1 Park near Griswold, Connecticut
Apr 2015 - $45.00
I can't say enough about this campground, the place is absolutely beautiful!
Campsites are big and private, and the owners are the best! Come here once and like us, you will hooked! - Virginia c
Sep 2014 - $45.00
Very friendly, very safe. Beautiful and large sites. Quiet. Family oriented. - Jane Camper
Sep 2012 - $45.00
We enjoyed many aspects of Countryside RV Park. The owners are extraordinarily friendly and helpful as are many of the seasonals. The sites are some of the largest we've seen in over 10 years of camping - some are just enormous. When we asked the owner about this, he said they closed the place down a few years back and redesigned many of the sites, enlarging them. They also made the decision not to allow tenting, as they had had some out of control people. In any case the place is now spacious, very quiet and geared for the older set. Kids and young families will be comfortable here but be aware there is not a lot to do on property. There is a small playground, a swimming area in one of the ponds that no one would use (very mucky) and lots of room for bikes and games on the grass. There is no large social room (the one they have is pretty small and not used for much). They do have a lovely veranda with rockers, and a nice outdoor seating area near a fire pit. Scheduled activities are pretty random/scarce. We were there over Labor Day and the only thing going on was a cute little concert by some of the seasonals. Relaxing and fun. The bathrooms are a bit basic, but clean. Sites are mostly level and a mix of open and wooded. Honestly, if you want a quiet laid back atmosphere, this rates a 9 or 10. But I love to swim and we have family who like to join us (who have a tent) so for me I have to knock my rating down a bit. But we'd go back on our own in the spring or fall in a heartbeat! - Gala62