Sewbzzzy, Yes Normandy Farms is a nice campground. We lived 35= years in Acton and Littleton, MA. In Littleton we were 3-4 miles from Minuteman Campground. Formerly this was a KOA and is now an independent.It is woodsy and clean, sites are not super large; however, I see you have a 30 footer which should be no problem. It is a very popular campground so early reservations are suggested. It is less than 3 miles off of I-495 on MA state route 2-A.
There is public transportation available via the MBTA, aka the T probably 3-4 miles from the campground. MBTA operates commuter trains, busses and the entire subway system in Boston. This service from Littleton is commuter train and it takes you into the heart of the city at North station.
To see: Boston Red Sox playing at Fenway Park; the Aquarian; the Museum of Science; the Freedom trail, which is a self guided walking tour of the city; Old North Church (where paul Revere hung his lantern; Fanniel Hall; the USS Constitution, aka Old Ironsides which is the oldest commissioned ship in the US Navy. If you go on the $th of July this is the one day of the year that she is put to sail out into Boston harbor for the annual turn araound for the next years\'s weathering.
If a rental car is your pleasure contact David Christmas at Christmas Motors in Maynard, MA and you may use my name. Their facility is about 7-8 miles from the campground andif you talk with him in advance he may even have you picked up at the campground. there is also an Avis franchise in Maynard.
With wheels you can then look at other touristy options, i.e. the Old North Bridge in Concord, MA (12-14 miles) where the shot heard around the world was fired, the battlefield at Lexington, MA-same distance; whaling port and museum at Gloucester, MA 20-25 miles.
Coming into or leaving from Boston you could make a stopin New London, CT where the US Navy submarine base is headquartered.
I would google Boston and MA Chamber of Commerces where you can look at options that suit your specific interest. You will not get bored with a week stay in the area. Good luck and enjoy, Ken Roberts, '04 DSDP....