We stayed here for 2 days in late September. Had the Wi-Fi worked from the motorhome, we would have stayed the rest of the time in Branson. WiFi worked close to the office area. I used an empty campsite across from the office and it worked well from there, but our site was just 3 sites down the hill and I could only "see" the network, but not connect. The roads could use some repair, but that would not keep me from staying there. We had to block the downhill side of the motor home about 3-4 inches, but I don't mind. Some sites are fairly narrow due to trees, but not too hard to maneuver into if you listen to your spouse. This is a very treed campground, and I would think beautiful when the leaves change colors. Good range of TV channels. Owner is on site and very friendly. Quiet area. I would think close to the road could be a bit noisy as there is quite a bit of traffic going by. We heard none since we were over the hill a bit. Didn't use the laundry, but the sister-in-law said it was nice & clean, and had more machines than the 4 (of each) we have now. As I said earlier, would not have left except for the Wi-Fi. Did not like the stretch of road from Branson to the campground after dark - twisting and up and down. Not good visibility at night, but fine in the daytime. I would stay there again if I didn't care about Wi-Fi. We stayed in a 35 footer with a slide on each side and had plenty of room in the front for our tow vehicle.
Thought this was a good park. Arrived without a reservation and got 2 nights with water & electric, then moved to a full hookup site. Cable is good, but WiFi is a bit spotty, but was able to use it most of the time. The campground is hilly, and the roads are narrow, but we were able to move our 35' motor home to our first site with the car attached - the site was at the back of the campground, so we had to drive through a good deal of the campground. You do need to be aware of where the trees are, and will need to pull forward and backup again for some sites. The staff was friendly and helpful. Even have designed their own brochure with information on how to get to some of the major places of interest. They're about 30 miles north east of Boston, an easy drive to parking lots for the Boston transit system. Overall, an above average campground for New England. We would stay here again.
A great state park. We camped there to explore Cape Cod. Had paved roads and parking spaces which is unusual in New England. Overall appearance was great. Obviously many people consider this a good camping site as, even after Labor Day, it is not easy to find spaces to reserve. Even though there no sewer hookups, we would strongly recommend this campground to others.
There were 4 positives about our stay at the Village Green Campground. The office staff was very friendly, the price was right, the sites for overnighters were large and easy to get into, and it was the closest campground to our intended destination in Brimfield. On the negative side, the electrical power fluctuated from about 117 volts to less than 102 volts (where our EMS unit shut off power to the motor home due to low voltage to prevent damage to electrical components - that happened continually), water pressure was extremely low, the overall appearance of the area around the office area was cluttered, and half of the washers (2 of 4) and one of the 4 dryers in the laundry were not working. Most of the spaces are extended stay sites, but the overnight spaces are isolated from them by trees, the laundry/restroom building, and the rec center While not highly satisfied with this campground, we would stay here again under the same circumstances. There were other campgrounds west of Brimfield that we did not visit, and we would check them out before staying at the Village Green next time.