2 Parks near East Hampton, Connecticut
Aug 2014 - $45.00
This park leaves a lot to be desired. The lady in the office was helpful & pleasant & they have a lot of amenities. But our site was horribly unlevel. We only had water & electricity (30 amps) with no sewer - so very expensive for what you got. No cable, couldn't get our satellite to work. It had been raining & was pretty muddy too. We probably wouldn't stay here again unless it was for only 1 night & we were certain to get a more level site. - K Martin
Jun 2011 - $42.00
This campground has seen better days. Everything felt old and crumbling. Friendly staff. Lots of permanent sites, so it must be friendly. But certainly lacking in upkeep. - John and Judy Hill
Apr 2011 - $38.00
This is a busy place. More of a camp than anything else, with numerous seasonal visitors. The staff is VERY friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi at our site is fine. Signs leading to the park are few and you must be attentive to find it. Our GPS got us lost, but the phone and Google Map navigation did fine. Bathrooms are old, but clean. Showers are too and are of the pay variety. - Red Wolf Deux
Aug 2015 - $24.00
Only problem is the Goose poop all over the beach area & sites near the beach. The kids wanted to go & we had to say no!
Site was nice, employees were pleasant & helpful, pool was nice & playground is excellent! - kwyet1
Aug 2015 - $22.00
We stayed for one night and we would stay again, if we were in the area. The overnight spots were spacious, we were given a choice of shaded or full sun. Great campfire rings. Everyone was very friendly. Everything was very clean and well maintained! - NYParsels
Jul 2015 - $47.00
Sites we were given were not level but manageable. Gray water can be dumped on the site if you use a hose from your unit's gray water cap.
Large stone fire rings. Purchase wood on site. Do not carry wood in to burn.
Many amenities but we only stayed overnight and did not take advantage of them. RV dealer/repair on site. - Salem Cruise Lite