We had a lot of fun camping at Wompatuck. Definitely bring bikes to do some exploring. We found a large pond and an underground bunker to venture into. The campsite was had trees around it so you felt secluded and there was plenty of wood to collect for a fire. The bathroom could have used some updates but you are camping.
We stayed on site K8 for one night. Wompatuck has 262 campsites priced right at $26 including tax but only accept cash because their internet cannot support a credit card machine. It is seasonally open fro. May to mid-October. There were plenty of walk-up sites available in June and they actually had electric in one loop. We were excited to have that and not run our generator for A/C. When we got to our site, we discovered it is only 20 amps. Yikes!
The host by us was nice enough to loan us a converter. At least we can have some power. The temps got to 91 inside the RV today.
The campground is very wooded and bath houses have showers which were fairly clean. Ours was closed for a bit for painting in the evening. Water fill station and dump station was convenient as well as dumpster in loop.
Wompatuck S.P. has natural clean water st Mt. Blue spring that is open for bottle filling.
Hiking and biking trails are located throughout the park. There is also a lake with a boat ramp to go fishing.There are many other amenities here we didn't utilize such as skiing, hunting snowmobiling, horseback riding.
This is a cute little campsite that is very close to Boston and definitely feels like it. The sites are organize along a straight road that runs though the campsite and are pretty close to one another. We had a little privacy but the sites are only allowed to hold 4 people so they arent meant for big groups. There is not much special about this place but it is a great get away from the city for a weekend and there are a whole bunch of walking trails around the lake on the property.