Seaport RV is a great, spacious campground with many amenities and a location close to Mystic. My husband and I were able to ride our bikes into town and also took advantage of the camp store and laundry facilities.
The actual beach isn't too nice; not soft sand, broken shells, and cigarettes. However, the campgrounds have nice facilities like a shop, good showers, a playground, and volleyball courts. Be noted PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED in the summer. We were not aware of this.
This campground has tons of amenities, but it was a little weird for us since there were so many seasonals there. However, they've got a nice pool, a game room, and mini golf for $2/person. There's a winery nearby and Gillette castle within a few minutes. At the back of the property, there's also a fishing pond, which my husband loved. We visited Hartford from this site, which was about 40 min drive.
Burlingame state park is a giant campground with plenty of space in each site. There are bathrooms and a store on site, as well as several dump stations and water fill ups. There are no hookups. The pond has a nice beach area with a life guard. No outside firewood is allowed, so make sure to buy it in park.
You can't really beat the price and location combo of Charlestown breachway. There are no hookups or even a dump station, but your site may overlook the channel and is only a very short walk away from the beach. There are toilets; only RV camping is allowed, and the units must be self contained. Stay as long as you can, then you can dump and refill your water at Burlingame State Park for free with registration and the breachway.
We absolutely loved our stay at Wompatuck! There are paved bike trails all throughout the park plus a fun stunt track! Electric was recently added to a large amount of the sites, and there are water spigots available to fill at. There are also benches and fire rings. Drive over to the coast to see the views, and catch a commuter train into Boston.
We loved this site as a place to explore Acadia National park from. Definitely check out ship harbor trail and the seawall, both very close and walking distance from the campground. There is also a shuttlebus that runs from the campground all day, which will take you all the way to bar harbor and throughout the island and park. There are no hookups and limited generator hours, but there is a dump site and water available to fill. There are toilets but no showers at the grounds.
This park was a great find, considering all other campgrounds in the area are so expensive. It's literally right on the water, and there's a beach available on site. There's also a hiking trail. Shower facilities are nice, too. We were put in overflow parking, though it had a prettier view than a site would've. There are no hookups and fairly strict generator hours.
We enjoyed our stay at Newfound RV Park thanks to their laundry facilities, rec room, and quirky owner. It was a great place to explore Newfound lake from, as well as the Mill Fudge Factory. Our site was full hookup and a pull through site. We used a Passport America discount here.
We thought we would be able to see the mountain area from this campground, though it wasn't close enough. Our cell service was completely gone here, and it felt like we were in the middle of nowhere. The creek wasn't anything special, though it was nice that they had a store and laundry.
This has been one of our favorite campsites so far. We loved being able to walk down to the beach, as well as having full hookups. We also met the nicest people here. You can purchase firewood at the office, and there are also propane options. It was peaceful here yet also a fun place.
We stayed here while exploring the Adirondacks and Lake Placid. It was a fairly priced and good place to stay, though it did rain most of our time there. There are water spigots and limited generator hours, but we didn't run it except to make coffee. The office staff are very friendly, and there are great recycling options. Our site was kind of a bare patch of grass, though it worked for us.
Watkins Glen was absolutely beautiful. The sites are quite wooded with plenty of space in between. We stayed in a 30 ft. motorhome, and the roads within the campground were kind of tight to get through with trees and curves. The gorge trail is a MUST. Definitely go check this campsite out!
This campground is situated with a beautiful view of Lake Ontario, which is even better at sunset. Bathrooms are nice and there is a laundry room. Site space is ample and there is a fire ring and table at each site. We stayed here to visit Niagara Falls and loved it. Would recommend.
We stayed at Raccoon Creek State Park while attending a wedding near Pittsburgh, as it was one of the closest campgrounds. We really enjoyed our stay. There were water spigots very near the campsite, as well as a very nice camp host who was great to have conversation with. The showers might scald you, though, so be careful! We had a great time exploring the trails and biking around the park, but be prepared for plenty of hills. We stayed here for a week and really enjoyed our stay.