Vintage Caboose Rental in Historic Small Town near Springfield, Massachusetts
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- Private Barbecue
Outside, the caboose has an outdoor picnic table and a barbecue grill on the lawn. Glampers can enjoy some rustic, al fresco dining to add to the aesthetic of this unique glamping experience. Guests have access to the bathrooms in the station, and shower facilities are two miles away at the nearby Walker Island Campground.
While staying here, guests can learn more about the historic railroad and see some historic railroad artifacts and the very first stone arch bridges in the United States. With an abandoned quarry nearby, home to the only standing wooden derrick in New England, guests will lose themselves in the rich history of the area.
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- Twin/Single bed
- Linens and pillows
- Private Barbecue
Location + Surroundings
- River, stream or creek
- Train station
Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut, is the nearest international airport, less than 40 miles from Chester.
- Wildlife watching
The historic area has so many great shops and things to see. Guests can enjoy a walk to the famous railroad station, old jails, and the many unique art galleries in Chester. Around this glamping site, guests can hike through one of the largest road-free forests in Massachusetts and see some old railroad artifacts. Along the path guests will discover the first ever keystone arch railroad bridges built in America. Staying in the caboose itself is certainly an experience, but by walking around the area, guests will learn the history of the old railroad systems. There is also great fishing near by and hiking opportunities.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
This site also holds events for guests looking for a unique and fun experience.
Glampers will need to bring pillows and blankets as the hosts do not supply them.