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Welcome to Massachusetts! Massachusetts is a U.S. state in New England, known for its significant place in Colonial history, Atlantic beaches, and much more. In Boston, the capital, you can tour sites related to the American Revolution, Plymouth is home to the Pilgrims’ first settlement, and Salem was where the famous witch trials of the 17th century took place. Massachusetts is not only a state of great historical importance to the U.S., but it also a popular New England vacation destination. In Western Massachusetts, you have the Berkshire Mountains and towns like Great Barrington, where you can go skiing in the winter or hiking in the summer. Families flock to Massachusett's Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket in the summer and enjoy the state’s beaches, glorious sunsets, and charming New England towns. Whenever you decide to visit, Massachusetts will leave you wanting more. Book a glamping getaway in this New England state and start planning a great Massachusetts vacation!
Best things to do in: Boston, Berkshires, Cape Cod
Go glamping in Massachusetts and check out the best things to do in Boston, the Berkshire Mountains, and out on the Cape! In Boston, stay in one of our floating homes in the Boston Marina and spend a few days in the city. Boston has great museums, theaters, shopping, and dining, plus a bit of history. A Boston, Massachusetts vacation has so much to offer; tour American Revolution sites on the Freedom Trail, cross the Charles River and visit Cambridge, and head out to Lexington and Concord to learn more about the Revolutionary War. If you’re visiting during baseball season, you’ve got to visit the Green Monster and see a Red Sox game! Check out Glamping Hub's Boston, Massachusetts vacations and book today!
In Massachusetts, Cape Cod is the hook-shaped peninsula that sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean, home to towns like Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Barnstable, Hyannis, Chatham, and many more beach towns. Explore the Cape Cod National Seashore on bike or by foot, visiting the different beaches, lighthouses, bluffs, and dunes that characterize the shore. The Cape is perfect for all types of beach vacations. Families tend to prefer the quieter, north side with calm waters, students and groups of friends let loose in Falmouth or Wellfleet, while Provincetown is a haven for art lovers, whale-watchers, and LGBTIQ+ travelers. Popular outdoor attractions on the Cape include the Cape Cod Rail Trail, Nickerson State Park, Race Point Beach, and the Pilgrim Monument, to name a few. Visit Cape Cod to find your own favorite destinations!
A weekend trip to the Berkshires is the icing on any Massachusetts vacation. Towns here like Great Barrington, Stockbridge, Lee, Lenox, and Pittsfield are great home bases for exploring these mountains. From the Boston Symphony Orchestra summer residency at Tanglewood in Lenox to the miles of hiking trails to small ski mountains like Ski Barrington, the Berkshires will surprise and delight you with each turn you take. Stop for apple cider doughnuts at Hilltop Orchards, swim in the waterfall at Bash Bish Falls State Park, or visit the studio of Norman Rockwell or the summer estate of author Edith Wharton. Or, you may prefer to just explore Massachusetts State Parks cabins and all. No matter how you decide to fill your vacation in Massachusetts, a glamping rental is the perfect home base for any new adventure.
Most people visit Massachusetts from May through October, before winter comes and the temperatures get too cold. Summers in Massachusetts are hot and humid, with highs around 85/90°F, while winters are snowy and can be very cold, with lows normally around 20°F. Popular events like the Boston Marathon in April or the Tanglewood Music Festival from June-August attract many visitors. No matter what time of year you decide to visit, a glamping getaway in Massachusetts is sure to be your best Massachusetts vacation yet.