Peddocks Island is one of the more isolated and quaint islands that’s perfect for camping. It’s rich in history and formerly home to Native Americans, militiamen, prisoners of war, and farmers. It’s isolated and truly for those willing to brave the great outdoors.
Comprised of mostly campsites, Peddocks Island is home to Fort Andrews, a WWII-era Chapel, artifacts, and wildlife such as deer and turkeys. We explored one of the tents on site where families were enjoying their weekends away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Did you know that some of the tents have electricity?