2 Parks near East Lyme, Connecticut
Aug 2015 - $52.00
After staying the crowded, dark, tree filled camps of the previous several weeks in the north...coming to Aces high with its space and light was refreshing.
Most folks were in motorhomes.
Spaces were large, few seasonal campers and we were happy! - Ratman
Jul 2015 - $64.00
Great park, a bit expensive compared to neighboring parks, but clean. Internet works great, lots of activities. - Kim Zappone
Jul 2015 - $62.00
Conveniently located just a few miles off of I-95, Aces High RV Park appears to aim for a clientele with few or no children and/or those touring the historic attractions in the area. Office staff is efficient. Interior roads are gravel and there is plenty of room. There is a generous mix of roomy pull-through and back-in sites, all of which are level. Those sites with any significant shade are generally located around the perimeter of the park and will likely be occupied by seasonal campers. Utility hook-ups are sturdy and up-to-date. All grass is mowed/trimmed and shrubs as well. There is no litter of any kind on the grounds, but our fire pit had not been cleaned from the previous occupant. This was surprising considering the cost of a site here. The pool is small and hours of operation are only 9 to 5. The campground store has little in the way of groceries but much in the way of RV supplies and gadgets; there is a small area within for making coffee or tea. WiFi signal is good. It is very quiet here. Rater reflects two in our party at a waterfront site. We would stay here again. - RamWagon
Aug 2012 - $30.00
We have gone to this campground for a couple years and plan to go for at least one weekend a year. The beach has two sides, one side is deeper than the other side which was great for the kids. - microjenn79
May 2012 - $33.00
This is right off I-95 between New Haven and New London and is situated on the Long Island Sound. Easy off and on. We camped here for one night since we were so close to home in RI. There are 160 wooded and open sites located in five sites. We were in Osprey loop and it was very nice. There were only 11 other sites taken because it was during the week. The campground had been full for the holiday weekend before. Our site was well shaded. You can ride bikes down to the beach and along the refuge - interesting. It cost us $33 because we were from out of state - expensive for dry camping. They also charge you $3.00 for a reservation fee even if you don't make a reservation. There is concession, dump station, showers, salt water fishing and swimming. No pets are allowed. There was an incident during the evening with one of the campers about ten sites away from us and the rangers, local and state police came quickly and removed the person camping. I think he had too much of something! Leaving the next morning the check in lady says nothing like that ever happens here. I was impressed how they handled the problem and how quickly it was resolved. - gsnakehill
May 2012 - $20.00
Nice - Very Clean Park, Military,Disabled & Disabled Veteran Friendly. Staff is incredibly Friendly,Sites are very accessible and well groomed. They don't have any Water Sewer or electric hook ups, But do offer clean rest rooms, showers and Convenient Dump Station near the main entrance. Every site has picnic table and fire pit/ring, you can have a generator but if its not rate "quiet - 55 decibels or less you have to shut it off for sleepy time. Large field to enjoy games and other things, and it takes about 10-15 minutes to walk to Rocky Neck Beach. Great Location, Great Rate for the amenities, they would have gotten a 10 if they had water/sewer/power. - RetMilitaryGuy