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This is a really great place to camp. The shelter sites are large and private with access to hiking trails and make for a unique experience. The staff is friendly as well
This was only our second camping trip and the staff here was absolutely amazing and nice. No electricity hook-up on the sites. The second day we stayed the water that came from the water source there was purple instead of clear like day one, but we brought enough drinking water just in case so it…
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Very rude and disrespectful owner and employees!
We enjoyed our stay. It was quiet. The salt water pool was clean. Booked a site for October before we left. Showers could use updating.
This trip was too short!
We really liked this location, you can see your neighbors, but each site has nice space.
It was a quick walk down to the beach.
The LI sound is definitely different from the ocean, but still nice. There was a nice little camp store, and by the beach another store and…
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This is a very fun and interesting campsite. However one issue was the garbage situation. Had to walk a long distance to throw out the trash.
We’ve stayed from F-Su. We got a tent spot and it was perfect since it was the furthest one away and there was no one near us which is probably why we loved it so much bc we were so isolated. a little disappointed in the site though, we found broken glass on the walking trail near our tent and by…
Not much to say as I haven't been here in years, but this review field is required in order to upload photos, which I think say more about the site than I can in a review.
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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.
If you like nice big private sites, peace and quiet while providing a great location for fishing and hiking (Henry Buck Trail) then this is your kind of place. Our family likes to get out into the hiking trails and hit activities in the area vs the all inclusive campground experience and this…
We purposefully chose a drive in spot close to home to try out our dogs in a tent for the first time. The site was lovely with a nice sized fire pit and grill. It was hidden back so gave us some privacy from the neighbors. We were only there one night and it’s not probably somewhere I’d stay more…
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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…
Camper van off the grid. Large site with privacy, but not many campers early season New bath house with multiple shower rooms. Wonderful hiking trails. Pond for fishing & swimming. Kiddie pond, children’s playground, Deli across the street is poorly managed but OK for a sandwich.…
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Stayed at site 12. Sites are great overlooking the bay. Bathroom lights are bright. 10 would be better. I also like the corner sites as they are bigger. The 230-70 overlook the ocean which is great. Little pricey compared to nys parks. Electric and water is nice for pop up.
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.