November and off season camping was available! - we called from 40 mins away, already on the road, and they said if we could be there shortly, it was no problem. I understand they have sites available Thursday, Friday & Saturday only, must leave Sunday by 11am. No hookups, but the restrooms were open (clean) with toilets, showers, hand dryer & there was a faucet on just outside the restrooms. Picnic tables were placed upside down on the fire pits, but our neighbors, who were tent camping, had fire going most of the night without any problem. (it got down to 39 degrees this night).
We showed up with a 31 ft, and a site was found that could accommodate our RV. Looking around, we saw that most of the sites would be tricky for a 31ft, however, a 40 foot diesel pusher with toad, was seen leaving the next morning.
Site was really clean, level, and was a hard packed sand base, littered with soft fall pine needles. The only remains were from Halloween; 3 small hand carved pumpkins on a rock. I am so glad they were not removed - wicked cute! Our site #28, and others we drove by, were semi-private, and were separated by trees, rocks, bushes, etc.
Faint noise from the highway was only slightly noticeable. Due to the fact the campground had only a total of 30 people, including 2 boy scout troops, we only had one neighbor. Maybe if the camp was full, we wouldnt have noticed the highway at all. It was really a very peaceful stay.
More campgrounds should be open during late fall and early spring. Like if you want more local out of season camping in Massachusetts! (see my post on Scusset, similar fall camping just before the canal)
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