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Escape to historic Rockport, Massachusetts.

For over 160 years, people have traveled to Rockport for our miles of lovely beaches, boulder-strewn paths through woods and glades, and that uncommonly magical light that has inspired painters since Winslow Homer.

In an hour's pleasant drive north of Boston, you can enjoy a romantic getaway, exquisite dining and a unique shopping experience—all in a single day.

The Rockport Division of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce invites you to use our online travel guide to find a vacation package that will give you a break from the bustle of city life. Come visit our seaside village just 40 miles north of Boston (see map).



TRAILS & SAILS: Two Weekends of Walks and WaterTRAILS & SAILS: Two Weekends of Walks and Water
September 19, 2014 - September 28, 2014
Experience Inspiration as you hike, bike, paddle, stroll or sail this September when the Essex National Heritage Commission presents its premier partnership event, TRAILS & SAILS: Two Weekends of Walks and Water, September 19-21 and 26-28. more
Rockport Farmers MarketRockport Farmers Market
September 20, 2014
The summer Rockport Farmers' Market is a new, open-air market located in Harvey Park in downtown Rockport. more
Rapha Super Cross Gloucester Rapha Super Cross Gloucester
September 27, 2014 - September 28, 2014
Rapha Super Cross Gloucester - know by many as "the New England Worlds" - unfolds at one of the most beautiful race venues in the country: Gloucester's beautiful oceanside Stage Fort Park. more
What can be more inspiring than a night at the opera? Cape Ann Symphony presents a program of BIZET, MOZART, PUCCINI, ROSSINI, VERDI AND MORE. more
Rockport Farmers MarketRockport Farmers Market
September 27, 2014
The summer Rockport Farmers' Market is a new, open-air market located in Harvey Park in downtown Rockport. more
Rockport Farmers MarketRockport Farmers Market
October 4, 2014
The summer Rockport Farmers' Market is a new, open-air market located in Harvey Park in downtown Rockport. more
The annual Rockport HarvestFest celebration features the best of the season in a quintessential coastal New England setting, offering live music, great food, and plenty of activities for families. more
Santa arrives in Rockport Harbor on a lobster boat, followed by a parade along Bearskin Neck to Dock Square for the town Tree Lighting festivities. more
This is the fourth year for this fresh, new event featuring a delectable mix of Rockport's finest accommodations and private homes. Visit the beautiful seaside homes and inns of Rockport, all decked out for the holidays. more
Members of the Rockport Chamber of Commerce may find information on upcoming Chamber events, meetings, member benefits, and more at www.capeannchamber.com.

Beginning August 15 and continuing through October 31 many of Rockport's Main Street galleries and shops will be opening their doors for extended hours every Friday Night from 4 to 8 pm.
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On Saturday, August 2nd, Manchester’s celebration of local art, music and food, Festival by the Sea, returns to downtown. The popular annual event will feature over 75 artists ranging from painters to jewelers and artisans.
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The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Auction celebrates its 27th run on Friday, July 18 at 5:00 pm at The Essex Room at Woodman’s, 125R Main Street, Essex.

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Volunteers are needed this summer at the Rockport Booth. Volunteers can show their love of the Cape Ann community by welcoming and assisting visitors from around the world.
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7 Seas Whale Watch, Gloucester
The Quarterdeck Inn By The Sea, Rockport
Tuck Inn B&B
Rockport Inn & Suites!
Inns of Rockport
Visit Rockport Year Round
Pleasant Street Inn, Rockport, MA

 

This is the Official Travel Web Site of the Rockport Chamber of Commerce
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of the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce
North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism
Moonrise Over Motif No 1 - photo courtesy Tom Cox Halibut Point State Park - photo courtesy Les Bartlett