From the awe-inspiring Berkshire Mountains through the river valleys of Central Massachusetts - to the historic coastal areas near Boston, around Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard - the Bay State boasts campgrounds to suit every hiking or camping adventure.
While the Boston metro area doesn't feature much to brag about, nearby Cape Cod offers state parks and more than 20 private campgrounds offering everything from resort amenities to primitive tenting along the National Seashore.
Moving toward Sturbridge and central Massachusetts, count on more than a dozen top-notch public state park and private RV parks and campgrounds offering family-friendly amenities as well as primitive tent camping for the rugged Yankee individualist.
Hiking up to the beautiful Berkshires, meanwhile, the scenery couldn't be more spectacular. In campgrounds nestled under a forest canopy or beside a lake, river or stream, it's a camping experience you'll never forget...
More about Massachusetts campgrounds around the Web:
Camping in Massachusetts - A good introduction to private campgrounds and public hiking trails with an extensive directory by state region, including the Berkshires, Central Mass, Cape Cod and the Boston area with additional tips on boating, fishing, and other attractions by area.
Massachusetts State Parks - Reserve a campsite - The official site with facts, information and tips on camping within the park system statewide including park overviews and number of campsites, camping fees, reservation details, map, and suggested activities to enjoy while camping.
Cape Cod Camping - A brief overview of state park camping areas and private area campgrounds with photos and related resources.
Berkshires Campgrounds and Cabins - From the official site of the Berkshires Visitors Bureau with information on area state parks, private cabins and campgrounds, with locations and contact details, related resources.