Twin Oaks Campground
The camp is nestled in the Merrimack Region on the Suncook River, wildlife opportunities abound. But visitors will only minutes from the city and all its bright lights. You can enjoy amenities such as free Wi-Fi, spacious sites, honeywagon service, in-ground pool, fishing, canoeing, and a playground. For novice RV rental drivers use caution in the trees here.
Taza Chocolate Factory
The factory offers delectable tours where you'll get a chance to see how stone ground chocolate is made and you'll get a taste as well. In fact there are plenty of samples, with unique flavors including eggnog, sea salt, coffee and jalapeno chocolate. Make sure you make a reservation online
Cape Ann Camp Site
Cape Ann Camp Site is located 30 miles northeast of Boston in the historic city of Gloucester. Established in 1949, Cape Ann Camp Site is a family owned and operated business built on the knowledge that the vacation is only as good as its destination, and it would be difficult to find a more ideal location than this small fishing village on the coast of Massachusetts. Gloucester, the jewel of Cape Ann, is both America?s Fishing Port and the Whale Watch Capital of the World. Avid historians and weary vacationers are equally charmed by its antiquity and its beauty. Cape Ann Camp Site is firmly committed to preserving its natural environment Therefore, each of its 200 sites are unique. Whether you have an RV and would like a full hookup site with a water view or you have a simple tent and love the shade, Cape Ann Camp Site has a spot for you and your family. Every site comes with a ready-made fireplace and picnic table. They also have six toilet and shower buildings, and a small campsite store stocked with ice and wood. They now also offer a centrally located Wi-Fi signal and Wi-Fi on big rig spots for Internet connectivity.
Country Store Camping Area
Would you like to explore Lawrence in Massachusetts? It's a lovely city, with plenty of good restaurants, bars, and pubs. If so, make Country Store Camping Area your base. It's only 14 miles away from Lawrence, in Kingston, New Hampshire, so you won't have far to travel. It is in a beautiful wooded location, with a 300-acre lake, which has a lovely sandy beach for sunbathing and swimming. There is also a boat launch and dock area, which is perfect if you want to go fishing or just enjoy a pleasant boating experience, admiring the wildlife. The campsite itself is wooded for shade, and is clean and spacious. You get full hookup, restrooms, showers, and cable TV. If you want to spend the day at the camp instead of going out, there is plenty to do in addition to the lake. There is a playground for the kids, and a separate area for toddlers. You can play volleyball, softball, basketball, ping pong, and horseshoes. There is a recreation hall where you can play bingo, join in a karaoke or lip sync contest, and take part in adult and teen dances. At holiday weekends, there are cookouts.
Berry's Grove Campground
Because Berry?s Grove Campground is located on Lake Mascuppic in Tyngsboro, near to Lowell, Massachusetts, visitors can expect a quiet, family friendly environment that offers great fishing and swimming in the summer months. With large pull through sites that are accessible to big rigs and open year round, and offering full hookups and utilities including 30 and 50 amp electrical, town water and sewer, Berry?s Grove Campground is essentially a small park on a beautiful lake. Although there is no pool, showers, or Wi-Fi at the park, other services include Comcast cable, and a phone service available on every site, plus a marina that is very useful for boating on Lake Mascuppic. The park offers few amenities, but the rates are reasonable and the location is very convenient to shopping in both Nashua, NH and Lowell, MA areas and thus caters well to long term residents. The park is closely monitored by video cameras, with no tenting or dogs allowed.
Revere Beach, which is three miles long, was the first public beach to be created in America, back in 1896. It is sandy and is well worth visiting if you enjoy swimming and watersports. It is also very popular with walkers. It has a boardwalk, which has shaded resting areas so you can sit and enjoy the views. These are handicap accessible. There are plenty of restaurants. bars, and ice cream parlors close by, so you won't go hungry. If you enjoy peace and quiet, go during the week, but if you like to see a bit of life, visit at the weekend. There is often a band playing at the bandstand, and excellent food stalls are set up. Probably the best time to come is July when the New England Sand Sculpting Competition is on. Some amazing sculptures can be seen, and the whole place has a party atmosphere. People from all over New England descend on Revere Beach for this special event.
A lovely square filled with quaint bargain shops, excellent dining, fun pubs, and a unique movie theater, offering art house films. The square is considered the heart of Somerville, and it should be a mandatory stop. Parking is hard to find so you may to take the T line to the Davis sq. stop. Enjoy the bustling center and discover your favorite place in Somerville.
Strawbery Banke Museum
The neighborhood's history traces back to 1630, and today it is a living museum. Visitors will be treated to tours by costumed role players, learn about the arts and crafts of the day, heritage gardens, and eat traditional foods.