Nice little getaway. Nestled near the Berkshire Mountains of Mass. Actually in NY. Sites have enough room so you don't feel cramped. Restrooms need to be updated, but are functional. Staff and his wife are very nice and helpful . If you come to the campground, you need to arrive from the West on route 66 to avoid a very right hand tight turn into the campground, but otherwise it's OK. My portable satellite worked pretty fine. Point it to the SW. Camp store is old but adequate. Great place to see at 221 degrees. Enjoy the leaves during the fall. We will return again, and recommend it to anyone. This is close to the Albany area.
Cape Ann Campsite has wonderful advertisement, but when you finally get here you say "What the heck"? First of all, when you drive through the gate, there is a sign that says to leave your vehicle at the bottom, and walk up to the hill, and I mean hill. About 150 ft or so to the office. The sites are very tight with uneven parking, roots, stones etc. The men restroom is very nasty. No soap, nasty floor with maggots crawling on the floor due to the overflowing dumpster right outside the bathroom door. The shower costs .25 cents for 5 minute shower. There are no trash receptacles except the dumpster which is at the top of the hill making it a 300 foot trek up the hill just to dispose of your trash. The area where the campground is located is situated such that you must travel down through tight turns and twists on a bad road, through a residential area. And it is not the nicest I've seen either. Now on the positive side, the view from the campground is nice. It faces a tidal marsh that has some boats and nice homes on the other side. Close to a beach, but it costs $10 to go on the beach and if you have a dog, it is not welcome on the beach. If you ask, "Will I return"? Probably not. Even there are just a few in this area, there is bound to be a nicer one. Staff was friendly. Sorry, but I call 'em like I see 'em.
Nice and quiet campground. Staff was quite friendly. We had a problem with the 30 amp breaker tripping. The staff changed it out. Sites are very tight, and some are not level. Amish working farm across the street. If you are not used to smelling mule and cow manure, this may not be the spot for you. Lots to do close-by. We will come back. I have a 35 travel trailer, and it was all I could do to get my rig centered at the site, but we finally succeeded. If you are not looking for a child friendly camping facility, this is for you.
This "campground", if you call it that, is a joke. The sites are very close together, no parking to speak of. Our site does not even have room for our tow vehicle. The man next door told me that he is disappointed also. We called ahead, and when we arrived the site that the lady at the office gave us was so small that I had to go back to the office and get another assigned. The lady at the office was borderline rude when we checked in. If I had known before getting here, I would have gone somewhere else. Never again for me.