Used this as a base camp to use the Amusement Park and other area attractions. The sites can range from good sized to small. I think we got the most unlevel site in the park, though (C-1). The sites in the older section of the park seemed to be bigger than in the newer section (Canadian Provinces). Restrooms and showers were clean, but dated, and no paper towels or hand dryers in the restrooms for whatever reason. It gets VERY busy on the weekends, but they patrol constantly and the noise levels are kept to a minimum. We would stay here again.
*Military and DoD Civilian only* This is a military campground and is open to active military, National Guard, Reserves, and DoD civilians. It's a small campground with 9 spots. The spots all seemed to be level. They do not have any pull-through sites, but the sites are plenty big to accommodate a larger RV. The campground is also very close to the beach that is also a part of the base, and is within walking distance. The bath house is fairly modern and was clean, though we were the only family here that weekend. There is also a playground next to the bathhouse. There's an inlet behind the campground where you can go crabbing or fishing. It's also worth checking out the small National Guard History museum while here as well, as it's free. We will be staying here again.
Nice, quiet state park just outside of Boston. Two areas of campground, one area has no hookups at all, the other only has electricity (20 amp only), no sewer hookups. They do have a dump station. There are water spigots throughout the campground, so before you set up, you can fill your freshwater holding tank. When making reservations, it may be a better idea to call the park rather than use Reserve America, as not all the sites are the same size. Some are very narrow, while others are more spacious. Nearly all sites are very shaded. There are miles upon miles of hiking/biking trails throughout the park. The restrooms were fairly modern and nice and clean. There is also a natural spring nearby with nice cold, fresh water. The park was very empty , though we only stayed during the week. They evacuated the park for Hurricane Irene, and refunded the money automatically for the night that were reserved, but not used. All around a good campground, and we would definitely stay here again if in the area.
Nice quiet campground. Gets VERY busy on weekends. We used this campground as a base camp for Gettysburg and Hershey. Lots of trails to hike on, some are not marked though. Could use a little more playground equipment in area A though. Roads are paved, camping pads are gravel. Restrooms are OK and could use a bit of updating. We would stay here again.
Nice quiet park, even on the weekends! This park is VERY out of the way. They do not have a lot of amenities nor activities, but they are close to a lot of attractions. They do not have a pool, but do have a swimming pond. It would be nice if they added just a little bit to their playground area. If your are looking for amenities, this is not for you. If you are looking for peace and quiet, and real camping, then stay here!
This is a county park. It is set up and run similar to state parks. The roads are dirt/gravel so plan on needing to wash your vehicle/RV after staying here. The roads are also pretty winding, not sure how accessable for big rigs. Saw some here, but it must be a tight fit. Also, the water hookups are far from the sites, so bring at least 50 ft of water hose. They also had a wagon ride through the park on Saturday night. Had very shaded sites. Would stay again.
Very nice park. Camp host was friendly and available all times when needed. So much to do here too! We used this as a base camp for Colonial Williamsburg. Sites in the new section were very level, and well maintained. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Pool was free, and huge! Children were brought in from a day camp, which made it pretty crowded for a bit, but not too bad. It's a shame it's so far from where we live as we'd like to come back.