Very conveniently located close to Hiway 95 but not ON Hiway495! This appears to be an old park. It is styled as an Old West Village. However, as you enter the park, one of the first things you see , to the left, a lot full of old rusty equipment and very old RVs. Cannot understand why a fence is not built in front to hide this miserable site. Definitely does not give a good first impression. Bathhouses were so old I only peeked in. Laundry room is very small. Load of laundry cost $4.00 with large washers and driers that worked very well. All the roads in this part of the North East are rough and potholed and so are the lanes within this park. Relatively close to Boston. There is a commuter bus to the end of the subway line into and out of Boston but only a few times and only during the rush hours. About a 45-60 minute drive to the end of the line. Virtually no parking at the rail station. You have to find parking on residential streets that could be a mile or two uphill. Ride into Boston is easy and safe. Lots of restaurants and shopping close by. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $55.00
The Circle CG Campground is in a great location. It is close to major highways in central Massachusetts. We were there at the beginning of fall foliage season, and this campground which is heavily wooded is perfect. Only criticism I have is the attitude of the people who run the office. They were rude and extremely unhelpful, and when I asked for the rectification of an error that they made, the office attendant told me that she had issue with irate customers. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Travel Trailer.
The entrance is a little hard to see at night. The interior gravel roads need repairs. No hot water in the laundry. Has a nice pond toward the back but needs some cleaning up. Sites # 84 A, 84,86, 97,& 98 all face the dumpsters and the dump station. Site # 96 sits right by it. Was not a nice smell. The manager was very short and rude. It is a older campground with a little TLC it could be very nice. Would stay here again, but would definitely ask for a better site. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $45.00
Nice campground, and a large one. We were on the upper part in the nice sunshine. The lower part was in a nice wooded area, would be a good place to escape the heat. Very much a family orientated park, we were there after Labor Day, so it was quiet. Nice place to stay will definitely stay again when in the area We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $45.00
Overpriced and crowded, verging on seedy. My conclusion is that the country western theme was adopted to cover up the lack of maintenance. Staff is less than friendly or helpful. Most sites are seasonal, very few available for transient. I am not sure where the 50 amp sites are, we ended up with 30; we carry several different sized sewer connectors, none of which fit, and we have never seen a water connector like this...the neighbor that showed us how it works said he had never seen one before either. Many, many many kids, lots of traffic and noise. Cable was snowy, and even though our site was open, could not get satellite. Park should not advertise having WiFi, connection was nearly impossible. Would not stay here again. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $45.00
Pull through sites at the front of the campground are level gravel surrounded by grass. Most are fine, but ours did not have room for the picnic table on the curb side. Bathrooms were clean. Mosquitoes were bad in the wooded part in the back of the campground with some 'tired' looking seasonal. For us, the location to visit family for a last minute weekend stay was fine. Is OK for one or two nights. We camped here in a fifth wheel. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
We spent 4 nights in the campground. It was clean,quiet and the staff was friendly. There were some mosquitoes but not enough to prevent one from enjoying sitting outside. Hookups were fine. Only problem was the access roads. We stayed in the back of the park and the roads in were narrow and winding. Going in we scraped a tree and going out, did it again. I recommended that they take out the trees on the corners of the turns if they expect people with big rigs to access the back of the park. If you have a large rig, either arrive early enough so you don't have to wind around the parked cars at other sites or else stay in one of the pull-thrus at the front of the park. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $45.00
We arrived on a Tuesday. As others have posted, the woman behind the desk didn't seem very friendly, I almost felt like I was bothering her if I asked questions. The store is nice, but very small. They offer a small amount of supplies and groceries. Grounds are relatively clean, paved out front, gravel towards the back. Was a little hard trying to figure out exactly where our site was, poor markings and ours we had to back down a small hill into the site which backed up to a pond. There was a telephone pole right in the middle of our site. Site was all grass. The water hook-up was rather challenging. Never saw a faucet like that before. After we got settled, there weren't many people around. I think we had the only children there. No play ground. Pool was mostly in the shade. Petting zoo was rather outdated and was only home to 2 donkeys and a pony. Seemed like a mostly older crowd. The grounds staff were pretty friendly. My propane tank had an air pocket so they bled it and topped it off and refunded my money. The firewood was delivered to my site, although it didn't seemed "seasoned". If your looking for an overnight stay or a really really quiet place, here it is. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Convenient location, quiet, well kept, some seasonal sites toward the back. We had a nice shady site in pine trees which accommodated our 36 footer with room for our toad in front. They were having mosquito problems while we here, but were spraying weekly. Cable TV was a little fuzzy at our site. We would stay again. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
Close to town for shopping, restaurants, etc. Roads are paved, sites are large with room between. Water as good, power was low, and cell (AT&T) was weak. Not far from commuter train to Boston. Mosquitoes were bad. We would recommend. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $50.00
We did not have any problems. We stayed for 5 nights. The campground had many activities, but we did not use any. It was clean and very nice, and the staff was very helpful. In fact, we camped with another couple in a motorhome and the hitch broke from their towing vehicle. There was a man who worked at the campground who drove to another town to get another hitch and put it on for them. He was able to order the part and get it the next day. He was a lifesaver. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Not many choices in the immediate area and the pricing tends to reflect that. The campground itself is nice and not as expensive as Normandy Farms. The office staff could be a little more friendly. Because of the train to Boston being close it is a great location to use for sightseeing. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
Convenient to Boston area. We were here a month plus to see family and medical stuff. Nice sites, mostly shaded. Plenty of mosquitos. Low voltage on hot days; Wi-Fi good when it worked, about 75% of time. Occasional low water pressure and slow sewer. Roads paved, but narrow. Not many choices in the area so would stay here again. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Motorhome.
This park seems old and tired, not "big rig" friendly. It has only a few 50amp sites and water pressure was only 20 PSI. Restrooms were not very clean. There are a lot of seasonal/full-time units and traffic at all hours. Live music on Saturday night was extremely loud (and bad). Only good thing was the pool. Would not stay here again if there is anything else available. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We loved this place! It was immaculate. We were there a little early in the season so it was very quiet. We had a lovely campsite (#69) which was in a shady spot, in the front - we could walk easily to all the amenities. We opted for sewer, which was $5 additional, but with our AAA disc - we received $5 credit back. Our site had a campfire set up, stocked with nice dry wood to use - we had a lovely fire and toasted marshmallows in the evening. While I agree with other reviews that the office staff wouldn't win any Miss Congeniality awards, they were fine. I can't find anything really critical about this campground and would highly recommend. We camped at Circle CG Farm Campground in a Travel Trailer.