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20 RV Parks near Granby, Massachusetts
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 25 miles of Granby. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Granby in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $20.00
Water and electric only, no sewer, but convenient dump station as you leave. Make sure you use the Westover blvd gate.... the main gate will turn you away. Follow directions from Westover gate and you will find it with no problems. Oddly sandwiched between some sort of beverage distribution warehouse, members' club and rec rental. Sites are level and back in. Not a highly-cared for camp, much overgrown grass and weeds. Firepits not emptied. Picnic tables are hit or miss. Office staff was kind and efficient. A safe, level, affordable place to stay. - DebbieT in Alabama
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Very nice military campground. Quiet area with wide sites and clean showers and clean FHU's. Office staff very helpful with local attractions and base information. Call ahead as they do not take reservations. - boomerlee
Aug 2016 - $20.00
This is a first come first served military campground. It is not a great campground either. Parking pads are concrete but entrance to site is just dirt, rocks and dead grass. Fire ring was overgrown with weeds and full of trash. Picnic table was useable. Bathhouse is strange especially the shower area. There is a big room in both men and women's restrooms. There is only a long bench for all three showers to use and absolutely no privacy before or after stepping into/out of the shower. The room is quite large and it seems that some sort of privacy could be arranged. The water does not taste great but the utilities (no sewer) worked fine. Verizon cell and hot spot worked well. The campground is not easy to find and we got an unfriendly feeling from the gate guard to the campground staff. There are several commercial business near the campground that were busy through most of the night. This is not up to the usual standards of most military campgrounds. We would not stay here again. - roadking
Jul 2019 - $62.00
We will not be staying here again. For a KOA and the accompanying price you pay, we did not receive good value. The infrastructure of this park is severe need of updating. Their mini-golf course was disassembled and strewn about the playground area. The roads were extremely dusty to the point of some people watering them down to keep from choking on it. The wi-fi was not working on my site (even though I was under a repeater) and T-Mobile does not work at all in this town, so I was out of internet connectivity for the extent of my stay. And I wouldn't say that the people manning the store were all that friendly. We and another party we were camping with were supposed to be on adjoining sites and we ended up walking quite a distance (300 yards) in order to be with them. We had a site next to one of their rec halls, and the STAFF ended up waking me up on two of our four days at 7:45 a.m. with loud laughter and chatter. Request a site away from public spaces like rec halls and pavilions because the staff has no problem making noise inside of quiet hours. Plan on bringing an extra hose to water down the road if you happen to camp during a dry spell. - grumpah
Sep 2018 - $41.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 1 night in a site for big rigs. Our site was in the front of the park, we were next to 5 or 6 other coaches and there was plenty of room between each site. This part of the park is flat and it looked like most of these sites were level with a good amount of gravel for the pad. I do not know about the back of the park. Our satellite worked great here, however it looked like the back of the park had large trees which might affect satellite reception. If you have a dog, there's areas to walk your dog. This park is located in a quiet area. We enjoyed our stay here and would go back. - JDC10
Jun 2018 - $55.00
The first negative issue is the difficulty in finding the campground. It is not near the interstate, and our GPS took us a long way around. Even if we had gone the shorter route, it is still not easy to get to. The park is a minimum standard KOA campground. The pool area looks nice and there is a new playgraound area. They have lots of activities scheduled on weekends, so it looks to be a fun place for kids. We appreciated how quiet is was during our weekday 2 night stay. Ours site was not quite level but easy to get out and make utility connections. - Phil from Akron
Sep 2019 - $50.00
Country location draws lots of seasonal campers who leave their RV on site and commute daily or on weekends. Nice open area with great playground facility. There were PAY showers. - grandflic
Aug 2019 - $60.00
Nice family camp if looking for that. Hordes of kids running around. Golf carts everywhere many driven by folks that looked way to young to have a license per the requirement. Had to stop there for overnight and required to pay two nights as it was Friday. Very close sites in most dailies. Every site seemed to have many cars and occupants, though not seemingly in accordance to the rules. Many sites wooded but seemed seasonal. As a nightly camper, we seemed to have been placed at the busiest location. Major entrance road on one side. Playground on a corner. Seemed to hit that all trip. - lefield
Jul 2019 - $56.00
Campsite in Mass are hard to find. This one is good enough for over night stay. Staff very friendly and help show you to your site. Roads are gravel/dirt and very narrow. Have to take it very slow but manageable. Lots of seasonal sites, but seem to be clean for the ones we saw. Very family oriented and had a program with various activities. Not much to do in the local area. Site was just long enough for our 41 ft motorhome and toad. - DrDanP
Aug 2018 - $26.00
Entrance road is dirt and rough. Pool is green. Office is under repair and not usable. Grass needed mowing. Paid extra for 50 amp but due to weak leg, had to swap to 30 amp which was also weak (105 volts). Kept tripping breaker. Site had gravel at one time but was way too narrow. Found a couple of boards left by previous camper to drive up on to keep from settling too deep and to level us on the side that dropped off the 'site'. We followed the directions to pull into our site and hookups were on door side. Had to run water hose and electric cable under the rig. I guess that was a good thing as that put the power source right outside our door and convenient for constantly resetting the breaker throughout our stay. It rained and we were sitting in a water hole. Locked in the 4 wheel drive to pull our 5th wheel out of the mud for departure. I will not stay here again. I can't imagine anyone paying over $40 to stay here for w/e. I my opinion, even the PA rate was too high. - Himie
Aug 2016 - $35.00
After turning into the driveway to enter the campground I was confronted by a NARROW concrete bridge. My MH is 46K pounds. Do you proceed? I did. We pulled up to the office building and my first impression was this place is a mess, with garbage piled up behind the building. We were here for just a stop for the night. This place is a stopover. if you plan on staying around the area and you have a family, keep looking. This place is fine for a stopover. We are fully self contained so we toughed it out; it was fine for our purpose. All the sites seem to be in a grass field. - Scooter & Crew
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here overnight on our way to Acadia NP in order to visit the Yankee Candle Co. in S. Deerfield. The facilities were tired. We used the toilets, but not the showers. The office facility had a lounge area, but it wasn't at all inviting, and there were no supplies available for sale, as you might expect to find. The staff member we talked with had not been alerted to our reservation, but was friendly and accommodating. Our site was flat and easily accessible in an open field. There were quite a few seasonal sites tucked back in the woods. I would consider stopping here for a day, or so, to visit the local attractions, but only out of convenience. - Alhub
Sep 2018 - $40.00
This is great little campground. The owners are awesome and very friendly. Park is well manicured and clean. Not a ton of things to do but they make a very good effort to make the weekends interesting with events and games. Lots of hiking trails all over and not far from the Town of Sturbridge. Nice place to relax and chill. Quiet hours very well observed as the campground seemed to go to bed around 9:00 pm. Try to avoid Dean Hill Road as your route as it's very steep and curvy. Take East Hill Road instead, it may add 2 miles to your trip but a much better ride. Gray water only but dump station available on exit. We will go back next year. - Thomas Beau
Aug 2018 - $38.00
We stayed in the overflow parking area. I never walked around in the park itself. The road in has many turns and we wondered what would happen if another MH was coming from the other direction, very narrow in places. We had this very large field all to ourselves which we liked. We stayed an extra day because one of the pups got sick and had to take it to a vet. Many families there. The two pools and basketball court were close to us. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Aug 2017 - $38.00
The park is located in the forest off the beaten path. The highway to the park is narrow, so drive slow. The staff is so helpful and are the nicest people! We liked them all. They also take you to your camp site and assist with parking your RV after registration. It is quiet park, and very nice and clean. We had site O11, which was an excellent site with 30 AMP, water, and a grey sewer. We had a brick fireplace in a raised seating area for our campfire. There was small site lights too on posts. They have a dump station for your black tank. We relaxed and enjoyed our stay here. They have a store, pool, and activities for the kids. The laundry room was clean and inexpensive for wash and dry. There are electronic games, pool table, tv, and internet next to the laundry room. The only ding was the tree sap that got on our truck from the pines. Use the Gojo without the grit to remove it from your vehicles. We enjoyed our stay here, and we would definitely return if in the area again! - Lindy White
May 2011 - $25.00
We were part of a group so rate reflects shared cost. This is a COE campground. Campground is divided into two loops, Both or either loop can be reserved. Campground is located in a gorgeous valley bordered by a river with tubing & fishing possibilities. Steep entrance road but decently graded even after the previous weeks rain. Great place to relax, shaded and open areas, level campground. Campground is dry camping but has flush toilets with hot showers with one electrical outlet in field. - mdcamping
May 2009 - $28.00
I was with a group of four families that camped here Memorial Day weekend, 2009. This facility appears to be entirely run by an older couple who are in over their heads. The campground itself is nice enough, but the infrastructure is crumbling around them. Our first problem was with the pressure relief valve on the water faucet. It leaked like a sieve on my site and an adjoining one, and when I reported it, the solution was to hook up a “Y” connection with another site that didn’t have a problem. Good thing the neighbor was accommodating! The next problem was with the power. One in our party has a 36 foot Class A motorhome and their site had only 15 amp service! The solution was to again swap with someone who had a 30 amp connection. We were on their safari field and there were hoses and cords running all over the place. The roads in the campground were in deplorable shape with deep ruts and washouts, so you had to move extremely slow in order not to bottom out your rig or tow vehicle. The area near the dumping station was extremely bad, where we actually backed up and turned around our units, rather than having to traverse the affected area. We had a minor problem with our billing because a child over 5 who was supposed to be with us when we booked the reservation wasn’t, so we had $12 coming back to us. Asking for our refund seemed to be an imposition, and the owner was indignant that one of our party couldn’t make it because of a medical condition and wanted to know how she was going to get the balance owed! On the plus side, they had activities like cards, bingo and a DJ, as well as horseshoes and bocci, although the latter two I think were mostly pick up games with a group that appeared to know each other. The hayride advertised in their flyer never materialized and the pool looked like it was not quite ready for prime time with algaecide foam floating on the top. A point of interest is that they actually have the remnants of an old sawmill within their office/store/game room complex. Also a plus is that their rates were a very reasonable $36 a night for a holiday weekend. So overall I’d say that we probably won’t return due to the poor condition of the facilities and the attitude of the two people we had to deal with, who I assume are the owners. The overall attitude can be described as grumpy. If what I have described would not be concerns to you, then this place can be considered a good value. - grumpah
Aug 2016 - $17.00
Great little state park, known locally as the Goshen Ocean. When we arrived with our travel trailer I headed to several of the potable water stations located around the campsite loops. They were all very low pressure, timed push button, faucets that would be fine for filling a water canteen or jug, but not our fresh water holding tank. I decided to head to the dump-station hoping there was a potable spigot we could use. After looking at the campsite map, I didn't see a dump station. I headed out to the check-in station and asked the ranger. She informed me that their dump facility was about two miles away, next to the park headquarters office and maintenance yard. We headed over there, and quickly filled our tanks without issue from a dedicated potable water station adjacent to the dump station.
The restrooms and shower nearest to our site were fine. Clean, but aging.
While there, we took several hikes around the pond area, swam in the campers-only beach (which is located across the pond from the more crowded public access beach), and attended several of the children's workshops hosted at the Nature Center located within the park. - malsbury
May 2015 - $14.00
We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend, and the campground was pretty full. Even so, it was nice and quiet. The facilities were clean, and the shower was very nice. We hiked some of the trails, and went down to the beach to check it out. Very nice.
This is the type of campground we like and we'll definitely be back.
The only gripe I had is that they had the fans in the bath house on high constantly, and it was freezing cold in there. I asked at the gate, and was told that it was to keep the floors dry. They did turn them off, but just for the rest of the day.
We'd definitely return.
Just one note, the dump station is about a mile from the campground at the park headquarters. Just ask at the gate for directions. - 2beagles
May 2011 - $12.00
This year we canoed the lower lake and made it to the spill way where the kids enjoyed walking down the slanted concrete hill. The showers had awesome water pressure and plenty of hot water. We really enjoy this campground and look forward to it every year. I did ask about the location of the dump station and was given directions, as it was about 3/4 of a mile away from the campground. There is a general store off of the campground where you can purchase forgotten supplies. We will be going back next year. - B. P. Donelan
Sep 2019 - $42.00
Back in site for a 45' motorhome with plenty of room for dolly and car. Very few full hook up sites, backed up to trees and couldn't get satellite reception, no cable. Open field with grass and dirt. Only 50 gal capacity for sewer, gray water has to dump very slowly or it will overflow. Friendly hosts. No 50 amp in our section. Can't comment on the rear portion of campground in the trees which is mostly seasonal campers. - Jimbo1973
Jun 2019 - $42.00
This is a nice, smaller size family run campground. Mostly seasonal residents who take great pride in keeping their sites clean and well manicured. RVs look newer too. We stayed here for one night as a stop-over stay on our way to CT. We had a spot on Snobb Hill - the grassy field where short-term stays are housed. It was fine for what we needed for that one night. There are other spots in the wooded area for longer stays. 69A is a nice, secluded spot. Would recommend for a quick stay. As others have posted, there is nothing to do in this area except for Sturbridge Village so just know that. If you want peace and quiet, this is the place. - a688218
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Very rough interior roads, jacks sunk into soft ground, low voltage, (115-116), surge protector showed an open ground when we arrived. Maintenance arrived in 3 minutes and repaired. I was impressed. This campground uses a 2 pipe sewer system. Gray goes into a leach field. Black goes into a 50 gallon tank that is pumped out by staff as needed. Gray water is leached into the ground for irrigation. Beware! You cannot open your gray water valve normally and empty any accumulated water in your tank. It has to trickle out or will bubble out of the pipe onto the ground. Owner was unapologetic and said I had the instructions for the two pipe system. True, but they said nothing about not being able to open your gray valve normally. She said the instructions said to ask questions. I said I didn't have any. I followed the instructions exactly. She said they always talk to the men because the women don't get it right anyway. My wife checked us in. They didn't talk to me and I am not sure I cared for the demeaning remark about my wife and women campers in general. I visited with the other owner earlier and he was fantastic. Bottom line she screwed up by not giving me enough information and then assumed that "aggressive defensive" posture when I said they needed to update the instruction sheet. She said in 31 years nobody had complained about the instruction sheet. Oh well. I have been camping 50 years and have not run into "full" hookups where you couldn't open your valve normally. Should I have known that??? I don't think so. This was all about communication or the lack there of. Be informed about sewer. - Sons an