This is a nice campground at the park. We were able to get a season pass holders rate of $35.00 per night which included theme park tickets for 5 people. Excellent rate!! Downfall was that we took a tier 2 rate and the site was very unlevel and a bit of a walk to the park. Bathrooms needed a good cleaning. Campground's pool was taken out to make room for a roller coaster ride. With the campground pool gone campers have to walk through the amusement park to use the wave pool/water rides. A bit of a disappointment since we like to take a relaxing dip before bedtime.
We stayed at this campground because of the location. We stayed for a week and went on day trips to the Cape Cod Sea Shore, Provenance town, Plymouth, Mystic Sea Port, Conn. Newport, Rhode Island. KOA offers a shuttle which will take you to the Commuter train into down town Boston. Bathroom at pool area was in very bad shape.
The road to get to this campground is very rough and off the beaten trail. The roads at the campground are very narrow. Sites are small and the bathroom is very "Rustic". This is a campground that hasn't changed in years. It is not a RV park it's a campground.
Beautiful small campground! Great kid friendly beach with lifeguard, beach house & icecream parlor. Short bike ride into town, Sylvan Beach which offers an old fashion amusement park, childrens shows on the weekends at the towns gazebo as well as movies, and live music.
Nice wooded sites. Very clean bathrooms. I was very disappointed that the swimming area at the campground has been closed. The bathhouse is still present and has 4 lovely showers. The campsites are in need of ground maitenance as some trees have fallen and are blocking access to the brook others are in need of trimming as the branches are very low and makes it difficult to back a TT in place. The lower park is free to all campers and offers a unique "natural" swimming pool, new in 2004 playground, great snack/gift shop and lovely trails.
Great camp! Excellent pool, both kiddie and olympic size with diving boards. Very clean bath house. Only complaint is that the pool is some distance from the camp sites and the hill down to the pool is very steep and is the main road up to the sites, so I wouldn't recommend that small children ride their bike to the pool. Great Gorge trail which is free to campers. I suggest you walk the trail from the lower entrance and take the shuttle bus back if your hiking with children.
The site that we had was very shady however it was very unlevel..two feet off to be exact. We went back to the main office to complain however they didn't have another site available that would accommodate our TT. This location has a lovely beach for the kids and I would stay again but only if I was guaranteed a level site.