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Old 08-16-2010, 03:21 PM   #1
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visit to new england area

we are traveling to the north east us for the fallcolors and sightseeing in nyc , boston, and variouspoints fo interest. any pointers would be helpful. such as economical campgrounds with public transportation access ,tips on tours etc. thanks JT

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Consider Salisbury State Park. Its North of Boston, right on the ocean at the mouth of the Merrimack River, near Newberryport. The campground is large with 30 and 50 amp service. make sure you have an extra hose as the water hookups are at the back of the sites. Good luck.

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Can't help with the camping, but you've got to do the 'Freedom Trail' while in Boston. It's a self guided tour of sites all over the city dating to the time of the Revolution. You'll see churches and graveyards with names from history you'll recognize, and even Paul Rever's house. That's just the begining...
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