Nice park on the beach but it is so big you may be quite a walk to the beach. Most of the sites are a nice size with some grass. All the facilities are WORN OUT the bathrooms, pool etc which is a rip off because the prices are very high even off season. The owners must be piling up the money in their own bank accounts cause they aren't spending any money on the park any more. I don't like to spend $55 a night to "camp" but when the place is really less than average it is really awful.
The river sites are tight and not recommended for big rigs the Pine Grove sites are open and roomy we stayed in a 40 ft 5th wheel. The park is very big with plenty of places to bike it is 5 miles from the Pine Grove to the River. Has hiking trails, canoe rentals, boat tour to an old trappers camp. Great kayaking. Close to the beaches. A nice state park. It is very open from the recent storms that knocked down trees and then they burned the place down with a "Controlled Burn". We are going back here.
This is really the worst campground we ever stayed at for the price. It is clearly not worth $49 a night. The entrance is like coming into Tijuana Mex. The sites are mostly taken by full time campers. They have very wooded sites (you will not see the sun) and a field. There is a nice pool, clubhouse, arcade for the kids, playground, and a nice little fish pond. Everything is old and worn out. The help is very nice, as are the campers, except the volunteer security guard that is a bit like a corrections officer. Considering you could stay in the Keys (Bahai Honda state park)for $25 this is really a rip off, but there are not many choices in Northwest CT.
Nice state park. Large sites mostly shaded that will accommodate any size camper. They have a camp store that is fairly well stocked. Close to the RI beaches. I have camped here for years and the only problem is they say no alcohol but almost every time we have gone here we have had to call the ranger because of drunks (dozens of times). Mostly Spanish is spoken here on the week end.
I've camped here for 50 years. Nice large (huge) sites that will accommodate any size RV. We have a 40 footer. There is NO hook ups or pets. We only go here when we can find someplace for our Pug to stay. Two jetties to fish from. Beach is ok. The Long Island sound is really dirty. It can be very hot here as there are mostly all open sites. Camp fires allowed on off the ground tubs. Three week maximum stay. But many manage to stay all summer taking the best sites! Great place to take the kids.
One of the nicest Ocean side parks in the USA. Beautiful sites on the beach or very near the water. Great kayaking, fishing, boating, biking, sunsets. Nice beach. Very difficult to get in here; it is one of Florida's most sought after sites to camp not only because of its beauty but price. Sunshine Key RV park also on big Pine Key is $110 a night and it is a parking lot. We have camped on the beach here and if, like us, you always dreamed of camping on the beach, remember it can be windy here and the fine gulf sand that looks like sugar will drift around your tent like snow!
This is one of the nicest parks I have ever stayed at. An oasis in the desert, green grass watered daily, a huge lake, trees and excellent facilities. The sites have concrete pads and patio. A casino on premises with inexpensive buffet, pool. This is also a Passport America park.
Nice State Park with pond for boating,fishing and close to RI beaches. NO FACILITIES here and the bathrooms are nearly 3rd world. It has a camp store, playground and a nice area to bike around. Sites are large with fire pits. Spanish is mostly spoken here. The week ends can take on a Cinco de Mayo atmosphere.
This place is a dump. It is like driving through an RV junk yard. Do not attempt to bring a big rig in here. There are 110 sites in here with room enough for maybe 40. It was established in 1968 picture an RV Woodstock you return 4 years later and the people and RV's are still there!