This is a nice campground. Spent four nights there. The weather wasn't very cooperative, but they do have a nice pool that we got to use one day. There's a nice playground, basketball and volleyball courts. Also, a safari field. There is usually some activity(es) on weekends. It's a pretty quiet place - at least it was in late August. We will definitely stay here again.
This was our first stay here and we were, in general, very pleased. We had our 11 year old grandson with us and there were tons of organized activities to keep him (and us) busy. There are three pools and four hot tubs. Food at the restaurant was pricey but good. The store was very well stocked. Restrooms were very well taken care of and the showers were clean. The staff we dealt with were very friendly and accommodating. True, the sites in some areas were close together. But amazingly, given the size of the campground, that things really were VERY quiet during quiet hours (11PM - 8AM). The only exception was we were near one of the trailers used by the staff and, since they get going at 6AM, they were a little noisy occasionally. But seriously, the first night we were there, since we were close to the main pool, playground, etc., it was pretty noisy at 9PM and I said, "I can't imagine it quieting down by 11" but it does. We would definitely return and, in fact, have booked for a week next year (in one of the bigger sites)!
This is our third time here and it just keeps getting better. It was a busy Labor Day weekend but the place was very quiet. Beautiful sites - many on the Pond, itself. Plenty of shade. Lots of room between sites. Ample water availability and plenty of restrooms. Plenty of canoeing and hiking right at your doorstep. No hookups but - hey, we're camping, aren't we? One drawback might be the showers were in a central location and this is a BIG area so, depending on your site, it may be quite a haul to the showers.
This is a very nice private campground located adjacent to Brimfield State Forest and a Corps of Engineers property. The pool is large but is only 3 feet deep all around, so if you're training to be the next Greg Louganis, it's not for you but for the rest of us - it is a great place to relax and cool off. There is also shuffleboard, basketball, horseshoes - you name it. There are events every weekend. The playground is well-kept. The bathrooms are clean - though they could probably use a porta-potty or something closer to the pool. The place is very quiet for a private campground. Most sites are well-shaded and fairly good-sized. The staff is very friendly. We'll definitely stay here again.
This is a wonderful state-run facility in southern NH. The sites are pretty big though heavily shaded which may eliminate some of the larger rigs. We were here with mostly tents, pop-ups and small trailers. There were a few Class C's and we saw one Class A. The restrooms were well-kept. There weren't a lot of showers, but we didn't use them. The lake is nice with a nice, large beach. The store was "decent-sized" but you'd better come stocked up. The police and the rangers made their presence known visibly on patrols and the place was VERY quiet at night. All in all, a very nice place that we'll visit again!
The only reason I didn't give it a "10" is because it's not an "RV" park. This place is a little gem hidden away in north-central Mass. The sites are well-shaded but don't allow room for more than about 20' of trailer. It's a great place for popups, tents or small (<20') rigs. The staff is very friendly and the nature interpreter does an outstanding job with her programs. The campground was very quiet on weeknights and still quiet on weekends. We'll definitely be back in our small hybrid.
This was our first stay on a crowded weekend (Memorial Day). We were very pleasantly surprised at how quiet things were given the campground was pretty full. The store was decently stocked and open long hours. Bathrooms were fairly clean though the showers are a little dingy. A big plus was each evening, a couple of state police would ride through on horses, making their presence known. A negative is that there are only two dump stations - making for long lines at the end of a busy weekend. Just as an FYI - they are upgrading the campground to have electric at all sites.