|Address:||438 Plymouth St, Middleborough, MA 02346, USA|
A Private User
Great campground, lush, verdant atmosphere. Quiet and serene. I used the doggie park every day and found it clean and green. I do wish there were more full hookups scattered throughout the park so that campers could be more spread out, but last time we were here for a few days we got a water/electric site way in the back. Heaven on earth! We just had to dump as we were leaving. No problem. Great location, too. It was a short drive to Fall River, where we toured the Battleship Massachusetts, JP Kennedy Jr, a submarine, and another ship. Then, a different short drive to Plymouth, Mass and the famous Rock. Close enough to Boston, but Im not in the mood for cities right now. Providence is pretty close, too. Im sure that if I found a bag of dog poop hidden by a camper in a fire ring, I would have called the office and they would have immediately cleaned it. I probably wouldnt have just flamed the whole camp and management in a cowardly, anonymous web attack. How petty! While I was reading the previous post, I had a clear mental image of the lady on the bicycle in the Wizard of Oz, taking Toto away.
We traveled from GA to MA, our home state, and reserved an RV site from Tues April 5 through Monday April 11, 2016 to visit relatives. The management failed to inform us that there was going to be excessive traffic in the campground over the weekend for the Herring Run Festival. We woke up to hundreds of people walking though our campsite. When people were setting up the signs for the Herring Run Bus pick up signs, a vehicle obviously ran over our costly dog enclosure. Mo, the general manager could have been more sympathetic to our incurred damage. He could have simply moved us to a more remote location, too without having to have it demanded of him. why risk a poor review? We would only stay there again if there were a change in management. This campsite was more costly than more picturesque KOAs. The value to cost ratio was not there. We expect better customer service when we are camping guests. In this area, the General Manager was sorely lacking. Donna, Kenny, the Assistant Manager and Melissa were awesome campground employees.
Marie Thérèse Leroux
Bonjour, Nous avons séjourné une semaine à votre camping. Le terrain, lespace pour notre roulotte, lenvironnement étaient 5 étoiles. Toutefois, nous avons payé pour un WIFI intermittent et inexistant durant la fin de semaine. Les toilettes et douches au milieu du terrain sont dégueulasses. Il y a une odeur durine toujours présente, les douches sont colorées par la moississure. Il faudrait quelquun qui nettoie aux 2 heures quand vous avez de lachalandage. Vos installations sanitaires mériteraient tout un ménage et un rafraîchissement.
A Private User
We had nothing but a very quiet, peaceful, and enjoyable time this weekend. The pet-friendly Deluxe Kabins are perfect for us in every way. After a long drive there is nothing better than kicking back outside around a fire, just relaxing! They have not disapointed us for the second time now! It was very beautiful and clean there. This is a huge KOA. Great for walking the dogs after the long drives. Very close to Plymouth and the Cape so exploring was a snap. Just far enough out of Boston that you dont feel like you are in it, but close enough for a quick trip to the city. A Shaws was just down the way for groceries. Perfect! As far as we are concerned this is the only way to travel and stay. Thank you.
Let me first say I never write reviews but was so disappointed in this place I had to. I had not one, not two, but three instances where the employees were rude, unprofessional and just plain mean. I am not one to complain or be confrontational but I was so upset at how this place treated us and even how I saw them treat other guests, that I wrote to the general manager. Besides that, grounds are ok. We stayed in a deluxe cabin which was decent but bathroom smelled like a sewer the entire time. Cabins were also extremely close together, with zero privacy. Place is over priced too, do your research and stay somewhere else.
Similar experience as some other reports. Full hookup sites were small and congested so we will try the water/electric sites that are better secluded. Dog area was sufficient but could have been bigger. Its a nice size for small dogs but we have two Bernese Mountain dogs. We used this area and had a couple nice walks around the park as well. Dog area is also were the sewer runs too but thats not a problem, just a section thats concrete. We only stayed 2 nights and will stay again when we are in the area. Staff was friendly. Lots of kids when we were there. Lots of kid activities too which kept them all occupied.
The Boston/Cape Cod KOA is an excellent place to stay. We have stayed there for years. The patio sites are the best and they are fantastic, but since there are only six of them you cant get them all the time. Are the sites crowded? I dont think so. Weve never had a problem and they are "spacious" compared to some campgrounds weve been in. This last time we went was a "working vacation", and even though we were close to an access point, the WiFi was not the best....I had to use my phone as a hotspot half the time. Aside from that the place is great for all ages!
We stayed in one of the deluxe cabins for our time in Plymouth and we loved it. The cabins were stocked with plates, bowls, cups, cooking utensils, towels, sheets, blankets, microwave, coffee pot, and TV. There is also a propane grill outside for cooking. The grounds had a heated pool, playground, and a giant pillow to jump on that the kids loved. The staff was friendly and helpful. The only criticism I have, and this applies to every KOA Ive been to, is the sites were very close together. Overall it was a great, family friendly place to stay.
We made a reservation and were told as long as we cancelled by 3PM of the day previous to the day of the arrival there would be no cancellation fee. Due to a family emergency, we had to cut our trip short. We called them at 10AM on the day previous to arrival and were then told that a cancellation had to be 48 hours ahead to arrival. They refused to credit us the cancellation fee. I dont know what their actual policy is, but they should inform all of their employees so that they give out correct information.
Everything is great except for one thing... noise. Neighbors were partying until 4 in the morning. Loud music and kids, the parents did nothing about it. Quiet time is supposedly at 11pm but was not enforced. Communal water source. Rain makes the entire campground muddy. On the more positive side, staff are nice, not super friendly but not rude. There were two parks and two dog parks. Heated swimming pool was great. Lots of shade. Close to Plymouth and Boston. Would rate 4/5 if not for the noise.
We love KOAs, and this campground is very nice and family friendly, but the site at the back of the campground are built facing the wrong direction. Our sewer drain was sitting above our outlets on our trailer. This made it physically impossible for the sewer tanks to drain properly. Multiple sites look to have this same issue. If they had built the site the opposite direction to go with the natural geography of the land, this would not be an issue. H17 was our site.