Visit Massachusetts

In the heart of New England lies Massachusetts. Urban fun awaits in Boston and Cape Cod will take you to early America. Built for all, The Bay State is the true Northeast experience.

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Massachusetts Resort Attractions

Situated on Cape Cod, our Massachusetts resorts are a haven for all ages. Enjoy boating and fishing, a sandy beach on Nantucket Sound, and much more in Massachusetts.

Campers Haven
500 feet of sandy beach on Nantucket Sound awaits you. From sand castles to swimming, you can enjoy coastal life.


Peter’s Pond
Spring-fed waters fill Peters Pond, offering boating, fishing, and swimming at one of two private beaches.


Campers Haven
Young ‘uns can play mini golf, climb on the playground, and grab a sweet ice cream treat from the snack bar.


Peter’s Pond
Anyone can enjoy the beach-entry pool. This handicap-accessible amenity also features a water slide and splash tower for kids.


Things to Do in Massachusetts

In Massachusetts, you’ll find a little something for everyone. Take a driving tour through Cape Cod or head to Beantown to explore arts and culture. The possibilities are endless!

Massachusetts Cape Code

Cape Cod

With our resorts located on the Cape, you’re close to all the action. Whale watching, swimming, hiking, historic tours… The list goes on!

Massachusetts Martha's Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard

The exclusive vacation island of America’s elite, Martha’s Vineyard features stunning New England homes, beaches, and lighthouses.

Massachusetts Fenway Park

Fenway Park

The oldest ballpark in the MLB, Fenway Park is a great place to catch a Red Sox game before exploring the area’s trendy neighborhoods.

Massachusetts Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation

Step foot on the same soil as the Pilgrims. Plimoth Plantation is minutes away from the quaint village of Plymouth and the famed Rock.

Massachusetts Harvard University

Harvard University

Tour your way through America’s most prestigious university, located just outside of Boston.

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