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.
Dunes' Edge Campground
A quaint family campground, nestled between sand dunes and pines. You can explore the old Cape Cod, the camp is surrounded by the Cape Cod National Seashore ? within a two-mile radius you will have access to the finest beaches for swimming, boating, sailing and fishing. Camp in your RV rental in this great park.
Race Point Beach
Catch a glimpse of seals and whales, and enjoy beautiful sunsets, the beach is located on the northern tip of Cape Cod, making it perfect place to bask in the sun. A secluded beach with spectacular views it's no wonder why it's part of the Cape Cod National Seashore.
Museum of Bad Art
Since 1994, the Museum of Bad Art has had a mission to bring the worst of art to the widest of audiences. Because of limited exhibition space, only 50 to 70 pieces are shown at a time, but there are over 600 artifacts. Each piece has an interesting narrative.
Coastal Acres Camping Court, Inc.
You will be walking distance to downtown Provincetown, with modern amenities and adequate space. A quaint atmosphere where you can relax while you enjoy outdoor activities, such as horseback riding, sailing, whale watching, boat tours, or sand dune tours. Easy to access for novice RV rental drivers.
Winter Island Marine Recreational Park
A well known secret this community managed park provides RV camping right on the banks of the water. Walking distance or a short drive to the historic Salem area this park is the perfect RV rental trip destination.
Portsmouth Harbour Trail
One great way to know the city and its history it to take the Harbour Trail Tour. Beginning June to early October. You'll discover Portsmouth?s landmarks, historic downtown and waterfront. Tours are given by trained guides.
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.