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Cruise America – Boston

Cruise America 426 , Boston, MA




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Cruise America – Boston

Cruise America 8 , Boston, MA




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Cruise – Compact RV 19 ft

Cruise – Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19
Sleeps 3
Features
  • Stereo system
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
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Cruise – Class C 25′

Cruise – Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25
Sleeps 5
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • CD Player
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Cruise – Class C 30′

Cruise – Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30
Sleeps 7
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Dash Air Conditioning
  • Roof Air Conditioning
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Cruise – T17 Truck & Camper

Cruise – T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17
Sleeps 2
Features
  • Shower
  • Cruise Control
  • Microwave Oven
  • Toilet
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Roof Air Conditioning
  • CD Player
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Boston, a city founded in the early sixteen hundreds with one of the most diverse and enthralling histories in America, is a magnificent town from where to start your vacation.

 

Places to Camp in Boston

Normandy Farms Family Campground – Travel deep, deep into the woods in the between Boston and Cape Cod, near Foxboro, Massachusetts. There, amid the colourful woods and placid lakes you will have an RV rental camping vacation of a lifetime.

Wompatuck State Park  – just over half an hours drive from downtown Boston, this state park named after a famed Indian Chief, Josiah Wompatuck, is a friendly, spacious, and activity-loaded campground with something to offer all guests.

Black Bear Campground –  just outside of Salisbury, Massachusetts, you will pull your RV rental over to enjoy the white sandy beaches and gentle waves of this scenic RV resort. A short drive north of Boston, this full hook-up site offers many activities and amenities to keep your RV rental vacation running smoothly.

Salisbury Beach State Reservation – five minutes walk from the beautiful Atlantic Ocean, this site is for water lovers. With a river on one side, and the ocean on another, there is plenty of opportunity for fishing, boating, swimming or lazing on the beach.

Mill Brook RV Park – Visit this friendly, quiet and relaxing park. This park includes full hook-ups and a swimming pool.

White Birch Campground – Set in the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts.

King’s Family Campground – Beautiful waterfront camping spots available. Offers a convenience store, showers, laundry facilities, well maintained beach and swimming area, and a recreation area with a volleyball field.

RV Park Hunter – This well laid out site has lots of campgrounds in and around Boston.

Cape Ann Camp Site – a thirty-mile drive northeast of Boston, situated by the city of Gloucester, Cape Ann Camp Site is a nice campground to visit. Incredible opportunities to see whales, or take your kids to Salem for a look into the past of witchcraft, Cape Ann Camp Site’s location is convenient for your Boston vacation.

Bay View Campground – in Bourne, Massachusetts, the Bay View Campground is a great place to visit in your RV rental. Family friendly with plenty of nice amenities, you will thoroughly enjoy camping with your motor home rental in the area below Boston.

KOA Campgrounds – KOA is a chain of campgrounds across the US and Canada. These campgrounds usually have lots of amenities including pools, general stores and mini golf.

The KOA Campground in Boston/Cape Cod is fifteen minutes west of Plymouth, and is a great location for exploring many Boston locations, the contours of Plymouth Rock, and the paces of Freedom Trail. Winner of the President’s Award for Quality and Service, this is a very nice KOA Kampground.

Minute Man – formerly a KOA, this campground has decided to try running a private RV and campground. With a well-maintained campground, and friendly owners this is a great spot to stop at when visiting Boston.

Things to do in Boston

Duck Boat Tours – take a ride around the cities shoreline in an authentic World War II vehicle. Experienced ConDUCKtors who will inform you about the relevant facts will guide these duck mobiles and sights as you glide by Boston’s many attractions.

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center – there is always some event, festival or exhibition scheduled here

Stata Center -this new center, built onto the side of Building 20 in MIT, is already becoming a much talked about piece of work. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, a Pritzker prize winner, the Stata Center is a work of art in innovative construction.

Boston University/ Harvard/ MIT/Northeastern – the brains of the world unite in the intellectual metropolitan of Boston.

Old North Church – this historic Episcopal Church located on the North Shore of Boston is one of the most beautiful Episcopal churches in Boston. Since 1723 this still active Georgian style church has had a chequered past from Paul Revere all the way to current day events.

Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum – although the Museum is currently under construction, the information and the sights of this famous rebellion is one thing that Boston is renowned for.

Boston Harbor – when you are a small coastal state, your access to the harbour is a very important thing. With whale watching, boat tours, boardwalks, and fishing, the Boston harbour is a very vibrant place to visit.

Beacon Hill – the prestigious upper-class Brahmins used to inhabit the English style mansions of this aristocratic neighborhood.

Plan your trip to Boston with help from the Greater Boston Convention Center and Visitors Bureau.

 

Annual Events & Festivals in Boston

Boston Freedom Rally – the second-largest gathering in the US demanding marijuana law reform. Features lots of live music.

Wellfleet OysterFest – beer, wine, arts, crafts and music all celebrating the famous Wellfleet oyster.

Topsfield Fair – grandstand shows, farmyard exhibits, a horse draft show, a flower show, a giant midway and much more.

The Christmas Festival – showcasing over 300 different crafters from around the country. One stop Christmas shopping.

The Big E – the worlds only multi-state fair, featuring big name musicians including Alan Jackson. Also new England history and agriculture, animals, rides, shopping, and a daily parade.

Sheepshearing Festival – see demonstrations of sheep-shearing, herding dogs, spinning, weaving, a large craft fair, wagon rides, live music, Morris dancers, historic re-enactors, gardening activities, food vendors and farm animals.

Downtown Plymouth Waterfront Festival – arts and craft shows, food vendors, festival carnival and you live stages. Plymouth MA. 40 miles South of Boston.

Blues n Brews Festival – live music, dozens of regional craft breweries, great food, craft and vendor booths and more.