2018 New England Caravan

September 11 - October 14, 2018 Colchester, VT

Discover for yourself the wonders of New England while traveling along back roads and through villages and farmland.  You’ll have the opportunity to become better acquainted with local people and their customs of which they are so proud.

The New England Caravan begins on the western edge of Vermont, traveling east, crossing through New Hampshire, the Maine coast, and down into Eastern Massachusetts with trips into Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Winnebago Outdoor Adventures begins this popular caravan in Colchester, VT with a dinner cruise aboard the Spirit of Ethan Allen on beautiful Lake Champlain.

Days 1-4 Colchester, VT
• Caravan Orientation
• Welcome dinner cruise on Lake Champlain
• Shelburne Museum Tour
• Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
• Cold Hollow Cider Mill, Ben & Jerry’s
• Lunch at the Trapp Family Lodge
• Free Day

Days 5-8 North Conway, NH
• 3-hour train trip to the summit of Mt. Washington.
• Covered Bridges
• Lunch at White Mountain Hotel
• Lake Winnipesaukee lunch cruise
• Canterbury Shaker Village
• Free Day

Days 9-11 Trenton, ME
• Bus tour of Acadia National Park
• Lunch at Thurston’s Lobster Pound
• Free Day

Days 12-14 Boothbay, ME
• Owl’s Head Transportation Museum
• Lighthouse Cruise, Dinner

Days 15-18 Wells, ME  
• Tour of Kennebunkport and lunch
• Seashore Trolley Museum
• Perkins Cove
• Free Day

Days 19-22 Salisbury, MA
• Salem, Marblehead
• Gloucester
• Whale Watch Boat trip

Days 23-29 Foxboro, MA
• Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II
• Boston city tour
• Lexington
• Old North Church behind the scenes
• Lunch at Cheers
• JFK Presidential Library & Museum
• U.S.S. Constitution
• Battleship Cove
• Free Day

Days 30 – 33 Mystic, CT 
• Newport, RI Mansion Tour
• Fort Adams National Historic Site
• Mystic Seaport
• Free Day
• Farewell Dinner

Day 34 Departure
Farewell breakfast

PRICE INCLUDES: Event hosts, tailenders, 33 nights of camping, admission to attractions and meals noted in the itinerary, taxes and gratuity.  Busing is provided on the majority of the tours except when it is impractical to bus a short distance.  In this case you will use your tow cars.  

NOTE: This event is subject to change without prior notice due to circumstances beyond our control, or for the best interest of the participants. 

 

Discover for yourself the wonders of New England while traveling along back roads, through villages and farmland, giving you the opportunity to become better acquainted with local people and their customs of which they are so proud.

Past Photos

  • Winnebago Outdoor Adventures: Past Photos
  • Winnebago Outdoor Adventures: Past Photos
  • Winnebago Outdoor Adventures: Past Photos
  • Winnebago Outdoor Adventures: Past Photos

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