Boston Minuteman Campground

Address: 264 Ayer Road, Littleton, Massachusetts, 01460, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 264 Ayer Road, Littleton, is near Nashoba Valley Ski Area, Fruitlands Museums, Gibbet Hill Barn and Trails, and Holy Hill of Zion.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBoston Minuteman Campground Littleton

    Reviewed by photokent

    Camping close to Boston

    Reviewed Oct 13, 2014
    by (10 reviews) Walla Walla , United States Flag of United States

    Quite, off the road amidst the forest. location close to Boston.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by pyoots

    A great place to stay!

    Reviewed Jun 15, 2013
    by (16 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Owner met us the first day and helped us back into the camp site. Super friendly, had plenty of suggestions as to tours and such. Would recommend to everyone.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Boston Minuteman Campground Littleton

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Littleton

    Textile Mills and Walden Pond

    A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 13, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    We are 9,000 RV miles into this trip now. And 146 days. Departing Camden ,we drove south on highway 1 to make a "pilgrimage" stop at LL Bean flagship store in Freeport Maine. We have shopped online with LL Bean for years and wanted to look at some of the clothes firsthand. What we discovered is Freeport Maine has turned into what appears to be the …

    The process…...

    A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Aug 11, 2014

    ... I brought a book because 1/2 hour went by… and finally someone summons me to come talk to him. False alarm, he just needed me to put my address in MA instead of my mailing address and didn't quite understand that I do not have a permanent address.. Ha. does anyone at this point!? He saunters away, and again I'm left to wait. Only this time I do not know what to do with myself because I don't want to start reading again, for I hate having to leave off in the middle of ...

    Out and about in Boston

    A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 23, 2014

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... and unhelpful to my 'don't spend more than $37 a day' budget- especially with entrance fees being so high. After a lunch spent face timing the family I was off to see some of historical Boston. I had been recommended to go to the Boston tea party museum by my politics student friend. I don't know whether the museum was typical of all American museums yet but it was definitely very different to the U.K. Ones! The tour was guided by an actress and sporadically joined by ...

    A Brief & Recent History of Africa

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

    1 photo

    ... haven't already, check out Anthony Bourdain's episode on the Congo in Parts Unknown, where you can get a sense of the horror of life in the Congo under the Belgians, then Mobutu and finally the current chaos that has engulfed the country's eastern region. Rwanda was different, not the Congo Free State of King Leopold, but a more respected country that upon independence had a good economic track record and attractive investment ...

    Ducking around Boston

    A travel blog entry by definaclan on Sep 13, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    Boston is compact and easy to get around. There's 5 different subway lines and they cover the centre of town and beyond. I think the oldest is the Green line - because its actually a trolley/tram car- & the rails are only 6 inches below the platform. Each line 'feels' a bit different with specific types of trains and even a certain clientele (naturally the line out to Harvard was full of smartly dressed 20-somethings).

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