RV/Campsite in LOWELL with kids

Camping is such a great way for the family to have an adventure together, and if you plan to take the family to The Bay State, you won’t be short of amazing family friendly campgrounds to enjoy.

Lowell is a great city to spend an extended family vacation in, and the range of campgrounds gives you plenty to choose from. Most campgrounds offer you a selection of RV sites as well as that back to basic tent camping, and all the amenities you can imagine to make your stay comfortable.

It’s then you get to really look at what your family want to experience! Do you want that cool campground with the pool and games room? Do you want the campground right next to nature? Perhaps you want the campground with the family activities planned - like the cookouts, the competitions, and the games?

There are so many different types of campgrounds in Lowell for you to choose from, you can be sure you will find the perfect one for your family. Then all you have to do is remember to have a great time - which won’t be hard to do!

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  • Boston Minuteman Campground

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    (13 miles) Littleton

    A fully wooded family campground perfect for tents through to cabins. Kids will love the heated pool and other fun activities!

  • Friendly Beaver Campgound

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    (31 miles) New Boston

    A family oriented campground in New Hampshire, with activities for kids, pools, great events like themed weekends and wagon rides too! Day visitors welcome!

  • Pine Acres Family Resort

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    (41 miles) Oakham

    In the heart of New England this family campground is located on the shores of sparkling Lake Dean with lots of great family activities!

  • Kings Family Campground

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    (44 miles) Sutton

    Located in Worcester County on 1200 feet of waterfront on immaculate Lake Manchaug, with fun activities for the kids, as well as a beach to explore!

  • Jellystone Park and Yogi Bear

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    (54 miles) Sturbridge

    From cabins, RV's, to sleeping out under the stars, Yogi Bear will be there to give the family a great camping experience in Massachusetts!

  • Beach Acres Campground

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    (59 miles) Wells

    A relaxing and enjoyable Southern Maine coastal campground. Kids will love the ocean breeze, and the beautiful beaches to play on!

  • Strawberry Park

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    (83 miles) Preston

    offers wooded and open campsites, RV trailers and log cabin rentals, with pet friendly options available and features including 3 swimming pools, a recreation centre and arcade, plus led activities ...

  • Waters Edge Family Campground

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    (85 miles) Lebanon

    A beautiful family Connecticut campground on the shores of a 10 acre, spring fed lake with activities and family fun!

  • Sebago Lake Campground

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    (89 miles) Standish

    A small, lovely family-oriented campground with 101 campsites as well as 8 cottages, al nestled in the tall pines in the beautiful Sebago Lake area. Camping fun in Maine!

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  • Boston National Historic Park

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    (22 miles) Boston

    Tells the story of the events that led to the American Revolution and the Navy that kept the nation strong. Junior Ranger packs for kids plus tours and talks.

  • Salem Maritime National Historic Site

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    (23 miles) Salem

    The Salem Maritime National Historic Site consists of 12 historic structures and about 9 acres of land along the waterfront in Salem, Massachusetts, plus a Visitor Center in downtown Salem.

  • Fuller Gardens

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    (36 miles) North Hampton

    Fuller Gardens is a public display garden, located on the ocean, that features over 1700 rose bushes of hundreds of varieties, formal English perennial borders, Japanese Garden and Koi pond, annual ...

  • Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

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    (36 miles) Worcester

    The largest urban wildlife sanctuary in New England is ready for the family! With over 400 acres and trails through fields, streams, woods and marsh, it's a fun day out in nature and wildlife.

  • Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

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    (36 miles) Norfolk

    Beautiful forests, lush wetlands and peaceful fields...a great day out in nature in the stunning outdoors of Massachusetts.

  • Ames Nowell State Park

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    (40 miles) Abington

    A beautiful way to get the kids out into nature, popular with boaters and fisherman. Great for hiking, picnicking, canoeing and biking.

  • Seacoast Science Center

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    (42 miles) Rye

    The Seacoast Science Center is a "must see" for anyone wishing to discover the natural treasures and rich history of coastal New Hampshire. The Center's dramatic seaside setting, interpretive ...

  • World War II State Park

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    (44 miles) Woonsocket

    Facilities and Activities include: Pavilion, Picnic Tables, Tennis courts, Horseshoe Courts, Shuffleboard Court, Playground, Volleyball Courts, Bandstand, Picnicking, Tennis, Volleyball, Horseshoes, ...

  • Lincoln Woods State Park

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    (51 miles) Lincoln

    One of Blackstone Valley's great treasures, this popular New England getaway offers swimming, fishing, jogging, horseback riding, and the beach!

  • Pulaski Memorial Recreation Area

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    (55 miles) Glocester

    Located within the 4000 acre George Washington Management Area, the 100 acre Pulaski Memorial Recreation Area is a "day use" facility offering users a multitude of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

  • Snake Den State Park

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    (57 miles) Johnston

    The 1000 acre undeveloped property boasts self-guided walking trails, beautiful trees, flowers and plants and also a working farm. In the fall, the foliage at Snake Den is something to behold. ...

  • Pillsbury State Park

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    (57 miles) Washington

    One of the more primitive gems in New Hampshire, this state park is filled with wildlife, from moose to loons, historic attractions as well as hiking trails and kayaking.

  • Daniel Webster Birthplace

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    (59 miles) Franklin

    The Daniel Webster Birthplace State Historic Site is associated with the birth and early childhood years of Daniel Webster, one of our country's most respected orators and statesmen. While the site ...

  • Haines Memorial State Park

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    (59 miles) East Providence

    features a handicap accessible boat ramp, restrooms, and game fields which are available for rent.

  • Franklin Falls Dam

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    (59 miles) Franklin

    A beautiful area in New Hampshire stretching along the Pemigewasset River, with fun activities like canoeing, fishing and snowmobiling.

  • Freetown Fall River State Forest

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    (61 miles) Assonet

    A scenic and historic Massachusetts park, great for hiking, picnicking, exploring and playing in the wading pool. Perfect for active families, anglers, horseback riders!

  • The Wells Reserve at Laudholm

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    (62 miles) Wells

    Get your whole family out for the day in 2,250 acres of beautiful protected land rich in natural wildlife in Maine, filled with trails and exhibits.

  • Colt State Park

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    (66 miles) Bristol

    464 acres of drives, lawns and stone walls along one of Rhode Island's most incredible shorelines. The "Gem" of the State Parks System!

  • Goddard Memorial State Park

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    (67 miles) Warwick

    Goddard Park attracts thousands of visitors each year as Rhode Island's most popular Metropolitan Park.

  • Molly Stark State Park

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    (78 miles) Wilmington

    The park has open lawn areas, woods, and Mt. Olga rising to the east where there is an old fire tower with spectacular views. The area is very popular during the fall foliage season for its colors, ...

  • Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

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    (78 miles) Holderness

    Open meadows, mature forests, and marsh boardwalks connect interactive natural exhibits where native animals reside: black bears, mountain lions, raptors, river otters, bobcats, and more. Spend a day ...

  • Norman Bird Sanctuary

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    (78 miles) Middletown

    Norman Bird Sanctuary constitutes the largest area of preserved open space in Newport County. A wildlife refuge, NBS encompasses over 300 acres and 7 miles of trails that wind through a diversity of ...

  • Fort Wetherill State Park

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    (80 miles) Jamestown

    Fort Wetherill State Park, situated upon 100 foot high granite cliffs across the water from Fort Adams State Park, is a former coastal defense battery and training camp.

  • Fort Adams State Park

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    (81 miles) Newport

    Situated at the mouth of the Newport Harbor, Fort Adams State Park offers an exceptional panoramic view of both Newport Harbor and the East Passage of Narragansett Bay.

  • Beavertail State Park

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    (81 miles) Jamestown

    Beavertail State Park, located in Jamestown, Rhode Island, is known for offering some of the most beautiful vistas along the New England coastline.

  • Quechee State Park

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    (86 miles) White River Junction

    Quechee Recreation Area is a large park spread out over a vast area. It is unique in that 611 acres of the park are not owned by the state, but leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The tract ...