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13 RV Parks near Medway, Massachusetts
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Medway. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Medway in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $55.00
This was possibly our worst camping experience. It began with a $20 charge for arriving about an hour before their check in time. We were sent by a very narrow tree-lined trail to our site in a field. We had to use a 30amp service because an adjacent site needed the 50 amp outlet. Our 30 amp power was turned off by the neighbor all day in 85 degree temperatures when he removed his 50 amp power. We couldn't access the entrance to the facility because of the incoming campers. The facility was poorly maintained. The staff was not caring and unfriendly. I would never use this facility again - Mikec888
Oct 2018 - $48.00
This park is in some serious need of maintenance and upgrading. For $50/night I expect the roads to be more than just dirt and cracking upheaved concrete. The sites range from ok to dirt pits. A small rain will have your tires sinking into the mud. The roads are not well marked, you could almost be pulling into an RV site before realizing that it is not a road. The 'street signs' are hard to see, set far back from the actual road. The streets are one way, but no one way markers. That itself doesn't warrant a 1 star review. What got me was the sheer amount of rules and how they were presented. You are a guest at will and your stay can be terminated without notice. No retractable leashes EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY?? You cannot bring in outside firewood, even if it is from the gas station across the street (you are welcome to buy theirs of course). You can't use your own washer or dryer (you are welcome to pay for theirs). If you break either rule, Terminated. Look I get it, there are a lot of people who disregard the rules, but treating people like they are children by default leaves a bad taste in my mouth. If somebody breaks the rules, deal with them kindly on a 1-on-1 basis, but developing a list of rules (by the way, there is more than 1 page of these and even these tell your to refer to the website for MORE rules), and then posting signs all over reminding people of these rules is not the way of handling this. If you were running a resort, an $8 visitor fee would be warranted, and a $10 overnight guest fee. These are outrageous extra visitor rates for a time period when the pool is closed and your 'lawn' is muddy. I get extra people cost extra money, but not $10/night extra, that is just ridiculous. - rayzorben
Sep 2018 - $48.00
Very nice park. We stayed 12 days and were very satisfied. The only reason I didn't give the value higher stars was that I feel it is overpriced...but that is the area. The site was roomy and fairly level. Had good internet and cable TV. The site we had felt pretty private and was shady most of the day. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - GranNan06
Oct 2019 - $104.00
Very pricey but very nice resort. There is a lot to do here for all ages and there is a restaurant on site that serves B, L, D, and will deliver to your site. The campground is very large and roads are easy to navigate. They have a lot going on during the summer and weekends but we were just using this as a one-night stop so didn't have the opportunity to utilize all the facilities. They do have a nice large indoor pool and two large hot tubs. - Cape Cod kayaker
Sep 2019 - $56.00
A very large, park like, urban campground, but without the severe crowding of the typical urban campground. Given the location (just off I-495), the campground is pretty quiet. Some road noise, but not really objectionable. Best access is from Route 1 using Thurston Rd unless the Patriots are playing - the trees were better trimmed than on our last visit. Good asphalt entry with multiple lanes for checkin and unhooking toad if desired. Gated access after the office so make sure to get two gate codes if dropping the toad at the office. Mix of asphalt and gravel interior roads which are mostly a good width - there is one rather narrow section over by the activities building especially if a golf cart is parked there. No issues with big rig access other than this one narrow section. Sites are gravel with a mix of pullings and backins and seemed to be mostly level. Sites have picnic table and fire ring and are well maintained (they rake each site immediately after the rig leaves). Lots of trees, but still feels relatively open. Power, water, and sewer ok. Satellite access is very problematic due to the trees, but we did manage to get a lock on. Campground wifi had good signal @ 8.4Mbps; Verizon 4 bars @ 9.4Mbps; T-Mobile 3 bars @ 6.2Mbps. Full single stream recycle on site. Good road bike riding within the campground, but questionable adjacent to the campground. Overall a good location for the Boston metro area. We will return. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Sep 2019 - $63.00
This is a "TRUE" RV resort! Great directional signage. Staff extremely nice and very helpful. Campground immaculate ... about the best we've seen anywhere. There are an amazing number of facilities throughout; which we did not have time to take advantage of while there. Due to its size, yo can get a lot of walking exercise getting from one place to another. I hope we have another excuse to stay here longer in the future. - dandd
Sep 2019 - $48.00
Like others have said, this is an older campground. We found that this is gated park, so make sure to take your key card. Check in was fast, the people were friendly and helpful. They have a limo that will take you to the train station, which is nice and will save you on having to pay for parking. All the connections were easy to locate. The wi-fi was satisfactory, even though you had to sign in every day. We had to keep adjusting our TV antenna, to get local channels. Being in the pull thru area, we didn't have trees to block the satellite TV, so it was fine. We found the road, into the pull-thru area there to be dirt, which had a lot of holes that needed to filled in and leveled. Our coach bounced around like a roller coaster. Our site, as was the whole pull-thru area was grass, dirt, and some gravel. It was kind of hard, in places to tell what was road and what was a site, since the grass has grown up thru the gravel. - Bbtj
Jul 2019 - $48.00
This is an old campground with tree cover on almost all of it. Being so shaded most surfaces are dirt. Personally I would rather have the shade than grass. Being an old campground a lot of the amenities are old. They are well maintained and clean. Being so old they look kind of dirty but really are not. It is very much a family campground with a lot of children. I like with children. If you are a bah humbug, you will hate it. There are a lot of permanent and seasonal residents in older trailers that have a lot of junky clutter around them. Many are in desperate need of a cleaning. It gives the place a sort of red neck appearance. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I like it and find it gives the place a less stark and more homey appearance. - MichaelInMA
Sep 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at the park over Labor Day weekend. The arrival process was very good. Our site was good, fairly level, hard packed dirt and gravel. Maple Street has some nice wide level sites. We had a problem with the water spigot handle being broken and some branches hanging over the trailer. I went to the office and before I got back to the site two employees had already been there and took care of both minor problems. There were two pools both very clean. They had a pirate weekend for the kids that was excellent. The store was well stocked and reasonably priced. They will deliver firewood to your site. Everyone we spoke with on the staff was polite and helpful. There was one noisy area in the campground where a large group was, it did go a little late, about midnight but not out of control. This is an older park and some things are a little dated. The bathhouse was kept tidy but could use renovation. I would recommend this place highly. - Tennessee Mike
Sites: 120 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
May 2013 - $60.00
My family and I stayed here for the first time and the last time over the past Memorial Day weekend. The management was not helpful at all. When we had a problem getting our trailer level upon arrival, we were told someone would be by to help, and not one worker showed up. We were also placed so close to a fellow camper that we felt we had no privacy at all; all of the RV's are packed in too close quarters. The roads are made of dirt, and trash is not picked up. We were also kept up at night because of rowdy night time noise; people playing music too loud and others being too loud outside their RV. Not one grounds keeper came over to ask people to quiet down. I have been camping for many years, and this is one campground I will never go back to. - cnms248
Nov 2012 - $50.00
Kings is the perfect family camping experience because they are welcoming, helpful, and share years of their knowledge. They are clean, safe, and have a variety of activities for all ages all summer long. - Tracy2013
Sep 2010 - $50.00
We came here for Labor Day. It is mostly seasonal, and a small campground. When I saw how small and how many seasonals, about 99%, I thought we were in trouble. But I was wrong. The people were all very nice and helpful. The way the sites are set up you can be awning to awning with your friends. We had 3 trailers together and we were in a circle all together awning to awning. We loved it. They don't bother you about anything. They don't make you put your fire out at 11pm. They have a lot of activities going on. Talent contest, DJ, bingo, kids might be bored but the adults had plenty to do. The campsites and campground was very clean and the seasonal sites were kept up very nice. Beautiful lake. Paddle boat, and canoe rentals. The only thing is they offer WiFi but we couldn't get it, all the codes were taken up. They said the office where they get the codes from closed early because of the hurricane. We did get a lot of rain on Friday and winds on Saturday and Sunday. Overall we liked it so much that we booked it for next year. I only gave it a 6 because it was a small campground and no pool. The store is very limited too. We went to another campground down the road and used their store. Kings campground store didn't have propane cylinders, or holding tank chemicals? What camp store doesn't carry that stuff? We went to the Woodstock fair and other friends found hiking trails near by. - meister
Jun 2016 - $60.00
Expensive for what you get, rude owners that just care about finding different ways to charge you for every little thing and sometimes double charge you when they "forget" you already paid. - Bert102
Oct 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful place to get away for $800/month. Local roads are "scenic", which means the 25mph speed limit is enforced by narrow, badly maintained roads. AT&T reception is two bars at best. No WiFi, cable costs extra, 10-15 channels with a good aerial, and plenty of hot water for $1 in the clean bath house. Air conditioning is superfluous except for a few nights in August-shady sites with cool breezes. Tight roads servicing the generous seasonal sites, easy assess to the "Field" for big rigs and weekenders. Management is friendly and helpful. - Ernest Station
Jul 2013 - $50.00
My family and I spent a week at this campground and had such a wonderful time. Camping has become a summer hobby of ours and we were delighted to find a place that finally met the criteria we were looking for. The grounds were clean, the lake was beautiful, and there was no loud night time noise to keep my two children awake- something that I have run into problems with during stays at other parks. The management was very helpful, and even delivered firewood to our campsite for us. My husband and I enjoyed a live band around a bonfire right by the lake - very relaxing, and my two children really liked the movie night offered as well as tie dye your shirt day. We brought along our dog, and even though there is a no pet walking policy, there was a private road adjacent to the park where we were able to walk him every morning. If you are looking for an enjoyable real camping experience, this is the place to be. - cnms248
Jul 2017 - $48.00
We were given a pull thru site that was so sloped we couldn't get level. Took us 25 minutes to avoid trees and rocks getting out of site. Clearance 6" at best. Do not try to take a big rig here. - Tembe
Jun 2017 - $48.00
This is a rustic, adequate, quiet campground in a country setting that was perfect for a one-night stay while awaiting mechanical service. Camp hosts were most helpful and friendly in assisting us with a last minute reservation to address issue next day. It is a better fit for Class B & C campers. It is filled with seasonal guests in grass/gravel sites with a few sites available for transitory campers. Sites are grassy, not very level and some are very muddy due to recent rain. Full hook-up is available. There is a charge for WiFi. Nothing fancy here but lots a good will, friendliness, in a nice country setting. - Breezy2
Jun 2011 - $30.00
First site which had standing water in it and was muddy had no power from 15A outlet. Checked nearby one and it was also out. Third site had power so moved there. Were just spending the night and mosquitoes were around so didn't venture about. No Wi-Fi at site. Was told it was available on porch of office but didn’t want the long walk or to put up with bugs so did without. No idea why they gave us only 15A electric as I noted the registration book showed lots of openings with 30A. Measured voltage and got 114v. Lots of seasonal but also a number of abandoned sites. Just in front of our site was a site that looked like someone just hooked up and pulled out leaving a damaged deck, sewer hose, wood and cement blocks around the site. This was not the only “abandoned” site I observed. Would not stay here again if I could find a more reasonable campground local to Worcester. Street address is 90 Manchaug Road in West Sutton, MA 01590. - Tireman9
Sep 2018 - $46.00
This was not a friendly or easy campground to check into. There's a huge extensive form to fill out (too much information) which we've never had before and we're full-time RVers. She was not very nice or helpful. This is mostly an old trailer park, we had to go to a separate road and gate to camp in a trashy unlevel field. The road in is very bumpy. The bathrooms were clean but smelled bad. Showers were old & worn and very small (not everyone would fit in them for sure). Dump station is kept locked. We had to go to help my sister for a week otherwise I would have left. I don't recommend this park! - Moseyin
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Worst cg we have stayed at yet. Dirt roads with large rocks and potholes. Mgmt tried to put us in a dirt field without fhu. Spoke with mgmt to get that changed to a fhu with some grass. Site looked reasonably level but ended up with a high step when all said and done. Picnic table was in very poor condition. 50amp service would not manage our ACs and other appliances. The maintenance man tried to say no 50amp service would support our big rig. This is soooo incorrect. No problem anywhere else. Smelled bad by bathroom. Probably from the greasy chicken griller trailer. People had dogs off the leash. Another group was playing loud music. Would not recommend this place to anyone. - FT Travelers3
Jun 2017 - $40.00
New owner as of last fall and he is making improvements as he can. The entrance road is horrible. It is gravel and full of potholes. Transient camping is pretty much in an open field. Campground caters to seasonals as we have found to be the case in most independent campgrounds in the Northeast. This could be a good campground in a couple years. - Bamagolfer
Sep 2016 - $32.00
If you're looking for the city dump, this is it. I have never seen a park as trashed as this one.
The handicap ramp has several boards missing and it's not useable.
The swimming pool looks like dismal swamp or maybe an algae experiment for the local high school.
When I checked in there was a styrofoam container on the counter with a fork on top of it. The next morning the container was on the railing outside the office. The trash can in the office was overflowing and there was trash on the floor.
The laundry has two large cages with large birds in them. The floor around them was littered with whatever falls out of the cages.
It's a beautiful location which has been left to deteriorate. It doesn't speak well of the owners however nice they may seem. This gross neglect doesn't happen overnight. - User3255
Sep 2015 - $36.00
This place is a real dump with nice, quirky people running it. They don't even weed-wack around the office which is the first thing you see. We couldn't level our rig so we got our exercise running uphill to the bedroom in the back. There is no fire pit and we couldn't reach the sewer in our pull-through without leaving the car on the road. It is really a low end trailer park. There is wifi, but I couldn't access it. I ended up using my personal hotspot on my phone. This was a one night stop so no biggie. - RVerMJ
Jun 2015 - $32.00
This place has definitely seen better days. They do have a pool, but it would have to be stifling out before any of us would use it. We camped with two other families. We come here because it's cheap and not too far away from the Woodstock (CT) Agricultural Fair that runs Labor Day Weekend. We don't spend much time at the campground other than to sleep and eat breakfast. Other than that, we're out all day. So it serves it's purpose.
The sites we had were tiered at the back of the campground, so we pretty much had the area all to ourselves. The utilities were rather new and in good condition.
The Owners are a bit odd, but nice people. Propane is a bargain, so it's a good place to fill up if you're low. - grumpah
Jun 2013 - $79.00
This was a tough one to review. My rating reflects a comparison to other campgrounds which this is really not. It's a concert venue with some 200 plus seasonal sites and very few (I was told maybe as little as six) sites available for reservation. If you are there when there's not a concert, there's very little to offer by way of amenities/activities. They have a very nice pool and bathhouse and the facilities where clean. The camp store doubles as a gift shop/main entrance on show days and offers virtually nothing as far as supplies go. There is a gas station with a Food Mart adjacent to the property which you can walk to. It has everything (including Subway, Dunkin Donuts) just not a lot of camping supplies. When shows aren't going on you can wander around the venue and have access to a lakefront. They do charge something extra per person and require a $25 refundable deposit for the pool/bathhouse. If you're there for a concert weekend they require a 2 night minimum. They allow you to check out late on Sunday which is nice because they really pack them in. The venue is a great place to see performers up close and they have all the usual concessions. There's plenty of space to wander around and you can still hear the music down by the lakefront. The people who work there and the seasonals who stay there were all very friendly. But be forewarned it is a party atmosphere. Lot's of music and cocktails, and lots of circling around in golf carts. But again, I can't say enough about how friendly people were. - McNamara's Band
Jul 2009 - $54.00
The sites are not level and there is no recreation during the week. There is a lake, but there is no recreation on it. I would not camp here again. - har-fl
Sep 2008 - $48.00
This campground has a lot of seasonal sites. We stayed in the Nashville area in the front close to the office on huge concrete site that was 30x60. Water, electric and sewer was good. Wi-Fi was strong for access but did not connect to the internet. We have a sprint Aircard and used it instead. This campground caters more to people that want to attend concerts such as Billy Ray Cyrus or Keith Anderson who performed the weekend before we arrived and Charlie Daniels was scheduled to perform the following weekend. If you stay on a weekday, can get in the Nashville sites and have Camp Club USA it isn't a bad place to stay. We would only stay here for a couple of days when passing through. If you stay here say Hi to the gentleman who lives there and loves dogs more than people. - TXBobcat
Sep 2019 - $26.00
Nice campground. People are pretty quiet. The Air Force base is right beside the campground. After you're here a few hours you don't notice the planes taking off and landing. Plenty of space for your RV. You do have to go through a neighborhood to get to the RV park. No playground or kid things to do. Laundry mat is okay. $1 a load. If you have a bigger load pay the extra .50. Or you'll be like me and rewashing your bed spread. *******Bring quarters. They won't give them to you here. There are chairs scattered all around the office to hang out. No firepit at the campsites but there is a fire pit across from office lights up at 7:00. Screened in area behind office for hanging out. Lots of seating. Microwave and coffee maker. Restrooms and showers look okay. We never used them. Small half basketball court. That's about it for things to do. Really great location for staying if your touring Boston or all the nearby National Park areas. We would stay here again. - RLKeller
Aug 2019 - $26.00
No frills. Not a destination park, but an okay location to use as a base to visit the Boston area. There are wooded sites that are W/E and open spaces that are FHU. The layout of the open spaces is very strange and when you pull in to the office you have passed the open spaces and either have to back up to the entrance road to drive to your site or drive through the wooded sites. Very bad layout. We were in the open sites area and they were fairly close together. All utilities worked fine and were located properly. They don't accept reservations, which in my humble opinion, is ridiculous. Personally, I hate going to a RV park without reservations. You drive through a neighborhood to reach the park. There is nothing special about the park, but nothing bad either. We would go back but only if we were in a bind to find a place. - jomark
Aug 2019 - $30.00
We stayed here in a 43"' motorhome. We found out once there that the CG isn't really laid out for big rigs. We did get a pull thru that fit us, but wasn't that easy getting around inside the park. First off, you drive through a neighborhood to get to the Famcamp (which isn't on the base). The trees on the street and at the CG had low branches that hit the top of our coach. Once we got into our site, everything was fine. Our neighbor had to pull his awning in so we could leave to make a turn. This is an older Famcamp and needs updating to truly be big rig friendly. - Bdunk