4 star rating
Convenient to Boston and I-495 - Bring Your Own Spotter

We stayed at this campground to have a convenient visit with family members who live in nearby Chelmsford. We met others who were using this campground as a stopping point on their way to Maine and Canada. It's conveniently located for that.

Although the campground is hilly with many tall trees, the sites have been carefully leveled throughout and are laid out to offer some privacy. The campground features a clean, heated swimming pool, game room, pet walk, horseshoes, volleyball court, bocce ball, grocery and supplies store and propane by the pound or gallon.

The cable service offered by the campground has only standard definition analog channels. Trees shading most of the campsites will prevent rooftop satellite antennas from working. Rather than traditional metal fire rings, most sites have stone fire rings. Small cabins are also available.

When we arrived, the owner greeted us and escorted us to our site with his golf cart. Unfortunately he parked his golf cart in a hazardous location. As he was giving us directions to line up our coach in order to back into the site, the tail end of our coach collided with his golf cart, doing about $2,000 worth of damage to our RV. Naturally the owner did not want to assume any responsibility for what happened even though he was giving me detailed directions. Needless to say, when camping here, you should use your own spotter to minimize the potential for damage.

We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.

Written by LewisEdge on July 4, 2014

Repairing the damage to our coach cost about $3,500, which was considerably more than my original estimate. I suggest that you use ONLY someone whom you know and trust to guide you into your campsite.

Written by LewisEdge on September 27, 2014

If you've had a negative experience at this campground and plan to post a review about it be forewarned that you may be banned from staying there again, as we were after posting this review. Though we paid them in full for our stay and even paid them extra for day guests, they declined to accept our reservation request for this coming June 2015.

Written by LewisEdge on April 11, 2015
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