This is a small, family-owned campground in the Berkshires. It is very neat and clean and the owners are very accommodating and friendly; their grandson (13) earns his keep by running the honey wagon ($12) and is a hard worker. The site we had was more than large enough to accommodate our 34' MH and very handicap accessible. While there appear to be many 'seasonal' and some 'permanent' residents, the sites are well maintained. The only distraction at the time we were there was the railroad construction that was occurring on the main road needed to get to the campground...a little tight for a 34' MH, but that should be cleared up by next season, and we were able to find an alternate route to and from the campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.