COME VACATION WITH US! We are East of Springfield, MA, in a beautiful country setting. We offer easy access for travelers and a great destination area. Visit Old Sturbridge Village or Boston. Many activities for adults and kids.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
If you want to go camping where its a party atmosphere and very noisy every Friday and Saturday night then this place is for you. It also doesn't have cable TV (although I was told it did when I made the reservations) and the WIFI is spotty at best. Don't forget, DO NOT use your GPS to find this place.
I called at the last minute and was able to get in for the night. We have a big rig and were towing a 20' trailer and did not want to unhook. They got us a spot right by the barn (full hookup) and it was great! My husband walked the dogs around the park and was very impressed. We didn't use the restrooms, so no comment. They were playing a movie for the kids (and adults) and it was still quiet. We were on our way home from Maine but will plan on stopping there next year on the way up and back. Very nice people. DO NOT USE YOUR GPS!!!! BE SURE THEY SEND YOU THE CORRECT DIRECTIONS TO THEM! They emailed me (on my phone) and we had no problems other than we were so long to start with!
We stayed here for Columbus Day Weekend. I booked the site very late (only one month from the holiday) and they told me we got the very last RV site they had available. What a beautiful site we got for being the last available. Can't say enough about the beauty of this campground. Campground has many activities for kids of all ages. (I have teenagers)
Although all the sites were full, we felt as if we had plenty of room to ourselves to breath. We had a wonderful time and plan on booking again (sooner this time) for next year.
We stayed here only one night on a return from Maine. I suspect the campground itself is nice, however, it was very noisy the night we were there and the biggest problem that we have with it is the directions that we were given to get in to the campground. Told not to use GPS and given instructions over the phone. Was told to follow campground sign when you get to the dual lane highway of Route 20 West. If you do this, there is a do not enter sign right behind the campground sign. When I see a do not enter sign, I do not enter. Made a left hand turn up a hill with a 90 degree angle and, of course, it was not correct. Had to back all the way back down the road (with the help of a neighbor and our walkie talkies) and stand in the middle of route 20 and stop traffic in order to get turned around and onto the correct road. They should have had us go the the next exit on the Massachusetts Turnpike and come back through Monson and it would have been fine. Don't send people this way, no matter what. Also, the gate cards are a pain in the neck to use. You are in the middle of the country. Do you really need these? Otherwise, we liked it.
What a wonderful park! Quiet, friendly staff, clean pool, and large sites. The seasonal campers were very friendly. Close to the Basketball Hall of Fame and Six Flags New England. The kids found a tennis court nearby and a frisbee golf course too. Pet friendly. The tree art by one of the permanents is outstanding. Would come back 4sure.
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This category addresses the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
E-bnd: From Jct of Int 90 & Rte 32 (exit 8), S 3.5 mi on Rte 32 to Bethany Rd, S 1.0 mi to Brimfield Rd, E 1.0 mi on Brimfield to Town Farm Rd, 0.5 on Town Farm Rd (R); From CT: From Jct of I-84 & Rte 32 (exit 70), N 17 mi on Rte 32 to Brimfield Rd (in town), E 2 mi to Town Farm Rd, N 0.5 mi (R)