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Discover Southeast Massachusetts by RV Rental
Southeast Massachusetts covers the area south of Boston to the city of Worcester and down through Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. It’s one of the most visited parts of one of the United States’ oldest settlements.
Known for its cultural and historical relevance, Massachusetts is a popular RV destination. Fly into Boston. Enjoy the beauty and the history of the city. Then grab your RV rental and head south along the Cape and discover the pure bliss of the ocean.
Rent an RV in Southeast Massachusetts
Renting an RV in Southeast Massachusetts is easy with RVshare. With major cities like Boston, Cambridge, Worcester, and Plymouth, you’ll have no problem finding the perfect RV rental for your summer vacation to the “Cape.” With tons of places to park your RV rental, you’ll have a blast with all the awesome outdoor activities you can do in Southeast Massachusetts.
Motorhome Rental in Southeast Massachusetts
Motorhome rentals are a popular way to get around Southeast Massachusetts. With close to 100 Class A motorhome rentals in Massachusetts, you’ll have no problem finding the perfect RV rental for your vacation. Choose from large luxury motorhomes with all the latest bells and whistles or a more classic model that can sleep up to eight people. The average nightly rental rate is around $250.
Rent a Folding Trailer in Southeast Massachusetts
If you have a truck or SUV than a folding trailer rental is a great option. It’s budget friendly and you can just drop the trailer at your RV park and hit the road into town. Most folding trailer rentals can sleep six people and average about $75 a night.
RV Rental Locations in Southeast Massachusetts
There are many RV rental locations in Southeast Massachusetts with a wide selection of RV rental options. Boston, Worcester, and Cape Cod are all popular RV rental locations. Enter your destination or starting point into RVshare and see all the awesome RV rental options in Southeast Massachusetts.
Points of Interest in Southeast Massachusetts
The Freedom Trail in Boston is a 2.5-mile long historic path that passes by 16 locations. The marked brick path runs between Boston Common and Bunker Hill Monument. Sites include Massachusetts State House, Old South Meeting House, and the Paul Revere House.
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum
The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum in Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod was founded in 1892. The monument commemorates the Mayflower’s first landing in the New World in 1620 whereas the Provincetown Museum is a museum that depicts the town’s rich maritime history.
Cape Cod Baseball League
Every summer, thousands of elite baseball players from around the country come to play in the Cape League. Since 1885, the Cape League has produced MLB players like Jacoby Ellsbury, Nomar Garciaparra, and Tim Lincecum.
Old Sturbridge Village
Old Sturbridge Village is an 1830s New England living history museum. The old farm features antique buildings, water-powered mills, a working farm, and lots of costumed historians. Special exhibits and workshops are available so check the calendar of events.
Sitting off the Atlantic coast just south of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard is a popular summer destination. With miles of sandy beaches, farmlands, and harbor towns, Martha’s Vineyard is your quintessential New England seaside vacation spot.
The small island of Nantucket, just south of Martha’s Vineyard, is marked by cedar-shingled buildings and dune-backed sandy beaches. Lined with high-end boutiques, seafood shacks, and cobblestone streets, Nantucket is a popular destination for America’s elite.
Cape Cod National Seashore
Cape Cod National Seashore encompasses over 43,000 acres of ponds, woods, and beachfront on Cape Cod. The park extends from Provincetown to Chatham and includes over 40 miles of beaches. Park highlights include the Highlands Center for the Arts, the Marconi Station, and the Dune Shacks of Peaked Hill Bars Historic District.
Worcester Art Museum
The Worcester Art Museum houses over 35,000 works of art spanning over 5,000 years of history. You’ll find famous paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, and more from Cassatt, Gauguin, Monet, and more.
Cape Cod is the perfect place to go whale watching during the summer months. With hundreds of companies to choose from throughout Cape Cod, you might be able to catch a glimpse of Humpback, Finback, Minke, or Pilot whales off Cape Cod Bay.
The Best RV Parks in Southeast Massachusetts
Adventure Bound Camping Resort – North Truro
Adventure Bound Camping Resort in North Truro has both full and partial hookup RV sites with picnic tables and optional cable service. The resort is close to the many sandy beaches of Cape Cod, great fishing, and even exciting whale watching tours.
Pinewood Lodge Campground – Plymouth
Nestled on 200 acres of white pine forest, Pinewood Lodge Campground is located on the shores of a 50-acre fresh water lake that is great for bass fishing, swimming, and boating. The campground has 300 shared sites that can fit large RV rentals. All RV sites have full hookups, a fire ring, and a picnic table.
Old Holbrook Place – Sutton
Old Holbrook Place is a small, quiet campground open between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The campground is perfect for small RV rentals as it can only fit trailers up to 32-feet long. You have access to Manchaug Pond, which is superb for swimming, fishing, and boating.
Wompatuck State Park – Hingham
Just a 35-minute drive from downtown Boston, Wompatuck State Park has 140 wooded campsites with electricity, a dumping station, and 12 miles of paved bicycle trails. Adjacent to the Cohasset Reservoir, there is a boat ramp for kayaks, canoes, and paddle boards.
Southeast Massachusetts is the perfect summer destination to explore by RV rental. With a rich early American history, miles and miles of sandy beaches and lots of great food and shopping, Southeast Massachusetts is perfect for the whole family.
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