Date of Stay: August, 2011
Back again this year and only;y one word can describe it "Amazing". Not a whole heck of allot has changed but one thing that really stood out was the camp store. In the past we have been in there and it was nice but this year my family and I were shocked to see the amount of products they now have including food items. We didn't bring quite a bit of food as we packed lite and figured we would run up the street. We never had to leave the place they had almost everything. The ponds are still amazing and the personal have so improved. It was noticed all the workers had shirts to identify them I can't say enough about that as you never had to guess who worked there. Very well kept as usual. Owner is definitely on the right track. Can't wait to return next summer.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
First off I will agree with what some of the reviewers wrote if you just come in as a transient. YES most of the staff does come across as rude but there are a few good ones. The office staff has very little clue when it comes to answering questions, other than one of the owner's daughter who is usually pleasant. As far as the security goes I have to agree with most all of you. They are more like vigilantes than security. They cause more problems than resolve them by acting like thugs although this year the owner has seemed to weed some of them out. Again there are some older guys that are very pleasant but the younger ones are the problems especially one guy who has not been re-employed this year yet. As far as the pond goes they drain and clean it almost every year; it's the people that crap it up. Progress on the park is very slow, very very slow but overall I do like the park and will continue to camp there due to it being close by. The activities are mostly coordinated by one woman who does a great job at it. The help she has are usually just as good and the kids have fun along with the adults. The sites are dusty and covered with pine needles but that is camping if you want pavement go to Wal-Mart. Me personally, I don't want to feel like I am in my driveway. I have been several times to the campground in Foxboro and it is nice but it is a parking lot. The fire rule does kind of stink but someone correct me if I am wrong it is not their rule but Wareham Fire District rules. Wareham Fire actually patrols the park and will tell you to extinguish it if too early and you are not cooking on it. I think if the owner works on policing some of his staff and teaching them to be more polite it would be a much more pleasant campground. I am there most of the summer and have been in several different sites and know most of the staff and most of them know how I feel. Call a spade a spade. Overall it is one of the better campgrounds in the area due to the wooded sites and atmosphere. But form your own opinion, give it a try.