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Wompatuck offers one of the closest campgrounds to the Boston area. This is a great place for a camping because you will feel like you are deep in the woods away from home. We offer 262 wooded campsites (140 of them with electricity).

Several trails around the campground will allow you to explore the State Park, and there is a 12-mile network of bike trails on the other side of Union Street.

Other roads in and around the park are also very pleasant for a bike ride, and traffic is usually light in the area. Mountain biking is also allowed on trails in the park.

Open / Close Dates
Wompatuck's campground is open mid-May thru mid-October. For a complete list of open/close dates for Massachusetts State Campgrounds please visit our website at: Massachusetts DCR or contact ReserveAmerica at www.reserveamerica.com.

Camping Fees
In 2016 the cost for camping is $17 per night per campsite (w/o electricity) for MA residents and $20 non-MA residents. There is an additionaly $6 charge per night for electricity. Rates subject to change. Please check DCR's website for the most accurate fee structure.

The campground offers restrooms and showers.

4 people and 2 cars maximum per site.

Check-in 1:00 PM - Check out 11:00 AM

Things to note:

Outside Firewood Prohibited
Outside firewood is banned from all DCR campgrounds.  MA State Forests and Parks are at risk of severe damage from invasive species such as the Asian Longhorned Beetle and the Emerald Ash Borer. Leave firewood at home and purchase firewood at the campground only.  Help us protect your forests and parks by not transporting firewood. 


  • Alcoholic beverages prohibited
  • Dogs allowed on leash with proof of rabies vaccination (please clean up after your pet)
  • Be quiet after dark and in early morning
  • Stay on trails when hiking and biking

You can make an advance reservation for Wompatuck State Park's campground by calling 1-877-422-6762 or by visiting www.reserveamerica.com.

For additional information visit the Massachusetts DCR website.

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