May Events in Massachusetts

With the weather absolutely wonderful right now, it’s time to go outside and enjoy all that Massachusetts has to offer! From the beautiful beaches to the stunning Berkshires, there are so many ways to explore this amazing state! Here are a few of our favorite activities happening this month.

Cape Cod Restaurant Week
May 11th – May 17th
Across Cape Cod

What could be better way to start off the warm weather than Cape Cod restaurant week?! For 7 days, the best restaurants from Falmouth to Provincetown will offer three- and four-course exhibition menus for $25, $30 or $35. Enjoy the beautiful beaches during the day, then prepare for spectacular meals at night from everything from the freshest raw bars, to perfectly cooked steaks, to unique one of a kind dishes! As culinary artists debut their fabulous new dishes, you will be some of the first to try them! Make the most out of your Cape Cod trip and stay overnight at one of the beautiful Inns across the Cape.

Fort Point Spring Open Studios
May 15th- May 17th
Various locations around Fort Point Channel

Explore the historic waterfront warehouses that are home to painters, sculptures, photographers, jewelers and so much more! These amazing artists will showcase their work at 14 buildings around the Fort Point neighborhood. From established artists to emerging talents, you’ll be able to buy beautiful art from the people who make it. Walk from gallery to gallery, explore the pop-up venues and enjoy wonderful performance events all weekend long!

Revere Beach Kite Festival
May 17th
Revere Beach

Celebrate spring and the beautiful weather at America’s oldest public beach! Revere Beach will host their annual Kite Festival across their two-mile long stretch of sun, sand and ocean. The first 300 kids under 12 years old will receive their very own kite to fly. Everyone else is encouraged to bring his or her own kite and join in the festivities! After some fun in the sun, enjoy fabulous fried clams, delicious lobster rolls and other Massachusetts’ favorites at all the local restaurants!

Crab Apple Whitewater Rafting
All Month long

Explore the gorgeous Berkshires of western Mass in an exciting and adventurous way. Grab your friends and family and whitewater raft your way down the Deerfield River! All sections of the river are dam controlled to guaranteed a great ride every time. For those who have experienced the awesome fun of whitewater rafting, try one of their intermediate or advanced trips. For those of you new to fun, the amazing staff will guide you down the easy path. No matter how you do it, this will surely be an adventure to remember!

May Events

Camp Grounds In Massachusetts!


If you want to get in touch with nature and experience the great outdoors, there’s no better way to do it than to go camping!  Here in Massachusetts, we have a lot of different options, whether it’s on the south shore, out in the Berkshires, or on the north shore, there are options across the entire state to check out!

Wompatuck State Park – Located on the south shore, this camp ground is only 35 minutes from Boston but you will be sure to feel like you’re deep in the woods.  There are 262 campsites and 140 of them have electricity, there are also restrooms and showers on site.  During the day, take advantage of the many hiking trails and explore the area, and the  12 mile network of bike paths on the opposite side of Union Street.  Mountain biking is allowed and fishing is also a popular pastime in the area.  This camp ground is also extremely affordable, sites without electricity cost $12 per night per campsite (without electricity) for Massachusetts residents and $14 for non-residents.  For sites with electricity there is an additional charge of $3 per night.  The camp ground closes October 13th so don’t miss your chance to experience a night in the great outdoors before the end of the season!

Historic Valley Camp Ground – Head west this camping season to North Adams and stay at Historic Valley Camp Ground!  There are 100 sites on this camp ground with water, electricity, and some sewer sites.  Located on Lake Windsor, guests can enjoy swimming and lounging on the public beach or travel to nearby downtown North Adams which has a variety of different cultural and performing arts.  There’s also boating, fishing, and a playground for the little ones.  There are lakeside, wilderness, and pull through sites for your RV, camper, or tent.  This camp ground is perfect for the whole family, so pack your bags and enjoy a weekend in nature before the cold rolls in!

Salisbury Beach Camp Ground – If you’re looking for a different take on camping, this is the spot for you.  While it’s not situated in the middle of the woods, you’re only a short walk from Salisbury beach and tons of local attractions including an arcade for the little ones, restaurants, batting cages, and much more.  Here you can fall asleep to the sounds of the sea, and a camp site is much more affordable than a beach house! Sites are only $17 per night for Massachusetts residents and $19 for non-residents, and there is a two night reservation minimum.  The camp ground resembles a small town, with different streets lined up next to each other and there are 484 sites so there is plenty of room if you want to bring friends!

The chill will return to the air before we know it, and spending a night or two in the great outdoors is the perfect way to close out the summer season!  Grab your family, friends, and tent of course and make your reservations for one of these upcoming weekends, if the weather continues to stay as warm as it has been you may feel like you’re still on summer vacation!

Photo By: anjanettew

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