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Just a few miles west of Boston, Waltham, Massachusetts has a rich history. First settled in 1634, it was originally part of Watertown and was officially incorporated as a separate town in 1738. However, there was no specific town center until the early part of the 19th century. There are many large estates that dot Waltham along with some amazing architecture. Not too far away is Bunker Hill Monument in Boston, the location of the first major battle of the Revolutionary War. When you search for an RV in Waltham, you’ll also have an opportunity to head up to Middlesex Fells Reservation just north of Medford. You can also head west to the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge near Maynard.

The Great Outdoors

When you book an RV rental in Waltham, Massachusetts, you will be surrounded by the incredible history of this country. There are so many things to see and enjoy that you can spend weeks here and still not get to them all.

One such destination could be Prospect Hill Park. It offers beautiful views, plus picnic tables where you can enjoy a nice, peaceful lunch, and there are plenty of paths for you to wander after your meal. You can enjoy a scenic view of nature as well as one of downtown Boston itself. If you have the best RV rental Waltham has to offer, this whole region is open for you to explore.

Cat Rock Park is nearby in Weston, Massachusetts, but don’t let the name fool you. It is one of the best places for dogs to let loose and play in the wide open fields. There are also woodland trails and during the summer you can take a dip in the lake. Just make sure you pick up after your pooch.

Lexington Green is also a good destination when you rent a motorhome in Waltham. This is the site of the first battle between the Minutemen and the British Redcoats during the Revolutionary War. It’s a fascinating place to visit, and you can hire a guide who will give you a tour of the grounds and reveal some of the rich history that surrounds this region.

RV Parks

A luxury RV rental in Waltham is a wonderful idea, and when you park for the night, you’ll find some good options in the region. The Boston Minuteman Campground is located in Littleton and offers 100 sites. The park has all the amenities you’ll need, including restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. There’s also a camp store, a pet area, and a pool in season. Families benefit from a playground for the kids, recreational trails, and a rec room for the adults. They offer pull-thru sites and big rig access as well as full hookup, including 30 and 50 amp service.

If you’re after more of a rustic experience, Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, could be a good option for you. Some of the sites have 20 amp electrical hookups, and other’s don’t. You won’t find sewer hookups, but they do offer restrooms, showers, and recreational trails. The best thing about this campground, though, is the access to the state partk and its many wooded trails. You can fish or kayak in the reservoir, and the ocean is close by.

Harold Parker State Forest is located in North Andover and offers 89 sites. Pets are allowed, as is tent camping, but they don’t have any hookups or amenities. It’s a good place to get away from it all in the beauty of nature, but if you need more amenities, you may need to look elsewhere.

Exploring the City

Baseball lovers, no matter whether you love or hate the Red Sox, can spend quite a bit of time visiting Fenway Park. It is truly a historic and hallowed baseball stadium that has been in operation since 1912. It is home to what is commonly referred to as the “Green Monster,” the 37 foot tall left field wall.

If you’re looking for a bit more history when you rent a motorhome in Waltham, check out Longfellow House Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site. This is the preserved home of Henry W. Longfellow, one of the most famous poets of the 19th century. It was also headquarters for General George Washington during the Siege of Boston, between July 1775 and April 1776.

The Telephone Museum located right in Waltham is also a great destination, especially if the weather forces you inside. When you rent an RV, you can head over here and take a walk back through time and the various communication innovations that have led us to our current devices. If you have kids, they might enjoy some of the telephone workshops where they can take things apart and discover how they work from the inside.

A visit to New England guarantees an encounter with American history. Waltham offers a place to stay that’s close to the city while still enabling you to explore the region’s natural beauty. Take a look at Waltham RV rentals by owner, and start planning a Massachusetts vacation today.

RV Rentals in Waltham, MA

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

There are many popular rentals in Waltham. Outdoorsy's Waltham 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 Waltham are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Hudson Highands State Park, Bear Mountain State Park, Mount Major State Park, White Mountain National Forest, and Palisades Interstate Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Purgatory Chasm Trail Sutton Massachusetts
Great Blue Hill Trail Milton Massachusetts
Blue Hills Skyline Trail Quincy Massachusetts
3 Purgatory Falls Trail Lyndeborough New Hampshire
West Middlesex Fells Reservation Bike Loop Stoneham Massachusetts
Millington Trail East Haddam Connecticut
Ragged Mountain Preserve Trail Berlin Connecticut
Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop Alton Bay New Hampshire
Talcott Mountain Trail Simsbury Connecticut
White Dot Trail to Mount Monadock Jaffrey New Hampshire

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Bridgewater, MA 2324
Northbound, 10 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Burger King (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area SB Bridgewater, MA 2324
Southbound, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Burger King (R)

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)

Rest Stop

Turnout Attleboro, MA 2703
Southbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Turnout Attleboro, MA 2703
Northbound, No Facilities (R)


2177 Killingly CMNS Dayville, CT 6241


1150 Killingly Commons Drive Dayville, CT 6241
Lowes Of Killingly CT (S)

Rest Stop

Service Plaza Beverly, MA 1915
Eastbound, Service Plaza, Restrooms (R)


44 Providence Pike Putnam, CT 6260

Rest Stop

Service Plaza Charlton, MA 1507
Eastbound, 4 truck parking spaces, Store, 3 Diesel lanes, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Vending, Handicap, McDonalds, Auntie Annies, Fresh City, Papa Ginos, Dangelo Sandwiches, Internet, Travel Store, ATM, Pay Phone (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

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.

Shel-Al Campground

campground North Hampton, NH
Centrally located less than 4 miles from Rye or North Hampton beaches, 6 miles from the popular Hampton Beach, and only 8 miles away from the historic Portsmouth district. The campground provides a basecamp for touring the seacoast. Everything here is a short drive away such as the Kittery outlet malls, antique stores, boutique shops and local restaurants. Meet up with friends in your RV rental at this popular seasonal campground.

Slater Mill

attraction Pawtucket, RI
The region surrounding Pawtucket in Rhode Island was the heart of the American Industrial Revolution, and Slater Mill is an essential part of that heritage. This unique venue is a combination of museum, school, and artistic workshop, and is part of the larger historic reserve that also includes Slater Memorial Park and the Blackstone River Valley National Historical Park. Permanent exhibits here include both standing displays and interpretive performances to educate the public about factory and machine shops in the early 1800s, particularly the development of textiles. Rotating exhibits are based on themes like contemporary art and industrial history. Slater Mill also offers a comprehensive educational programs for schools, corporate interests, and individuals in traditional art classes and studio time. Visit the gift shop and browse through an array of local artisan wares, which can include everything from candy to wine charms. This cozy riverside location is also available to host private gatherings, like weddings or holiday reunions.

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.

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.

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.

Country Store Camping Area

campground Kingston, NH
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.

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