This is a very nice campground. The sites are very spacious and wooded (some are "pull-thru" sites that make set-up easy. The restrooms and showers were very clean. The campground is small (31 sites with half of them being tent sites) so it was relatively quiet. When the wind is blowing in a certain direction, the planes going into TF Green Airport (servicing Providence) fly right overhead (luckily they stop around midnight). The owners were very friendly. There is no store (they do sell firewood and ice), no laundy facilities, and no pool (no swimming in the pond either). We enjoyed playing volleyball. It is convenient to the beaches of Rhode Island (we went to Charlestown beach). We camped here in a Hybrid. Overall, we would go back to this campground again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a beautiful campground, very clean and nestled in the woods. There is a pretty rustic pond, along with volleyball, badminton and horseshoes. It is convenient to both Providence and Newport. The owners are very nice and helpful and will sell you tokens for the bridge to Newport, which will save you $1. The roads into the campsite are a little rough and twisty, depending on which way you come in (Purgatory is easier than Hallville). No sewer, and don't use formaldehyde if you want to dump there. Good recycling. The sites are limited to 36' vehicles, and it took us a while to get situated for the electricity and water. The trees are quite lush, and we were unable to point our Internet satellite dish. Also, the cell phone coverage was poor, except, according to the owners, in the field. That is why we gave it a 9 rather than a 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.