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Crabbypatty

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Posted: 04/30/12 01:54pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Greetings:
Need to be up north last week in August and I am looking for a CG near Boston on the north side. Any experiences or thoughts about CG's north of Boston would be appreciated.

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Best bet in the area is Boston Minuteman in Littleton. http://www.minutemancampground.com/

Cape Ann Campground in Gloucester has a nice location, but IMHO Minuteman is a better choice.http://www.capeanncampsite.com/

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Hey, Crabby, I can't recommend a campground but keep in mind that traffic is horrendous at rush hour. It's a long haul from Littleton to Gloucester during peak times. Cape Ann would be a better choice for that reason.


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Posted: 04/30/12 07:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Stayed at Cape Ann 10 years ago. Very narrow interior access roads; to this day I marvel that I got in and out without sideswiping a tree or boulder. Maybe that's changed now. Other than that it was o.k. A nice public beach is just up the road.


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Try the Salem Winter Island park. Not traditional but there is a nice beach and directly on the water.

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Salisbury is about 12 to 15 miles from Gloucester . So it further from Boston but there are some campgrounds there. One is right on Salsibury Beach. I belive it is a state park. it would be a hike to Boston though.


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