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Damon Daybreak 3135

Damon Daybreak 3135

2007 / Class A Motor Home
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Sleeps 6
12.1 miles from Massachusetts
$225
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Forest River RV FR3 32DS

Forest River RV FR3 32DS

2016 / Class A Motor Home
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Sleeps 8
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17.5 miles from Massachusetts
$399
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KZ Escape E191BH

KZ Escape E191BH

2017 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
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15.4 miles from Massachusetts
$200
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KZ Spree Escape E14RB

KZ Spree Escape E14RB

2013 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 6
12.1 miles from Massachusetts
$99
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Jayco Alante 31V

Jayco Alante 31V

2020 / Class A Motor Home
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Sleeps 8
65.8 miles from Massachusetts
$299
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Sunset RV Rush R19FC

Sunset RV Rush R19FC

2011 / Toy Hauler
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Sleeps 4
12.1 miles from Massachusetts
$120
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Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

Forest River RV Cherokee Grey Wolf 26DBH

2019 / Travel Trailer
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Sleeps 10
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20.1 miles from Massachusetts
$115
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Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a splendid New England state with just under 200 miles of Atlantic coast, two charming islands, and the world's oldest ballpark. While it's the fifth smallest state in the U.S., Massachusetts manages to jam ample amounts of big-city excitement, nautical attractions, and small-town charm within its borders. If you're thinking of traveling to the Bay State, take a moment to learn about the different RV types, so you can pick the perfect one for your trip.

Travelers with suitable pickup trucks or SUVs may prefer towable rigs. While you cannot access pop-up camper or travel trailer amenities while you are driving, these towable options often boast a lower price tag and a more rugged camping feel. Once you park, you'll feel right at home in the trailer. Search RVshare to find a wide range of pop-up camper rentals in Massachusetts.

Alternatively, there are three classes of motorhome rentals in Massachusetts. The Class C camper rentals in Massachusetts include ample onboard amenities and adequate fuel efficiency. Meanwhile, Class B campervans offer a condensed yet amenity-rich alternative for those who don't want the hassle of backing in and parking a big rig. On the other hand, Class A motorhomes have a bus-like build that serves as a home away from home.

RV Campgrounds Near Massachusetts

Massachusetts is home to plenty of RV friendly camping spots. The Boston Minuteman Campground is located right outside of the state's capital city. As such, it's a good base for campers looking to explore Boston and the North Shore.

Meanwhile, Normandy Farms Campground offers a woodsy vacation between Boston and Cape Cod. Here, there are 400 RV sites with full hookups and ample amenities.

Adventure Bound Camping Resorts of Cape Cod is located in the coastal town of Truro. It's the perfect camping spot for individuals looking to explore the Atlantic Coast and waterside villages of the Cape.

US National & State Parks Nearby Massachusetts

While Massachusetts is not home to any National Parks, Acadia National Park in Maine is just an hour and 45 minutes from Boston. This breathtaking park offers nearly 50,000 acres of wildlife outside of Bar Harbor. Popular attractions at Acadia include the Bass Harbor Head Light, Cadillac Mountain, and the Great Head Trail.

Massachusetts is also home to the Cape Cod National Seashore, which encompasses over 40,000 acres of land, including 40 miles of the eastern shore of Cape Cod. The state is also home to the Lowell Heritage State Park, which is located alongside canals and mills that once served the booming New England textile industry. Of course, Western Massachusetts has its own selection of state parks, including the scenic Mohawk Trail State Forest and the Daughters of the American Revolution Forest.

RV Storage Facilities in Massachusetts

Wondering where to store your RV in Massachusetts for safe keeping? CubeSmart Self Storage of Medford is a great place to start. This storage facility offers 20-foot uncovered outdoor parking spots for low seasonal rates. Life Storage of Weymouth is another great RV storage option in the Boston area. They offer 20-foot enclosed parking spaces with 24-hour access. There's also Westboro Self Storage, which offers 30-foot outdoor parking spaces with secure access. Of course, you'll also find plenty of additional storage facilities sprinkled throughout the rest of the state.

Dumpstations in Massachusetts

If you're on the road in an RV, it's important to have access to an affordable dumpstation. M&L Transit System in Woburn, Massachusetts, offers cash-only trailer washouts. Meanwhile, the Lowell City Waste Water Department offers free RV dumps. On the other hand, many of the RV friendly campgrounds, including Boston Minuteman, Circle CG Farm, and Winter Island, boast complimentary dumpstations.

Popular Tourist Attractions for an RV Rental Massachusetts

There's so much to see and do when you have a Massachusetts RV rental. If you enjoy nature, take a tour of Shelburne Fall's Bridge of Flowers and explore the Glacial Potholes of the Deerfield River. You can even board your RV rental in Massachusetts on the Steamship Authority's ferry when you're ready to visit Martha's Vineyard. Then, take your turn trying to snatch the brass ring from the Flying Horse Carousel in Oak Bluffs.

Love the island life? Then there’s no better way to kick off the springtime than by attending the Nantucket Wine and Food Festival!

Sports and Entertainment Near Massachusetts

There’s nothing like a day at the motocross races! The noise...the thrills...the spills...the dirt and mess. It all adds up to a day that’s sure to live on in everyone’s memories for a long time. Whether you’re heading to Southwick National solo, or making it a family affair the kids are sure to remember for a long time, you’re sure to enjoy yourself. And since it’s all outdoors, you’ll get to spend a day out in the fresh air watching racers do some truly death-defying feats and having a blast at the same time. 

Highways in or Near Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Turnpike, known as the Mass Pike, is an all-electronic toll road that goes from the Berkshires to Boston. Massachusetts also has several toll-free highways, including I-91, I-95, I-495, and I-93.

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RV Storage Near Massachusetts
Medford is essentially a suburb of Boston but has fun and interesting things to do on its own, such as visiting the Royal House and Slave Quarters and checking out Wright’s Tower. If you’re in town with your RV and you need a storage solution, you’ll find some options in the area. Eight RV storage Medford facilities are listed below in random order. The RV storage facilities in Medford, Massachusetts, and nearby are best suited for RVs under 30 feet long. They’re also mainly outdoor storage, so you’ll want to make sure to only choose these spots if your RV can handle the area’s winter weather.
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