Young couple enjoying holidays in a camper van, that bring the following advantages: ease of social distancing, connection with nature and digital detox. Picture taken in Romania.


Camp Coldbrook is tucked away on 156 acres of peaceful countryside and borders the immense Ware River Watershed Wildlife Recreation Center. Our resort is perfectly located, being just a short trip away to nearby attractions and offering something for everyone during your family getaway! Between the history and recreation, you’ll be able to do it all.

Young family having fun riding a rollercoaster at a theme park. Screaming, laughing and enjoying a fun summer vacation together.


  • Fun for the whole family is only a short drive away at Six Flags New England
    • A theme park loaded with plenty of big thrills and attractions
  • Massachusetts offers Fairs & Festivals throughout the year
    • Check the schedule to see what amazing events are happening during your stay with us
  • Depending on the season, bring your family to Phoenix Fruit Farm to pick a variety of peaches and apples to enjoy
  • Hike the trails at Cook’s Canyon Wildlife Sanctuary 
  • For a variety of options when it comes to outdoor activities, Quabbin Reservoir offers hiking & biking trails, boating, fishing, and hunting
  • Enjoy a relaxing excursion at Barre Falls Dam
    • Offers picnic grounds, a disc-golf course, and wildlife observation


  • Explore Boston for a range of activities
    • From duck boat tours to museums to craft beer breweries to historically significant sites
  • New England’s Great State Fair, The Big E, has been entertaining visitors for more than a century now
  • Take a trip back to the 1830s and explore the Old Sturbridge Village
    • Explore what life was like in this rural New England town nearly 200 years ago
  • The world-renown museum, Worcester Art Museum (WAM), features over 38,000 works of art on display
  • Pony up for some poker at Foxwoods Casino and have a little fun with high-stakes bingo or take your chance on the slots!
Boston City Skyline as Seen from Boston Common Public Park in Autumn