14 Parks near Bolton, Massachusetts
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bolton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bolton in the left hand column.
May 2006 - $0.00
This place looks like it has finally closed as suggested in a 2004 post. Although it was open last year, all rigs are cleaned off from the premises and the web site telephone number is "no longer in service". Make way for some condo's! - jdkd123
Oct 2016 - $32.00
We loved it here, one of the nicest, friendliest campgrounds we have stayed at. Makes you feel like you are really camping in the woods,. fire pit and all. About 30 minutes to the train station for commute to Boston. - John Hester
Oct 2016 - $58.00
We Just spent 1 night while traveling south from Ellsworth Maine. This park was easy to find, and easy to access. It is a beautiful, heavily wooded park. The trees adding privacy to every site and the feeling that we were truely out in the wilds. The interior roads were easy enough to negotiate, but it was very helpful that the staff led us to our site and helped us maneuver into it. - tweymouth
Oct 2016 - $42.00
What a beautiful campground. We weren't sure what to expect when driving through some of the industrial areas up to it. All the reviews had been good and they were right, a hidden gem.
Our site was easy to drive in & get ourselves levelled. Services easy to access. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jul 2009 - $12.00
Since this state campground is local for me, I was very pleasantly surprised how quiet and nice it was. There is a modern restroom with free showers and two older restrooms that were still clean. The campground sits on top of a hill from the swim area which can make it a hike for little campers. The swim area was a little muck on the bottom but my kids didn't mind. The pine trees offer good shade from the sun. There is also another state park nearby which honors the Pearl Hill camping pass for swimming. Willard Brook has a nicer swimming area but the water is a little colder. We stopped off at it on our way home. They also have camping but they only have one site that our travel trailer would fit on. We drove through it and the road through the campground is a little tight. We definitely would go back to Pearl Hill again and enjoyed our stay and it's really convenient in its location. - B. P. Donelan
Aug 2016 - $29.00
Because this Famcamp is located immediately next to an airfield, noise level is high during daylight hours. After sunset, the aircraft noise is normally not present.
Washer/dryers are available at $1/load. One dryer was out of service during our stay here. Power was stable during our stay. Pedestals are new and easy to hook up to.
Staff is friendly and helpful, furnishing information on how to travel to Boston and surrounding areas.
We stayed in one of the new sites which are in an open area with no tree cover. - Lakewood90
Jul 2016 - $23.00
We were able to get a shaded spot at this park, which was a huge help in the heat. It is right next to the airstrip and the kids loved watching the planes take off and come in, but it did mess with our wifi signal.
The park is convenient to Boston. There is so much to see and do, we could have spent 3 months here and not seen it all! - FrugalNavyWife
Sep 2015 - $23.00
Great hookups and foundation for campers but sites are so small that slides nearly touch neighboring campers. In other words sites are way too small. Good for a last resort in the winter. - camper36687
Sep 2015 - $24.00
This campground has large sites; however, restroom and laundry are treble and seldom functional. Employees act like watchdogs treat campers terrible. You can expect to go to the office every day to beg for icons to get through the gate to your camper if you're lucky enough to be going in when the office is open.Don't expect to be treated as a customer. Customers are treated more like bothersome beggars. - camper36687
Sep 2009 - $24.00
I was the only one there and there is a reason. Run down, restroom a 10 minute walk away. Owners nice enough but not the brightest bulb on the tree. If you like solitude and a depressing atmosphere this is the place. They do have a lot of seasonals so a summer visit might be brighter. - burt
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This park is very convenient to the Nashua, NH and Lowell, MA areas. It is a small park on a beautiful lake, and primarily caters to long term residents. The park offers few amenities, but the rates are very reasonable. Comcast cable and phone service is available on every site. The park is closely monitored by the owner via video cameras, and it is not unusual for the operators of the part to come out and meet incoming campers without being prompted. No pool, showers, or Wi-Fi is provided, but if you need a decently priced campground for a long term stay in this area, this park stands out. - tricotec
Jul 2012 - $39.00
Definitely a seasonal camper park. Pool was clean, bathrooms clean, but obvious most folks are here all the time and they like to police the "short-timers." Take our advice and get the tokens to get in and out of the campground as no one is usually around to assist with the gate. Camp store is barely stocked with anything. It is very close to Erving State park. No cell service. 20 minutes to the nearest store or anything. Glad we only stayed here one night. - mskalar
Jun 2008 - $34.00
This campground is in the rebuilding stages as the current owners has owned it for a year and a half. Talking with some of the seasonals, the owners are making it a much nicer place than what it was. There were a lot of kids for my kids to play with. The playground was easily viewable from our site so that we could keep an eye on them. It was a slow weekend and we got one of their best sites (#S10). The pool was nice and there are strict rules on it's use. Tent sites looked nice under the pine trees. I would go here again. - B. P. Donelan
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Very sandy site - tough to level rig. Our site was right across from playground for the kids - very noisy during the day. Bathrooms have a weird latch system to turn on the lights. Didn't use the shower. Park looked a little "tired". Interior roads were extremely uneven and full of ruts.
We stayed 3 nights so we could visit Boston, in August, in the heat! Phew!
Nothing really wrong with the park but I think I would look elsewhere next time.
Staff pleasant and helpful. - DCM/JMB
May 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful location in the forest. Our site backed up to a small creek. This park has that real camp feeling, not that side by side parking lot. Real peaceful and quiet. Staff is the best, great friendly service. - Jimmytheshoe
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Talk about a rural location. Very hilly and sandy. Nice playground for the kids. Bathrooms are made of plywood and MFD, doors have funky latch system to turn on the lights. Showers are big, but there are no curtains so all your stuff gets wet. Showers are coin operated, but we did get good hot water for a decent amount of time for the $1. Beautiful fire pits made from the stones, not your boring tire ring pit. Full hookups. Seasonals there are pretty old and sorta run down. Owner was very nice and came to talk to us and make sure everything was alright. They had a pool but it was too cold for our liking to use it. We were just passing through and it did the job. - sbrigga315
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Sites were typical of an older private campground, a little tight depending on whochre site you get. The ones that back up to the woods were really large and nice, but these seemed to be occupied by seasonal campers. - mtn_bikers
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We stayed at Field and Stream to visit friends nearby. It is well located with access to Nashua to the east and Peterborough to the west. Route 101 is a few miles to the north. The park was exceptionally quiet, clean and friendly. The owners were always ready to help in any way. In fact, because some of the sites are a bit tight, they offered the "valet" parking of our trailer. Nice touch. This is a good spot for adults as there is not much to offer for kids. We would definitely stay here again. - SchnoodleCamp
Sep 2015 - $43.00
The campground was nice site 40 was perfect length for our coach. After check-in we never needed any contact with the front office. I'm sure they would have taken care of any problems if we had any. The site was level and on black top. The interior roads were gravel The night before we got there, there had been a big storm while we were there they were actively filling pot holes and leveling. Good things. - Tour n
Aug 2016 - $69.00
Pine Acres is a beautiful campground. It's very clean and the sites are wooded and certainly big enough for our 36 ft with slides. They always ask to make sure they give you a large enough site. The roads are all paved and great for bike riding. They have a great store and snack bar. They also have many activities for everyone to enjoy. Don't hesitate to stay there Spring, Summer or Fall. - Meemee00
Aug 2015 - $48.00
This park is not near any major roads and it takes awhile to get to it with many turns, low trees and narrow roads. At the entrance gate we were handed a packet of information and a map - no escort to our site but it was fairly easy to find. It was up on a mound so leveling was a bit difficult and it was about 4 ft higher than the road on either end - very close to trees but we were able to get our 3 slides out although into tree branches on one side. This is basically a family resort-style camp with lots of things for kids and families. We did enjoy the hot tub and the adults only swim time between 7-9 p.m. There are a LOT of unsupervised kids on bikes; on at least two occasions we had to stop on the way out while some kid got his remote controlled car off the road. It is advertised as having wifi and we asked when we booked how it was and were told it was good. We were NOT told you had to pay for it and it is the infamously horrible TENGO. We ended up using our AT&T hot spot. Most annoying is the location of the trash bins - on the map it shows dumpsters at the entrance/exit so we put our trash bag on the back of the truck cover on our way out - no dumpster in sight. So we put the trash inside for our brief trip into town. On our return we showed the gate keeper the map and asked where the dumpster was at the location on the map. He said "we moved it." He was very sarcastic when we said they should note that on the maps. The only dumpsters were near the dog park surrounded by mud and overflowing. Several people, not wanting to walk through mud, had just left the trash nearby. Had we not been driving this would have been a very long walk and we were closer than many campsites. Quiet time is between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. but we were woken up around 7 a.m. with the park maintenance tractors and golf carts around our site, which was near the clubhouse - perhaps a site not so near a central social area would have been quieter. - Catsinatrailer
Aug 2015 - $80.00
This park is excellent for families. We had our grandchildren visit us and there was plenty to keep them all busy (ages 3 to 11). The sites are all placed to give you maximum privacy. They are mostly wooded and tight to get parked but still enough space around the camper to be comfortable. The pool is great for kids but kind of small for adults and they could use some umbrellas because there is full sun most of the day. The WiFi was really not much use. We had lots of trouble getting on and if you could get on you were limited to 1 free hour per day. You had to pay for any additional time. Over all we loved the campground and would come back in the future. - John Borajkiewicz