Nice campground, and a large one. We were on the upper part in the nice sunshine. The lower part was in a nice wooded area, would be a good place to escape the heat. Very much a family orientated park, we were there after Labor Day, so it was quiet. Nice place to stay will definitely stay again when in the area
Very nice park, we were here after Labor day so it was very quite. I would imagine it would be very busy during the summer months. We had the park to ourselves except for the workers. This is 8 miles off I-80, but it was well work it, nice and quite place. Our rate of $21.50 a night are with our Passport America discount and we had 30 amp. Weather was good and didn't really need 50. Would definitely stay here again in the fall.
Nothing fancy about this park, but it is very convenient for an overnight stay. At the exit off I91N, (ext8) there is a Walmart and lots of other shopping. We don't us a GPS, just maps and read addresses. I tell you this because we thought we were lost. When getting off I-91 you are in New Haven and the building numbers are okay, but then you get into North Branford and the number start over, so don't panic. The park is well marked on the left, you first see the mobile park, it is marked where to go and park for the RV's. We didn't notice the house to register, but called the number and host came to use to collect. Will use again when in the area.
Nice park .... Saw Mill road was a little scary, it is definetly a one vehicle road, but if you know what you are doing, you will be fine. Our motorhome with tow is 62 ft long and we were just fine. The pull thrus they have are 40ft long, so we unhooked out truck. People there are all very friendly... most are permanent, but very nice. There is a little snack bar there and we enjoyed that. This would probably a very busy place during the summer, but it was fairly quiet when we were there after Labor Day on a Saturday. Would visit this spot again.
Good place for and overnight stay. When verifying directions with MapQuest use address 259 S. Dupont. And in the Woodalls book it says 50 Ft. where US 40 and US 13 divide, it is really right at the actually divide. There is a Walmart just down the road on the right, you could walk there. But when leaving if you are headed east and want to get on I295, just go down to the WalMart, pull into the parking lot, go out toward Wilton (the street that runs in front of WalMart) turn left onto Wilton, go to the light, cross over US 40/US30, you'll be turning left on to US 40E this will take you back up to I295.
Nice park ... the road getting to the park is narrow and they are hard dirt ..... But the park is nice, small lake in the middle of the main part of the park. Mostly permanents park there. We stayed two nights. Would stay again.
Nice location. There is a very steep driveway to get up but other then that it is okay to get through. Road is a bit bumpy but not bad. Had a big pull thru. Lots of seasonal people, but all very friendly. Well worth the stay. Nice area well worth the stay.
This was a terrible Encore park. If you have anything over 32ft, do not use this park. We had a 40ft RV and it was awful. Roads are narrow, corners are tight .... my husband is excellent in driving our big rig but this place was a challenge. None of the campsites we saw were level, all had a hill or a tree in the way. Just don't know how some of those people got there rig in there. As for getting to the office, but a hill and a narrow circle drive. We unhooked the toad and he still had to back up the RV to get out.
Nice big park and management were very friendly. They delivered to our RV two fresh chocolate chip cookies and a sample of quick mix hash brown. Nice little restaurant on site. They have lots of flavors of ice cream. We don't usually stay at KOA's because we have had bad experience's with them. But there wasn't many choices on I-70 and we were ready to stop. I would recommend this KOA to all. We were there during the week so it was quite. On weekends it does get busy.
Nice park and a busy place. If you are really interested in horses, this is the place to be. All sights are back-in and they have three dump stations, so no problem. All sites have plenty of room, so have more trees and shade then others. We were just here overnight. Easy to get to; just followed the instructions from Map Quest.
Nice KOA . We have had bad experiences with KOAs so usually stay away from them, but traveling on I-79 there were very few RV parks, so gave this a try. You do have to be careful getting there. I used the directions from Map Quest and got there great. When they say behind the Days Hotel they mean just that. Register at the Days Hotel. And there is a buffet after 5 PM at the hotel you can use. The meal is wonderful.
Great park, very friendly staff. We only stayed overnight but will definitely go back again and stay longer. Small road going in so beware, but we thought it was worth it once we got there. Our 40 foot RV + towed = 62 feet long fit just fine. A nice gentleman escorted us in and went to the store for milk, they didn't have what we needed and someone was going into to town and they picked it up for us. There are a lot of permanent trailers but when we were there it was all quiet.
This was a nice park for the location. We were only five miles from the Falls and the tour agent was on the RV grounds, which was handy. The tour bus picked us up and brought us back. WalMart was only two miles down the road. There was a lot of traffic on the road but it is a main road. When we called to make sure they had room and we were told check in was 1 PM. If you show up early they would charge you $10 per hour, so be aware.