the dyrt
Tracy D.
Colchester, CT
Joined August 2018
Retired. Travel with our senior dog and cat. Love camping and meeting people along the way.
Older but lots to do

The campground is older, and the roads/driveways need work. For those looking for newer facilities, this isn't the place. There are no 50 amp sites. The rec hall and the bath houses are old, but we don't mind the old fashioned spots at times. Reminds me of camping as a kid. There are a lot of activities for the kids and adults. Shuffleboard, bocci ball, fishing, bingo, playground, pit luck dinners, etc. There is wifi available.

There are a lot of seasonal campers which can sometimes feel like you're intruding on their space. There is a page of rules to follow, the seasonals ignore them.

There is no black water hookup, only gray water. You have to have them clean out the black or dump on the way out.

Beautiful wooded sites

From the minute we drove in we knew we would enjoy it here. Most sites are among the trees and there are plenty of them for large motorhomes and fifth wheels. Very clean. No seasonal sites. Nice pool, bocci ball, horseshoes, basketball, etc. close to 495 but quiet

mostly seasonal sites

The rates were reasonable, and the grounds were clean, but its mostly seasonal sites with 3 or 4 rows for daily camping up front. There are lots of kids, which doesn't bother us, but they run through the sites on their bikes. One of the things we love about camping is meeting friendly people along the way. It wasn't that welcoming feeling here. Some were almost rude.

Nice wooded area and friendly staff

Its located in a nice country setting. There are plently of different sites to choose from. Lots to do - swimming pool, mini golf, basketball. There's also a nice hiking area with a big pond with benches. Our only complaint was one of the seasonal families was allowed to be loud late into the night. We found it inconsiderate.