Rate is based on weekly rate. We stayed for 8 days. Campground is in a nice city park. During the week there were very few sites occupied. On the weekend there were only a few available sites. There are four pull-through sites and the rest are back in. The pads are gravel and each has a picnic table and fire ring. Only about half the sites have sewer. Most of these are in the western portion of the campgrounds. The sewer connection is protected by a plastic ring that makes it difficult to make connections. The restrooms are dated but clean. There are numerous trees in and around the campground so satellite TV reception is iffy. We found three sites where it was possible. Verizon is three bar 4G. The park has a nice walking path, several playgrounds and sport fields. There is a disc golf course. There isn't much to Dorchester itself but it is a short drive to larger communities with more amenities. The nearest laundry is in Medford. Don't miss the cheese makers in the area. For a full hookup 50 amp site under $20 a night, this is a very nice place. We will camp here next time we are in the area. We camped at Dorchester City Park in a Motorhome.
We arrived about 8 PM on a Saturday night. Park seemed pretty full but after speaking with management on previous occasions, we knew to look for site#00 as our race trailer is 44' long. Without this knowledge, we would have had to walk to find an available site. We filled out an envelope with our info and cash and dropped it in the deposit box. Our back-in site worked well but we could not find the water spigot. Site 1 was empty so we connected to it for a bit. As we were only here for a quick overnight, we did not walk around or use any facilities. The park was very nicely maintained from what we could see. We camped at Dorchester City Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $18.00
Nice city park campground. I stayed here for three weeks while our daughter was in the hospital. Staff is very friendly and happy to help you out if needed. Nice pond and in the fall hundreds of geese fly in at sunset. We camped at Dorchester City Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Gravel pads and most are back ins but a few big pull thrus. Nice walking trail, a pretty city park. Map quest gives the wrong location. Its 5 miles north of 29 on 13, then left 1/2 mile and left on park road. We would stay here again! We camped at Dorchester City Park in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a wonderful municipal park. There is some traffic in the park for people who want to "short cut", but there are speed bumps, so it is minimal and they drive through slowly. There is a great 1 mile long hiking trail around the man-made lake which is great for exercise and watching for birds and small animals. This is the kind of park you'd love to stay in for a while as time allowed ... quiet, clean, well-kept. We definitely will stay here again. We camped at Dorchester City Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2007 - $16.00
Beautifully maintained campground in a nice quiet city park. Water and electric at every site and sewer at about half of them. Nice, level gravel pads and enough room for 45' motorhomes. We camped at Dorchester City Park in a Motorhome.