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Old 11-11-2012, 05:16 PM   #1
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Anyone visit Horseneck Beach in MA?

We regularly visit Charlestown in RI but would like to try other RV spots at the ocean. Any of you folks go to Horseneck Beach Reservation in MA? We usually prefer spring and late fall camping. Looking for a place to just sit on the beach.

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Old 11-17-2012, 06:45 AM   #2
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Horseneck Beach State Reservation

Horseneck Beach is one of our favorite beaches. The last time we were there was in 2007 due to our traveling schedule, but we have never camped at the campground, just spent the day at the beach and touring around Westport. Many summer evening we drive over to the Bay Side for dinner and to hike around Gooseberry Island. We have not camped at the campground because we like full hook ups. The section of beach is very "stoney" and so you will need water shoes. It can get quite windy at the campground. The state beach down to the Westport River is sandy and beautiful and great for walking. Many trails through the dunes. Another state beach that we love is Scusset which has water/electric and a dump station whih is on the Cape Cod Canal.
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