Located just a 35-minute drive from downtown Boston, Wompatuck State Park offers 262 wooded campsites Link to the image file. (140 of them with electricity Link to the image file. ), 12 miles of paved bicycle trails, and many miles of wooded bridle paths and hiking trails. The park is very popular with trailer campers: electric hookups, a dumping station, and potable water are all available. Fishing is allowed in the Cohasset Reservoir. A boat ramp is provided for car-top boats, but no boat trailers, please.
One of the most notable features of the Park is Mt. Blue Spring which is a popular source of fresh drinking water. Visitors can help themselves for free. The park is named for an Indian chief the local colonists knew as Josiah Wompatuck. In 1665, Chief Wompatuck deeded the park and the surrounding land to the English settlers. During WWII the park was used as an ammunition depot by the US military.
Whether you’re bringing a tent, R.V., or trailer, you'll find plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors.
If you’re looking for a smooth ride, check out the paved Whitney Spur Rail Trail. For some off-road fun, explore the many single-track trails through the woods.
All Activities at Wompatuck State Park
Facilities at Wompatuck State Park
Paved bike paths