Discover real camping adventures in the North Quabbin Region of Central Massachusetts – just an hour and a half from Boston or Springfield.
Set along the shores of a 200-acre lake, the Tully Lake Campground offers modern conveniences and superb recreational opportunities in a wilderness-like setting. Choose from 35 well spaced, walk-in tent-only campsites, including 16 waterfront sites, and 2 handicapped-accessible sites, each large enough to comfortably accommodate 2 tents. Paddle around Tully Lake in a canoe or kayak or walk along its shoreline footpaths. Take a day trip to a nearby waterfall or scenic overlook, Doane's Falls is in easy walking distance from the campground parking area. Or, explore miles of hiking and mountain bike trails, the campground is the main trailhead for the 22-mile Tully Trail.
The reservation is a link in the 22-mile Tully Trail. Seven miles of nearby mountain bike trails.
When to Visit
For information about season of operation, fees, and making reservations, visit www.tullylakecampground.org.
The Trustees reserves the right to photograph or video visitors and program participants for promotional use, and usage of our properties implies consent. Find the full policy here.
From Rt. 2, take Exit 18 and turn left onto Rt. 2A West toward Athol. From the intersection of Rts. 2A and 32 North in Athol, cross the Millers River Bridge and bear left following the signs on Rt. 32 North. Proceed about 4 mi., passing the Tully Dam, and take a right onto Doane Hill Rd. Proceed for 1 mi. Tully Lake Campground is on the right.
Tully Lake was created for flood-control purposes by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which built Tully Lake campground in 1977 and retains ownership.
Property Acquisition History
The Trustees have managed the campground since 1999.
Join naturalists and guides for interpretive and recreational programs scheduled throughout the summer.
Information available at the campground, at www.tullylakecampground.org, or by calling 978.249.4957.
North Quabbin Region
Before You Go
We encourage you to visit as many Trustees properties as you can.
Wherever your travels take you, please observe all posted regulations, follow special instructions from property staff, and keep in mind the Stewardship Code:
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