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We needed a campsite for one night, normally a 2 night minimum, but the lady obliged. W/30E/S. Our site unlike the pull throughs was grass but it was firm enough. When you first pull in nice/ camp store. I would gladly stay here again.
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Beautiful campground in a nice central location nearby several nice towns in Central Massachusetts. The hiking is some of the best I have seen from a campground in the area, with a huge system of trails which are all very well marked. These trails vary greatly in terms of difficulty, a few of the…
This place is terrible!! First and last time I book a stay before physically looking at the place myself ! Fist thing you see as you drive in is a trailer junk yard full of broken down trailers. Then as you continue you see the giant dumpsters that no one can seem to get the trash into the dumpster…
We had such a fun time and our dog loves it! The only bad part is we were very far from the bathrooms and tons of mosquitoes. We definitely will be coming back in the near future!
I rung the bell and there's no service, no phone , there's campers on the ground...... Also its like a dirt hole on the middle of the woods and the office looks like it's falling apart
Harold Parker is pretty basic as it comes. It’s a nice place for sure. Lots of hiking. All the sites are very wooded. And there’s some sites along a river for fishing and such. Plenty of bath houses spread out through out the grounds. The weather happened to be pretty nice. A little windy at…
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If you have kids, good place to camp. Nice tall pine trees, clean camp, friendly staff. Sites are very close together and there was a constant stream of you doing adults driving around the campground in golf carts...got to be annoying. Cell service was good.
We really liked this park! It was clean, very well cared for, supper nice people and a decent price ($43/night) for camping in coastal New England. The park recently added new 50 amp full hook-up sites(some of which are pull-thrus) so there are plenty of options for big-rigs. Half of the park is…
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The electrical post and water hookup were placed way behind our site and we could not reach even with our 40’ electrical cord. Park staff told us we could back onto the grass in order to reach the electric and since the ground was hard packed sand we were able to do that. All sites have a picnic…
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Didn't expect not to have bathrooms, just porta pots. Enjoyed the hiking around lake Washington!
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Took a friend for his first camping experience to this site. Lots of great trails nearby if you want to bring your bike and ride. There was a music festival happening nearby and it got loud after midnight. Good times.
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Went during COVID and they had every other campsite closed for social distancing. Was a great retreat from the work from home grind. Take a hiking around the pond and soak up the sunset!
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Myles Standish has a little bit of everything: hikes, swimming and easy access from Boston area. Depending on the time of year other campers can be loud. Great swimming spot for the family.
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Beautiful Campground God has many trails to wake as well as a few places to swim. Great place to get away for a little while.