1 Park near Humarock, Massachusetts
Humarock, Massachusetts (map) | (781) 837-6785
Sites: 11 | Latest Rate: $25.00 | 4 Reviews
Dec 2015 - $25.00
As mentioned above - the location and view are incredible. Especially for the price.
Staff is focused on dealing with large day-use visitor population. Campground is not their specialty.
We were assigned a spot on the upper section. The spot was great for our longish TT, but the closed portions of the loop road made it a challenge to get the rig turned at a hard 90 degree angle to get into the spot. We had to have someone move the closure barriers before we could get into the spot.
(Loop road for campground is closed due to erosion causing cliff bulkhead to collapse).
It is a nice campground in an incredible location, but like many military CGs, suffers from lack of maintenance and priority compared to other MWR activities. - PawPaw
Aug 2015 - $21.00
This is located at the end of a peninsula with a million-dollar view of the River and beaches of Scituate on the West and the Atlantic on the East. Geographically, it is half way between Plymouth and Boston. Utilities are good but the advertised cable connection requires a Cable Subscription. OTA picked up many Digital Channels, and we had good luck with our Tailgater antenna (set on the roof) picking up Dish.
Our complaint is Administration: The staff is friendly, but not knowledgeable when asked questions. They were not sure about any questions asked, and do not enforce Military ID requirements for day visitors, who clog the roads every day, even parking in spots clearly reserved for paying campers. Despite complaining to the manager twice (about the deplorable conditions of the bathrooms), only a token effort was made to clean things up, and obviously no follow-up was made.
Some of the perimeter road is closed and access to the Atlantic side is off limits due to beach erosion and collapsing of the cliffs. If checking in, stop at the side of the road just before the registration building to find out where you will be going, or you may be forced to back up with your toad (as I was). We would come back, and hopefully the administration will improve by the time we do. A plan is posted for eventual stabilization of the beaches, but time will tell if this will be accomplished. In fairness, it will be a large and expensive undertaking. - MoeStevens
Sep 2012 - $25.00
Beautiful area. We had a space right on the cliff, but be warned, spaces along cliff do not have 50 amp. Also, connections are spaced quite far apart. Electric and water are near the cliff, sewer is back near street. Need long connections for each. We were able to access Wi-Fi from the pavilion with range extenders. - vwbluestar