|Address:||90 Stevens Rd, Rochester, MA 02770, USA|
Rented cabin which was rv with siding on it. Did have pots, pans, silverware, stove, small microwave, TV with maybe 12 channels. Fairly large area included with fire pit and enough room to set up a tent. Theres a small playground. Also a pool but it closes at 5 and check in is at 6. So if u only stay a day u cant use it. Has laundry area if u stay for a week or more. Draw back a few people seem like permanent residents and were very nosy. I honestly went with my girlfriend to have a night away from kid if you know what I mean. I didnt like having the person in cabin on side of me trying to sneak peer at my girl and I when every time we went outside for cigarette. Another person in another cabin was staring at us through our front window. We went as far as closing curtains and covering them further with towels and blankets for privacy. Even if we werent there for you know it isnt cool having people up in my business staring. Especially in a sneaky manor where they r trying to stand in a place where they think they cant be seen. Maybe we were just unlucky enough to have 2 noisy people as neighbors. Other then that nice. Fresh air, friendly staff. Definitely be gre t to bring kids which I will next time
This RV Resort is out in the woods at the end of a dirt road. The sites range from fairly close to each other, to expansive and private. Arrive on a Wednesday for your best chance of getting a roomy site. C64 is one of the best sites in the park, and we had the good fortune of grabbing the site for 2 weeks this summer. Tons of space, private fire ring, lots of room for visitors/tents, etc.. I highly recommend it if its available. That said, the entire park is wooded, so theres decent space/privacy/shade in just about every spot. The bathrooms were clean and well maintained. Good water pressure, good hookups, and the park is pretty well maintained. Id recommend this Thousand Trails/Outdoor Word park over Sturbridge. Its bigger and much easier to get into and more level in general. The roads could use some work and/or grading, but thats pretty normal for dirt roads in new england. Overall I highly recommend staying here. Dont expect too much and you wont be disappointed. Also, this is one of the most campground-like RV parks Ive stayed in. Very woodsy and outdoors. A great place to have campfires and to bring kids. Well definitely stay here again.
I stayed with some friends for a birthday weekend and have very mixed reviews. There is no life guard at the pool. Several adults were gathered outside the pool area smoking right near my children. When I went to complain to the manager, I found out it was the manager out there smoking with other campers. Not very professional if you ask me. The man who runs the snack bar is rude and disgusting and should be reported to the Board of Health. He never washed his hands when coming in from a cigarette brake. He was wearing flip-flops while cooking and his feet looked like he hadnt showered all summer. I wish I had gotten his name to place a formal complaint. Alice and Echo who ran the kids crafts where great with the little ones. The kids loved tie-dying, the DJ dance party and the giant baseball game.
Lots of trees for shade plus floating boat dock on Leonards Pond plus plenty of woodsy wandering ereas. Has a great game room arcade plus a members lounge, clean swimming pool, huge pavillian with live bands every saturday nite, snack shack providing real food including fish n chips and hard ice cream. Features a baseball field, tennis and basket ball courts, horse shoe pits, mini golf and ive got a light up bocce ball set im ready to try out in the field one nite. This is a fabulous campground with a helpful friendly hard working staff and thoughtful management going that extra step to make your vacation pleasently memorable.
I went to the campground to visit a friend who was staying in one of the cabins. It was really nice inside and accommodated her large family. The campground is clean and safe enough to let the kids ride their bikes around the grounds. The pool was lovely and only reached a depth of 4.5 feet and had a lifeguard on duty, so I would feel very comfortable letting children swim there. Overall I would return to there for another visit or to go camping myself!
For now im saying 3 stars. When I arrived they told me to go find a camp site myself but couldnt tell me which ones were open or not. Most of the camp was full so I was driving around aimlessly searching for something open . Second issue: they clearly did not clean the site since the last people, there was trash in the site. And the fire pit is full of ash. Seems like okay place other than that.
Gateway to Cape Cod is a pretty campground located at the "beginning" to "The Cape". It has wonderful amenities including an in-ground pool, an adult lounge, a game room and store, a snack bar, mini golf and more. Lots of clean rest rooms throughout the park, and a friendly staff. Lots to do for kids, they even have a recreational worker who plans activities throughout the week. Nice!
Good camp ground. Must be member of the club to rent a spot here. There are also permanent spots for sale. Decent facilities. Pool & recreational rooms for children + for adults. The gypsy moth Catapillars are terrible this time of year however. (June) so if you dont like catapillars or their droppings all over you and your tent or rv, Skip it.
We are a full time RV family with a Class A motorcoach, and thoroughly enjoy the facilities and campsites at Gateway to Cape Cod. The area has a great number of locations to visit and this campground is in a perfect centralized location to make for short trips to Boston, Providence, Cape Cod, Plymoth, Marthas Vineyard, and so much more.
This place is AWESOME!!!!! ITS SO PRETTY!!! A lot of events for the family & Sooooo relaxing! The pool, snack bar, shop, & almost everything is right at your finger tips, but you are away enough in the woods to enjoy solitude!
I love thousand trails network of campgrounds. Gateway to cape cod is always nice and clean. The staff is always friendly and helpful. Theres lots to do around it and even at the park itself. Wish it was open year round.
All site are pull thru except perimeter sites. Campground is heavily wooded so aquiring satellite service is nearly impossible. Sites are fairly large with fire rings and grills. Close to the Cape so thats a plus.
Nice campground. Well maintained. Only wish there was more grass area. Close to Plymouth Rock (nice day trip). Friendly people with lots of space to stretch out. Well be back!
Bathrooms are dirty. Very few activities for children. This campground offers very little, unless you leave the grounds for the day to enjoy the cape.
Level sites. Helpful staff. Rec room dated and needs cleaning. Nice snack bar and great prices. Laundry room clean. They have pull thrus as well.
Great amenities! The pool in the playground are great. The bathrooms are spotless. The other campers and the staff were very friendly and helpful
The Plus side The area is fine, and close to several good museums The minus side The pool was not up and running and the wi fi is non existence.