Quabbin Reservoir is close by for boating and fishing. There are free concerts in Grenville Park in Ware, (check for dates). Ware also has Janine’s Frostee ice cream and fast foods- and live music on weekend nights! Also check out these on line: Ragged Hill orchard and Rock House Reservation in West Brookfield, and Carter and Stevens farm in Barre, and the Leicester, and Mendon movie drive-in’s. Old Sturbridge village is 30 minutes away. Lake Siog in Holland has a lovely picnic area and beach for swimming. (30 mins South from here) Isn’t this area great or what?!
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Bakers Island Light Campsite
3 units · Tents10 acres · MassachusettsBakers Island Light Station is located on Bakers Island in Salem Sound, a 60-acre island with a...
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Sigren Summerhouse
1 unit · GlampingSandwich, MassachusettsIn the teens (and in their teens) my paternal grandparents immigrated to Massachusetts from...
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Cozie Nook Homestead
2 units · Tents110 acres · Ashfield, MassachusettsA small family farm that has been in Dennis's family since 1914. The old county road once existed...
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Sunflower Retreat
1 unit · Glamping2 acres · Cummington, MassachusettsA humble, 2-acre vegetarian family micro farm. Home to our family of five, 2 cats, 2 rabbits and...
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Shite Foot Farms
1 unit · Glamping2 acres · Bellingham, MassachusettsFollow us on Instagram @shitefootfarms  Just a city girl who always wanted to be Snow White. I...
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Private campsites miles of trails!
22 units · Motorhomes, Tents22 acres · Adams, MassachusettsAisling Mountain Farm event campgrounds are available for local events. Tent camping conveniently...
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Vermont is one of New England's unspoiled treasures, teeming with rolling hills, mountain hikes, and wilderness lakes. Known for its wealth of family-friendly state parks, the Green Mountain state never fails to draw a summer crowd. From the shores of Lake Champlain to the Green Mountain National Forest, this strip of rural beauty has a lot to offer.

For aquatic adventures, spend the day boating at Burton Island State Park. Looking for a quiet respite? Embark on a paddling trip on the Green River Reservoir, or explore 60 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails at Groton State Forest.

Sometimes called the sixth Great Lake, meandering Lake Champlain is a boating and fishing paradise. Explore the many islands and hidden coves, or head to Grand Isle to cycle the easy trails of the flat lake valley.

Vermont campgrounds welcome all kinds of campers. Aside from the famous lean-tos, you also find tent sites, drive-in sites, cottages, cabins, and yurts. Locations range from lakeside camping areas to secluded backcountry sites in the mountain wilderness. You can even bring your hooved buddy to one of several horse camping areas.

Most state campgrounds accept both reservations and first come, first served campers. However, keep in mind that Vermont state parks don't offer hookups. if you're looking to hike, avoid traveling during the spring as the trails are often muddy from snow melt.

Summers boast great weather, but you'll need your rain gear—summer downpours are pretty common. Camping in Vermont is hugely popular, but you can beat the summer rush by traveling after Labor Day. Plan a trip from September to mid-October for a chance to see the famous New England fall colors.

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