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Wilderness Lake Campground & Resort, Willington, Connecticut

Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $25.00
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I WOULD NEVER CAMP AT THIS CAMPGROUND AGAIN!! On their website, which looked like a nice campground. They post the campground rules and regulations of which they state: "Quiet hours will be maintained between the hours of 10pm and 8 am." This campground has a recreational hall in which they were hosting a function which included a loud DJ and lots of people screaming. As any camper knows, sound travels greatly through a campground. We were sitting around our campfire at about 9:30pm, trying to relax a little in between the blaring music and people screaming, when I finally called the office to find out when the function was going to end. (Figured it would end at 10:00pm as stated in THEIR OWN RULES). The man at the office, which I believe was the owner of the campground, stated the function was going on until midnight!! We tried to sit by the campfire and ignore the noise a little longer, but it just got worse. We called the desk and the man starting screaming at us that we were complaining, and told us to leave the campground. (Hilarious. We got kicked off a campground because the owner was mad, because he wasn't following HIS OWN RULES!!) By the time we packed up and left, at 10:20 pm, the music and partying continued just as loud as it was earlier. PLEASE BEWARE of this campground! APPARENTLY, any rules they state for their campground, are NOT the rules they actually follow. The quiet hours do NOT begin at 10:00PM as stated. LOUD partying is allowed until midnight!!! This is not a place for relaxation!! It's like camping next to a dance club! We camped at Wilderness Lake Campground & Resort in a Tent.

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Myles Standish State Forest, South Carver, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: June, 2007 - $15.00
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Overall, very nice park. Ponds are clean for the most part. Price is reasonable and noise is kept to a minimum. Only downfall is how difficult it is to reserve for one night. The state website only lets you reserve two nights so sometimes it is impossible just to camp for one night. We camped at Myles Standish State Forest in a Tent.

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Massasoit State Park, Taunton, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: April, 2007 - $15.00
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Pond is disgusting, but a decent place to camp if you don't plan on swimming. Hard to get a site for just one night due to the state regulated reservation policy of only being able to reserve for 2 nights. We camped at Massasoit State Park in a Motorhome.

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