At The Pines Campground, getting back to nature doesn’t mean you have to get dirty. We offer bathrooms with running water, and hot showers for our guests, too! Go for a nature hike, journey to the nearby attractractions listed below. When you get back take a dip in the pool and know that you can spend the rest of your day in the sun feeling clean and refreshed.

Nashoba Paddler Discover a rich canoeing environment just one hour northwest of Boston in the rolling Nashoba Valley! The famous, restored Nashua River and its winding tributaries are a treasure of north central Massachusetts. Nashoba Paddler's rental base is right on the river. We pride ourselves in making environmental education a part of everything we do. There’s something for everyone!
Minute Man National Historical Park, is located 22 miles outside of Boston within the towns of Lexington, Lincoln and Concord, Massachusetts. The park commemorates the opening battles of the American Revolution on April 19, 1775 by protecting, preserving and interpreting the significant historic sites, structures, landscapes, events and ideas embodied by these events.
Cathedral of the Pines, is a place of spiritual nourishment for people of all faiths. It is also a national memorial to patriotic sacrifice, a physical declaration that we will not forget those men and women who have served our country. The sense of peace engendered by the tall pines that form its natural surroundings is conducive to prayer and meditation. Its peaceful, garden-lined walk ways contain serene, inspirational landscapes as well as quiet spots for prayer and mediation.
Squannacook River is a river in northern Massachusetts. It is a tributary of the Nashua River and part of the Nashua River Watershed. The Squannacook River is another Massachusetts stream that has something for everyone. From freestone headwater brookies to deep meadow pools holding huge browns, the river boasts a great forage base, easy access for canoeing, fishing and plenty of public land to explore.
Leominster State Forest is a 4,500-acre parcel of forested land, located in the five towns of Westminster, Princeton, Leominster, Fitchburg and Sterling in North Central Massachusetts. The forest is conveniently located off of Rte 2 (exit 28), is an easy drive for local residents, and convenient from the Boston and Worcester communities.
Hobart Village Mall has over 80-dealer shops, re-creation rooms, antiques and collectibles, you’re bound to discover the treasures you’ve been searching for.
Mount Watatic with an elevation of 1832 feet, has long been a popular destination for day-trippers and through-hikers who want to experience the spectacular 360-degree views that this little mountain affords. The Mount Watatic Reservation hosts a diversity of ecological features for you and your pup to explore, including many large outcrops, steep forested slopes, wetlands, and a bald rocky summit.
Ashby Hiking Trails. Ashby is characterized by high elevations that are the location of numerous important tributaries to the Nashua River. Jewel and Blood Hills are the some of the key elevations, and 170 acres of Blood Hill are currently protected for conservation purposes.

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