Gentile's Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

223 Mount Tobe Rd. (Rt 262), Plymouth, CT 06782

Good Sam Verified Campground
(4 reviews) 2.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8.5
Restrooms 10
Appeal 10
(4 reviews) 2.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews

BEAUTIFUL AND RELAXING GETAWAY

We pride ourselves on our clean, friendly & safe environment. There’s plenty of fun on-site & off, including: Swimming Pool, Basketball, Baseball, Bocci Ball, Picnic Grove, Volleyball, Kiddie Korner, Tennis, Horseshoes & More

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Address

223 Mount Tobe Rd. (Rt 262)
Plymouth, CT, 06782

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Campground
Emergency Phone
Control access gate
Dump station
Eco-friendly park
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Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: All Weather
Table at site
Total spaces: 150
Spaces available: 140
Seasonal Sites: 10
Site length: 80
Max length: 80
All-Weather sites: 140
Pull-thru size: 30 x 80
Pull-thrus: 2
Back-in size: 30 x 40
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Mostly
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Number of full hookups: 110
Number of water: 30
Number of electric: 30
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Snack bar
Table at site
Snack bar
Table at site
Dog park
ATM
Worship services
Fire rings
ATM
Worship services
Fire rings

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Tennis
Outdoor games
Mini golf
Outdoor games
Mini golf
Playground
Enclosed game room
Pavilion
Horseshoes
Enclosed game room
Pavilion
Horseshoes

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
ATV riding
Boating
ATV riding
Mountain biking

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Fall, Winter

Family Camping
A Wholesome, Family Friendly Get-Away: We keep it Safe & Fun

Life-long memories are made here! Activities for all ages. On-Site: Beautiful Swimming Pool, Mini-Golf, Playgrounds & More! Camp roads are paved and have street lights. Just minutes from Lake Compounce Amusement & Water Park.

Military Discount

2.5 (4 reviews) 2.5 out of 5 stars from 4 reviews
Facility
2.5
Restroom
3.3
Appeal
2.7
What is being rated?
3 3 out of 5 stars 11/15/2022

This is a family-owned campground in a great location. The owners are very friendly and accommodating, it is a fun and relaxing place to camp. They offer a variety of activities for all. There have been great improvements after the Covid-19 pandemic in the overall appearance of the campground with removing of unsightly old campers, ground maintenance, installing utilities and leveling the sites. Completed remodeling projects during the 2022 camping season: - Upgraded Wi-Fi system - Public bathrooms -... Read More

This is a family-owned campground in a great location. The owners are very friendly and accommodating, it is a fun and relaxing place to camp. They offer a variety of activities for all. There have been great improvements after the Covid-19 pandemic in the overall appearance of the campground with removing of unsightly old campers, ground maintenance, installing utilities and leveling the sites. Completed remodeling projects during the 2022 camping season: - Upgraded Wi-Fi system - Public bathrooms - Swimming pool area Scheduled remodeling projects for the 2023 camping season: - Recreation Hall - Playgrounds With the continued improvements already made, projects completed, projects scheduled for next season and the future, this campground is flirting with a 4-Star Rating!
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3 3 out of 5 stars 06/08/2021

This is a family owned park run by some very nice people. Security is great, with gates to prevent people from entering or exiting the campground without a pass. Wifi is terrific, some of the best I have ever encountered. In addition this park has the best water pressure I've ever seen in an RV park. We arrived in a 37' class A diesel. We scraped the skids coming up the driveway. I'm not certain we would have made it in with a longer rig. The highway leading into the campground showed multiple... Read More

This is a family owned park run by some very nice people. Security is great, with gates to prevent people from entering or exiting the campground without a pass. Wifi is terrific, some of the best I have ever encountered. In addition this park has the best water pressure I've ever seen in an RV park. We arrived in a 37' class A diesel. We scraped the skids coming up the driveway. I'm not certain we would have made it in with a longer rig. The highway leading into the campground showed multiple gouges dug into the asphalt. Our space was adequate in length and width, but the road leading to the space was very narrow and we had difficulty backing into our space. There were rocks along the edge of road that were not visible underneath the brush, which caused us some difficulty while backing in. We were next to a monthly camper whose campsite was digusting. There were both empty and full liquor bottles and beer cans scattered about. At one point the folks at this site lit a fire in the fire ring and then left. We reported this to the office and the campers next to us did make some effort at cleaning up the mess. However after that, we didn't see them anymore? We used our site as a base of operations and did not avail ourselves of any of the campground amenities. Based on the difficulty of getting our rig into and out of the campground, we would not return. With a smaller rig or a 5th wheel or tow behind, it might not be a problem.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 10/27/2020

The Campground is in a beautiful location in the hills of Connecticut. That being said, the campground is in dire need of clean-up and refurbishment. Further, although the bath-house/restrooms were very clean, they were not handicap/mobility impaired friendly. No grab rails or bars in at least one commode or shower stall. Many of the sites were crumbling and overgrown and we were charged $2.50 a day for electricity when we were checking out, on top of $48.00 a day for a site that only provided... Read More

The Campground is in a beautiful location in the hills of Connecticut. That being said, the campground is in dire need of clean-up and refurbishment. Further, although the bath-house/restrooms were very clean, they were not handicap/mobility impaired friendly. No grab rails or bars in at least one commode or shower stall. Many of the sites were crumbling and overgrown and we were charged $2.50 a day for electricity when we were checking out, on top of $48.00 a day for a site that only provided electricity and water. The Pump out station is located at an upper level of the campground, making it difficult to navigate with a tow-behind. If you plan an extended stay, bring your own black water hauler, or plan to hook up and tow your unit to the pump-out station, if you fill your tank. This campground was probably a wonderful family campground at one time, but sorely needs cleaning up and refurbishment. In our opinion, does not rate the high marks it's received from the Good Sam Club.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 10/14/2020

Yes nice wooded site BUT it's expensive at $48. A night plus $2.50 ea day for electric plus .25 cents to to use bath house showers- yes you must pay to use Water & shower. Also no sewer/black water so you have to Do pump out. Roads are narrow & in poor repair. Site was uneven broken asphalt & rocks.

3 3 out of 5 stars 11/15/2022

This is a family-owned campground in a great location. The owners are very friendly and accommodating, it is a fun and relaxing place to camp. They offer a variety of activities for all. There have been great improvements after the Covid-19 pandemic in the overall appearance of the campground with removing of unsightly old campers, ground maintenance, installing utilities and leveling the sites. Completed remodeling projects during the 2022 camping season: - Upgraded Wi-Fi system - Public bathrooms -... Read More

This is a family-owned campground in a great location. The owners are very friendly and accommodating, it is a fun and relaxing place to camp. They offer a variety of activities for all. There have been great improvements after the Covid-19 pandemic in the overall appearance of the campground with removing of unsightly old campers, ground maintenance, installing utilities and leveling the sites. Completed remodeling projects during the 2022 camping season: - Upgraded Wi-Fi system - Public bathrooms - Swimming pool area Scheduled remodeling projects for the 2023 camping season: - Recreation Hall - Playgrounds With the continued improvements already made, projects completed, projects scheduled for next season and the future, this campground is flirting with a 4-Star Rating!
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3 3 out of 5 stars 06/08/2021

This is a family owned park run by some very nice people. Security is great, with gates to prevent people from entering or exiting the campground without a pass. Wifi is terrific, some of the best I have ever encountered. In addition this park has the best water pressure I've ever seen in an RV park. We arrived in a 37' class A diesel. We scraped the skids coming up the driveway. I'm not certain we would have made it in with a longer rig. The highway leading into the campground showed multiple... Read More

This is a family owned park run by some very nice people. Security is great, with gates to prevent people from entering or exiting the campground without a pass. Wifi is terrific, some of the best I have ever encountered. In addition this park has the best water pressure I've ever seen in an RV park. We arrived in a 37' class A diesel. We scraped the skids coming up the driveway. I'm not certain we would have made it in with a longer rig. The highway leading into the campground showed multiple gouges dug into the asphalt. Our space was adequate in length and width, but the road leading to the space was very narrow and we had difficulty backing into our space. There were rocks along the edge of road that were not visible underneath the brush, which caused us some difficulty while backing in. We were next to a monthly camper whose campsite was digusting. There were both empty and full liquor bottles and beer cans scattered about. At one point the folks at this site lit a fire in the fire ring and then left. We reported this to the office and the campers next to us did make some effort at cleaning up the mess. However after that, we didn't see them anymore? We used our site as a base of operations and did not avail ourselves of any of the campground amenities. Based on the difficulty of getting our rig into and out of the campground, we would not return. With a smaller rig or a 5th wheel or tow behind, it might not be a problem.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 10/27/2020

The Campground is in a beautiful location in the hills of Connecticut. That being said, the campground is in dire need of clean-up and refurbishment. Further, although the bath-house/restrooms were very clean, they were not handicap/mobility impaired friendly. No grab rails or bars in at least one commode or shower stall. Many of the sites were crumbling and overgrown and we were charged $2.50 a day for electricity when we were checking out, on top of $48.00 a day for a site that only provided... Read More

The Campground is in a beautiful location in the hills of Connecticut. That being said, the campground is in dire need of clean-up and refurbishment. Further, although the bath-house/restrooms were very clean, they were not handicap/mobility impaired friendly. No grab rails or bars in at least one commode or shower stall. Many of the sites were crumbling and overgrown and we were charged $2.50 a day for electricity when we were checking out, on top of $48.00 a day for a site that only provided electricity and water. The Pump out station is located at an upper level of the campground, making it difficult to navigate with a tow-behind. If you plan an extended stay, bring your own black water hauler, or plan to hook up and tow your unit to the pump-out station, if you fill your tank. This campground was probably a wonderful family campground at one time, but sorely needs cleaning up and refurbishment. In our opinion, does not rate the high marks it's received from the Good Sam Club.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 10/14/2020

Yes nice wooded site BUT it's expensive at $48. A night plus $2.50 ea day for electric plus .25 cents to to use bath house showers- yes you must pay to use Water & shower. Also no sewer/black water so you have to Do pump out. Roads are narrow & in poor repair. Site was uneven broken asphalt & rocks.

223 Mount Tobe Rd. (Rt 262), Plymouth, CT 06782
Coordinates: 41.629408, -73.048408
Elevation:

Directions
From jct US 6 & CT Hwy 8: Go 3 mi S on CT Hwy 8 (exit 37), then 1/4 mi E on Echo Lake Road, then 3/4 mi S on Hwy 262, then 2 mi E on Spruce Brook Road (R)

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