Well maintained park the campground is full of hiking trails and areas to fish on multiple ponds the sites are your average size and are kept clean. The park is open year around and even has shelters to rent for winter. They is a sledding hill and cross country skiing paths to use. I always have a great time here it is quiet and helps you get away to nature
this is a quiet park with fairly level campsites updated power to upper loop kids can play in creek. the lower loop you can see small children ride around the loop and watch them gain their independence but still have a eye one them friendly atmosphere of all the campers there is hiking,fishing, biking, and parks for the little ones fair shower houses could be updated but fair for the price
Sprague Brook is a beautiful Stee Park. Not many sites, limited sites with electric, and sporadic water spikes. We fill up when we go. They do have a dump station.
Great place for the kids, playgrounds, hiking and the beautiful creek.
We visit at least once a year.
Sprague Brook is a smaller, clean, well maintained ground. There are a lot of tent sites, a few sites have electricity but most do not. There is a play area for kids every time you turn around and a nice little pond for fishing. For what it is, it's a very nice spot if you're looking for a less wild camping experience. You definitely won't be getting lost in the woods around here! But for many families with small kids, it would be a wonderful place that isn't too far off the beaten track, but still offers trails, fishing, and sometimes there are activities for the campers. If you, like me, tend to prefer camping to NOT include seeing other humans, this is not the place for us! The trails are easily followed, bathrooms and showers are about average for places like this (not spotless, a bit buggy, but they do the tricks they were made for!).