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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…
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.
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.
Very nice folks, great sites with A LOT of space between them. Spectacular views and wild turkeys, deer, etc..
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Staff and all are very friendly
Normandy Farm Family RV Park is one of the best of the best in the USA. It is located easily off RT 495 and not far off Rt 95 in Foxboro MA. It has all amenities one would want, kids are safe and lots to do. They have a small fishing pond, a number of pools, hot tub etc. Lots to do around the…
This campground is a lovely campground we went with my family and children lots of things to do we had a blast
Not that far from Route 495. Clean and good for kids. Not a place that I'd want to be for more than a couple days.
Stayed on an rv site for 1 week this past summer. Had a great time, kids had a blast with the boat rentals and fishing.
Saw they have 2 yurts for rent as well.
Staff was incredibly freindly and gave us restaurant recommendations around the area.
About 5 min from great hiking at purgatory…
Bowdish Lake Camping Area is the worst campground we have ever been to and we travel fulltime! Their website states: $1,800-$3,600 per season (look for yourself on their website if you don’t believe me). We get there after reserving site Blue 65. They then charged us $3,900. Why? We have no idea!…
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Nice spot right over the Cape Cod Canal. Spent many summers here as a kid and was fun to return with my family. We did tent camping here and didn't really explore the grounds. But, our spot was nice. I could hear the cars on the highway off in the distance (hardly).
This state forest campground is located just over the Sagamore bridge, across the Cape Cod canal. It's a basic, no-frills campground, with more than half the sites designated as tent only; a few of the sites are designated for tent/pop-up. The tent sites tend to be on short spurs that may be hilly…
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This small state park campground offers basic campsites with running water and showers, open Memorial Day to Columbus Day. This is NOT Wolf's Den Family Campground in E. Haddam, CT. Also, be aware there are 2 campgrounds at this State Park; the other one, Mashamoquet Brook, does not offer…
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We stayed here for a season and loved it! The staff from the front desk to the front gate are incredibly friendly and welcoming!
Front office is open late (9pm)
Offers wood, ice, fire starters, hoses and adapter cap for gray water drain.
Amazing views of…
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