34 RV Parks near Uncasville, Connecticut
Aug 2017 - $1.00
The parking area, Turtle Lot RV, is for RV's only. There are signs pointing the way. Over sized vehicles have a separate lot. We kept to the far side of the lot away from the river and had plenty of space. The river side of the lot gets a bit tight at times. The lot has a bit of grade, but plenty of spots are close enough for the jacks to do the rest. OTA TV was ION type stations only. - Bob and Inga
Mar 2017 - $1.00
I have stayed at the Mohegan Sun RV Lot a handful of times now. It serves a great purpose for transient campers looking to use their camper as an affordable way to hit the casinos! There is no cost for the use of the lot, and the views are great overlooking the river. Mohegan Sun provides security guards who occasionally patrol the lot (day and night) along with a shuttle service that will come pick you up from the covered bus stop location in the lot. The shuttle runs approximately every 15-20 minutes making things very convenient. There are no hookups (water, sewer, electric) as it really is JUST an open lot. Spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis. Even without hookups, this spot serves as a great, affordable, and fun way to visit the casino. If you are interested in visiting, download and fill out the form on the Mohegan Sun website (the security guard will come collect it once you arrive, and give you a pass to put in your window.) Highly recommended! - Ripley21
Sep 2016 - $1.00
This is a parking area for RVs for those visiting the Casino. It was easy to get to and the security was great. Parking lot is not level so it took a bit of manual levelling, but we had a view of the Thames river. There are no services available, but there also is no charge. If you can boondock for a few days, this is a perfect location! - Linda604
May 2012 - $46.00
Very accommodating owner, easy access to grocery store and interstate. They also had a store that could meet your basic needs as well as a grill/kitchen. There were several seasonal people on site, that wasn't a drawback. They were very friendly as well as helpful. It was like a small community. It was Memorial Day weekend and there were a lot of primitive campers so the owners put us with the seasonal folks. Some of the sites were not completely level...you can make them work. The sites were also large and shady. I would stay again. - kenbarbie
Oct 2011 - $40.00
Let me first share the good about this park. It is located on Gardner Lake. The lake offers good fishing, and anything else you can do on the lake. They put down new decking on their docks. Now the bad. The ownership/management only wants your money. They lack business savvy social skills and at time make you feel like you are an inconvenience. As a seasonal camper you are charged for everything. 3 grand for the season. $100 extra if you bring one kayak or $3 per day to launch from their property. The roads are dirt, making park very dusty. The bath houses are gross with spider/cob webs everywhere. Only 3 of the cabins are usable, the rest are condemned. I have not been in one, but looking in they are nasty. The snack bar food is okay but too expensive. The rec hall is filthy, the boat house is run down, the beach is a joke and run down, the sidewalks are all broken up and are a major hazard. (Law suit in the making). The paved areas of the road are also busted up pretty badly. The basket ball court is gravel and there are very limited activities. The ones on the schedule, only about 1/2 are actually done. This is mostly a seasonal place but the ownership/management does not been care about its residents which reflects in the number that have left. They do not have the passion of a normal campground owners and no pride in their facility. If your interest is a place to park and want nothing from the facility, this is a good place. If you are looking for a fun, activity based, safe, clean, and cared for place: you WON'T find it here. Connecticut State Parks offer more for your money. - trooper889
May 2011 - $35.00
Check in was easy and that's about it. They share Gardnerlake withe the state. Swimming area is a joke, activities are poor, we were placed next to a bunch of drunk seasonals that wouldn't stop until 2:30 in the morning. I told the owners the next day but they didn't seem to care much, they talked to them, then pointed out I was the one that complained. One group apologized, that afternoon, the other did not, and it continued that night. If you want to get drunk all weekend, this place is for you. Not recommended for families, looking for relaxation from it all. - avidcamper123
Aug 2016 - $79.00
I am living in a 43' 5'er with a 16' garage - big haul. A word of warning to big riggers, The gate to this place took a bite out of my hydraulics door and some of the framing on the driver's side. I had to get close enough to reach the sensor, but I "bone headed" it pulling through by not jogging right or backing up and coming at it straight on.
My suggestion is, either drive through the exit side of the gate or request at the office that they open the gate for you while you get your rig in.
My suggestion to the park; RV's have gotten bigger. Adjust your gate to accommodate or provide an office controlled alternate entrance. I have about $2000 worth of damages I must repair. Yes I was partially to blame, but you the park hosts are culpable too. - solo_john
Aug 2016 - $79.00
We have been to this park many times over the past several years and were very disappointed this year with the site conditions. The site we were on was never cleaned before our arrival, and it looked like it may have been that way for the past few campers. There were cigarette buts bottle caps and trash in the fire ring. The grass (weeds) had not been cut or any trimming done in awhile or any raking of the site. We have seen a decline in the maintenance just from last year. We understand it has been dry and the grass has dried up but the weeds haven't, that is no excuse for not trimming.
Our picnic table was missing, we found it on the next site over that our friends were on, so we left it there. This should have been found by staff if they had properly checked the site prior to our arrival.
We never saw any staff out and about around the campground all the time we were there (5 days). It was just an overall disappointment this time. However the campground is in a very good location for visiting the CT shore. Hope they can get their act together because this park has been better than what we found this time. - Dick C
Aug 2016 - $69.00
We had not visited this park in about 8 years. We stay here when visiting friends that live in the area. Despite the addition of a (very small) pool and pavilion, this place has gone downhill since our last visit. Two out of three dumpsters were full when we arrived on Tuesday, were never emptied, and were well beyond overflowing when we left on Sunday. No excuse for this. Many branches in need of trimming, on sites and in roadways. Although it has been dry and grass is not really growing, the weeds certainly are! A quick ride through on the mower would take care of this and make the sites look a lot nicer. Security gate was broken/wide open for our entire stay. Digital cable converter boxes are available at the office with a 40 dollar deposit. WiFi was very weak. Interior roads are very dusty. They advertise a midweek special (3 nights for 100 dollars) on their website, I had to ask twice to take advantage of this. Sign out front says Luxury RV Resort, award winning in 2001 and 2005. With some effort on the part of the management, this park could get back to that. - Bisk5000
Jun 2017 - $58.00
Nice campground, hardly a "resort". Fairly level grass/dirt back-in sites. Full hookup 50 amp available, which we used. Nice pool and lake side swimming areas. Pretty well maintained and not too far from I-95. For the bad side: No signage from freeway, state road or city streets. Not even the entry. The total COMBINED IQ of the staff must be in low 100s. They are absolutely clueless about EVERYTHING. Can't check you in, can't get you to a site, can't give you a receipt, can't explain why there is no WiFi when promised etc., etc. We are easy to please, this is not sour grapes. Save yourself the headache and stay somewhere else. - teepee51
May 2017 - $58.00
Campground was not crowded on the weekend we were there. Staff were very pleasant and helpful. It was early in the season so the campground is getting up and running. Only negative is the road noise at the site we were in. The 50 amp full service sites back up next to a busy highway. - RobS80
Aug 2016 - $50.00
What a wonderful place. Love the fact that it's the exact opposite of one of those big flat paved parking lot cg's. The winding (and hilly) roads add so much charm. The "alphabet" section we were in (site B) has tiered, level, wide, wooded FHU sites. Everybody and everything here is geared for your pleasure. For once I'm not complaining about having ANY tv. Can't wait for the opportunity to go back. - campiflo
May 2010 - $35.00
Nice campground with friendly staff. This is a older park, great entrance road. We didn't camp much, were out all day most days. - FPguy
Aug 2008 - $40.00
I am writing this review and sadly I never got to stay at this campground. We came to visit and checked the place out in July. We were looking for someplace to seasonalize our camper for the rest of the year. The campground was nice, they had a game room for the kids and an "adult room" which smelled moldy and looked pretty run down. Their store was terrible but despite that, the place was in pretty good shape and would have done for the rest of the season, until we could get into someplace we loved next year. We talked to the woman behind the counter to see if she had any seasonal sites available at the time. she said they didn't have any that minute but the beginning of August she would have a lot opening up. She asked me to fill out a card with my info on it and she said she would be calling me the beginning of August with the available site numbers. Well, the beginning of August came and went. I called, they said they could not find the card I filled out and retook my info. I requested a call back that day and never got one. So I waited another week and called again. They said they don't have a card for me? So, I gave her the info again, and she said she would call me back. Well, I called again this week and what do you think they told me? They can't find my card! So, they tried to retake my information for the 4th time, but to tell you the truth if they can't keep track of a simple card, I don't think they can possibly run the rest of the campground. So decided I would rather have my camper parked in my driveway than at a campground that was run this inefficiently. - erin1129
Jun 2006 - $40.00
The campground needs the office and check in area upgraded, when we got there we went to check in and there is no computer system it is all done on little pieces of paper and then they take you to your site and your hookups where 40' away from your camper so they go back to office and some extension cords and hoses and come back and give them to you we also requested cable and when we got there the site we had did not have cable. The rec hall or barn needed to be cleaned it had bird droppings all over the place and there was a dog there that jumps on the pool tables and ping pong tables. The activitys never start on time. The seasonals are not the friendliest people in the world all they do is drive from site to site on golf carts. We will not be going back there anytime soon. - funtime
Jun 2017 - $45.00
When it rains outside, I expect a bit of a mess. What I don't expect is to be ankle-deep in mud to the point that I lost a shoe. I don't know about all the areas in this campground, but where we were in 107A, there was nothing but dirt that turned into mud. No gravel, no pavement. Our rig is covered in mud to the likes that I've never seen before. And inside was worse. I put down two bath mats to try and contain the mud but I still ended up on my hands and knees, scrubbing the floor. We've ended up in a campground in Maine that will allow us to wash the rig. It will take a pressure washer and heavy brush to get rid of this mud. In addition, the campground was filled with seasonals. I have no problem with seasonal campers. But I do have a problem when my view out my back window was a mobile home with a mattress and several pallets sitting out in the yard, along with other debris. Everywhere we looked was trashed. The campground is old but there is no excuse for this kind of disrepair. Not for the amount of money we were paying. Sorry, but fun activities for the kids don't make up for an old run down and dirty campground. We left four days early. This was truly the worst campground we've ever been at. The site was also not wide enough. Our slide out was against a tree. I got no help from staff. - Our Simple Life
Jul 2016 - $52.00
Very nice park with a lot of activities for the kids. Kept very clean. Not sure if your an adult without kids this is a great park for you, but if you have kids its a lot of fun. The outback section is nice and more private then the main area. - john55
Jun 2015 - $42.00
Family oriented CG with beautiful facilities. My site was right on the river because I camp in a VW Westfalia, and can use a tent site.
On site restaurant is very nice when you don't want to cook. We had torrential rain, and had to break camp with everything soaking wet.
The dance on Saturday night was too loud, and too frantic. Tone it down! - JudoJeff
May 2013 - $1.00
This is an update to our posting of last year. Since that time, Foxwoods has made changes to their RV parking area. Firsy, it is smaller now that the gas station and convenience stores have been built. These are actually a plus - since we could walk over and get coffee in the morning and gas up without leaving the grounds. That is the only good thing. The worst part is that they now allow buses in the RV area. This means that you are surrounded by buses running continuously with fumes and noise all day and night. It finally gets quiet at 6 am. We stayed for 2 nights like that and couldn't wait to get out of there. I tried to complain to their transportation department but my call got put thru to voicemail and of course, no one ever called me back. Foxwoods has been our preferred casino spot for over 17 years. But no more. I will not go back. Foxwoods is a joke in that area. What a disappoint with Foxwoods! - loringsontheroad
Apr 2012 - $1.00
Foxwoods is a great destination spot for an overnight or weekend of dry docking. The resort accommodates RVs of all sizes in a designated parking area, within walking distance of the casinos, although shuttles run 24/7. You will need to check in with security, as most casinos require. Although there is nothing particularly outstanding about their parking area, it is free, the security is good and the casinos offer a lot to do. We've been coming to Foxwoods for over 15 years, always staying at hotels, prior to getting our TT. It is so much nicer not having to rush to get out of the room in the morning; we can sleep in as long as we like now! - loringsontheroad
Sep 2017 - $46.00
Very clean park and staff very helpful. We will stay again when we're in the area. - BradBev
Aug 2017 - $55.00
We stayed 7 nights. Paid $384 total for an average of $54.86/night. No tax. Reservation process was easy. They collected a 50% deposit upfront with the balance due at check in. I can't swear to it but I believe I was told we would have full hook-ups. Come to find out they don't have sewer but offer free honey wagon service every three days (not on departure day). They also have a very accessible dump station. Check-in was fast and efficient. Allowed us to receive packages which we appreciated. Park wifi was hit or miss. Received DirecTV sat signal. Verizon cell and Verizon Mifi were weak but functional. There were a few quirky things about this park. First - the entrance has a somewhat narrow gate. They habitually park a golf cart in front of the office which prevents you from lining up straight to pass through the gate. Furthermore there is a planter just inside the gate on the right side that you risk hitting because you're angling to the right to avoid the golf cart. The planter is low to the ground so you can't see it. Argh. Second - one morning I was using their shower at approx 8:30am. A cleaning lady called out to me telling me she needed to clean and for me to go to the other bathhouse (during my shower?!). Third - we had significant power issues. It was warm (not crazy hot) and the park was somewhat full (weekend). We noticed our a/c stopped working. Fortunately we were home. We checked and saw our voltage was low. We called the office. A very nice gentleman came promptly and explained their power company only provides a certain power level and that was that. He suggested we remove our surge protector and that would solve the problem. Uh - No - Not an option. We have a cat and obviously won't leave the coach if there is a climate control issue. As such, we had to forfeit plans and stay home one day in order to monitor the situation. For $55/night that's frustrating and unacceptable. If we return to Mystic, we will look for another place to stay. - GottaGoNow
Aug 2017 - $46.00
Very nice Sun Communities cg with lots to do for families. There are some very well maintained permanent sites and rental units. While there are no fhu (which I was not told about when making the reservation) they do come to pump you out 2x in a weeks stay. There is plenty of room for a nice dog park but they don't have one. It's a shame as so many folks have dogs here of all sizes. One night there was a group of extremely noisy campers. I learned the next day that someone had called the after hours service who failed to call the manager. He was not happy with the after hours people but did deal with the campers asap. Would definitely stay again. - FT Travelers3
Aug 2017 - $70.00
Sites uneven and close together. Most seasonal, single wide trailers. Personnel unfriendly and some rude. Golf carts old and poorly maintained. No one enforces rules. Hard to find anything nice to say except it is located close to Foxwoods and Mystic. - ClaireWal
Sep 2016 - $90.00
This is an older park dominated by and catered to seasonal/owners. The staff is very friendly.
Our site was small and very close - but a walk revealed much better spots. The bathrooms are NOT cleaned regularly. They are spacious and designed well, just not clean at all, and were not cleaned the entire weekend. Site rules limiting campers per site are ignored. Fires and conversations go late into the night (no curfew enforced).
Plenty of activities, nice pavilion and rec hall (not used). Three pools, two hot tubs. Golf cart rental is nice, but reserve early. DJ on Saturday night and Bingo (daily) could be moved into the enclosed rec hall to cut down on noise.
The buildings are older, and smell musty or damp most of the time from age. I could not stay in the arcade - instant asthma trigger. Even in the camp store (very nice camp store!) the smell came from the air conditioning - needs service. - SHerzig
May 2016 - $45.00
Great location! Kids loved the area and were able to linkup with other children their age around the camp. Bathrooms were very clean as well as the property itself. Really enjoyed swimming and being able to have a quiet relaxing time with family and friends! Staff was extremely helpful and on demand to help as needed! Love it here. - Ronnied55
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Very clean park with good size sites. Large field with nice playground. Pool was nice as was lake for swimming. The camp store was also a hit with kids. The ice cream was awesome! Utilities worked great but in a bizarre place. Way up front.(site 10) They loaned us a cord, but we had to buy a hose..50' $30. - stanner17
Jun 2013 - $50.00
Great spot (#9), right on the lake so we could fish right from our site. Staff was super friendly, key card access, great country store and beach. Would have liked full sewer hookup at the site, but I understand being on the water gravity is working against you. Lots of activities for our boys, almost like a summer camp. Highly recommend going. Bring your kayak and fishing pole! - Pshaine
Aug 2010 - $45.00
Very expensive CG, especially with no sewer hook-up and marginal 30 amp electricity. Do have gray water hook-up. Always walk and check out your site before bringing a rig in. Very few are level enough or large enough for Big Rigs. Even 5th wheels need to do a lot of work to get level. Interior roads poorly maintained and become streams in heavy rain. Staff friendly and helpful, but always a struggle to get a site that works for 40' motor home. They don't allow you to reserve a specific site. Bathrooms and lake area extremely clean and neat. No cable TV, but can get local TV with antenna. Verizon cell and air card work well. Lots of activities in season. Some seasonal sites are not well maintained. Unfortunately not anything better in the area. - TravelingBaggs