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Date of Stay:
October, 2015 -
We first camped here in 2014. There is a lot to do here on the weekends. From Luau's and pig roasts to country hoe downs, carnivals, family dinners, dances and community fires, this place makes you feel at home. I heard all the bad reviews when the prior owners had the place but the new co-op has turned things around and are constantly improving the look and grounds of the campground. They have 2 well maintained pools and a hot tub. Large play space area for the kids, a covered pavilion, and well maintained laundry facilities. The bathrooms are heated and very clean. Free showers with large dressing areas. Everyone we have come across treats you like family. We have had such positive experiences here we are becoming seasonal campers next year here. We camped at Hemlock Hill Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
November, 2014 -
I have camped here for the last 2 years. We bought our camper in 2013 late spring so getting a spot in a private campground was hard to come by. We were able to get one of the fewer shaded spots there. The site was clean, the facilities were always kept up. There were no fire rings/or pits you had to bring in your own. The noise level was loud during the early evening, but the park rangers enforced quiet hours. They offered movies on the weekends and some activities. The playground was a hit with the kids. We have overall enjoyed camping here. We camped at Hammonasset Beach State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
August, 2014 -
It was a busy week/weekend. The site we were given was an empty seasonal site, it was close to the pool and bathrooms and was a decent size. We stayed for the week, and I regret it. The bathrooms were disgusting, the main bathroom had raw sewage all over the floors and always had a bad smell; also the trash that was there on that Sunday was still there on Thursday. I had to go to the other end of the campground to use the facilities, and most of the time our small bathroom in the camper to shower. Then the grey water started to back up in our camper because of issues they were having. The playground was older, and didn't look too safe. The activity area was ok the only issue up there is that is where they dump the sewage from the septic tanks. So the smell was pretty atrocious. The children enjoyed the splash pad and mini golf. If the bathrooms were cleaned and updated and they had larger septic tanks it would be fine. I guess for the seasonal camper its no big deal as they have bathrooms big enough to use. They also offered site trash pick up daily which was convenient. They also had decent crafts to do with the kids and children's activities as well. We camped at Brialee Family Camping in a Travel Trailer.