Sweetwater Forest is set in a rustic Cape Cod environment and is very family friendly, with miniature golf, fishing, a basketball court and playground. While the sites are not extremely favorable for big rigs, a few of the sites can accommodate large motorhomes. I was very much impressed with the staff. I had a problem with my slide out, and the staff worked on the problem for two hours. When I tried to give them some money for their trouble, they refused to take it, saying that the problem occurred while I was staying there and they would take care of it before I left. I would highly recommend Sweetwater Forest for family camping.
This appeared to be good campground for families camping in trailers or pop-ups, but I certainly would not recommend it for anyone in a large Class A motorhome. Although we were told our site was a pull-through, there was no way we could have reached it with a vehicle in tow.
We booked this site over 3 months in advance but when we arrived for the 4th of July weekend, the grass looked as though it hadn't been cut in weeks. We were assigned a site that should never have been assigned for a 40' motorhome. If the site across from us had been rented, we would never have been able to get in or out. The view from our motorhome was of a broken down fence, a trash can, and a 6 foot pile of debris. I complained to the office and the manager never did come to our site to address the problems. Morgan RV Resorts gave us no sympathy either and refused to make any adjustments.
This is undoubtedly one of the finest campgrounds we have visited in 25 years of motorhoming. The checkin is efficient and the staff couldn't have been nicer. Normandy Farms offers easy access (40 footer), good interior roads, level sites, completeness of facilities, playground for children, beautiful fenced dog park, even a snack bar. The lovely college-age girls from the office even walked my dog so we could spend the day in Boston! We camped here for 5 nights.