While driving through the area our GPS died, and we stopped here to purchase batteries from the camp store. We did not spend the night but the owner invited us to walk our dog and take a break from driving, which we thought was a wonderful gesture. The park is small, quiet, and looked well kept. My wife took a brochure, we plan on spending a night here next season.
We stayed at 5 campgrounds while in Connecticut and while this one was quite nice, the cost was exorbitant, and the staff exhibited the typical cockiness we have noticed in most KOA parks we have stayed at in the past; it was quite off-putting. We may stop again if we need to but not for more then a day.
While traveling north from the Connecticut shoreline we stopped here for 2 nights. The facilities are well kept, and the staff was pleasant, but they seemed annoyed to answer our questions about the park, and when we asked for other parks to travel to they acted as if they were the only one that mattered. The site we were on had full hookups but was on the smaller side and not worth the $55.00 they charged us. Overall the stay was nice but I think we will try another park next time we are in that area.
We have never stayed in this park before, and it was recommended by a friend. I must say it is one of the nicer parks I have ever been to. My wife and I have been traveling around the country for almost 13 years, and we would definitely stay again! The young man and young lady working in the office were perhaps the nicest we have come across on our journeys; they took pride in their work. They put us on a wonderful site right on the river's bend and we turned our 2 night stopover into a 2 week stay because we loved it so much. We have already made reservations for next fall, and I would highly recommend the park, just be sure to call ahead as they say they book quickly during the summer months and holidays