1 Park near Higganum, Connecticut
Aug 2015 - $40.00
This is a quiet park in a rural wooded/farmland setting. Our site was reasonably level but required a couple boards under the real wheels to level. Our site had 50 amp electrical, water, and sewer. The water pressure was a little low. Mid-week, the campground was not very busy. Most of the other occupied sites were seasonal rentals. Spoke with the gentleman across from us who was very friendly and spends every summer here to be near his family. He said most of the time the campground is very quiet. There are no planned activities (which is fine with us). There is a pool but we never saw anyone using it. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They frequently circulated through the campground to check on status but were not intrusive. Getting to the campground from I-95 in a big rig was a little challenging. The Little City Road is narrow and winding with many rocks and trees on the sides of the roads. At least the speed limit is 25 mph and there was not much traffic.
We were in the area visiting family and if we return to the area I would be happy to stay again. - Randy & Sharon
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This park is hard to get to but very clean and well kept. Park with lots of big pretty trees. Camp hostess very nice and helpful. Probably wouldn't stay again for just one night. But would if I was going to stay more . Its about 12 mile off I 91. - RHOWARD
Sep 2012 - $36.00
While driving through the area our GPS died, and we stopped here to purchase batteries from the camp store. We did not spend the night but the owner invited us to walk our dog and take a break from driving, which we thought was a wonderful gesture. The park is small, quiet, and looked well kept. My wife took a brochure, we plan on spending a night here next season. - richardlover