2 RV Parks near North Stamford, Connecticut
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of North Stamford. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near North Stamford in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Nice county park, well maintained. Roads are wide and paved. Our site was hard packed gravel, nice level site. We were there early in the season so the transient side of the campground was empty. The other side is various RVs and pull trailers that appear to be year-rounders. It was quiet during our stay. Verizon and T-Mobile worked fine here. Price reflects a one week stay. Bathrooms were closed during our stay. They don't provide fire pits but you can bring your own. Customer service in making reservations and checking in left a lot to be desired but it's a county park. They DO recycle here despite what we were told when we asked that specific question - not only separate bins at the park but the grocery store down the road takes cans and bottles. You'd think that, especially since there's a massive landfill capped off at this county park, employees would have an awareness of recycling? Only a couple minor drawbacks: Something was up with our electric pole as over voltage caused our surge protector to trip several times a day. If you live here, you probably get used to the trains running day and night. We didn't during our week's stay. Nice paths to walk around the park and along the river. Lots of people fishing and out enjoying the day use areas during our stay. - Roaming Together
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Great location if you are wanting to visit nyc or the Hudson valley. The park is located right on the croton Harmon train line, which is very regularly serviced by both express & all stops trains. We found getting a long term reservation a bit tricky, and so just booked for two weeks at a time. On that note some staff are very helpful, others not so. The entry to the park can get a little busy on weekends or other holiday times. Lots of open space, waterfront and places to walk. It did used to be a tip though, so the grassy mounds aren't hills. Seemed to be about half the park either perm or seasonal residents. They do need to get the bin for trash and recycling emptied a little more frequently as was often overflowing. The power was only 30amp, otherwise the utilities were very reliable. AT&T plus Verizon both worked well. On Site 13 the rear faces the restrooms, and people often cut through your site which we find a bit rude. Can be a bit sloppy going on the dirt roads in the campsite ring road when it rains. - leemhicks
May 2017 - $35.00
1.5 miles to the train station to NYC. An hour north of NYC. Camp ground has more 'full timers' than transient; people say they are workers on the new Tarrytown Bridge. Nice grounds but the roads in the RV campground lack maintenance. - 5outta6