Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Salisbury Reservation — Massachusetts' most popular park

At Salisbury Beach State Reservation’s campground, leisure is the only visible way of life, and it can be yours — so long as you book your trip well ahead of time.

“All sites are booked through the summer, as they were last year, as they will be next year,” said Wendy Fox, press secretary for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Salisbury is now ranked the most popular campground in the state park system, tied with Nickerson State Park, the state’s largest camping park, on Cape Cod.

Joe Alfonso, of Chicopee, who has been camping at Salisbury Beach for about 20 years, says it’s all about the beach.

“You’ve got great access to the water here — you’ve got a ramp for your boats, plenty of area to go fishing,” he said. “There’s not too many campgrounds on the beach.”

And camping rates are relatively cheap — Massachusetts residents pay $15 a night; out-of-staters pay $17.
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