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39 RV Parks near Quinebaug, Connecticut
We did however find 39 campgrounds within 25 miles of Quinebaug. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Quinebaug in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $15.00
Everything others have said about this clean, wooded park is spot on. Sites are very large. Pinic table is huge with room at one end for handicap access. Two nice lean-to areas for overnight tenters. Only negative is pump out is horizontal instead of verticle and allows for some escape of sewage. I would definitely come back to this gem again. - Trainspotter
Jun 2018 - $15.00
Small 24 sites, 11 w water and electric, campground by COE Lake. 1 1/2 hour to Boston. Sites are large, level and wooded. Hosts friendly and helpful. Downsides include no 50 amp electric and no sewer. Dump station is dated and difficult to use. - Donauw
May 2018 - $30.00
We again enjoyed our stay at West Thompson Lake Campground. Campground is heavily wooded, mostly level, with lots of wooded space between sites which made for good privacy. Our 30 amp W/E hookups were in good working order. Entrance road to campsites moderately hilly but very manageable. Not much has changed since we were here a few years ago except the addition of a new building housing the fresh water tanks for the campground. Camp hosts friendly & professional as always. Sites are about 75' deep with plenty of width. Hosts make rounds at quiet time along with park rangers making routine patrols during the day. With the exception of one camper, found everyone respectful. Bathrooms/showers kept clean and were updated. We enjoyed this campground and would certainly return or recommend this place to anyone. - mdcamping
Jun 2013 - $79.00
This was a tough one to review. My rating reflects a comparison to other campgrounds which this is really not. It's a concert venue with some 200 plus seasonal sites and very few (I was told maybe as little as six) sites available for reservation. If you are there when there's not a concert, there's very little to offer by way of amenities/activities. They have a very nice pool and bathhouse and the facilities where clean. The camp store doubles as a gift shop/main entrance on show days and offers virtually nothing as far as supplies go. There is a gas station with a Food Mart adjacent to the property which you can walk to. It has everything (including Subway, Dunkin Donuts) just not a lot of camping supplies. When shows aren't going on you can wander around the venue and have access to a lakefront. They do charge something extra per person and require a $25 refundable deposit for the pool/bathhouse. If you're there for a concert weekend they require a 2 night minimum. They allow you to check out late on Sunday which is nice because they really pack them in. The venue is a great place to see performers up close and they have all the usual concessions. There's plenty of space to wander around and you can still hear the music down by the lakefront. The people who work there and the seasonals who stay there were all very friendly. But be forewarned it is a party atmosphere. Lot's of music and cocktails, and lots of circling around in golf carts. But again, I can't say enough about how friendly people were. - McNamara's Band
Jul 2009 - $54.00
The sites are not level and there is no recreation during the week. There is a lake, but there is no recreation on it. I would not camp here again. - har-fl
Sep 2008 - $48.00
This campground has a lot of seasonal sites. We stayed in the Nashville area in the front close to the office on huge concrete site that was 30x60. Water, electric and sewer was good. Wi-Fi was strong for access but did not connect to the internet. We have a sprint Aircard and used it instead. This campground caters more to people that want to attend concerts such as Billy Ray Cyrus or Keith Anderson who performed the weekend before we arrived and Charlie Daniels was scheduled to perform the following weekend. If you stay on a weekday, can get in the Nashville sites and have Camp Club USA it isn't a bad place to stay. We would only stay here for a couple of days when passing through. If you stay here say Hi to the gentleman who lives there and loves dogs more than people. - TXBobcat
Jun 2016 - $31.00
This park does NOT have a sewer hook up, but they do have a grey water drain and a honey wagon. They guy that runs the place was so nice. They had some great events while here. The RV sites are nestled in the woods and very nice! One of our favorites and we will be back! - FrugalNavyWife
Sep 2015 - $60.00
This rustic, hilly campground is nestled in the woods along Chamberlain pond. The access roads and site pads/patios are gravel. The first 10 sites have water, 30a electric and a gray water only dump port. There is a dump station. These same sites will accommodate bigger rigs more easily as the road is a little wider. The rest of the sites are W/E only and scattered among the seasonals. Most sites are reasonably level but remember this campground is built into the hills so you will need to compensate. The length and width of every site varies somewhat but you had a feeling of privacy in the trees. We had to jockey our 39' rig into a position so the slides avoided trees. Even still, our site's campfire pit ended up under a slide so we didn't have any fires. Tree trimming is needed as the rig scraped against branches when backing into place. Water pressure was 40 - 45psi. 30amp power was stable. In spite of 80 degree temps, we never ran the A/C because the dense tree shade kept the rig much cooler. Cable TV was good and available for $5 a night. There's no wi-fi but our hotspot worked fine. The grounds were clean and maintained. The office/rec room building is fairly new and sports a store, library, game room. Behind it is a large blacktopped pad for listening to music, playing basketball, etc. The 50 acre pond has a variety of fish, no license needed and it's catch and release. We met a number of the seasonals and found them welcoming and engaging. The staff was friendly and very helpful with information about the area. The nightly rate for the Labor Day holiday is bumped to $60. Considering no 50a service, no site dump, no wi-fi, extra $ for cable, site accommodation issues for big rigs, their regular $40 rate is more appropriate for a holiday weekend and still high compared to other campgrounds where a similar daily rate includes all the amenities. We liked the rustic qualities of this campground but would look for other places next time. - Born2Roam
Jun 2015 - $40.00
Nice campground. Clean, friendly staff, quiet. We stayed here for 4 nights and enjoyed it very much. We will definitely stay here again the next time through the area. - sstgermain
Sep 2016 - $32.00
If you're looking for the city dump, this is it. I have never seen a park as trashed as this one.
The handicap ramp has several boards missing and it's not useable.
The swimming pool looks like dismal swamp or maybe an algae experiment for the local high school.
When I checked in there was a styrofoam container on the counter with a fork on top of it. The next morning the container was on the railing outside the office. The trash can in the office was overflowing and there was trash on the floor.
The laundry has two large cages with large birds in them. The floor around them was littered with whatever falls out of the cages.
It's a beautiful location which has been left to deteriorate. It doesn't speak well of the owners however nice they may seem. This gross neglect doesn't happen overnight. - User3255
Sep 2015 - $36.00
This place is a real dump with nice, quirky people running it. They don't even weed-wack around the office which is the first thing you see. We couldn't level our rig so we got our exercise running uphill to the bedroom in the back. There is no fire pit and we couldn't reach the sewer in our pull-through without leaving the car on the road. It is really a low end trailer park. There is wifi, but I couldn't access it. I ended up using my personal hotspot on my phone. This was a one night stop so no biggie. - RVerMJ
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This place has definitely seen better days. They do have a pool, but it would have to be stifling out before any of us would use it. We camped with two other families. We come here because it's cheap and not too far away from the Woodstock (CT) Agricultural Fair that runs Labor Day Weekend. We don't spend much time at the campground other than to sleep and eat breakfast. Other than that, we're out all day. So it serves it's purpose.
The sites we had were tiered at the back of the campground, so we pretty much had the area all to ourselves. The utilities were rather new and in good condition.
The Owners are a bit odd, but nice people. Propane is a bargain, so it's a good place to fill up if you're low. - grumpah
Jun 2018 - $48.00
Lovely, woodsy campground. Looks like mostly long term residents but they keep a few spots for nightly campers like us. Very pleasant owners who gave helpful suggestions about Sturbridge restauants. Right near Sturbridge and far superior to campgrounds we saw in Sturbridge several years ago. Everything worked great and wished we could have stayed longer. - Andrea W
Aug 2017 - $40.00
The campground is older but well kept. Many friendly seasonals and the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. It was raining when we got to the campground but the roads are solid and trees trimmed up nicely. Its very quiet which is what we seek, no noisy late parties or early risers making noise. Showers are clean and they have laundry on site. Overall a pleasant experience and we will be back. - Ed Brodeur
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Stayed during a rainy time of bad weather. So many trees that you feel as if you are in a cave at the campground. Hard to maneuver any rig bigger than 28 feet long. Hook-ups worked but needed maintenance. Not a lot to do, Sturbridge Village near by that is it. You have the Nipmuk woods , it might interest some. However the owner is very friendly and extremely helpful, It is a family run campground. Many areas office ,store , are on the "Honor" system, however when in need the best way to reach someone is from the cell phone number they give you. The office registration area is often empty not anyone there to help you. There are many seasonal campers, but they are very friendly and helpful. During tornado warnings the owners said to go to their basement , did not have to help us but did. Quaint old fashion style campground. - Rhonda51
Sites: 101 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 19 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $1.00
This is a Thousand Trails RV Park, it's a real nice park. The employees are already friendly and helpful. There is a free honeywagon that comes every Monday and Thursday. Spots mostly fairly tight, too many annuals and they allow the public to come in. Other than that it's a real nice park. - Gramps1Grammieroo
Aug 2017 - $60.00
Sadly we didn't check on RVParkreviews before booking this park. It is now called Sturbridge RV Resort. Close to the highway but that's where it ends for positive experience. The the roads are tight and bumpy - it took us 1/2 hour to get into our site which was the tightest we've ever experienced. The side of our trailer was damaged by the neighbor's awning. The unit behind us was less than 10" from ours. We had to park our truck on the side with our awning and hardly had room to open the door. We couldn't extend our slides fully. We asked about WIFI and employee said "You can try it but it doesn't work." Since they stated WIFI on their website we asked in the office and were told we could pay extra to use it in the office. There are many seasonal units that are trashy. The people behind us had a campfire on the ground with no firepit - no supervision in the park at all. Assuming most people staying were Thousand Trails members and didn't pay much to stay; one family coming in were given a smaller spot than us and were told they overbooked so that's all they had. Very poorly run park. - Catsinatrailer
Jul 2017 - $1.00
Since this is a Thousand Trails park it had to beat the value when you stay for almost free. If it was a regular private campground I wouldn't rate it this high. The only sites available for a big rig are in D section. Part of this section is taken up by seasonals so there are not many sites available for transients. Almost as soon as a site becomes available it is taken even in the morning. If you have 2 big rigs end to end you fill up both sites with very little space between them. Some sites have no room for both slides and awnings. I had to move my tow vehicle several times to let other rigs in and out of the site next to me. On the other side was what looked like 2 families staying in a pull trailer. They had a travel trailer, tent, truck and a mini van on their site. Some slept in the mini van. There really are no parking places anywhere on a weekend night. Mini golf course wasn't open and needed repairs. The roads have a few sharp turns for a big rig and have plenty of holes. After a rain the tractor did come by with a grading attachment. - mrracechaser
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Spent a night passing through. Great stopover. Easy access to the site with the coach. A lot of amenities for kids and adults. Very family friendly. We would definitely stay here again. - MJB
Jul 2017 - $70.00
I did not read reviews prior to booking here and probably best I didn't. We used this as a halfway overnight on our way to and from Bar Harbor Maine as there just weren't many options. It was easy to get to off I84, some low limbs on River road but manageable. Both sites we had were meant to have 2 trailers on. Luckily we never had to deal with that, because they would have been super tight. Overall this place is a dump. Wife and I walked it the first night we stayed. Seasonals everywhere, most are in poor condition at best. Abandoned RV's in the woods, equipment all over the place, their shop gate is always open, and what a mess that area is. The regular rate was $84 per night, I found a discount code and got it for $70 a night. Still way to much. Roads and entrance are tight. Oh, and the note in the campground map that says no air conditioners or electric heaters unless prior arrangements are made. Really? My prior arrangement was paying $70 a night to stay in this dump. On our way home at site 151 on a Friday night was met with a ridiculously loud DJ rave party on the patio that went from 6-10PM. I don't know how my 11 month old son fell asleep, the wife and I sure couldn't. This is not a destination campground. It's barely ok for an (expensive) overnight. - ferguson65
May 2017 - $58.00
If you thought that this Jellystone Park is a serine, woodsy park, think again. This park is nothing more than a run down trailer park full of permanents that need to be evicted. We booked a pull-through full hook- up site to accommodate our 40-ft 5'er. What we got was a pull-through site, no sewer, no 50Amp, and jammed into a site where our slides were almost touching the slides in the next site. I will say that the staff did try to help resolve our problems the best they could. Don't waste your time or money here. - Rick Frazier
Jun 2016 - $60.00
Expensive for what you get, rude owners that just care about finding different ways to charge you for every little thing and sometimes double charge you when they "forget" you already paid. - Bert102
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful place to get away for $800/month. Local roads are "scenic", which means the 25mph speed limit is enforced by narrow, badly maintained roads. AT&T reception is two bars at best. No WiFi, cable costs extra, 10-15 channels with a good aerial, and plenty of hot water for $1 in the clean bath house. Air conditioning is superfluous except for a few nights in August-shady sites with cool breezes. Tight roads servicing the generous seasonal sites, easy assess to the "Field" for big rigs and weekenders. Management is friendly and helpful. - Ernest Station
Jul 2013 - $50.00
My family and I spent a week at this campground and had such a wonderful time. Camping has become a summer hobby of ours and we were delighted to find a place that finally met the criteria we were looking for. The grounds were clean, the lake was beautiful, and there was no loud night time noise to keep my two children awake- something that I have run into problems with during stays at other parks. The management was very helpful, and even delivered firewood to our campsite for us. My husband and I enjoyed a live band around a bonfire right by the lake - very relaxing, and my two children really liked the movie night offered as well as tie dye your shirt day. We brought along our dog, and even though there is a no pet walking policy, there was a private road adjacent to the park where we were able to walk him every morning. If you are looking for an enjoyable real camping experience, this is the place to be. - cnms248
Aug 2018 - $27.00
Smaller state park campground that is in a good location off the Mass Pike in central Massachusetts. The park is fine for a one night stop if you are passing through in a RV. Most of the sites are suited for tents or small trailers. We had a very long back in site that was level so we didn't unhook. There is a new bath house in the lower section that is very nice. Small beach on a good size pond. Mass residents get a break on camping fees. - linnemj
Aug 2018 - $17.00
We had a great weekend stay at this park. Well-maintained, and the campsites were absolutely huge and super private. They let us set up a "kids tent" so we weren't all jammed into the pop-up camper. Bathrooms were reasonably clean-ish for a state park (i.e., tidied up, but rarely scrubbed with bleach, so bring your flip-flops to the shower). Shower was nice and hot, and the water pressure was good. The entire campsite was nice and quiet. Our dog was welcome if kept leashed and trails were well-maintained. The beach (for campers only) is lovely. No dogs allowed on the beach itself, but you can sit at the picnic tables to watch the kids swim. No water or electricity on the campsites. Water spigots and bathrooms were a bit far from some of the spots. It won't matter in the daytime, but those 2am bathroom breaks with flashlights can be an inconvenient walk. Bathrooms TRY to be handicap accessible. The one along the pond is brand new and totally accessible, but the ones up on the hill are older and tight to navigate a wheelchair. If you stay up on the hill off one of the side-roads, call and ask the staff for guidance before you book because, while the campsites are pull-in and absolutely huge, there are a few spots that might be tight to haul a larger rig up between the trees. We would stay here again. - Anna_Erishkigal
Sep 2017 - $27.00
We booked site #39 online, based on proximity to bath house (at least, it looked that way on the map). No pictures of individual campsites on the ReserveAmerica booking site, so we were kind of winging it. We unexpectedly arrived at the campground around 10pm, after a long and grueling day on the road. The site (or what we could see of it) seemed nice, but was very unlevel, with a steep, narrow driveway. Combined with the winding, tree-lined loop road, there was no way we were going to be able to back into that site in the dark. We drove back to the camp office to hand our tag back in, ready to find a cheap motel for the night. Much to our delight, they had a pull-through site (#15), that had just been vacated minutes before we got there. So, we drove over to said site, and it was much better. We were able to pull in and get leveled relatively easily, even in the pitch-black. The site was very spacious, close to the bath house, and had a really nice view of Walker Pond through the surrounding trees. Again, we were only here for a quick overnight stop on the way home from Maine, but from what little we saw, this seemed like a nice little state park. Most sites were heavily wooded, and the pond is very pretty. Staff was also very friendly and helpful. Bath houses, were ok: roomy, well-lit, but quite old and a bit smelly. Don't think they are cleaned very often. Overall, this seemed to be a decent campground, and I wouldn't have a problem stopping overnight again if I'm traveling in the area. I would, however, opt for a pull-through site right off the bat! - Jenventola
Sites: 120 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
May 2013 - $60.00
My family and I stayed here for the first time and the last time over the past Memorial Day weekend. The management was not helpful at all. When we had a problem getting our trailer level upon arrival, we were told someone would be by to help, and not one worker showed up. We were also placed so close to a fellow camper that we felt we had no privacy at all; all of the RV's are packed in too close quarters. The roads are made of dirt, and trash is not picked up. We were also kept up at night because of rowdy night time noise; people playing music too loud and others being too loud outside their RV. Not one grounds keeper came over to ask people to quiet down. I have been camping for many years, and this is one campground I will never go back to. - cnms248
Nov 2012 - $50.00
Kings is the perfect family camping experience because they are welcoming, helpful, and share years of their knowledge. They are clean, safe, and have a variety of activities for all ages all summer long. - Tracy2013
Sep 2010 - $50.00
We came here for Labor Day. It is mostly seasonal, and a small campground. When I saw how small and how many seasonals, about 99%, I thought we were in trouble. But I was wrong. The people were all very nice and helpful. The way the sites are set up you can be awning to awning with your friends. We had 3 trailers together and we were in a circle all together awning to awning. We loved it. They don't bother you about anything. They don't make you put your fire out at 11pm. They have a lot of activities going on. Talent contest, DJ, bingo, kids might be bored but the adults had plenty to do. The campsites and campground was very clean and the seasonal sites were kept up very nice. Beautiful lake. Paddle boat, and canoe rentals. The only thing is they offer WiFi but we couldn't get it, all the codes were taken up. They said the office where they get the codes from closed early because of the hurricane. We did get a lot of rain on Friday and winds on Saturday and Sunday. Overall we liked it so much that we booked it for next year. I only gave it a 6 because it was a small campground and no pool. The store is very limited too. We went to another campground down the road and used their store. Kings campground store didn't have propane cylinders, or holding tank chemicals? What camp store doesn't carry that stuff? We went to the Woodstock fair and other friends found hiking trails near by. - meister