Massachusetts offers either a beautiful location in the Berkshires or one smack dab in the middle of historic, as well as a popular summer favorite, Cape Cod. Stay at Sturbridge and take a step back in time at Old Sturbridge Village, one of the country’s oldest and largest living history museums. Or don’t miss the famous Brimfield Antiques Fair, one of the country’s largest, which runs May 14-19, July 9-14 and September 3-8. Gateway to Cape Cod is the perfect spot for a Cape Cod vacation where you can visit the famous seashore, take a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard, whale watch, visit a cranberry bog or just relax.
Oh, the historic Hudson Valley, home to wine trails, mountain view, shopping, history and of course, Rondout Valley. Stay at Rondout and explore this beautiful bit of the Empire State.
Note about our new Midwest Zone: Please note that Kentucky’s Diamond Caverns campground has been moved from the Southeast Zone to the Midwest and our campgrounds in Illinois, Indiana and Michigan have moved from the Northeast to the Midwest. Southeast Zone Pass holders will still have access Diamond Caverns. Similarly, Northeast Zone Pass holders can continue to enjoy the campgrounds that have been moved to the Midwest Zone, which include Pine Country (IL), Horseshoe Lakes and Indian Lakes (IN), Bear Cave and St. Clair (MI) and Kenisee and Wilmington (OH).
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Go antiquing! If you’re visiting the Sturbridge Preserve, May 14-19 you’ll find all kinds of treasures at the Brimfield Antiques Fair. The Brimfield Antiques Show began in the 1950s and has become the largest and best-known outdoor antiques show in the country. The Brimfield Show is filled with thousands of dealers selling everything from the finest antiques to ‘yard junk’ requiring a day or two to see everything there is to see. Food courts and rest facilities abound, and the Shows are filled with hidden treasures. For information visit www.brimfieldshow.com.