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3 RV Parks near Milford, Connecticut
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Milford. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Milford in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 6 nights in a site for big rigs. The good....If you desire to stay close to New Haven then this is a good option, maybe your only option. This RV Park only has three sites (full-time residents occupy all other sites). Big coaches need a gravel pad, so we give this RV Park a 5-star rating, for the thick gravel pad. This is a very quiet park even though the main (and busy) road is right out front. The laundry facility is clean and equipped with modern washers and dryers. The bad.....If you're traveling with a dog there's no defined dog area, or any area to walk your dog. If you have satellite you will not receive reception here because of all the tall trees surrounding the perimeter of the sites. Also, none of the sites offer any privacy and if you visit during the hot summer, no shade trees. Today is Monday and the park WIFI is not working. We live in the age of WIFI technology and there is nothing to stop this RV park from investing in doing WIFI properly. For some users such as ourselves, WIFI is an important feature and was one of the reasons for our stay here. We know enough not to count on a good signal over the weekends, but during the weekday there is no excuse. We even have the WIFI-Ranger on our roof with a direct-line-of-sight to their WIFI source. There are no trees in the line-of-sight, and the distance is not a factor. This is not a RV Park where you go to sit outside and relax. However, we enjoyed our stay here and we would stay here again. - JDC10
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Old worn out RV park suitable for a overnight. Sites are some gravel most dirt and somewhat level. Utilities are generally placed mid site and work as expected for a park of this age. Cell reception AT&T and Verizon good. - lllkrob
Jul 2017 - $45.00
It's ok for a one night stop. There is free internet but the antenna is mounted low and where I was, it was blocked by 3 trailers taller than my moterhome. If you are not in line of site of the antenna, forget it. The laundry is $2.50 to wash and $2.50 to dry. Cable TV was good. - Darngoodnwell
Sep 2015 - $27.00
My wife and I stayed for a few nights while visiting family and friends nearby. We did not use the park facilities other than park our camping trailer. Do not rely on the people at the office to assign a proper parking site for you. All sites are grass, no paving, no pad. Not many are level. Do not let the staff assign you to the "overflow" area. If tell them your rig is over 26' they will send you to overflow.... That area is beside the entry road at the entrance to the park, where cars drive by at all times. The site I was on would easily accept the total length of my rig, at 47'. - R V Camper
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Note: Roads leading to park are narrow and twisty - you are not lost! just keep following directions, you will get there. I lean towards saying this is not for larger campers - our 21 foot travel trailer was fine, but much larger would be a bit tight due to roads and maneuvering in the campground. Very nice state park. Sites are large and have a picnic table and fire ring. Firewood is sold at camp office. Bathrooms are "state park clean", looked like they were cleaned each morning on the weekend. Attached to bath houses are dish cleaning stations. Water spigots are scattered around the camping area - you can fill your camper if needed, but you can't stay hooked up. Cell phone reception is iffy, it is a hilly and heavily wooded area. Lake is very busy with boats, you can fish from many places (might need fishing license), and there is a designated swim area. Employees are nice and helpful. No alcohol park. Quiet at night. We will certainly return here. - Tom
Jul 2009 - $15.00
A great small state park to camp at. First time dry camping in our HTT and it was great. Our only problem was our original site - it was site #1 and it was very steep. Could only open one tent end because I couldn't get level. Had to prop the camper up against the car so that it wouldn't slide. However, talked to the ranger and the next morning we switched sites across the street. Mostly tent camping. Sites in the 60's appeared great. Walk to the lake is pretty long, but beautiful. Small beach, clear water. Park offered free movies for the kids both nights and an ice cream truck also came in. Quiet time is 10:00 p.m. and at 10, it got quiet. Bathrooms looked good for a state park. Had a great time - close to home, relaxing, fun. Would definitely return. - kskuches
Jul 2018 - $36.00
Forward-If you are a BIG RIG and require 50amp service make sure you bring your 50amp (female) to 30amp (male) adapter. This park is situated in some of the most beautiful part of Long Island. The park is located on the Long Island sound that has its own mini beach. With in 15 minutes you can easily reach at least 4-5 beaches in the Riverhead Park System. Tip-If you buy an out of state pass for one beach it will allow you entrances into any of the other Riverhead Park System. The campground has wide open semi level pull through sites with easily accessible hookups (E-30amp, W & S). The bathrooms are "OK" they are not the best and they are not the worst. They are cleaned and maintained daily. - ETCTA
Apr 2018 - $34.00
Stayed here for two days in a travel trailer. Stayed on site 48. Some leveling required. Nice hiking and biking in the area. Didn't really use restrooms but checked them out and they were clean. Site had full hook up. Stable electric and descent water pressure. Picnic table on each site. Bring your own fire ring. Sites are sort of close but not terrible. Most sites seem to be pull thru. Enough room for trailer and tow vehicle but was tight. Some sites are longer than others. North Overlook has some nice end sites with just woods next to them. - coffeebiker
Aug 2017 - $30.00
Stayed here one night. Great pull thru sites. 30 amp service and full hook up. Lots of TV stations. Bring your own fire ring and wood. Must be off the ground. Very quite midweek. Nicer RV sites on North Overlook. Hige park with many hiking and biking trails. Beach accsess. Great family campground. - coffeebiker