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Fires Allowed
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About Mt. Greylock Campsite Park
Access
Drive In
Price
$30.00 - $50.00
Operator
Private
Features
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Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Mt. Greylock Campsite Park is located in Massachusetts
Latitude
42.641 N
Longitude
-73.231 W
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4 Reviews of Mt. Greylock Campsite Park
New owners

The new owners have turned this forgotten campground around. They made a lot of upgrades and you get unbelievable WiFi connection. I stayed there last Fall right before they closed for Winter. All hookups were turned off but water was still available at the office. Just be careful with your GPS do not take Quarry Road!

Family friendly

This campsite is located at the base of Mt Greylock. it’s kind of hidden and could be lrettu easy to miss the first time but once you find it you’d found a hidden gem. The campground has everything you need. Water, electric hook up, it’s got a recreational center (cabin) with entertainments. Cable, fireplace, board games, pool table, air hockey table, you name it. There’s a pool, a kiddy park with swings and slides for the kids. The rec center also has hot showers, flushable toilets. The campsites have wifi access as well. I had a great experience, been there twice already. Hammock, Tent and RV friendly. Lots of campsites and all real close to Mt Greylock summit. The rec center also provides snacks, camping accessories, and coffee in the morning! The hosts are really nice and welcoming. I def recommend this campgrounds.

Resort camping

wonderfully friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful owners you will meet right at check in. They really go above and beyond to make your stay comfortable-- even delivering firewood, or anything else you need from the camp store, right to your campsite!

the sites are beautiful and quiet; the facilities are very clean and well taken care of.

First to Review
A different experience for us

We are typically campers who prefer to camp in state or national parks which don't have the amenities of private campgrounds. This trip we decided to stay here because we had some relatives (small children) with us and wanted to extras. For this reason, the campground was a good pick. Pat and Gordon are super friendly and genuinely want you to have a great time. Our site was big and, while not completely level, was workable. There are two bathrooms for the whole camp, but the bathrooms never ran out of toilet paper or soap and stayed pretty clean. The showers are free, but I did encounter a line once or twice. As others mentioned, the pool and playground are nice and the rec hall has several games including air hockey, foosball, pool and board games. All are free and we enjoyed them. There were activities planned for the weekends that we took advantage of too. The band on Saturday night was fun and we brought our chairs and a cooler up there after dinner. The kids enjoyed just running around the open field while we enjoyed the band. The band was loud and we eventually went back to our site, had our fire and enjoyed the music from there, but it was wrapped up by 9:30 and the camp quieted down pretty quickly. We didn't really get to do much in the area but was told there is a pretty good rail trail nearby. Overall, this was a great weekend and we enjoyed it very much. It's a great place to bring kids too and know that there are activities to keep them busy.

Just a few things to be aware of, however. The camp has a lot of hills and some are pretty steep. We always bring our bikes and love to bike through the campgrounds, but this one is not good for biking. Our little ones had trouble going down the hills because of the loose gravel and we almost had a pretty bad wipe out. Bikes were put away after that. Some of the sites are up hills and might be difficult for some to park their trailers. We watched a fifth wheel try to back up a hill and then turn into a site and couldn't get a grip because of the incline and the loose gravel. I think it's just about getting a site that works for your vehicles. Some of the sites look like they were bigger sites that were then split, but now are two or three separate sites sharing a entryway. Great for a big party with multiple campers, but not great if you're that close to strangers. The road is a loop but shares a long stretch of where traffic goes in both directions. It made for a busy road and made me a little nervous with the kids being on the road. Most people stick to the 5 mph limit, but there were a few that seemed to forget that there were pedestrian's sharing the road. The quiet hours start at 11 p.m. so if you are early to bed, you might hear your neighbors. But once 11 hit, it was quiet.

It was a nice weekend and enjoyed the time with our family. Thanks Pat and Gordon for being great hosts.