We just spent a week at this campground. I am really split down the middle with this place. If you are in a camper, the sites are very spacious, spread out and the campground is very quiet. If you are a tent camper, it's quite different. They are much closer together and depending on where they put you, it can be very buggy (near the pond). If you intended to fish, the pond is quite small and more suitable for kids.
The bathrooms are just average (when they are open). During my stay, they were closed several times and we had to drive around looking for a bathroom. To be fair, there was a tropical storm so some of those issues were not their fault, however, there were times when one bathroom was being cleaned while the other was being pumped out - that was poor planning. The terrain is so hilly that walking to the bathrooms could be challenging for some depending on what site you are on. Also, only the upper bathroom has a handicap stall and that was NOT the one that was left open during our stay when the power was lost. I also wish they were cleaned more thoroughly, especially with COVID.
The showers are a big con. The upper bathroom showers have more room but they don't feel private. It's like showering in a locker room. The showers in the lower bathroom are worse. There is only a curtain separating you from another camper and if they move the curtain you will be standing there naked for everyone to see. As mentioned earlier, there is only one handicap bathroom stall and that is in the upper bathroom and there is a small hill to climb to get to that bathroom from certain sites (you can see the problem there).
The laundry room and pool are nice - definite pro. There is a food truck on the weekends, but the woman running it doesn't keep her mask on the whole time so we left. The live bands were great and fun.
My biggest disappoint is that they don't tell you or allow you to choose what site you will on. Like other campgrounds, you can look at the map and choose where you want to stay. There are specific reasons to choose your own site (handicaps you may not want to disclose) and the fact that they don't accommodate that is a huge con. They require masks when you are off your site, but 75% of the campers did not wear them and it wasn't enforced. The campground is also extremely hilly so if you intend to ride your bike, just be aware. The owners are nice and very organized. Bottom line, we probably won't stay here again if we can't choose our site and I hope they renovate the lower bathrooms.
My family of 11 stayed at this camp ground from thursday to sunday.
When we arrive the man who checked us in was very nice. However we found that another group had camped on our spot. We were asked to help move their things. This was a little inconvenient but not a big deal. The people who were in our spot offered to buy us some wood, the man said "thats not necessary". On top of that the wood we ordered listed as "at your camp upon arrival" was not there and not delivered until the next day. Another point would be we were told this spot would fit 20 people with 2 grills, one fireplace and 4 picinic tables. We quickly realized this was not the case, in fact we are pretty sure that part of our site was rented to other people and we had just enough room for our 11, no where near enough for 20. That being said, this meant they were not abiding by social distancing. Every camp ground we called said there had to be a spot between sites to maintain distance, this place did nothing even close.
The gentleman also advised us we could keep an extra car at camp (the rule is 4 we had 5) we were told its not in the road so its not a problem. This is where Yin and Yang come in. The woman running them camp then literally yelled at us that this was not allowed, we explained we'd been told it was OK, she proceeded to yell the same thing about it not being allowed before walking away. She was aggressive and rude more than once.
There are 2 bath houses with maybe a told of 12 stalls, for some reason they were not stocked with TP the first night. The Porta Poty we were told we could use (only after dark) was literally one of the worst, and wasnt cleaned at all that weekend and wasnt clean when we got there.
Lastly as we reentered camp once again this woman was incredibly rude and felt the need to SCREAM directions. I was blown away. Its very obvious the only people who matter at this Camp Ground are the RV people who spend a month at a time there. We wont be back.
We absolutely love this campground! Super clean and nice wooded sites with plenty of room. Gordon and Patricia were so nice and accommodating working so hard making sure everyone is happy. Many happy returns planned for us!
Best part of the campground- you are not on top of any other campsites! Plenty of room. A bit rustic-but that's good! Water and electric for our RV and right next to Mount Greylock for hiking. Pool and swings for the kids-what could be better!
I stayed here for 10 blissful days. While most of those days were rainy - I enjoyed my quiet time in my RV and occasionally popping down to the office and chatting with Pat and Gordon.
They are incredibly nice people and very accommodating - even gave me a ride and rescued me from Mt. Greylock after I'd lost my map and taken a wrong turn.
The game room with it's large fireplace is an inviting space where I believe people gather on Sunday mornings for coffee.
If you want reliable WiFi at your site, it's available for a daily or weekly rate. Otherwise there is WiFi at the rec room/laundry/office area.
I was in site 43 - and enjoyed seeing the leaves turn during the time I was here.
I'll remember this stay fondly.