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Fall colors in Massachusetts.

It’s a small state, but the 11 best RV campgrounds in Massachusetts still have room for your RV. You’ll have a hard time deciding where to stay, so I narrowed down the options to the most popular Massachusetts camping spots that RVers love.

RVing in Massachusetts? Consider these Camp Spots.

The North East of the United States is an RVers bucket list destination. From mountains to beaches and beautiful fall colors, RV travel in New England is a must. Geographically-speaking, the region is quite small compared to the rest of the U.S., but filled with many choices for great camping. Here are 11 of what we think are the best RV campgrounds in Massachusetts.

  1. Boston Minuteman Campground
  2. Atlantic Oaks Campground
  3. Normandy Farms Family Campground
  4. Partridge Hollow Campground
  5. Pinewood Lodge
  6. Sippewissett Cabins and Campground
  7. Wompatuck State Park
  8. Pine Acres Family Camping Resort
  9. Campers Haven RV Resort
  10. Cape Cod RV Resort
  11. Beach Rose RV Park

Read on to learn what makes these RV campgrounds so special, and what you need to know to reserve your spot.

The 11 Best RV Campgrounds in Massachusetts:

With all the beautiful scenery and attractions in Massachusetts, there are many great camping experiences waiting for you. From family campgrounds with lots of activities, to quiet, rustic settings, everyone can find something to love about camping in this great New England destination. These 11 made the list because they get great internet reviews, and in the best locations to explore the state.

1. Boston Minuteman Campground

RV camping just 30 miles from Boston.

One of the most loved cities in Massachusetts is Boston. Urban camping in the outskirts of this historic city is a great experience for RVers. Not only is the campground in a beautiful place, but the best Boston destinations are in your backyard, just 30 miles away. Some fun nearby attractions to see include:

  • Boston National Historical Park
  • Bunker Hill Museum
  • Salem
  • Gloucester Harbor

The Boston Minuteman Campground is one of the cheapest places to park your RV while you explore the area. Located just two miles off the Interstate, the campground feels like a world away in a beautiful forest setting.

All of these things make it a very fun trip for the whole family. Not only will you be able to enjoy the city of Boston, but you will enjoy the activities offered at the campground. Quiet and peaceful yet close to the big city, you get the best of both worlds in this Boston RV park and campground.

“We love staying in this park and have done so for over 25 years.”

— Deborah Spence, RVParkReviews.com


  • Clean heated and air conditioned restrooms
  • Camp store with ice, firewood, drinks, etc.
  • 24 hour laundry
  • Dog walks
  • Playground
  • Accessible sites and facilities
  • Heated pool (Memorial Weekend until mid-September)
  • Playground
  • Free movie library
  • Bocce
  • Volleyball
  • Horseshoes
  • Basketball
  • Tetherball
  • Corn hole
  • Ladderball
  • Can Jam

2. Atlantic Oaks Campground

Located near Provincetown, the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Cape Cod Rail Trail, Atlantic Oaks Campground is a moderately wooded RV park with full-hookups. Big rig RVers will find their pull-through RV sites easy to navigate and level. Choose between a beach day, Cape Cod tourist day and so much more.

“Beautiful park. Extremely well maintained with friendly, helpful staff. Location can’t be beat.” — @Jamtek, RVParkReviews.com


  • Clean modern restrooms
  • Free private hot showers
  • Free wifi
  • Laundry
  • Dog park
  • LP gas sales
  • Playground
  • Convenience store
  • Security gate

3. Normandy Farms Campground

Photo: Normandy Farms Campground

Reviewers rave about Normandy Farms Campground being one of the best Massachusetts RV campgrounds. And it is! The family who cleared this land 250 years ago is still running the operation. Today the 7th, 8th, & 9th generations are contributing to New England’s best RV park and family campground. The full-hookup RV park and tent camping spot is perfectly located between Boston and Cape Cod, and near the Freedom Trail, Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary and Borderland State Park. But you may never want to leave with all the activities for kids and adults:


  • Creative Arts Center
  • Recreation lodge
  • Wellness Center
  • Bike Park
  • Dog Park
  • Swimming
  • Recreation Lodge & Facilities
  • Business & Information Center
  • Playgrounds
  • Disc Golf
  • Tennis

“By far one of the most beautiful well maintained parks we have ever camped at. Great amenities and there wasn’t a bad site on the property.” @Angelo, CampgroundReviews.com

4. Partridge Hollow Camping Area

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When you’re ready to get away from the rowdy party crowd, Partridge Hollow Camping Area is waiting for you to go camping in Monson, Massachusetts. The park is heavily wooded thanks to the the Brimfield State Forest, making it a perfect place for relaxing in some of the most beautiful New England scenery. Family fun is the main activity on the agenda, and the owners say “our goal is to help our guests to reconnect with the old-fashioned style of spending time together, rather than constantly running off in different directions.”

This is great little campground. The owners are awesome and very friendly. Park is well manicured and clean. Not a ton of things to do but they make a very good effort to make the weekends interesting with events and games. Lots of hiking trails all over and not far from the Town of Sturbridge. Nice place to relax and chill. @Thomas Beau, CampgroundReviews.com


RV campsites are available on daily, weekly, monthly or seasonal basis. The long list of amenities at Partridge Hollow Camping Area include:

  • Swimming & Wading Pool
  • Batting Cage
  • Playground
  • Arcade
  • Shuffleboard
  • Basketball
  • Wiffleball Field
  • Jump Pad
  • Horseshoe Pits
  • Baggo Courts
  • WiFi
  • Digital Cable TV
  • Laundromat
  • Clean Modern Bathhouses
  • Dump Station
  • Ice
  • Firewood
  • Propane
  • Camp Store

5. Pinewood Lodge Campground

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The Pinewood Lodge Campground is located in the historic town of Plymouth, between Boston and Cape Cod. The campground itself is in 200 acres of white pine forest. Along with this beautiful scenery, Pinewood Lodge Campground also has a 50-acre freshwater lake and six-acre private island. You’ll find 300 full-hookup RV campsites ready and waiting with a huge choice of activities and amenities. This is the perfect RV destination for a quiet Massachusetts getaway.

Pinewood Lodge is a great place to stay. Nice large wooded lots. Close to all the attractions. Nice laundry. Beautiful lake with canoe rentals. Well stocked store. @rv retirement, CampgroundReviews.com


  • Game room stocked with a pool table, air hockey and several video games
  • Weekend snack Bar with snacks and breakfasts
  • Two Playgrounds
  • Horsehoses, Volleyball, Bocce, Basketball
  • Special dog walking and play areas

6. Mt. Greylock Campsite Park (formerly Hidden Valley Campground)

Image: Mount Greylock Campsite Park

Get high at Mount Greylock Campsite Park! This rustic RV campground in the Berkshires is located near Lanesborough at the Foot of Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts. Family-friendly and waiting for you, each campsite is unique and averages 2,100 square feet, with woodsy vegetation and loads of privacy. You’ll have plenty of choices to park, with standard back-ins for campers up to 24-feet long and larger ones for rigs up to 40-feet long. Pull throughs for campers up to 40′ are also available.

Hosts are lovely people who can’t do enough to make your stay perfect! Sites are huge and full of trees and birds! @Mackmama, CampgroundReviews.com


  • Water, electric (20/30/50 amp)
  • Grey water disposal
  • Dump station and honey wagon services for longer stays
  • Fire pits and picnic tables
  • Volleyball and basketball courts
  • Camp store
  • Heated swimming pool
  • Clubhouse with board games, ping pong, air hockey, foosball, pool and big screen TV
  • Fishing pond
  • Special events

7. Wompatuck State Park

Image: Wompatuck State Park Massachusetts

One RVer after another gives Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, Massachusetts a “WOW!” rating. Those who mountain bike love it even more!

What the park doesn’t have in RV hookups it makes up for with gorgeous scenery, Mt. Blue Spring, a popular source of fresh drinking water, and miles of multi-use trails. The park is named after a local Indian chief known as Josiah Wompatuck, who deeded the park and the surrounding land to the English settlers in 1665. Today, RV and tent campers make use of the beautiful land by fishing on the Cohasset Reservoir, hiking, horseback riding, biking and hunting for the 30-plus geocaches hidden in the park. Or, campers head to the coast just 30 minutes away.

This is exactly what I look for in a state park campground; roomy sites with good separation, clean, quiet, and peaceful. — @affreeman, CampgroundReviews.com

Set in a woodsy forest, this Massachusetts RV campground has 260 spacious campsites waiting for you (125 have electricity). The campground has flush toilets and showers waiting for you after a fun day on the trails. Then go relax at your campsite, since each spot has a picnic table, pedestal grill and a fire ring waiting for smores. A dump station is also in the park.

8. Pine Acres Family Camping Resort

Photo Credit: Pine Acres Family Camping Resort

For 60 years and counting, the Pine Acres Family Camping Resort is one of Massachusetts’ best RV resorts. Situated on the shores of Lake Dean, water sports are the focus of family fun at this destination. Choose from rustic to full-hookup RV sites and don’t worry if your rig is large, you’ll find plenty of big rig parking available. Everything you need from wifi to laundry to propane is there to make your stay easy and fun.

This is a great campground on Lake Dean. Great activities for kids. Very dog friendly. Great clean lake. Clean modular bathrooms and showers. The only reason you wouldn’t like this place is if you don’t like lots of kids having a good time. @Traveltrove, CampgroundReviews.com

Some activities that are available to you at this campground are:

  • Country Store and Cafe
  • Uncle John’s Bait Shop and Rental Marina,
  • Bike rentals
  • Mini-golf
  • Arcade
  • Playground
  • Courts for basketball, volleyball and tennis
  • Old-fashioned gem mine
  • Dog park and pet-wash
  • Heated Swimming Pool
  • Splash Pad
  • Swimming Beaches
  • Ramp
  • Paddle Boats
  • Rec Hall
  • Playground
  • Tennis
  • Bounce Pillow
  • Boating
  • Water Umbrella
  • Fishing
  • Game Room
  • Nature Trails
  • Dock
  • Horseshoes
  • Planned Activities
  • Pavilion

9. Campers Haven RV Resort

Photo: Camper’s Haven RV Resort

Once you arrive, you might think Campers Haven RV Resort should top the list of Massachusetts’ best RV parks. Situated in the Mid-Cape region of Cape Cod, this is the only campground with a private 500-foot beach on Nantucket Sound. This is luxury RV camping at it’s best. Back-in and pull-through sites have full hookups in addition to cable TV access, private picnic tables and charcoal grills.

Location was easy to find and navigate. Being located mid cape, it provided a nice base camp for exploring all parts of Cape Cod. @MissMyGolden, RV LIFE Campgrounds.com

On those rare days when you’re not at the beach, come enjoy basketball and billiards. Or visit the store and a snack bar for a breakfast, lunch and sweet ice cream treats. Our most popular amenities include:

  • Clubhouse
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic Area
  • Mini Golf
  • Beach Access
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Playground
  • Basketball
  • Kayaking
  • Library
  • Planned Activities

Aside from on camp activities, there are many local attractions.

  • Martha’s Vineyard
  • Cape Cod National Seashore
  • Kennedy Museum
  • Monomoy Island
  • Historic Lighthouses

10. Cape Cod RV Resort

Image: Cape Cod RV Resort

Cape Cod is a Massachusetts must-see destination, and Cape Cod RV Resort makes it easy to do that. Crowned by tall whispering pines, this 55-acre RV resort is minutes away from famous Cape Cod attractions like Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. The back-in and pull-through RV sites are level, and average 1,600 square feet each, with many as large as 2,400 square feet. Full hookups with 30- and 50-amp electric make it easy to call this RV park your home base. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring.

The campground was nice, and had a lot of amenities. The campground was very clean. The staff were nice, and helpful. @AndyK, CampgroundReviews.com

You’ll find so many things to do on a Cape Cod camping trip. This RV park makes it easy to get started with guest features like:


  • WiFi Access
  • Laundry Facilities
  • On-Site Store
  • Clubhouse
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Miniature Golf
  • Lake/Water Access
  • Beach Access
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Playground
  • Paddle Boat Rentals
  • Boat Rentals
  • Hiking
  • Game Room
  • Planned Activities

11. Beach Rose RV Park

Image: Beach Rose Campground

When you want to enjoy Massachusetts beach camping at its finest, Beach Rose RV Park is your spot. This 50-site family-owned RV park is less than one mile from the ocean and conveniently located near Boston, Maine and New Hampshire. Relax at your clean RV site with cement pad, or catch the nearby shuttles to town for restaurants, shopping and beach-going.

Thee sites are well-maintained and quiet hours seemed to be religiously observed. They have a pool, bocci ball and shuffleboard courts, horseshoes available, a lot for a campground with such few sites. @dandd, CampgroundReviews.com


  • Gated Community
  • Full hookups with 20/30/50 Amp Service
  • Free Cable included
  • Personalized Fire Rings at Each Site
  • Large Heated Pool with Plentiful Lounging
  • Family Activities and Game Room
  • Horseshoe Pit and Shuffleboard
  • Laundry and Propane Service
  • Fully Handicapped Accessible
  • 24 hr Restrooms with private shower/dressing area
  • Large fenced in dog park

These are reviewers’ top 11 choices for the best RV campsgrounds s in Massachusetts. did we miss any of your favorites? Let us know in the comments below.


Massachusetts is a tiny state that packs a lot of punch. Whether you want a forest setting or beach front camping, you will find it in this great New England RVing destination. Be sure to make it part of your great American road trip.

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Author Anthony Foxx

I am Tony, an RV designer and RV developer. I create bill of materials for RV manufacturers for travel trailers and fifth wheels. I worked as a freelance transportation consultant for Lyft. As an RV development consultant, I create customization trees for RV manufacturers who want to offer a solution to prospective customers to design their custom RV with variant configuration. Apart from this, I sell in Indiana trailer hitches, hitch balls, goosenecks and weight distribution systems where I provide advice to customers who want to know which is their towing capacity, which hitch ball should they utilize and how to deploy a weight distribution system. I do my best to explain all these processes and their installation, in the Lifestyle edition of Business Finance News.

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