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White Pines Campsites


White Pines is here to offer camping guests a wonderful campground experience in the beautiful northwest corner of Connecticut. Located in Litchfield County, White Pines is situated in a quiet neighborhood, on top of Wallens Hill, in Barkhamsted. You will find plenty to do during your stay, both on-site and off-site, or you may choose to simply relax at your site. Take a stroll along our Happy Tails Trail, with your pawsome friend, as you head to our dog park. Fish in our stocked pond, or visit the nearby Farmington River for some world class fishing. Join any of our offered activities, or create your own fun times. Whatever you choose, White Pines is a great family campground, where life is simple, friends are plentiful, and campfires burn brightly.


White Pines Campsites is located in Connecticut

Detail location of campground


From jct US 44 & Hwy 8: Go 1-3/4 mi N on Hwy 8, then 1/4 mi E on Hwy 20, then 3/4 mi S on Old North Rd.


232 Old North Rd
Barkhamsted, CT 06063


41.931235 N
73.040182 W

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  • Drive-In
    Park next to your site
  • Walk-In
    Park in a lot, walk to your site.

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  • WiFi
  • Verizon
  • AT&T
  • T-Mobile

Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • RV Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)
  • Dispersed
  • Group
  • Cabins
  • Yurts


For Campers

  • Market
  • Trash
  • Picnic Table
  • Firewood Available
  • Phone Service
  • Reservable
  • WiFi
  • Showers
  • Drinking Water
  • Electric Hookups
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol
  • Pets
  • Fires

For Vehicles

  • Sanitary Dump
  • Sewer Hookups
  • Water Hookups
  • Pull-Through Sites
  • Big Rig Friendly


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11 Reviews

Reviewed Oct. 6, 2022

Not for me

The location is convenient for the Farmington River and nearby state park but we didn’t have a great camping experience. The staff were all friendly but the campground was very noisy (loud music blasting until 9pm) and the sites were all very close. We tried plugging into the power at the site and the electrical box popped and smoked. We told staff but nothing had been done about it. There was also a very bright campground light near our site in the woods that was less than ideal.

If your looking to party with a group and could care less about being outside, this might be your spot by this was not for me.

Site53 I think
Month of VisitOctober
Reviewed Aug. 3, 2021

Good place to camp

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.

Month of VisitAugust
Laura W.
Reviewed Aug. 2, 2021

Nice Weekend Away

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 our fire pit which was really dangerous for our dogs. We would visit again though, we loved all the parks and hiking in the area and we left the camp for the day Saturday to hike in the area.

Month of VisitAugust
Reviewed Apr. 28, 2021

Great for a group!

We camped here with a group of friends - about a dozen in all. It was easy to coordinate with the staff to get a few tent sites and a cabin in close distance. Campsites were a bit minimal, and amenities were OK. Overall we were looking for a quiet and clean space and this was excellent for that.

Sylvia P.
Reviewed Sep. 15, 2020

Could have been so much better

Upon arrival, I liked the atmosphere and friendly service but our site was filthy. A bag of dog poop by a tree, trash under the picnic table, cigarette butts littering the rocks around the fire pit, and the pit was so full of ash, there was no more room for firewood. And as other reviewers stated, these sites aren’t the cheapest. I don’t normally complain but this was unacceptable in my opinion. I called the front desk and spoke with a very lovely person. She was mortified and said she’d send maintenance. No. One. Ever. Showed. Up. We waited an hour and then we just started cleaning it up ourselves so we could move on and get started on dinner.

Our site was T3 and it was spacious and spread out from other tent sites. There was a tiny creek meandering behind the site and the woods just went on for miles. We felt grateful to be separated from the RVers and have so much space to ourselves.

Night fell and the place turned into Margaritaville. The seasonal RVers have really taken over the place and while some have tasteful decor and lights, others not so much. Even 50 yards away from the RV section and I felt like I was in a dance club parking lot. The music was so loud. No one seemed to care. Nothing was enforced.

Lastly, there was a lonely port-a-potty across the road from us along with a water spigot. There was trash all around the spigot that remained there throughout our stay (an entire roll of sopping wet toilet paper and an eyelash curler, guys), but the camp sanitation truck came once a day to empty that outhouse, which I never used based on the smell. If you have young kids that nap during the day, this truck would wake them. I walked the extra .2 miles to the bathhouse, which started out immaculate but quickly turned south with the sheer number of people using it. A cleaning log claimed it was tended to but it couldn’t have been true. Trash was endlessly overflowing and soap was running low.

The loud music I could get over for the view but the uncleanliness was just annoying. What a simple thing to fix for your customers.

Also beware of bears. We and several other neighboring campers spied a pretty big black bear not far enough away in the late morning hours. I’m sure they are fed well.

  • Review photo of White Pines Campsites by Sylvia P., September 15, 2020
Becca Z.
Reviewed Aug. 29, 2020

Clean Campsites

We stayed at site 85 in Sunny Crest and liked having some privacy. The sites nearby had some trees providing space between each site. A lot of the sites we drove by were pretty sloped- I would recommend a drive though if you can beforehand.

The picnic table was chained down so there weren’t many options to set up having the fire pit and picnic table where they were.

Hiking trails were nice, good variety of easier and more difficult terrain.

  • Review photo of White Pines Campsites by Becca Z., August 29, 2020
Kristen L.
Reviewed Jul. 16, 2020

overall, just ok.

Let’s start with what we loved. The Gaga ball pit was great. The pool was nice, although, no seating due to covid. The camp store was convenient and well stocked. the WiFi was really great too. Best we’ve had at a campground!

Now to what wasn’t so great.

We had been Boondocking for a week prior to arriving and needed to dump our tank before pulling into our site. While we were dumping our gray tank, the dump clogged. The staff member told us to just empty what was in our hose on the grass and maintenance would fix it later. Since our tanks were still full, we asked if they’d provide us with the mobile tank service free of charge, but they declined. They did offer 50% off, though.

When we got to our spot, it was covered in hundreds and hundreds of nails and broken glass. Maintenance ended up having to get a shovel to get most of the nails up but we still spent the first few days of our stay picking up nails and glass from every corner of our site.

About three days into our stay, the power line caught on fire and we lost power to our RV for a few hours. Not a huge deal, just one more thing.

Those were the main things that make it hard to give more than three stars, but there was also the small laundry facility (one washer. one drier) , the noise level at night (yelling, loud music at several camp sites around us, a few fights, etc.) and the belligerent drinking on the weekend that made it a not so kid friendly place to be.

Honestly, I wouldn’t even complain about any of that if it wasn’t such a pricey campground. We’ve had much better experiences for a lot less. Just disappointing, but hey. Maybe we just had the perfect storm and none of those things would happen again? No idea. Just seems like the kind of place that’s great as long as nothing goes wrong. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Pic isn’t the best, but it’s the only one I took of site!

Brenda H.
Reviewed Jun. 29, 2019

Nice Local Spot

Plenty of amenities. Many types of sites to choose from. The showers could be more convenient. The first site they offered us has a tree growing in the middle of it, which really should be cut down to allow access. The site we moved to was better. However, Saturday night a large overnight party arrived, set up speakers and played loud music for most of the evening. So much for a peaceful camping trip.

Kim T.
Reviewed Aug. 21, 2018

Family friendly

We love this campground. It is a small family/dog friendly campground. Large clean pool my kids loved swimming in. Staff is super nice. Small arcade

Month of VisitSeptember
  • Review photo of White Pines Campsites by Kim T., August 21, 2018
  • Review photo of White Pines Campsites by Kim T., August 21, 2018
Bryan S.
Reviewed Jun. 6, 2018

Nice local campground

I was there with my two sons on a cold, rainy weekend very early in the season - not many other campers. The sites are good size and seemed well laid out. The folks in the office/store were incredibly friendly and helpful. Looking forward to going back later in the season.

  • Review photo of White Pines Campsites by Bryan S., June 6, 2018
Michelle D.
Reviewed Sep. 21, 2016

White Pines

This Campground is smaller and sees a lot of people. There is a small pool that is very busy, and there is a pond for fishing. Great place for family to get together, we used to have family reunions here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does White Pines Campsites have RV hookups?

According to TheDyrt.com, White Pines Campsites has water hookups and sewer hookups.

Are fires allowed at White Pines Campsites?

Yes, according to campers on TheDyrt.com, fires are allowed at White Pines Campsites, although make sure to check current fire restrictions in the area.

Does White Pines Campsites have wifi?

Yes, according to campers on TheDyrt.com, White Pines Campsites does have wifi.

Is there cell phone reception at White Pines Campsites?

According to campers on TheDyrt.com, Verizon signal is unknown, AT&T is unknown, and T-Mobile is unknown.