1 Park near Foxboro, Massachusetts
May 2016 - $75.00
Still the Premier Campground in New England. Very clean, very friendly and great activities. We enjoyed the indoor pool and the snack bar. My son took part in many activities. Plenty of staff and all that we talked to were great. Checkout the website to see all that they offer. Well worth the visit. If there is a negative it is the slow wifi, they do offer an upgrade service but it isn't much better. - Happy Camper X2
Nov 2015 - $55.00
Was very nice CG Clean sites friendly staff will stay again.
This campground has winter camping so we thought we would give them a visit. The campground is laid out well and easy to navigate. Our site was in close proximity to our neighbors so we weren't expecting much privacy during our stay. We don't have any pets and had to listen to other dogs barking late at night. Other than that our visit was pleasant. - Captain Dave
Oct 2015 - $55.00
Normandy Farms is probably the best family park we have ever been camping. It is huge, spread over rolling hills with all types of campsites. We stayed in mid October and it was the their first "Halloween Family Weekend" with prizes for best adult costumes, kids costumes, decorated site, etc. They had bingo, a haunted house, games, scary movies, etc. Amenities were endless and included an elaborate bike ramp park, soccer field, two softball fields, 18-hole Frisbee golf, pool, fishing pond and playgrounds. The sites were good size, fairly level and contained two sewer hook-ups, one at the rear of the site and one in the center; very nice. The camp office is manned by four individuals and is open from 9:00AM - 9:00PM. Staff members seemed to be easy to find, very helpful and cordial. The bathrooms were extremely clean with a step down into the shower. All water stayed in the shower and you stepped up to the dry space to dress. The paper handout given with map of the campground was very thorough with lists of local businesses (barber, hospitals, car repair, dining, delivery or takeout, etc). We planned a few trips into Boston from the campground. There is a commuter train just 10 minutes away in Mansfield. There are also subway stations: Quincy Adams Station and Riverside about 30 minutes drive. We used Quincy Adams over the weekend since traffic would be lighter but on weekdays we used the Mansfield commuter train. This was the fastest option but parking is a real challenge here and very confusing with poor signage. Allow extra time for your first trip so you can figure out parking and walk to the station. There will be steps to negotiate unless you have a handicap placard. We would definitely stay here again if in the Boston area. - Lucy's Friend