Salem, MA, known infamously for its witch trials, is approximately 40 miles (50 minutes) from the campground. Take in some maritime history, view Hawthorne’s House of the Seven Gables, and of course, see the many sites that give The Witch City its name.
Lighthouses, lobsters, and whales, oh my! A little further up the coast, is the fishing community of Gloucester, pronounced gloster (or glosta, if you hail from Massachusetts). It’s a great location to set off on a whale watching adventure, where you’ll see these grand marine mammals up close and personally.
Located in Plymouth, about an hour and a half from the campground, check out where the Pilgrims landed the Mayflower at Plymouth Rock, and travel back in time, with a trip through the living museum that is Plimouth Plantation.