Wompatuck State Park

Dogs Allowed
Historic site

Details of Wompatuck State Park

Overview of Wompatuck State Park

Wompatuck State Park spans 3,526 acres of forest, streams and ponds. Offering an over 250 site campground, 12 miles of non-motorized roads and 40 miles of forest trails, the park is a great place to get into nature.

Hours for Wompatuck State Park

Sunrise to sunset

Parking at Wompatuck State Park

Parking available:

  • Inside the park along Union St - after park entrance, Visitor Center area, Orchard Triangle, Transfer Station, Mt Blue Spring and Mt Blue St gate
  • Outside the park trail/gate entrances - Rt3A Cohasset Rail Station to Whitney Spur trail, and Doane St, Cohasset gate.
  • Camper parking at campsites

Activities at Wompatuck State Park

  • Camping

    Whether you’re bringing a tent, R.V., or trailer, you'll find plenty of space to enjoy the outdoors.
  • Biking

    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

  • Biking
  • Camping
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Educational programs
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Hunting
  • Mountain biking
  • Boating (non-motorized)
  • Snowmobiling

Facilities at Wompatuck State Park

  • Boat launch
  • Paved bike paths
  • Picnic areas
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Trailer/R.V. dumping
  • Trailer/R.V. hookup
  • Visitors Center

Accessibility at Wompatuck State Park

  • Accessible camping
    • Site E009 and Site Y003 are accessible
    • Includes level, packed-surface campsite, pedestal grill, accessible picnic table
  • Accessible restrooms
  • Accessible trails
    • Wompatuck trail, 1.25 miles

Restrictions at Wompatuck State Park

  • No boat trailers
  • No swimming
  • No alcohol
  • No littering

Read the rules for hunting in state parks

More info for Wompatuck State Park

Camping at Wompatuck State Park is $17/night for Massachusetts residents and $54/night for non-residents. Camping season typically runs from early May until Columbus Day weekend.

Read more about camping at Wompatuck State Park

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