12 RV Parks near Westport, Massachusetts
Aug 2017 - $45.00
After reading RVP reviews and looking forward to our stay, we were very disappointed in Westport. It seemed like MOST of the occupants were long term, with lots of unnecessary 'stuff' around the sites. The bathrooms and showers were just acceptable. The hook-up for our sewer was the most 'mickey mouse' set up we have ever seen. Sadly, we would not consider staying here again. - Cinzia
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Stayed for two nights. Park was enormous. And the sites are roomy. Owners are accommodating - opened up so I could register. The gave the type of site that I asked for. Walked the park and saw many seasonals, every kind of activity you could think of, including a large pool and spa. Everything is well maintained. Roads are paved. gravel and dirt, depending on the area. Store appeared to be well stocked. A little off the beaten path, but worth the 5 miles to it from I-80. - eaf14131
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Good spot to do day trips to Newport, R.I., Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Plymouth and Cape Cod. Caters mostly to seasonal campers. Family owned and maintained. Staff were friendly and helpful. See homemade video located on webpage. Campgrounds do not quite live up to the video. An average campground. Very dusty during our stay due only to lack of rain. Campsites are right on top of each other and extra care is required to back into tight sites. They do not rent to campers older than 2002 because of the age. Humorously, lots and lots of rules. The sinks were push down cold water. - Mike from Bama
Jun 2013 - $17.00
We had an ocean front Site right on the water. What more can you say? The campground is very clean and neat with friendly staff. There is a dump station and clean water. - 1ST Mountain Air
Sep 2010 - $17.00
Fine beachfront camping. The beach is mostly rounded stone, with limited gray sand. When we visited the surf was high due to a recent hurricane. Expect a strong breeze most days, no shade, and if you are in one of the waterfront sites you may get salt spray at your site. There are even steel tie-down rings at the waterfront sites, although you wouldn't need those except in case of a tropical storm, and then campground would like be evacuated anyway. Waterfront sites are hard to get and need reservations far in advance. Good centrally-located bathrooms and showers. This is a popular campground. Out of state rate was $17 and Mass. residents pay $15. We liked it but the salt spray caused some rust on steel parts of our trailer. - silvertube
Sep 2009 - $15.00
This was our first trip to Horseneck Beach. I chose a site close to the water spigot and also right next to the playground. When we arrived the site was a pull-through and very unlevel. I used 4 1/2" of wood and had to drop the nose of the camper all the way to the ground. Almost all the other sites were level. I was able to hook my water hose to the spigot that was five feet away from the camper. There isn't any shade here and with the wind we weren't able to put out the awning. My kids loved the beach and riding bikes. We rode to these old bunker towers that looked like they were from WWII. My daughter liked collecting seashells and my oldest son and I went on a bike ride on the "Healthy Trail" which is about two miles one way through the dunes. At night the sky was so clear we could almost see every star. My wife saw two shooting stars and the satellites were like airplanes. We would definitely go back again. - B. P. Donelan
Aug 2017 - $75.00
We had a Good Sam discount, but it was very expensive for what you get in an RV campground. Monday through Thursday is $65, and Friday through Sunday is $75/night! We had 50 AMP electric, water, sewer, and cable. We did not use cable, but had many Over The Air Channels. The staff at Melville Ponds is very helpful and nice people. We were under the shade trees. The site was on a slant, so our 5th wheel tires on one side were off the ground to get level. It was a quiet RV campground. It is 5 miles north of Newport. There is a small laundry with 2 washers, and 2 dryers that was inexpensive. There is no pool or activity room, but they have a small playground for the kids. We did not use the restrooms or showers, so we cannot comment on them. It was the most convenient and close RV park to the Navy Base for our activities. It was just too expensive for what they provide, but I guess they can get away with it due to lack of competition. - Lindy White
Aug 2017 - $80.00
Great location, great spots, great staff, high price. Level spots, 50 amp, pull thru, patio, fire pit, good space. Great location for trips to Jamestown, Fall River & Newport. We really like this place, just wish the price was more inline with other campgrounds.
Take the entrance off Main Street at the middle school. If you enter from anywhere else, you end up on a long dirt, washboard road. It will dust up and shake you up. - KodiTzu
Jul 2017 - $65.00
We stayed one night in site #218, a back-in site with W/E/S. The roads aren't overly tight but the way they are laid out and where the trees are, this site is more of a pain to get into than it should be. The spot itself is fine. Note that despite what their website says, ALL of their sites have full hook ups. This isn't a fancy park, but clean and fine for passing through. Bathhouses, laundry, and grounds were all clean. Their internet was excellent. We had full LTE cell service (AT&T). The signage on the way in leaves you hanging, but we figured it out anyways. It brings you in along a long bumpy road. Google Map's directions, on the other hand, takes you by a school, but it brings you to the campground with only a little of the bumpy dirt road. This is what I'd recommend. - texasAUtiger
Sep 2017 - $25.00
It would be near perfect if it had sewer and Wifi. The sites are in an open field. Each site is well packed gravel, level (without weeds and stuff growing in them) surrounded by well cut grass. They are very long and the back end of the RV's are about 50 feet in from some bushes that are right on the water. There is probably 30 feet between each RV (only 6 sites). Lots of elbow room. There is a well traveled road at the entrance, but it isn't bothersome. The base is only a couple miles up the road with a very nice NEX and Commissary. This is a nice base as it is home to the War College. High ranking officers training to be higher ranking officers. Newport is a very nice town with beautiful marinas. - jomark
Sep 2015 - $20.00
Location, Location, Location.
As an RV park, it is strictly a place to put the rig while exploring Newport and the area.
Spacious back-in sites. Clean grounds. Nothing else. 30 Amp power and water only. No dump station.
Must have a reservation.
Staff at main base rec center very helpful.
We will stay here again - mainly due to location and price. - PawPaw
Aug 2011 - $20.00
I stayed here for 3 weeks (2 weeks then 1 week) while in school, it was very nice and clean. There are only 6 sites, plenty of room at the camp ground. Shares the facility with the softball fields, so the lights may be on at night. - calewjohnson
Oct 2016 - $60.00
Meadowlark is a no-frills, well-maintained RV park run by very friendly and helpful people. It is located in a nice neighborhood. Our site #2 was fairly level and had a fair amount of space. Wifi was very strong. Cash or checks only and no bathrooms or showers. $60 is a hefty price for a site and wifi BUT you are only 2.5 miles from Newport! It was really nice to jump in the truck and be in the middle of town. We stayed 2 nites and would have stayed longer if we had the time. - alm
Oct 2016 - $58.00
We had never visited the area before and wanted a place close to Newport. This is the place...
We had reserved a full hook up site. As others have posted, it is either cash or traveler check for payment. We arrived, paid and were given some local info and directions to our site. All the sites are grass. We were unable to get our 40' coach level and the rear wheels would need to be off the ground to make this happen which is not safe. Back to the office and was given an an electric only site on another part of the park. It was also back in and had much less slope. The coach still would not level, but we made due. The sites are all 30 amp. It is a no frills park and we knew that going into it. We were there to see the area and the park served us well.
If coming in via a motorhome, I would encourage the electric only sites as they are your best bet in getting as close to level as you can. - mummaiv
Aug 2016 - $59.00
This is a bad place in so many ways. The sites are used mostly by old run down seasonal trailers. No sites are level. The rear of my trailer was 3 feet higher than the front in order to be level. All picnic tables are covered in black mold and the grass was high and patchy. No showers or bathrooms, or dog walk. There is a big open field but dogs are not allowed, no reason, just not allowed. They ONLY except cash! The only reason to be here is the location to Newport. Management's knowledge of this can only be their excuse for being so aloof and rude. - Gerry9
Aug 2014 - $61.00
The office people that handle the reservation are not pleasant. The fees are required by check upfront and are not returnable. We arrived and were but in a site with out a concrete slab and expected to remove everything placed on grass while not at campsite. No bathroom facilities and unfriendly owners. We did not stay the second night even though we forfeited the night unused. We preferred to go to a nicer and more pleasant location. This is hardly "Paradise" location is the only thing it has going for it. Wi-Fi did not work. Would not recommend to anyone. - AlmostRetired
Aug 2014 - $69.00
Close to Newport Harbor. When I called to make a reservation I was told "first come, first served". This seemed odd to me. Manager stated she had a few spaces so we departed earlier than planned. Manager seems to be very protective of her property, so she comes off as particular. Beautiful grassy site. Did not find an available Wi-Fi signal. Extra $8.00 charge for A/C or electric water heater "but you can't use both at the same time" on 30 amp service. A few TV channels on antenna. We liked the convenient location. - Bigdave2165
Jun 2014 - $75.00
Well maintained, level sites. Quiet but close enough to downtown (bike or car). Owners are friendly and helpful. Not much for kids to do at the park. But beaches are only a few miles away. No showers. No bathrooms so you must be self contained. Big plus for us was excellent, free Wi-Fi. Great place to work from if you are working on the road. - Jeff F.
Sep 2016 - $40.00
No maintenance and zero management. Dog fesces on campsite , unkempt grounds, 10 hoses to water bib. No pressure, brown water and no grounds rules. Loud parties to the early AM. The city of Jamestown should be embarrassed.
The view and location was wonderful. - Coffeetrader
Jul 2015 - $50.00
The vast majority of campers here are seasonal but for transients, Ft. Getty Park provides an inexpensive alternative to private campgrounds or difficult to reserve state parks in this area of Rhode Island. The campground occupies the top of a knoll at the mouth of the bay, and to reach it one must pass through Jamestown itself. This will pose no problem to any but the largest rigs. Interior roads are paved and easy to negotiate. All sites are treeless, grass back-ins roughly 25' wide by 60' deep, laid out in rows, with nothing to separate you from your neighbor. Hook-ups are water & electric only; water connections for some sites will require 40 or more feet of hose. There are no amenities of any kind. Restroom and shower facilities are old but clean enough to be useable (we did not). A dump station is available at the park exit. There was no debris or trash of any kind on the grounds. Our mid-week stay was quiet however I think weekends may be less so. As a base for touring the area, it is adequate. We would stay here again. - RamWagon
Jun 2015 - $50.00
We really lucked out in both finding this place and getting a last minute spot! The location is a peninsula with beautifully groomed lawn, spacious and incredible views of the ocean. Very quiet and serene, Jamestown had great little stores and restaurants. We cycle and will definitely come back to ride the Island for sure.
The dump site is at the entrance and a bit of a walk or slow drive if your dumping via a portable dump tank. There is a pier where you can fish and relax.
Bring a 50 foot power cord, depending on the site we barely made it with our 25 foot cord, same goes with your fresh water hose. - koeka
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We are currently staying here, the road into the campground has add gravel added and is much better. Sites are all dirt. Streets are dirt and muddy, lots of pot holes. WiFi sucks and they want you to pay for it. AT&T cell coverage is bad so mifi will not work, maybe a booster will help, but I don't own one. Too Many Trees. I know I'm camping, but make some room for modern campers with slides. Choice of putting slides out or awnings, of course we choose the sliders. Hookups are convenient. I would stay here again because my 30 days are "free", but not worth much $$ - Retsub
May 2017 - $1.00
We are new elite members and have enjoyed our TT membership greatly. We are full time and it is a big benefit for us. We just left the campground of Gateway to Cape Cod and we have some serious concerns about the resort. We have been full time now for about a year and have stayed in 20 plus resorts in south and eastern coast. The resort at Cape Cod is by far the worst we have ever stayed in. The entrance road is dirt with so many mud holes that is is almost impossible to enter the resort. Once inside, the gate was unmanned and not working. During our week there I never once saw one person manning the gate for security. Every road in the park was almost impassible due to water and terrible mud. I almost got stuck in motor home and auto on several occasions. It is almost impossible to distinquise the roads from sites within park, you must be extremely carelful to be certain you remain on the roads. I asked staff about road conditions and her response was well we don't have a tractor and every time we scrape them it rains and it messes them up again. I asked if there were plans to pave any of roads expecially entrance road and her response was that it had been planned for years but only when money allowed. She said TT had owned park for over 10 years and no road work has been done. I said at least they could put gravel on roads since all of them are sand and mud. I told her it was once of worst I had seen and she got ugly and said well I don't guess you haven't camped very much. Not good customer response to a member. No staff was ever seen on the grounds except in store when I went in and no guard at the gate ever. Not up to standard we were promised with our intro to TT. Can you please pass this on for hopeful help with this park. All of ours have been awesome so far but I don't know if I could go back to this one again. - revrick3
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Nice Park as others have said the surface is dirt but plenty of shade cover. All sites are full hook ups and have 50 amp service. WIFI with Verizon was average but you can get by with it. Road into park as stated is part gravel and was very bad, pot holes everywhere and rough. Park is central to allot to be done in thew area from day trips to Boston or out to the cape. Also we did day trips into Rhode Island from this location. Apart from the road we enjoyed our two weeks there and will go back in the future. - M5Adventures
Jan 2012 - $18.00
This park is closed indefinitely. - rontrem
Sep 2009 - $18.00
Campers should note that the campground at Massasoit State Park will be closed for the 2009 season - rontrem
Jun 2008 - $35.00
We had a wonderful time hiking around the well marked trails and swimming in the lake. The sites varied in level but were fine for our little travel trailer. There was enough to do without leaving the campground for simple bike riding, hiking, and swimming. It is really nicely located for day trips to Plymouth and Cape Cod. Park Rangers were visable making the campground safer for the single camper. I would recommend this State Park to anyone for a simple trip or group rally. - sleepless
Sep 2017 - $57.00
This was our third stay at this campground and I'm not sure what's happened but things seem to have gone downhill. We stayed during the KOA free night which might be why it was so crowded so we only got a water/electric spot. It was not at all level and had lots of roots on dirt. Using the showers in the main building was odd because the shower head was on the side you walk in on so you have to get wet to turn on the shower. There's another shower for full-hookup sites which is better. As mentioned by other campers there are no rules enforced. On the Saturday night there were cars and trucks parked everywhere; some as many as four to a site. There's plenty of overflow parking but seems people don't want to walk. One couple waved through our door as they cut through our site. People across from us seemed to be long-term with large outside TV (loud) and a large black dog that barked a lot and often was off leash. Lots of trees but none that prevented backing in although the road was not in good condition. It is convenient to shopping and freeways and about halfway between Cape Cod and Boston. The wifi worked OK. Ask for a space along the back row which are full-hookups. - Catsinatrailer
Sep 2017 - $59.00
Totally unsupervised park, NO control over anything. The park has an "Emergency After Hour Phone Number" listed on the check-in sheet and I called it, it states to leave a name and phone number and they will call you back the next day, WHAT AN ABSOLUTE JOKE! There is NO security in this park at all!!! The sites are dirty muddy sites, roads are gravel and it is out in the country away from anything and they charge like they are near the beach or activities, no stores of any kind are close, 7.5 miles to the closest yet they over-charge for this park. The park store has little to no supplies and no groceries either. This park is NOT up to the KOA standard for being a good park. This park needs to provide after-hour phone numbers that function as they should, they need a Security Staff to police the park and enforce quiet hours and visitors controlled on sites. Boston/Cape Cod KOA, strange that they even call it that because it is 45 minutes to Boston, an hour to Cape Cod both are FAR! I will NEVER again visit this park, hope I can share this for other RV'ers to avoid this park and the bad environment. - GA-RVers
Aug 2017 - $72.00
This place is not for big rigs. Because of sharp turns and trees, parking was difficult. We had advanced reservations but one of our club members was forced to park across from the dumpsters because there was a another camper in their assigned spot. They sent some of our big rigs to an area where they were not able to pull out without going in a field. Wi-fi was there but not worth trying to get on. Water pressure and electric very good. Not worth $72. - Safrog