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Old 11-17-2013, 03:02 PM   #1
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Hi, all. We are in the process of planning our big trip for next year-Acadia National Park via Boston. We're planning on heading up I85 to I81 to I76 over to Boston for a few days, and then on to Maine. We are looking for recommendations of places/things to see along the way and in Boston and Acadia-your lists of can't-miss experiences. Any campground recommendations would be great, as well.


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Old 11-17-2013, 04:47 PM   #2
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Great living history museum right off the highway in Sturbridge, MA. http://http://www.osv.org/

Boston Minuteman campground is the best spot to stay to visit Boston. It is a short way off your route to ME. Very nice park, great owners who will help with directions and suggestions regarding Boston and the area. Quality Family Camping in the Boston Area | Easy access, good-sized sites, clean facilities, friendly atmosphere. Open until October 20th. See you soon!

If time allows, take your time and explore some of the coastal towns such as Kennebunkport, Camden, Boothebay, etc.

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