Oakham, a small town, near the center of Massachusetts, has a population of 1673, according to the 2000 census. It was first settled in 1749 but Incorporated in 1775. It’s original name was Oakhampton, but was changed to Oakham.
Per the Census bureau, the town has 21.5 Sq. miles, of which 21.1 is Land, and .04 is water.
There is a popular camping area known as Pine Acres located on Lake Dean which has boating, swimming and many recreations for the camper. Also, Quail Hollow Country Club , which is an 18 hole Golf Course and is open to the public and owned and operated by the Donlin family.