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    MA central ma hanging

    Does anyone know of any hammock friendly in the Worcester/Leominster area?

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    You could always hang near the Falls Shelter on the Tully Lake Trail in Royalston or at the Muddy Pond Shelter along the Midstate Trail in Westminster.
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    Otter River is a nice state forest not that far away from Leominster. You are also not that far away from Harold Parker.

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    The Pines Campground in Ashby Ma
    Willard Brook State Forest in Ashby MA
    both very nice!
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    Good advice thanks guys. I'm looking forward to finding some cool secluded places. I'd like to pair hanging with my passion for bushcraft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spindrift762 View Post
    Good advice thanks guys. I'm looking forward to finding some cool secluded places. I'd like to pair hanging with my passion for bushcraft.
    ===> The Pines Campground in Ashby, MA is a perfect Bushcrafting opportunity. Loads of land, and an accommodating owner (Paul). Just tell him you are a NEHHA member - you should be good to go!

    Hopefully, you are also a member over at our 'Sister Site',

    http://www.BushcraftUSA.com

    My trailname there is SkyPainter also!

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    If you go to the pines ask for a primitive site far far away from the RVs

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    Quote Originally Posted by gastar View Post
    If you go to the pines ask for a primitive site far far away from the RVs
    ===> Plus, you don't really need a 'site' there! Just tell Paul you will be somewhere back on his 20 acres of woodlands. For a Bushcraft outing, you could also go down near the creek, away from the formal sites. Water supply and everything!

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