28 Parks near Brookfield, Massachusetts
May 2014 - $18.00
Park is a basic as you can get with no hookups, hence why I only stay here in a tent and not in my trailer. The bathrooms are older and small - I wouldn't shower in them but for restroom use they are fine. Site on the lake was very nice, plenty of space and plenty of privacy. I do recommend that if you go to plan ahead and look at the map closely. Most sites are large and have plenty of space however there are a few tiny sites that are low lying and are close to stagnant water. Overall it's a nice park and I will be back, I go here often. - A Chevalier
Jul 2012 - $15.00
When I booked the site on line, it was described as a pull-through and rated for up to 35' TT. Luckily, the grounds people saw me scoping out the site, and recommended that I not pull in, as I would only have to back out. Boy were they correct! Two of them helped me to back in, and I definitely could not have done it without them. We stayed six nights here, which was 3 nights too many. My daughters were attending a day camp at Old Sturbridge Village, and this was the closes CG to Sturbridge (for a reasonable price). However, the showers were just atrocious, and would make it very difficult to stay here again. There were a ton of mosquito's, so hiking wasn't enjoyable, and the lake was a bit smelly, so not very refreshing. On the way home, we tried to do an overnight at the local Walmart, but the police kicked us out. Apparently the town has an ordinance that prohibits overnight parking. I know this last piece of information is not about the CG, but hope you leave it in, as would have been SOOOO helpful for me to have known this ahead of time. Hope I can save someone else the headache of finding a CG in the dark as we were forced to do. - rvmamabel
Jul 2012 - $12.00
Just a couple of miles off the Mass Pike (Interstate 90) this state park offers a quiet setting on Walker Pond. The wooded surroundings give way to a number of hiking trails. The place is well kept up, restrooms clean, paved and gravel roads for easy access, friendly staff. The grounds are well taken care of. Will return! - RonMill
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Just needed place for overnight stop. Park appears to be still under construction with many areas with rough road and partially completed grading. Grass area was OK but sites were not level. Luckily we were mid week so many sites to choose from so we could move around to get to a level site. Rough gravel roads. Buildings still under construction. OK but rough unfinished look. Overpriced for condition of facilities. - Tireman9
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Very rough roads entering sites. We had a grassy site and it was very soggy after rains. Site was pretty much level. Did not use facilities so unsure of them. Paid for internet usage and it was for nothing. Do not waste your money !! - Trucker 2
Oct 2012 - $30.00
This campground needs a lot of help. At least the check-in was friendly and efficient. Interior roads are rough, signage is inadequate, and some sites have utility problems. Equipment and junk are scattered around the campground. Due to heavy rain, the grassy sites were somewhat boggy in spite of fairly good drainage so leveling was a bit challenging. Wi-Fi didn't work. If in the area again, I would try very hard to find another overnight campground. Sadly, the Brimfield area is still showing the effects of the 2011 tornado. - Scott & Nancy
May 2015 - $1.00
This campground is under new ownership and management. It is a private, members only campground and the newest member addition to the growing list of ARA resorts. Although in pre-development they do allow camping at no charge for members. Staff I is professional and friendly. Sites have true 30 & 50 Amp service; many are full hook-up and all have cable. - Happy Motorhomers
Oct 2014 - $0.00
Park is now a private, members only facility affiliated with Adventure Resort of America. Park is being renovated and developed to meet Resorts of Distinction standards. Full hook-up sites are available and many are big rig friendly. - Happy Motorhomers
Aug 2014 - $1.00
The good; has a dozen big rig sites with 50 amp, W & S and cable and another dozen sites for small campers with 30 amp & water, no sewer and right on a lake cove. Pool, rec room and playground. Good Verizon cell & 4G signals. The bad; very high percentage of sites are park models or very long term campers, some nice, but many junky and overgrown. The traveler sites are all back in, wide and short, my 36 ft fiver hung over the back with the hitch at edge of road. We asked for satellite site and were escorted to a site. After all set up found no signal, was told by employee to move to another site and tell the office in the morning, I moved. In the morning I was told by the office that site was privately owned and I had to move again. That site was not marked but I could use the equally unlevel and overgrown sites on either side. All three sites off level by up to 4 inches. Park has changed ownership and name change to Adventure Resorts of America, but not the signs at the entrance. The ROD web site lists the new name but not the old name, PA and this review web site lists the old name and not the new name. Drove past the entrance twice looking for the new name. Wi-fi signal only at office. Park not well maintained, run down and unprofessional, the brochure was a hand full of bad copies. The staff was OK but had an “I don’t care attitude”. The grounds and sites were weedy and the pool was more green than clear. All this during peak season. Would not stay there again even for the ROD rate. - Pepper Dan
Sep 2015 - $1.00
Price reflects ROD membership. Campground was very easy to find. There still had weekend activities (potluck, etc.) even late in the season. The pool was open but very cold. They had a playground and other outside activities. This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they can manage big rigs; but only a few of the sites will work for large RVs. Very tight getting into site-but it was workable. It was nice they had a parking area for the truck and the jeep, so we didn't need to keep those on our site. Gravel roads through the campground. Sites are level. Each site had a picnic table and fire ring. Good Verizon coverage. Spotty DirecTV satellite. Nice little campground. I would stay here again; just make sure to understand campground size; but no hesitations otherwise. - GLPColorado
Jun 2016 - $72.00
We stayed here for only one night. We paid $72 for the night and for 50 amps. When we arrived they stayed they didn't have any 50 amp sites left. After we explained the reservation was made over a year ago they found adapters which they claimed converted to 50 but it wasn't the case. The property is very run down and not easy to navigate for a 42 foot fifth wheel being pulled. The site was a mess with trash too. The bathroom was covered with pee as well. The property had so much potential but it doesn't seem like any money is being put into upkeep. We have stayed at a Jellystone in two other states prior and had much better experiences. Don't waste your money here. - DianaFL
Sep 2015 - $54.00
I recently stayed at Jellystone Park in Sturbridge. I read the reviews, but always like to see for myself plus it is close to home. I have to tell you, we had a terrific time. We had a beautiful spot on the lake. It was quiet and the kids still talk about the young man with red hair doing activities. We have already made October reservations. Restrooms and facilities were clean. Things were a bit dusty, but there are Water Ban signs all over town. Its understandable. Keep up the good work. - CrazyCamper2
Jul 2015 - $38.00
We were disappointed. The staff were terrible. Inappropriate conversations while children were around. Bored, loud, abrupt. Bingo one night in the rain. So instead of moving it inside they kept it out side and gave us rolls of paper towels to dry off the tables and chairs. A decent selection of things for the kids to do but costly extra. Laundry and restrooms were clean although half the machines were out of order. Many run down fulltime sites. I would never stay again. - kiwitravelers
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Tight, piggy back sites. No lawn care. Weeds everywhere. Sharp turn into park, and tight backing in. The fire ring for our site had garbage in it, under our picnic table. Not worth staying here, the other park is 100% better. - Lin and Rich
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Entry gate, you call ranger on a two way radio for entry and then it is downhill and sharp hairpin left turn into campground. Spaces in open area are very tight, mostly dirt, forget trying to open your awning. Our neighbor had theirs open on our arrival and our slide almost hit it. Spaces so close so you can hear every word your neighbor says, you basically have 6 feet to each side and 1 foot to the rear. Spaces in open area are about 50-60 feet long and they tried to put two 38 foot motorhomes back to back in a single 60 ft site. Tow vehicle had to be parked in separate area and with rear neighbor you had to walk around and through the mud, since it had rained. Unlike many others, we were not allowed to pick our site, we were shown to our site. One of the worse setups I have ever seen, an opinion many others arriving shared.
Bathrooms are old but appear clean, but did not use. The pool and spa area looked clean, but again did not use. There is a small store, arcade, and dining room for activities.
This camp has certainly given us an answer to purchasing a Thousand Trails membership and that is NO. This is the third Thousand Trails we have stayed at on our cross country trip and will never book with Thousand Trails again. They have no problem taking your money, but it is certainly not used for maintenance. Original booking was for two nights, we left after one.
Hookups were good, although we were instructed to use the incorrect box so we had to change when our rear neighbor arrived. - which2
Apr 2016 - $19.00
Very small and tight spaces with no room for slides or awnings to be put out unless within a foot - maybe two of the other camper. Good hook-ups and seem new with 30-50 amp. WiFi is $6.00 per day and limited to a short time for checking email. Real nice pool and hot tub inside, nice store and pond area. - morgan10
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
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We spent two nights here just as the park was closing for the winter. Services were being shut-down, but the owners welcomed us and were very helpful. It is a lovely site along a quiet, country road in rural Mass. It has lots of facilities and looks like a real "family-friendly" campground.
Old Sturbridge Village is next door. - george r
Aug 2015 - $34.00
Level grassy, wide-open site, good electricity and water. A little farther from Old Sturbridge Village than we thought. - Upstater
Jun 2015 - $40.00
The comments below are taken from a posting years ago but reflect current conditions very well. In fact most of the 16 previous posts are generally accurate. I feel the last postings from 2013 have a bit of negativity this facility does not deserve. It is a very nice place to stay. We observed large rallies in the safari area while here and they seemed to have a great time.
We stayed in Oak Haven for a month while in Massachusetts. We found Oak Haven's staff and owners to be very friendly and very accommodating. We were in the seasonal area of the park instead of in the sunny wide open grassy field area. The pool was the cleanest I have ever seen. The plantings were eye appealing. The grounds were well manicured. The roads were narrow with dirt and gravel surface and they kept washing out with all of the rain, but they were quickly repaired. There were many seasonals but all of them were friendly and helpful. I will stay here again next time we are in the area. - User2564
Sep 2016 - $41.00
We came to the area to visit the Brimfield Outdoor Antique and Flea Market nearby. Beautiful area.
We had a nice long pull-thru, roomy enough for our 42' motorhome and tow car. Great drainage, it rained our first night, hard and long, yet the ground was dry in the morning.
Keep in mind there's not much shopping or places to eat in the immediate area. Wifi was very slow. Utilities all worked well. - ScottV
Aug 2016 - $42.00
This is an older park, laid out in a seemingly haphazard manner, not necessarily a bad thing, as the sites seemed more spread out than the norm. We were in a pull-through, but had lots of space around us, and so did most of the other sites we saw. The interior roads are rough, perhaps to keep everybody's speed down to 5 mph? The country roads leading up to the campground are very winding and dark at night! Our only real negative comment is that on Saturday night the campground had a big party and blocked off one of the roads within the campground. We returned on a dark and rainy night and got a little lost driving back to our site! No big deal, but it was a bit frustrating. Our site was hard packed gravel and very level. We were shaded by tall trees most of the day. We would come back here again. - dbcordello
Jun 2016 - $36.00
Well maintained, clean, quiet campground. The majority of the sites are seasonal, beautifully landscaped and treed. Sites for transients are graveled, level, near bathrooms, with less shade and mostly pull-thrus. Bathrooms were immaculate; showers were coin-operated. No cable or OTA television. Wi-Fi did not reach to our site but our Verizon hot-spot worked fine. Laundry room was small but well equipped with four high efficiency washers and three dryers, one of which was larger commercial size. LOTS of children's activities, including one of the largest playgrounds I've seen in a campground this size - with soft sand for ground cover. Swimming pool was pristine. There is man-made swimming/fishing pond with a center aeration fountain surrounded by sandy beaches and some shade and seating. - Mom_of_Two