Beach camping in New England

Beach campsites are abundant in New England, where each state puts its own spin on the scenery.

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Beach camping in New England guide

Overview

New England beach camping ranges from cabin rentals on the shorelines of Maine to state park stays in Rhode Island. No matter the state, East Coast campers are sure to find tent sites and RV parks on sandy beaches to suit their styles. If you're hoping to hike, opt for a New Hampshire getaway in view of the White Mountains, or know that Acadia National Park hits the sweet spot for summitters, swimmers, and solitude seekers. Weekend adventurers can head to an oceanfront campground in Cape Cod, where Boston, Provincetown, and Providence are all easily accessible, or explore Connecticut's small towns from Rocky Neck State Park. Saltwater camping is at its best in warm weather, but Northeast campsites are just as fun—and all the more peaceful—in the cooler months. Spend chilly mornings cozying up in a waterfront yurt near the Atlantic Ocean, and you'll appreciate the sea even without swimming.

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