July 22, 2023 - reviewed by Lori
Having had to delay our summer RV trip by 2 months, we headed out of SW Florida to head north to CT. As it was our first trip, we like to get on the road but stop early enough to get the last minute “stuff” put away and work on any issues that arise from the previous year. We also seem to forget how things work. Found this gem 5 hrs from home which was perfect! Large open sites with water, 50amp and concrete pads. $21.00 with residential discount. Quiet, close to 95 and the perfect place to start our trip.
April 30, 2019 - reviewed by DFitz
Spaces are very private. Concrete pads. Stayed here on a Tuesday, so don't know how it gets on the weekends. Would recommend getting a reservation.
January 21, 2019 - reviewed by Haleiwa
Mostly Quiet With A Few Trains
We enjoyed the cement pad, fire ring with fixed benches, grill, picnic table, onsite garbage can, designated tent area and the overall spaciousness of the site. The shower area looked nice. We had one bar of AT&T. There are recycling recepticals roughly 1/2 mile south of the park next to the fire station. There are at least two rather long boardwalks to explore and several trails, some equestrian. We rode our bikes on the dirt roads.
January 12, 2019 - reviewed by Bobbi
Big sites with new cement pad. Can’t even see our neighbors. It is so quiet and perfect. We will be back!
December 8, 2018 - reviewed by BobnLou
Shhhh! Don’t Tell Too Many People ...
... or it will be hard to get a site! There are only 7 sites here, two of them are for “walk-ups” (or drive-ins, LOL). The remaining sites have signs stipulating that you must reserve in advance. TIP: When you arrive with a reservation, just go to your site. There was nobody here when we arrived and we did that. The next morning we found a sign AFTER the turn to campsites that says to do just that. We are on site #3, and we can barely see sites #2 and #4. Lots of space between sites! As others have noted, there are huge new level concrete pads, level mulched pads for tents, electric and water on site. Also covered and secured trash bins at each site, picnic table, charcoal grill, fire ring with grill and two benches around the fire. Trouble is, we don’t know where to buy firewood! The campground host has been gone all day, there is nobody in the ranger station, I’ve asked a someone on horseback who lives locally. Where the heck do you get firewood around here?
September 8, 2018 - reviewed by Marian
Lovely, Quiet Camping
We stayed one night on our way North and couldn't be happier. The campsites are very large, level and well-maintained, and widely spaced. There was more than enough room for our 40' motorhome with toad. The camp host we're very friendly and checked to see that all was well. We would definitely come back
May 4, 2018 - reviewed by Homer Wells
Lots Of Space
Stayed 8 nights...sites are generous in size and level. There are several trails and an elevated walk way (didn't see any gators lol) to explore. Park roads are gravel and nice to ride bikes. The forest appears to be recently planted as there is alot of underbrush. Road noise is very noticeable but seems to subside in the evening. The camp host checked on us daily; very friendly and pleasant to talk to. TV signal very good, att mobile Wi-Fi slow. Would give 5 stars if the bath was closer!
March 10, 2018 - reviewed by Don Nelson
Camping 2 Nights
There are now 7 sites. Water, Electrical 50 & 30 amp, dump station, rest room with showers. Large sites fire ring, grill, picnic table, concrete slab, trash can on site. Have to make reservation. Can hear highway noise and trains. Lots of trees. Good amount of distance between sites.