Otter River State Forest Campground

Otter River State Forest Campground
Otter River was the first campground in the Massachusetts State Park system. Opened in 1931, the park facilities were upgraded in 1998 with new shower and toilet building. This park offers great camping under a beautiful pine canopy. Otter River has 85 Sites, 4 of which are Yurt Sites and 3 of which are Group Sites surround 2 acre Beaman Pond and its a swimming beach. Use the parks hiking trails or try mountain biking on the 9000 acres of the adjacent Birch Hill Wildlife Management Area.


Within Facility
  • Accessible Restrooms
  • Comfort Station
  • Interpretive Programs
  • Leashed Pet Allowed
  • Public Telephones
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Swimming
Within 10 Miles
  • R.V. Dumping


Otter River State Forest
Baldwinville MA 01436

From the east: Rte. 2 west to exit 20, right on Baldwinville Rd. to the end, then right onto Rte. 202. Go 1.2 miles on Rte 202 north to the Park entrance on the left.

From the west: Follow Rte. 2 east to exit 19. Turn right onto Rte. 202 north and travel 4.7 miles to the Park entrance on left.

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