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51 Reviews of 13 Goodrich Heights, Connecticut Campgrounds
Stayed here on a Tuesday night right after hurricane Henri. The park was completely cleaned up from any damage or debris, all in great shape. No other campers here when we arrived, so totally silent. No road noise. Most sites are relatively short level pads, with little or no shade, but very…
We went for a weekend only so we weren’t there long but everything was great. The site was very secluded and very large which was awesome! Kids had a blast! I didn’t use the restrooms or showers there so I’m not sure about that.
Where we stayed was nice and we had great people need us. The only downside about where we stayed is there were apples all over that fall off trees… so don’t walk around barefoot.
The rest of the place is a dump. All the buildings were way past due on updates needed. The pool and playground were…
We went for a 4 day get away, this was our first outing with our new TT. I was less than impressed with the office/store as it had an over powering smell of cat urine. The grounds are very tight so if you have a rig over 30ft beware, some of the turns can get hairy. The sites are kind of on top of…
Great area to camp with kids. The lots were large. Semi private with great view and nice walks to the water. Noise was not a problem overnight as to having problems with noises neighbors at other CT state parks.
We had a great time. Water, electric &sewer sites. Very quite, rules are in-forced. This is camping, if you’re looking for entertainment bring your own!
We recently camped here in early June. We were placed in a space in the back end of the campground. The overall appearance of the campground was like campers in a sardine can all cramped together. Then there is the issue of no WiFi signal. I get you are camping but when you adjourn for the night…
Great weekend campground. If you like the ct part of the AT it’s a great place to camp and get lost in the Litchfield hills.
I was told they were open year round when I went to find out they said no they're not open you around and it's a $1000 a month
Beautiful trails, flat & hilly. No camping as far as I can tell.
Bowdish Lake Camping Area is the worst campground we have ever been to and we travel fulltime! Their website states: $1,800-$3,600 per season (look for yourself on their website if you don’t believe me). We get there after reserving site Blue 65. They then charged us $3,900. Why? We have no idea!…
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It's hard to find much information about this equestrian, first come, first serve campground in Connecticut's Pachaug State Forest. The best source I could find…
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i love this place so much the activities are fun for the kids and everyone is so friendly
This small state park campground offers basic campsites with running water and showers, open Memorial Day to Columbus Day. This is NOT Wolf's Den Family Campground in E. Haddam, CT. Also, be aware there are 2 campgrounds at this State Park; the other one, Mashamoquet Brook, does not offer…
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