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Posted: 03/08/12 03:42am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi folks. I'm looking at a campground in Foxboro MA, but my real destination is Plymouth. Google maps says it's about 48 min between the two locations. Is this time estimate reliable? If it is, I can live with it, but if not, then we need to do something else. I have no idea what the traffic situation is there. Thanks.

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Round up to 60 minutes and you should be fine.

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Unless you have a real reason to stay at Normandy, and your real destination is Historic Plymouth then I would suggest perhaps coming to The Gateway to Cape Cod preserve of Out Door World in Rochester, Ma. Closer to Plymouth and the park is just off of Route 495 in West Wareham. Out Door World is part of the Family of Thousand Trails Preserves and non- members pay $40.00 per night. We camp there all Summer as part of our dues package and pay nothing extra.
We love the area, with, as noted, easy access to Plymouth as well as easy access to the Whaleing National Park in near-by New Bedford.
The Cape Cod Canal is a short drive away and you would have access to beautiful Cape Cod and beaches and such.


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Posted: 03/08/12 05:58am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It looks like that should be close (traffic not too bad).

We found that the Pilgrim's Highway (Rt. 3) was the worst - especially on Friday afternoon/evening when all of Boston was heading down to the Cape - and then again on Sunday afternoon/evening when everyone was heading back to Boston.


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That's a fair estimate providing no traffic problems. I'd agree to round up to 60 mins. to allow fo a safety margin. While Normandy Farms is an awesome CG, there are decent ones closer to Plymouth.


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