RV Management Services (RVMS) has developed in charming Sturbridge, Massachusetts, an all new RV Resort that is destined to rock! As our 11th RV Resort, Pine Lake RV Resort & Cottages will join our “Eleven Beauties” that are all very highly rated with a majority being 10 / 10* / 10 Good Sam rated properties in the mid-Atlantic and Southwest. (Please see on inside back cover page ad in the 2020 Good Sam Guide). We have with Pine Lake another pristine RV Resort designed to meet your expectations year after year.
Driven by our core values (RAPID: Respect, Accountability, Perseverance, Integrity and Discipline), our staff abides by only two rules: 1) the RVer guest is always right; and 2) if you think the RVer guest is wrong, please read Rule One again. We are all about providing outstanding service, and we strive to make the guest feel welcome and amazed at the beautiful setting, the numerous activities for kids and adults, and the courteous staff. We are reaching out to families, small or large; the retiree; the snowbird; the individual on assignment nearby; the city dweller looking for a break from the rigors of the city living; and the full timer: please come experience (for a day, a week, a month or a season) this beautiful all new RV Resort named Pine Lake RV Resort & Cottages.
LOCATION …. LOCATION …. LOCATION
Located in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, next door to the popular and unique Old Sturbridge Village, Pine Lake RV Resort & Cottages is at the doorstep of the unique and festive attractions of all New England. We are located at the intersection of I-84 from NYC and I-90 Mass Pike from Boston.
We are less than a mile from these interstate highways (but have no noise pollution). We are approximately one hour from Boston, Providence, and Harford and less than 2 hours from the beauty of Cape Cod. Make Pine Lake RV Resort & Cottages your home base for day trips to all of New England, from the Paul Revere trail in Boston to the incredibly scenic beaches of Cape Cod.
Our next door neighbor is Old Sturbridge Village, New England’s largest living museum that
replicates a New England Village as it was in the 1820 era, complete with costumed candlemakers, farriers, and bustling costumed characters. The town of Sturbridge is also developing a reputation for several smaller restaurants, including B.T.’s Smokeshouse (acclaimed by the late Anthony Bourdain as one of America’s great smokehouses), the Sturbridge Seafood Restaurant (with a daily variety of fresh oysters and fish), and the Duck and Avellino with their warm and rustic ambience, live musicians, and great food.
Shopping for antiques in the surrounding area is always rewarding, and for the basics there is a nearby mall that has about 15 shops, anchored by mainstays that include a Walmart, a large grocery store, an Uno Pizza restaurant and a Staples.