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48 Reviews of 8 Branch Village, Rhode Island Campgrounds
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.
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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Didn't expect not to have bathrooms, just porta pots. Enjoyed the hiking around lake Washington!
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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.
It's hard to find much information about this equestrian, first come, first serve campground in Connecticut's Pachaug State Forest. The best source I could find…
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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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Beautiful campground and well maintained. I'd recommend it to anyone.
We were able to secure a spot at Charlestown Breachway in Charlestown, Rhode Island during peak season, July 17-19.. Due to Covid-19, Charlestown was forced to reduce capacity to 50 percent. This is a very popular place to come to during the summer, so make sure you are booking way in advance to…
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Myles Standish is ENORMOUS and has several campgrounds that are miles apart spanning more than one town.
I did a review on our stay at Curlew Pond Campground and it can be found at the Dyrt's page for that campground:
There are many loops here. Some
Spots run closer to main road than others so you can hear the cars go by. Nice ponds. Decent place. Some sites are on slight inclines and have a lot of roots so it makes having more than one tent hard. Some nice pond views. Bathrooms were not cleaned during our stay…
Convenient location, but still let’s you get away. Nice wooded sites. Only complaint about Massachusetts state parks is no alcohol even while sitting in your site.
When you are sitting by the campfire, sometimes, chilling with a beer or another adult beverage is nice. Not in Massachusetts State Parks. No alcohol allowed. Too bad. The place has nice level sites and close to the Cape.
I love this place. Been coming here since I was a kid. Its only gotten better. Newer amenities. Clean andre you have many options in regards to Vvollege Pond, Fairings Pond and more. Miles of paved bike trails. Can be a bit congested at times but great place.