RV Warranties for Massachusetts History Buffs
The state of Massachusetts, otherwise known as the “Old Colony State,” is jam packed full of history from the American Revolution. However, Massachusetts’ major cities have done a lot of growing since the colonial days and have become busy and exciting metropolis’. Driving an RV around Boston, for instance, can prove to be a difficult feat as traffic in the busy city can tend to get very congested and RV parking is limited. Many online forums suggest parking in communities around the city of Boston and traveling in using your toad or public transportation, as most parking facilities are in garages that do not accommodate the height limitations for many RVs. As always, when traveling to a state away from home, be sure to check in with local authorities and verify if it is indeed OK to set up camp in your area of interest.
If history is your forte be sure to pack your walking shoes because the best way to explore the Boston Freedom Trail is on foot! The trail winds through 16 major historic sites around the city of Boston. Follow the red brick trail and join plenty of other history buffs marveling at the historical significance of the city. The trail will bring you to sites like Paul Revere’s house, the location of the Boston Massacre, the USS Constitution, and many more with great food and music options along the way! The trail is only 2.5 miles but it is recommended that you set aside half of a day to complete the walk with plenty of stops. Once the trail is complete, be sure your rig is in tip top shape as Massachusetts has lots of scenic drives as well! Our RV extended warranties will always ensure that your vehicle will be ready to go at any time, so request a free RV Warranty quote before you hit the road.
One of the most popular scenic drives is called the Old Kings Highway. An RV drive down the highway promises to be a fantastic trip filled with history, old school charm, and a beautiful ocean view. The highway runs along the coast of the peninsula and is surrounded by both fresh waters and ocean waters. There are many small towns on the peninsula, some of which have been there for over 200 years! These small towns provide the perfect place for a pit stop as they have a plethora of cottage shops, historic sites, and the freshest seafood around! Your trip to Massachusetts is sure to leave lasting memories for years to come.