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I think they have over 800 camping sites, no hookups, they do have water spouts around. The bathrooms and showers are in decent condition, heads up the showers are coin operated, so bring your quarters! The lake is beautiful, the sites are pretty secluded from each other considering how close they…
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Excellent campground. Friendly staff. Clean campground and bathrooms. Level sandy campsites. Tons of things to do close by. Bus stop right at main entrance to campground. Towns are close. Plenty to do in towns. Clean close beaches.
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The campground was easy to find and drive around in. Clean level campsite with hard sand base. Very friendly staff. Close to all the towns for activities, beaches, and dining. Bus stop right at front of campground. Very reasonable price for being able to stay on Martha’s Vineyard. Easy booking…
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Staff is hostile and rude site is crowded and unattractive it’s expensive $40 per night. We were evicted because we have a Nature’s Head composting Toilet. They require plumbed in black water.
We've stayed here twice due to its proximity to Mystic. The grounds are ok at best with most of the activities closed. Staff is very rude. A good example; "How can I get change for the laundry facilities?" to which the staff member at the front office replied "ummmm ask?". Due to its proximity to…
We enjoyed our stay here. My parents stayed in a bunkhouse and my husband and I stayed on the adjacent site. Bunkhouse is very basic but clean. Sites are well spaced with lots of types to choose from. More wooded, close to beach, open fields.
Cute place Only downside our site didn’t have a picnic table. Had to drag neighboring site table. Heard lots of traffic from local highway.
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.
Staff and all are very friendly
We love the town of Mystic and all there is to do and see. The KOA is in a good location to visit downtown and nearby attractions. This is a typical KOA that has lots of things to do for kids and families but was so crowded. The pool is very popular but there are plenty of other things for kids to…
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Hopeville Pond is a moderate sized state park campground located along a river and offering fishing, boating, and swimming opportunities. Some of the site have 50A/20A electric hookups and there’s a dump station available.There’s a small boat ramp without trailer parking Neither pets nor alcohol…
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We stayed at Mystic KOA for four nights over the summer. The campground staff did a great job managing the Covid regulations… We were able to use the pool, facilities and the store and never felt that we were compromised. During our stay we enjoyed our campsite as it was close to the pool. The…
Scusset Beach offers an extended camping season, although the extended season is restricted to self-contained units as the restrooms are turned off. Also, there are only 5 designated tent sites during the peak season, so if you want to tent camp here, you'd best make a reservation well in…
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