Price reflects added $3 day for internet, which we did not use and $1 for hot shower water. Rate we paid is $38. This is a seasonal and residential camp with scheduled activities. It is kid heaven. It is in wetlands fully of walking, flying and swimming creatures and quiet except for campers. Good campfire wood and camping sites near or away from "action". Great place to bike, walk or jog but not to drive. Front desk staff and camp store are great. Closest to tent camping "in the woods" possible. Entire camp needs a working weekend to pick up site trash and scrub showers and bathrooms. Showers and bathrooms need ventilation. We would return, except my wife, which means we would not, sadly. From 10 -1 Bathrooms, -1 showers. +1 camp staff. +1 value We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This campground is absolutely dirty. I would never come back here. The lake is filthy with trash all over the place, the playground was run down and the campsites are way too close together. I can't believe I stayed here for 3 nights. They need a major makeover. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed in the Windmill Section. The sites were very close but it was quiet and fairly level so it wasn't a problem. The kids enjoyed the ducks, the unique playground and the pool. Rules of no jumping in the pool and no kids (older) swimming without an adult didn't seem to be enforced. I made the boys stay in the shallow end as I was afraid they would get jumped on by the teenagers. Ice Cream Sundaes on Sunday were nice. There is no escort to your site, which would of been appreciated. I think because most sites are seasonal. We couldn't make the turn to get out of our loop as there were cars parked alongside the pool. Ended up getting stuck and having to unhitch the car while blocking all traffic. One of the workers told us they TRY to catch the offenders that park there. Other than that, it was a good weekend and we would go back, although I would probably stay in the big rig section in the back pull through sites and pay a little extra to have some space. We camped here in a Motorhome.
During the weekend when we stayed there in July it was very busy with people coming and going. Lots of kids on bikes and on foot. There is one area where you might get a dish on the roof to work but not where we parked. We were camped in a heavily wooded area and one night about 10 PM a small dead branch landed on the roof of the motorhome. Lots of seasonals but it is very quiet during quiet hours. Pretty quiet all week too. They have a complimentary limo to take you to the commuter train station which takes you to South Station in Boston. There is a narrow road the last 1/4 mile or so before you reach the campground and also a narrow bridge. The staff is very friendly and helpful. They recommended a young girl to tend to the animals so we could spend the whole day in Boston. The rate above is a weekly rate for a 30A full hookup back in site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My wife loved this park. The spaces are a little close for comfort, but the park has some stunningly gorgeous water. Our site backed up to this beautiful lake, often occupied by swans and duck, which would often sit next to the RVs with no fear of intermingling with the campers. Besides this lake, there were are least four others all within the campground boundary. Beautiful. Near our site were two large swimming pools as well, which were often full of happily playing children and parents, making the place feel vibrant and boisterous. The uniquely built playground equipment was also a bonus to any family looking to stay here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Site assigned was a gravel back in and very unlevel. Electrical box was extremely dirty inside around the connection. This is an older campground that could use some TLC. Access to this RV park is via some country roads and streets that do not make it easy for a transient to find, hence most campers here are local. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here on our way up to Maine. The site was clean but the roads to the site were tight for a 38 foot fifth wheel. Staff was helpful with the area and the store was interesting, in a good way. Will stay here again if I am in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A very dusty, and old campground. We nicknamed it Poo river as the fountain looked like mud in the back pond. There were lots of seasonal people with refrigerators outside the trailer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A grubby, run-down park with lots of ancient seasonal trailers. Highly family/vacation oriented. Staff varied from helpful to hopeless. Good laundry. Watch out for the address - there are two locations called East Street!!! Ask for directions, follow international trailer signs. We have a dually/36' high-profile fifth wheel. Our pull-through site was plenty large enough, others nearby were less accommodating. Very high water pressure. Paid WiFi @ $2.95 per day did not work. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.