Boston/Cape Cod KOA Holiday Local 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.
Mayflower II is Plimoth Plantation's full-size reproduction of the ship that carried the Pilgrims to Massachusetts in 1620. Currently in dry dock at Mystic Seaport's Henry B. duPont Preservation Shipyard, the historic wooden sailing vessel is undergoing a major refit expected to take approximately 30 months and is expected to return in 2020, for the 400th commemoration of the Pilgrims' arrival. Plimoth Plantation is actively seeking funding to support Mayflower II's preservation efforts and enable us to share the magnitude of her transatlantic voyage.Updates will be posted on Plimoth Plantation's weblink and social media accounts.
The "Cape" (as the locals call it) offers stunningly beautiful beaches, a wildlife sanctuary, quaint shops, wooded bicycle paths, cranberry bogs, lobster dinners and so much more. For more details on visiting the beautiful bay and National Seashore, visit Cape Cod online.
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.
Local Area Recreation Near Boston / Cape Cod KOA Holiday
Plymouth Fishing Charters
Spend the day fishing with your friends or family in Plymouth, Massachusetts. You could relax on Cape Cod Bay while trying to catch various species, from bass and bluefish to tuna. Enjoy a day on the water with a Plymouth sport fishing charter or embark with a local fishing guide.
Plymouth fishing charters are conveniently located at the Plymouth Town Pier, making fishing boat outings abundant for the beginner or expert angler.
With Massachusetts being home to the country's first railroad, it is no surprise that the state has many rail trails — multi-use recreational pathways built along an abandoned or removed railway. You and your family can stay active while biking, walking or running along the path. Some rail trails still share the right of way with active railways, so be cautious of your surroundings while spending time on the track.
Experience the thrill of throwing sharp objects at a target while axe throwing in Massachusetts. Axe throwing is a unique way to spend your free time. Aim for the bullseye during your throwing trials. The exciting activity is a wonderful way to bond with your family and friends while learning new skills.
Spend the day on Cape Cod while recreational lobstering. You can catch your own lobster along the coast by diving or placing pot traps in the water. Lobster charters are also a fun way to try catching lobster during your trip to Cape Cod. If you plan to harvest lobster during your getaway, ensure you have a recreational lobster permit, which is mandatory for lobstering in Massachusetts.