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We found this campground by accident through the visitor center in downtown Plymouth. The center had a direct line to this campground and reservations were extremely easy. Only 4 miles from historic downtown, easy access to the Mayflower and Plymouth Plantation. The entrance is gated and the sites are beautiful, heavily wooded, fantastic clubhouse with nicely stocked store. Planned activities for the kids, cabin rentals, manicured beach and playground. Each campsite has a custom made fire pit that are a work of art in itself. The staff were friendly and helpful and they even offer on-site RV service. This campground reminded me of a 50's style resort that you read about in history books. The only downfall for some campers will be that they do not allow dogs in the campground. We didn't realize this until we were set up, but since we were only there for the night, we kept junior in the rig until we left.

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This the third year in a row that I've camped here while in transit to Cape Cod. I used to live near here and always stop to visit with friends. It could be an amazing campground since it has both wooded and open sites. It's close to the original Yankee Candle Factory and the hip town of Northampton. Also nearby are five different colleges: University of Massachusetts, Mt. Holyoke, Hampshire, Smith and Amherst College. It's also a short trip up the Mohawk Trail to the quaint village of Shelburne Falls. The downside of this campground is that they continue to allow it to fall in disrepair. The office/campstore is dingy and dirty. The bathrooms are horrible and worst of all the dumpstation continually backed up while we tried to dump the rig. The staff wasn't helpful at all and weren't too concerned with these issues. You'll also need to bring insect repellent, this area is prime bug habitat. The new owners have done little to improve this diamond in the rough.