1 Park near Moodus, Connecticut
May 2016 - $59.00
Consistent Wifi, but sometimes slow. Beautiful grounds on a pretty, pretty hill. Dirt sites. Dirt roads. Someone mowed the (thin) weeds/grass on both sides of us and dust filled the air, but I guess that can't be helped until the greenery gets thicker. Very nice staff. Very low water pressure; plan on using your pump for more pressure. You just can't have a lovelier place to stay. I would have given it a 10 if the roads were paved and there was at least a concrete patio. - User3274
Sep 2015 - $125.00
This was my first visit to Grandview and I was pleasantly surprised at the cleanliness of the facilities and the pool. The staff were friendly and helpful.
Our cabin was great! It was clean and spacious. There was a very large closet and built in drawers for all of our gear. There was a small dorm size refrigerator in the room too.
There was a nice mix of RV sites, tent sites and cabins. - Ecamper
Aug 2015 - $49.00
This campground is a real treasure. We learned that it was purchased just a couple years ago by a couple who have worked tirelessly to make this into a comfortable, tidy and peaceful haven. Of particular interest is the history of this park. It was originally home to a 1950s era hotel. Although the hotel, long-abandoned, had to be torn down, the owners incorporated several items salvaged from the original hotel. For instance, the bathrooms stalls are each framed with doors from the old hotel. Restored vanity mirrors are mounted to the wall in front of each bathroom sink. Flowers have been trained to grow up the headboards of old metal bed frames. The bathrooms were spotless (far cleaner, I'm afraid, than my own at home). The pool was very well maintained. We also enjoyed the beautiful wildflowers used in the landscaping throughout the grounds. What makes this place very special is the couple who owns it, and their sister who lives there. They were just the nicest people, and so ready to help us out when we had some trouble with our camper. I'm so glad we chose to stay here. - Family0HappyCampers