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Old 10-16-2014, 12:41 PM   #11
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we stayed at the minuteman on our way back from PA. It is a perfect CG

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Old 02-07-2015, 04:53 AM   #12
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Just a thought, you might want to split 5 days in the Boston Area at a place like Boston Minuteman and then White Mountains or Acadia. Boston Minuteman is within striking distance of so many sights although personally after 5 days, I'm ready to move on to the next region. I've noticed quite a few sights around the White Mountains region but admittedly its a destination for great hiking in the summer. Not far are Ben and Jerrys, Quarryville, Quechee Gorge, short rail excursion, and much more. Enjoy.

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Old 02-27-2015, 10:15 AM   #13
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Womputuk in Hingham MA is a wonderful state campground. Easy commute to Boston. Think there is actually a water shuttle into Boston.
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Bar Harbor / Acadia National Park. Try Hadley Point Campground !!!! Family owned and operated. Hands down the best place to camp in the area !!!
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Old 05-18-2015, 10:45 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by safetylady View Post
Womputuk in Hingham MA is a wonderful state campground. Easy commute to Boston. Think there is actually a water shuttle into Boston.
Yes Wompatuck State Park is a great campground close to Boston (about 15 miles south).
Three miles from the park you can catch a bus to Quincy then get on the red line right into Boston.
There is now a commuter rail train that goes right into south station that is close to everything too (three miles away).
Then at the shipyard in Hingham there is a commuter boat that runs a lot during the week then less frequently on weekends. The boat brings you right within walking distance of everything you'd want to see in Boston (like the freedom trail).
You can catch a boat to the Boston Harbor Islands too if you like history tours and great views.
The park is about an hours car ride away from Cape Cod.
Last year Wompatuck was $15 a night with electric on site and water on the roads. Plenty of room and privacy and it's mostly quiet too.

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