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Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $32.00
We stayed here for 4 nights over the 4th of July holiday. Our intention was to use the campground as a base camp due to the location in the Berkshires. Old campground, lots of old seasonal trailers in disrepair, outdated facilities, no kids’ activities and understaffed owners. Pros; sites were large, wooded and level. Electric was good and we ran our AC the entire time. Fire-pit was large but did not get a chance to use it. No sewer connection but there was a grey water dry well at each site. Pool water was clean. Verizon cell reception was good. Cost was reasonable at $32. Cons; main roads were washed out and had 3’ deep gullies where you could break an axle if you went into one of these, bathrooms were outdated but useable. Entrance road to campground was a single lane dirt road, very dangerous. No sewer at the site. Rec room was outdated by 20 year, no kids’ activities at all. Camp store only had a few items on the shelves. Pool area had weeds that were 4’ tall and maintenance of the pool area was poor. Mosquitoes were unbearable. Staff was rude and talked about insurance regulations the entire time but yet they had a 20’ bonfire and roads that could swallow up a camper, go figure. We camped at Hidden Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2009 - $28.00
Spent the holiday weekend with large group and was a wonderful experience. The staff were very friendly as were the seasonal campers. Fishing pond and rec hall great for the boys. Could use a little more planned activities for the kids. Pool was not open in time for the holiday. Will absolutely consider coming back again! We camped at Hidden Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $28.00
As mentioned earlier, this is a rustic campground, which is fine with us. However, the sites are laid out very oddly, which compresses the pass between sites. A little work on the sites are leveling purposes would get this a higher rating from me. We camped at Hidden Valley Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $28.00
We loved it here. Exactly our kind of rustic camp. However if you insist on concrete pads, paved roads, no trees, and 43 foot class A's, you might not like it. I got our 38 foot Winny in just fine, so I guess a sense of adventure is required. This is the kind of place I miss when staying in a KOA like parking lot. Hosts were wonderful. We camped at Hidden Valley Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2005 - $26.00
This is a privately owned campground that is at the base of Mt. Greylock. The owners are friendly and accommodating. If you have any questions or problems they are there to help you. The road leading to most sites is up a hill and unpaved. The seasonal sites are nicely spaced and are appealing to the eye. The tent sites are also nicely spaced. There are two bathroom facilities with showers. The one that was near us had only two showers and I can visualize a waiting line during busy times. Our plan was to go to Tanglewood during our visit. Tanglewood is a 30 minute (+ or -) drive depending on traffic. We were there during a slow week and hope to go again before the summer is over. We camped at Hidden Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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