Massachusetts - The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has a storied history that begins with the pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock. Its historical significance continues on through the Colonial period as the location of the Battle of Bunker Hill, the birthplace of Susan B. Anthony and the site of the Boston Tea Party in 1773. Although Massachusetts is rich in history, there are plenty of recreation alternatives to attract athletic adventurers to the state. In northern Massachusetts, around Pepperell and Townsend, mini storage units contain equipment for camping and hiking in Pearl Hill State Park and Willard Brook State Forest. Residents of Brimfield and Worcester, in the state’s central region, need sizable self storage facilities for their dog sleds and hot air balloons. Dozens of self storage units in the greater Boston area are filled with segways, lobster traps and saltwater boating equipment for sailing on the Atlantic Ocean. Mini storage facilities around Boston also fill up with the possessions of Ivy League students in between semesters at Harvard University. Across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts there are hundreds of self storage facilities.