Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Lone Oak Campsites
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Lone Oak Campsites is located in Connecticut
42.0074 N
-73.263 W
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11 Reviews of Lone Oak Campsites
great place for the family

i love this place so much the activities are fun for the kids and everyone is so friendly

Trailer park

Hate this place it sucks unless you have kids of not it’s not worth your time! Sites very close together also very expensive with not much to do

Great for kids

Lots of activities for kids. Most seasonal sites are held by employees. Super friendly staff clean sites and bathrooms. Great little store. Activities for the kids. Not a ton of privacy, but we didn’t mind much. Nice change from the dry camping we usually gravitate towards

Fun Weekend

It’s a super nice campground and close enough for a quick trip! Some sites can be very close though but otherwise great weekend trip!

Great for all the family

Nice clean well run campground. Entertainment all weekend with lots of staff. Play areas, pool over 21 bar area bands etc. well worth a visit and close to berkshires

Fun family campground.

We loved this campground! Big fun for kids and adults. Two big pools, store, bar for adults with live entertainment. Tons of kids activities going on all day.

Wonderful place for family time

I happened upon Lone Oaks Camp Site when looking for someplace to stay in north eastern Connecticut. Leery of just reserving at a larger campground, we were pleasantly surprised especially since there was a 50% special so we got 2 nights for the price of one. We arrived with 2 children under the age of 5 and pulled in. The facility was very clean and neat. Upon getting our site (#14) we were shocked at the size of it. We could have fit 3 campers in it and were a good distance from the neighboring sites (there are some places that you are packed in like sardines, not this one). There were 2 good size pools, one for older individuals and one for children. There was also a whirlpool. Although there was no lifeguard, there was a pool attendant that kept the area clean and neat. The playground was clean and had many different pieces of play equipment. The camp store was fully equipped and had a variety of foods including soft serve ice cream. My 5 year old grandson loves to fish and was thrilled when he pulled in a 5 inch fish from their fishing pond. There were many organized activities for both young and old and the staff were very friendly. They have rentals at a reasonable cost along with cart rentals. There were hiking trails and it was close to Action Wildlife in Goshen. For Adults it had adult beverages sold in their lounge on the weekends and felt much more secure to see they had overnight security.. I was really impressed. Many times this late in the season campgrounds are a bit ragged. Not this one. My hats off to the owners and staff for keeping it clean, neat and welcoming.

Not for anyone wanting to rough it but tons of hikes and waterfalls around!

I have gone to lone oak campsites for 32 years. We have gone as a family since I was a fetus. Tons of kids activities to keep the little ones busy and great hikes around! Tons of waterfalls in the area and the highest point in Connecticut. Stars can be seen well and tons of kind and friendly campers.

Family oriented with a great hiking trail.

There are many ways to camp at Lone Oaks. Tenting to a RV, very family friendly. There's a full bar with adult only dancing up stairs in the lounge Saturday nights, and a DJ playing dance music for the younger crowed down stairs. The pools are beautiful, great store and the activities are plenty. There is also a hiking trail with some gorgeous views once you get to the top.

Friendly and huge

This campground is large and has a variety of sites to choose from. It has a large field for seasonal and large rv’s to small wooded sites for tents. be careful on the map for what site has what amenities, and make sure to double check power requirements because it’s not labeled on the sites and it varies. Privacy is about standard rv campgrounds and they have a PA system to announce camp events which was a bit annoying, though it didn’t happen often.

The store was stocked with basic supplies and they had a cafe. WiFi was accessible from most areas but the bathrooms were very dated.

A little overpriced but nice to have electric water and internet for a night.

it is family oriented and has plenty of activities, but we ignored all that and were pleasantly left alone. staff is very friendly.

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