If you’re a visual person, here’s one of the best ways to find New England campgrounds. Check out our interactive map of Boston area campgrounds below. The map includes every spot we’ve written about, including those in Maine, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.
Click the pins to see the name of the campground and a link to our article.
For more in-depth articles and photos from the best camping spots near Boston, click one of the article summaries or poke around the site. We’re continuing to add new campgrounds to our database all the time. If you have one you’d like to see us write about, drop us an email at scott (at) bostoncamping.org.
Most popular posts about campgrounds near Boston
Wompatuck State Park: A 3500-acre state park just a half hour from the city. Plenty of sites, both with electric and without.
Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area: Primitive camping on a small series of islands off the coast of Boston. Book as many as 6 months in advance to reserve your spot.
Harold Parker State Forest: 80-plus camp sites in a nice forested area just 30 minutes from downtown Boston. You can;t get more convenient that that!
Bradbury Mountain: It’s two hours from Boston, but you may find that driving all the way to Maine is worth it for the hiking and scenic views.
Mashamoquet Brook State Park: Head over to Connecticut for this state park with dual campgrounds, one with bathrooms and showers and one that is more rustic.