Located in Essex County on the northshore of Massachusetts, Rockport is home to over 7,000 residents. Approximately 40 miles north of Boston, Rockport is at the tip of the Cape Ann peninsula.
Rockport is a quintessential coastal New England town with charm found around every corner. Historically Rockport has been a town that is primarily suburban and known for lobster fishermen and artists. As a result, has been on the radar for tourism for many years with visitors coming to admire the rocky beaches and seaside parks.
Common points of interest include Bearskin Neck, a collection of fisherman shacks that have been converted into shops, eateries and galleries. Thatcher’s Island’s lighthouses as well as The Paper House, completely made of paper are also among the area’s highlights. Rockport is conveniently accessed by the MBTA Commuter Rail with service to Boston.
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