Local Area Attractions
Pilgrim Memorial State Park (Plymouth Rock)
Make your own pilgrimage to the place where the Mayflower landed. At the smallest state park in Massachusetts, you will find the "simple glacial boulder" that has become a world famous symbol. To learn more about Pilgrim Memorial State Park , visit them online or call (508) 866-2580.
Costumed "colonists" give visitors a glimpse of colonial life from the 17th century plantation life. Board a full-scale replica of the Mayflower to imagine what the journey may have been like. General admission covers all exhibits and may be used for two consecutive days, allowing to see the entire museum. For more information, visit Plimoth Plantation online.
This is a wonderful replica of the ship that carried Pilgrims to the New World. Interpreters portray actual passengers and crew.
This 2.5 mile red brick trail leads you to 16 nationally significant historical sites including the Old North Church where a lantern once warned Paul Revere "The British are coming!" Also on the trail is the U.S.S. Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship afloat. To get to the Freedom Trail , our staff will be glad to help you with directions and information for a fun filled day in Boston.
New Bedford/Fall River
In the New Bedford/Fall River area you'll find Battleship Cove, a whaling museum and factory outlets.
Sturbridge Village (Sturbridge, MA)
Sturbridge Village is a historic village in an 1800 setting.
Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket Island
These destinations are reached by steamships.
Boston/Plymouth/Cape Cod Harbor Cruises
Located close to Boston, Plymouth and Cape Cod, the Boston/Cape Cod KOA provides plenty of opportunity to embark on a harbor cruise and explore the "Bay State." A variety of cruising options depart from Town Wharf in historic Plymouth and from the famous harbor in Boston onto coastal islands including Nantucket and Cape Cod.