Stayed here7/2020. Great job distancing for Covid. "Comfort station" well maintained. Campsites are rocky, had to re arrange tent to get off rock. Beautiful sunsets up at Pond, you can get primitive campsites there. Great hiking in forest, saw a few mt. Bikers. Quick drive to mt.greylock. Park staff were so friendly! Sorry to hear budget cuts might close this next year.
Once again, we arrived after dark (the days are way too short in the fall)! and although Google Maps guided us correctly to this campground, we also appreciated the very good signage directing us! This campground is set way back in the woods and except for the hooting owl and an occasional barking dog from other campers, it was VERY quiet. No road noise at this campground!
The campsites are spread out over a big area. Sites 1-9 are located near Berry Pond and are serviced by a pit toilet. The rest are about 1.5 miles south on the loop road. We were originally in site 29 but we would have had to walk through a path in the woods to get to the bathroom; since it was dark when we arrived, we were happy to switch to Site 32, much closer. Our site was level but not all of them appeared to be so. Many trees provide privacy. It looked like the restroom/shower building was fairly new and it was very clean. There is also a group campground and day-use areas.
The next morning, I set off to walk the loop road, thinking it would be a couple of miles at most. Surprise– it was over four miles and HILLY! I got a good workout, but it was a beautiful walk. The reward was seeing Berry Pond and the view when I finally reached the top of the hill. Wish we had more time to take a hike or explore the area more.
Stayed in a campsite near the road and the brook. It was clean and quiet. The road was right next to the site, but most drivers were respectful and drove slow.
The bathrooms and showers were phenomenal. A treat at the end of the day to take a shower before crawling in.
I appreciated that this state park had pockets of campsites and group sites. We were not all in one place.
The weekdays seem quieter than the weekends.
The group site was nice and secluded. Was not a fan of taps being played every night, gave off a very creepy vibe my kids weren't into. Not much to do. Loved the salamanders though!
Beautiful views, nice hiking trails
very cool campground that offers a different variety for different people. the peak area is more private but further from showers and would require a drive. enjoy
We reserved a groupsite down by a stream and pond. It had a large common area surrounded by little pockets which made great tent sites. Beautiful site! Other campsites were far enough away that we felt like we had the place to ourselves.