This is a quiet place. I liked the fact that most of the transients were in one area towards the front the park near most of the activities such as the swimming pool with water slide, mini-golf, playground, and basketball court and small pond. The seasonals are in the back section of the park. Most sites are larger than you normally find and nearly all are back-ins. There is a mix of shaded sites but there are also some sites in full sun on grass. They serve food on Friday nights that is quite good and reasonably priced as well as a nice convenience when arriving on a Friday evening and just want to relax. We like the chowder and clam cakes. Upcoming: We heard that the campground is adding a 2nd water slide that will certainly ease the long lines on those hot summer days.
If you have never been to a camping resort, this one comes with a warning. Do not go to NFCG as you will be spoiled and disappointed when you visit other resort campgrounds. This is one of the nicest (if not the nicest) campground in New England. Actually as I type this, I'm wondering why I'm doing so. It will just encourage more of you to visit and this is already a tough place to get into. I'm one of those folks that stand outside every year in the cold on March 15 to get reservations/sites that I want for the following year. That's right, I stand in line in the cold dark, pre-dawn New England winter on March 15, 2007 to make reservations for the 2008 camping season. If this park had a large pond for boating and fishing or was on the ocean it would be utopia.