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Your Guide to Private RV Rentals in Northern Massachusetts

Your options are endless with an RV rental in Northern Massachusetts. From famed cities to New England coastline to some of the country’s most important historical sites, you will find that traveling with a camper trailer rental in Northern Massachusetts offers a little bit of everything.

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Thanks to RVshare, it’s easy to find and reserve private RV rentals in Northern Massachusetts now. Simply search through our peer-to-peer rental network to find the best RV for your needs. You can find everything from a luxury RV rental or a large motorhome rental to a pop up camper rental or travel trailer rental in Northern Massachusetts.

How to Find an RV Rental in Northern Massachusetts

If you’re looking for cheap RVs for rent in Northern Massachusetts, RVshare is the place to be. Because we offer peer-to-peer, private rentals from individual owners, our costs are some of the lowest you’ll find. We offer hundreds of private RV rentals in Northern Massachusetts that start as low as $50 per day.

For those who aren’t sure if they want to rent an RV in Northern Massachusetts through a private owner, rest assured that RVshare is completely safe, secure, and trustworthy. By going through our network, you’re provided with a $10,000 peace of mind guarantee on all of your payments.

Renting your RV rental in Northern Massachusetts through RVshare also assures that you have access to our 24/7 roadside assistance services. Plus, if you enjoy your RV rental, (which we’re sure you will), you can participate in our rewards program and receive discounts on your future private RV rentals in Northern Massachusetts and beyond.

Discovering Boston with a Motorhome Rental in Northern Massachusetts

If you’re ready to start planning the trip of a lifetime with your RV rental in Northern Massachusetts, chances are you’ll be starting off in Boston. If you plan to start elsewhere, you can always book a one way RV rental to Northern Massachusetts.

Boston is not only the largest city in New England, but its’ also easily one of the most important and historic cities in all of America. Every year, it lands in the top 10 most popular tourist destinations in the country, and for good reason.

As you may already know, Boston was the center of the American Revolution and the country’s fight for independence in the 18th century. The infamous Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party both took place in the city, while the important battles of Lexington and Concord took place close by. The city itself is known as “the Cradle of Liberty.”

Historical tours of the city of Boston are a must for first-time visitors. There are also many great museums that you can visit that are fun for the whole family, including the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, the US Constitution Museum, the New England Aquarium, and the MIT Museum. For beer-drinkers in the family, the Sam Adams Brewery tour is a must.

Boston also boasts many public parks and trails. The Boston Common and Public Garden is one of the most popular, and it features beautiful landscaping, swan boats, and suspension bridges. The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile walking tour through Boston’s downtown area that covers some of the city’s most notable historical sites (16 in total).

Finally, Boston is a dream destination for any sports enthusiasts in the family. From Fenway Park, the oldest major league baseball stadium and home to the Boston Red Sox, to the New England Patriots for NFL lovers, as well as the city’s countless college sports teams, the possibilities are endless.

Boston is also home to two of the country’s biggest annual celebrations: St. Patrick’s Day and Independence Day. In March, the entire city transforms into an emerald wonderland. With a significant Irish population, Boston is home to one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the world. Of course, there is nothing more American than spending the 4th of July in Boston, and the festivities do not disappoint.

Due to intense traffic congestion and poor road conditions, it’s not recommended to drive around Boston. Instead, you should leave your RV at your campgrounds or a train station and take public transportation around the city. Winter Island Park Campground and Wompatuck State Park are great nearby RV parks that offer a getaway from urban life and are immersed in nature.

New England's Coast with a Camper Rental in Northern Massachusetts

If you’re itching to dip your feet in the Atlantic, the coast of Northern Massachusetts offers some lovely New England beaches. Gloucester, a true New England fishing town, is actually the country’s oldest seaport. Newburyport is a great beach for anyone interested in recreational activities and delicious seafood restaurants. For the freshest lobster and most interesting coastline, check out the popular town of Rockport.

Salem is another popular destination for anyone with a camper rental in Northern Massachusetts. It’s become infamous as the location of the “Salem Witch Trials”, and every October they put on quite a show for Halloween.

Apart from destinations centered around this event, such as the Salem Witch Museum, there are plenty of other historical stops and beautiful parks. Be sure to check out the House of Seven Gables and the Peabody/Essex Museum while you’re there.

Booking Your RV Rental in Northern Massachusetts

Now that you’re ready to reserve your RV rental in Northern Massachusetts, booking private RV rentals with RVshare can be done in three easy steps.

  1. Search our website for RV rentals in Northern Massachusetts and filter the results according to your needs. You can filter by size, type, location, price, and more.
  2. Book the RV of your choice and get in touch with the owner to set up pickup and dropoff details.
  3. Show up on the agreed upon pickup date to get the keys and have the owner give you a demo of the vehicle or trailer.

Now you’re ready to hit the road! If you still have questions, check out our FAQ page for more information.

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