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Shrewsbury, Massachusetts is located just outside Worcester and around 40 miles due west of Boston. The town derives its name from Shrewsbury, England and was first settled in 1722. It was officially incorporated in 1727. The farming industry shifted a bit in 1786 when leather became a desirable commodity, thus providing farmers motivation to develop large cattle herds.

Today it is a decent sized town with a rich past. When you search for an RV in Shrewsbury, MA, you will be in the heart of history. You will be so close to where the Revolutionary War broke out in Boston, and where so many battles took place in the fight for Independence. To the north, you will find Leominster State Forest near Westminster and to the southwest, you will find Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge (halfway to Springfield). This is a colonial town that reenacts what it was like to live back in the early 1700s. It’s a great family trip for those who enjoy history. Another outdoor excursion could involve the Bunker Hill Monument, in Boston.

The Great Outdoors

EcoTarium can be a fun trip when you choose an RV rental in Shrewsbury. Located close by in Worcester, Massachusetts, they have a bubble yard and playground and there are numerous interactive exhibits. They also have a hurricane tunnel and while most of this is for younger children, it can be interesting for adults who enjoy some nature, especially bald eagles and other endangered wildlife.

Tower Hill Botanic Garden is located in Boylston, not too far from Shrewsbury. It’s a year-round botanic garden, which is essentially a living museum of plants. They have a Lawn Garden, Secret Garden, and a Systematic Garden. Plus there’s a Cottage and Vegetable Garden, a Winter Garden, and more. In season, they have more than 25,000 daffodils. It’s a great respite when you have a camper rental in Shrewsbury.

When you’re looking to just get outside and relax for an hour or more among nature, Green Hill Park is just as it sounds: a green hill that is a park. They offer picnic tables and a Vietnam Veterans Memorial. There’s a nice pond and some basic walking trails around the park. If you have kids along with you in that motorhome rental in Shrewsbury, this could be a decent, quick stop to get out, stretch, and enjoy a wonderful day.

RV Parks

There are limited RV parks throughout Massachusetts, and none right in or immediately around Shrewsbury. However, when you have a luxury RV rental in Shrewsbury, you will certainly want to spend at least some time in this Colonial age state.

Lake Manchaug Camping is one place you might want to check out. It is located in Douglas and offers 192 sites. They provide full hookup, including 30 and 50 amp service. Best of all, though, is the lakeside location.

Circle CG Farm Campground is located in Bellingham, Massachusetts and provides 150 sites. They are kid friendly, allow pets, and offer full hookup, including 30 and 50 amp service. They also have a pool in season. It makes for a decent place to stay in an RV rental near Shrewsbury.

Exploring the City

When you’re looking for some fun things to do with your RV trailer rental in Shrewsbury, you have to visit Worcester and some surrounding areas, too. The Worcester Art Museum is one such place you might have an interest in visiting. Depending on the exhibits being presented, you can see some wonderful local art. At times they have had stained-glass and even contemporary and classical experts exhibited here.

The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts is great when there are theatrical performances taking place. It offers easy parking, and they have numerous options of performances from which you can choose. They offer live theater and concerts that make for a great evening’s entertainment.

Herbert’s Candy Mansion is something off the beaten path. It is located right in Shrewsbury and the selection of candy, including chocolates, are quite impressive. You can choose from chocolate covered peanuts, chocolate lobster pots, praline fudge, or even visit the ice cream parlor.

Shrewsbury is a town full of its own unique charm. Book a Shrewsbury RV rental by owner and discover it for yourself.

RV Rentals in Shrewsbury, MA

Shrewsbury, MA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Shrewsbury. Outdoorsy's Shrewsbury RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Shrewsbury are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Hudson Highands State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, Mount Major State Park, and White Mountain National Forest.

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Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Purgatory Chasm Trail Sutton Massachusetts
White Dot Trail to Mount Monadock Jaffrey New Hampshire
Great Blue Hill Trail Milton Massachusetts
Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail Berlin Connecticut
Blue Hills Skyline Trail Quincy Massachusetts
Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop Alton Bay New Hampshire
Bash Bish Falls Trail Mt Washington Massachusetts
Bear Mountain Trail Salisbury Connecticut
Sleeping Giant Head Blue and Violet Loop Trail Hamden Connecticut
Talcott Mountain Trail Simsbury Connecticut

Nearby Dumpstations

Lees Auto Ranch

171 West Road, RT 83 Ellington, CT 6029
Open all year, General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Rentals, Certified Techs, Propane Fill (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Willington, CT 6279
Eastbound, 6 truck parking spaces, Restrooms%Picnic Table%Vending%Pets, Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area Willington, CT 6279
Westbound, 12 truck parking spaces, Restrooms%Picnic Table%Vending%Pets, Handicap (R)

Weigh Station

Stafford Connecticut Union, CT 6076
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Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Moosup, CT 6354
Southbound, 10 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap, Small store (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Moosup, CT 6354
Northbound, 10 truck parking spaces (on the other side of the gas islands which are signed 13-4 clearance but have a few more inches) , Dunkin Donuts, Subway, Gas(no diesel), Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap (R)

Cusson Automotive Inc

29 Mascola Rd. South Windsor, CT 6074
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Chassis repair, Spartan Chassis (SR)

Hi-Way Campers Inc

992 Norwich Road Plainfield, CT 6374
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Coachmen, Crossroads, Georgie Boy, Gulf Stream, Keystone RV, Skyline RV (D) (SR)

Nutmeg International Trucks, Inc.

107 Attawaugan Crossing, Directions Exit 94 off I395 Dayville, CT 6241
International, Sales Dept. Hours None, Parts Dept Hours Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, Service Dept Hours None, Services Offered Parts Only-All Makes, Fleet Charge Accepted: Yes (D)

Ricks RV Care Center

103 Route 6 Columbia, CT 6237
(SR)

Nearby Campgrounds

Forge Pond Campground

campground Freetown, MA
The East Coast is the birthplace of America and is a wonderful place for nature and history lovers to explore. If you want to get a taste of the simple life and what America was like for the first immigrants who landed, take your RV out to Forge Pond Campground and experience an abundance of untouched wilderness. This campground is popular among those who want to wander the road less traveled and create fond memories with their family. Forge Pond Campground offers basic amenities to guests from all over the world. Each RV lot has water and electrical hookups. There are restrooms and showers on site and miles of countryside to explore. You can enjoy a fire at the pit and a delicious meal at the picnic tables. This is a great vacation destination for those who love to fish and hike. You can investigate the native plants and flowers of the area and look for wildlife while you are out there.

Davis Square

attraction Somerville, MA
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.

Field and Stream RV Park

campground Brookline, NH
Field and Stream RV Park is a clean and modern RV Park nestled in Southern New Hampshire?s Maple sugar country. The Park caters to the mature RV camper. They are just minutes away from tax free shopping and historic landmarks Field & Stream is quiet and restful retreat! Some of the area attractions include the Hollis Flea Market, Parkers Maple Barn, Pickity Place (The inspiration for Elizabeth Orton Jones, tale of ?Little Red Riding Hood?), numerous Antiques and Collectible markets, and historic places. Amenities include laundry, showers, propane filling station, fishing pond, WI-Fi. RV facilities include level paved site, water, electric (30 & 50 amp), sewer, cable TV. The RV Park is a great location to enjoy scenic New Hampshire. Hike the many trails at the Beaver Brook Association or for the more advanced hiker, try hiking the many trails to the summit of Mt. Monadnock, or just kick back and relax and enjoy the beautiful country town of Brookline.

Taza Chocolate Factory

attraction Somerville, MA
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

Berry's Grove Campground

campground Tyngsborough, MA
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

attraction Revere, MA
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.

Museum of Bad Art

attraction Somerville, MA
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.

Hickory Ridge Campground

campground Coventry, RI
Are you keen to explore Cranston in Rhode Island? If so, why don't you stay at Hickory Ridge Campground in Greene, just fourteen miles from Cranston. It has been family owned and operated for 40 years, and you are assured a friendly welcome when you arrive. The campground is situated in a beautiful location of nearly 40 acres. There are woods, grassy fields, and a two acre spring-fed pond, where you are welcome to fish. Next door is Parker Woodland, a 500-acre wildlife refuge, where there are several hiking trails. 30 minutes away are beaches and casinos, and very close by, you will find some golf courses. There are 155 RV sites in this campground, all with full hookup, a fireplace, and picnic tables. If you feel like staying at the park all day, there is a swimming pool, a basketball court, a volleyball net, and horseshoe pits to keep you occupied. If you have a small boat, like a canoe or raft, you can use them on the pond. You will be interested to know that this campground has historic roots. This is where George Washington's troop slept while he visited with Colonel Bowers during the Revolutionary War. The house belonging to Colonel Bowers is right next to the campground.

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