Friday, January 26, 2007, 04:21 PM - MassachusettsMassachusetts is a beautiful New England state providing plenty of opportunities for exploration. Following are Massachusetts RV lodgings where you can stay on your trip.
Massachusetts RV Lodgings
New England is a great area of the United States for a vacation any time of year. If you enjoy winter sports such as skiing or summer events like going to the beach and outdoor activities, there is definitely a spot waiting for you in New England. Among the states here, Massachusetts is perhaps the best example of the region as a whole. Filled with historical sights and beautiful shorelines (such as those on Cape Cod) this state is a very popular family destination. Choosing to stay at any of the Massachusetts RV lodgings can make your trip even more enjoyable.
One very popular section of Massachusetts is Cape Cod. Long known as a resort area for people from Boston as well as other large cities in the nearby states, this peninsula sees thousands of visitors each year. Its unique semicircular shape and the fact that it borders both Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean make Cape Cod a good place to see beautiful lighthouses and other types of New England architecture, as well as a great starting point for going whale watching in the area.
A look at the Massachusetts RV lodgings in the Cape Cod area reveals a lot of choices. One of these lodgings is the Bay View Lodgings in Bourne, Massachusetts. This small town is located just near the Cape Cod Canal, and is a short one hour ride from either Boston or Providence, Rhode Island. Built high up in the wooded area around the Canal, this lodging offers access to beautiful views as well as beaches that offer marinas, fishing in either the Cape Cod Canal or Bay and many other water activities.
The Bay View Lodgings offer RV campers 400 back in or pull through sites, each with water, electric, sewer and cable hookup. There are also picnic benches and a fireplace situated at every site. Also located on the Bay View property are laundry facilities, a camping/convenience store, restrooms with hot showers and ice and wood available for purchase. During the summer months (and on weekends in the off season), an outdoor eatery is set up at the lodgings offering fried and grilled foods - with an ice cream parlor also available for desserts and snacks. There are three swimming pools available for your use in season, as well as camp-led activities for visitors of all ages.
Massachusetts RV lodgings make staying in this state fun and comfortable. With the many choices out there, your biggest problem may be choosing which area of the state to camp in.
By: Adrien White
Adrien White is with RVRentalsforYou.com - get daily RV tips and more.
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