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How to Rent an RV in Northwest Massachusetts
Over 80% of Massachusetts' population lives in the Greater Boston metropolitan area, meaning that if you want to escape the rat-run and enjoy a relaxing RV vacation in a tranquil setting, you’ll want to head to the northwest region of the state.
Northwest Massachusetts has a breath-taking range of locations and attractions that you simply won’t want to miss. From a flower-lined bridge and historic village, to mountainous forests, butterfly enclosures, and everything in-between – you’re certainly in for a treat.
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Selected as a Massachusetts Cultural District, the village of Shelburne Falls is the go-to place for fun events, attractions, and activities. Not only is it extremely beautiful with its expansive natural surrounds and array of colorful gardens, but it’s also home to the famous Bridge of Flowers. This blooming landmark is open from April 1 through to October 30 and is one of the most vivid and beautiful bridge displays you’ll find!
Visitors wishing to soak up some of the history of the area will also enjoy the Shelburne Falls Trolley Museum, where they can take a ride on Trolley No. 10 and an old-fashioned pump car. There’s also an on-site gift shop filled with all things trolley related.
Where to Camp
The Country Aire Campground is located within Shelburne Falls and it features open and pull-through RV sites with full hookups. There’s also toilet and shower facilities, as well as a dump station.
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Deerfield is another town located in northwest Massachusetts, and it’s a wonderful area to visit that will have you feeling as though you’ve stepped back in time. It resembles an authentic 18th-century New England village and features restored museum houses with period architecture and furnishings, as well as examples of early American crafts, ceramics, furniture, textiles and metalwork.
You’ll also find fun and educational demonstrations of colonial-era trades, including open-hearth cooking. There’s a wide range of tours available within the town to suit every visitor, whether it’s a kid-friendly tour of Deerfield, an outdoor walking tour, a two-hour village tour, and more.
Travel a little further south in Deerfield and you’ll arrive at another popular destination – the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory & Gardens, an 8,000-square foot indoor area that’s home to nearly 4,000 exotic and domestic butterflies.
Where to Camp
White Birch Campground is located near South Deerfield and features RV sites with electric and water hookups.
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Greenfield is another town located in northwest Massachusetts that celebrates a rich colonial history with its traditional architecture, museums, and significant landmarks. One such landmark is the popular Poet’s Seat Tower, which acts as an observation tower and honors the long list of poets who sought inspiration from this region.
Old Greenfield Village is another northwest Massachusetts destination that allows visitors to step back in time and experience the world as it was over one hundred years ago. Some of these much-loved attractions within the town include a Wagon Repair Shop, a traditional Ice Cream Parlor, a Steamfitter's Shop, and more.
Where to Camp
Barton Cove Campground offers sites suitable for pop-up trailers or class C camper vans, however no utility hookups are available. White Birch Campground (mentioned previously), is less than 10 miles away if RVers would prefer hookups.
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Savoy Mountain State Forest
Want to immerse yourself in nature? Savoy Mountain State Forest is the perfect destination to visit on your northwest Massachusetts RV rental vacation, as its scenic surrounds also offer plenty of activities such as fishing, swimming, picnicking, camping, hiking, and wildlife viewing.
You’ll find North and South Ponds within the forest, as well as over 50 miles of wooded trails which take you to stunning locations such as Tannery Falls and nearby Parker Brook Falls. Hiking enthusiasts also recommend climbing up Spruce Hill on the Busby Trail to enjoy the breathtaking views on offer.
The park is open year-round from 8 a.m. until dusk. Camping, however, is from mid-May to mid-October.
Where to Camp
Historic Valley Campground is located less than 15 miles from Savoy Mountain State Forest and offers lakeside, wilderness and pull through sites for RVs, along with partial and full hookups.
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North Adams is another scenic town within northwest Massachusetts offering a wide range of activities and attractions to suit every traveler. It’s home to Natural Bridge State Park, which is a location that the famous Mohawk Trail winds through. The park’s interesting and unique rock formations are also a must-see!
Windsor Lake is another popular attraction within North Adams and it’s the perfect place for picnics, boating, and swimming. Additionally, guest will love the Cascade Waterfall, which can easily be accessed via a short and non-strenuous walk.
Alternatively, history lovers will adore the Western Gateway Heritage State Park, as it provides great information about the building of the Hoosic Tunnel and the region’s past. The Berkshire Art Museum is also a recommended attraction, featuring a converted church that now showcases sculptures, paintings and drawings from Eric Rudd and various other artists.
Where to Camp
Less than 15 miles away from North Adams, you’ll find Privacy Campground, however, it offers access for vans and tent-trailers only. Those with larger RVs may prefer to camp at Historic Valley Campground.
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Monroe State Forest
Monroe State Forest is a unique location, featuring forests, rugged mountains, and deep valleys, covered (at times) in an enchanting blanket of fog. You’ll also find moss-covered rocks, along with tranquil waterfalls, rapids and pools. Panoramic views can even be found from the top of Spruce Mountain or the CCC-built Raycroft Lookout.
The forest is open from sunrise to sunset year-round, meaning that guests can enjoy various activities during both the summer and winter months. Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling are popular when the snow has fallen, while hiking, fishing, and horseback riding are great under the summer sun.
Where to Camp
Mohawk Park Restaurant & Campground is located less than 15 miles from Monroe State Forest, making it a convenient place to park your RV overnight (or for several nights if you wish!). They offer RV sites, as well as a popular on-site restaurant.
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