Shady Acres Campground
20 Shoestring Rd, Carver, MA 02330, United States

Review №1

Love this campground. Such a great community of seasonal campers and also transient have been pleasant. Kids seem to have a great time here with all the activities such as swimming, bouncy pads, laser tag events for the kids to do in clubhouse. New owners are doing so many updates and fixing things up. Eventually they will have cabins. Very friendly staff. I recommend the campground and so close to Plymouth. Can get to the cape also. This campground is my second home. Have been coming 4 years now.

Review №2

We have been seasonal for a few years and the new ownership had already made so many great improvements. The staff is very friendly and personable. JP stays on top of everything to ensure that everything is clean and rules are followed. Stephanie is also amazing, such a pleasure to speak with and responds quickly. It is truly a new campground and is making the experience so much better. The foam door is a real hot with kids and just watching the fun they have will make you smile. Great job all!!!!

Review №3

New owners are upgrading and offering many new a n entities for campers. Cleaning up pond, ice cream is now open and very reasonable priced. But needs extra help. Way to long to wait for your order. Way to long. If faster would have rated 4 stars

Review №4

Very nice place. Love the fact that every site had electricity hook up and water.Didnt like that I couldnt keep my car on the site but other then that everything was great.

Review №5

Father in law has a seasonal here and its beautiful, quiet and plenty of things for kids to do! I love nature. New owners are Great! Much better than what I heard previously which is why we avoided this place until it became Jellystone. We had heard horror stories about the old owners from other family and friends and did not wish to deal with what each one of their families did during their stays. Im happy to report since changing owners and name to Jellystone they HV been nothing short of helpful and kind and awesome. It is ALOT. Of seasonal sites, Im hoping Jellystone expands and gets more sites for stays for non seasonal and tent sites, we have friends that want to camp with us, but us being seasonal there would be no way to get them a site next to us. Not sure if they allow you to put a tent on your RV site for kids or extra adult or two who want the tent experience and not the RV, but Ill ask next time we go. Its Always an amazing, relaxing and comfortable stay when we go. Thank you JellyStone!

Review №6

To be fair I haven’t camped here , I camped at shady acres since the 90’s until 2019My previous review was of that campground.To use my 5 star rating for this new place is not accurate, hence the 1 star rating based on the social media outrage over the recent changes made to the campground

Review №7

Staff was rude and charged late fee because the car was still at campsite event though tents were all packed up. Bathrooms have new fixtures, but that does not help if they are not cleaned regularly. They were always out of toilet papers and toilets were not clean. The metal fire ring at one of the tent site was rusted out and corroded. It was unusable and yet I dont understand why they are not replacing it. I understand you have to deal with mosquitos and bugs when camping out in the woods but this place is completely overrun with mosquitos. Must be because of the stale pond onsite and all the cranberry bogs around it.

Review №8

Another place where skoolies are welcome.  Our children had a great time.

Review №9

Super great family experience! The staff was extremely nice and accommodating. I can not wait to go back!

Review №10

Picnic basket stolen. Park staff unresponsive.

Review №11

This campground is wonderful! We stayed there right in the midst of Covid and were very impressed by the precautions they took to keep everyone safe. We didn’t get to use many of the amenities but the pools are fantastic and very well maintained. The pond looked nice however we did not venture that way because we were enjoying the pool! The sites are mostly decent sized and very well maintained. So much so, that we will be visiting next week to select our seasonal site for 2021! We can’t wait!

Review №12

The attitude of the owners and staff at RV parks makes all the difference. These people don’t hate their jobs or tourists. We’ve been RVing for 20 years, and traveling across the USA on this specific trip (CA ago East Coast and back), so have some knowledge. These are the nicest people we’ve come across in a long time! The park has many long term residents, but they felt like fellow travelers. Our site was spacious, level, and wooded. The owner spent time offering travel suggestions without making us feel like she had more important issues to deal with. The owners and their seasonal employees seemed to truly be interested in our travel needs. We felt welcomed, and that really matters when you’re far from home. Thank you for your hospitality!

Review №13

Beautiful campground! Owners are constantly doing daily maintenance and upkeep, weeding, planting, pool inspections, painting, mowing, raking etc. The place looks perfect! My kids love the 2 playgrounds and the 2 pools, plus a clean and oxygenated large pond for swimming kayaking and fishing. Plenty of shade for regular size campers/RVs. It’s our family getaway spot for sure and we are making wonderful memories!

Review №14

Love it here! We are wrapping up our first season as seasonal campers and cant wait until next year! This campground is SUPER clean, especially the bathrooms. Pool is great, perfect for kids because it only goes up to 4 feet. Nice pond for fishing and small non motor boats. None for rent so bring your own. Decent activity schedule with cute theme weekends, but not much going on during the week. Arts and crafts and really fun and well run.The campground is mostly seasonal but there are a lot of daily/weekly rentals. Owners are really nice and very involved in all aspects of the campground. Very dog friendly. Very kid friendly. Quiet at night.

Review №15

What an amazing campground!A great environment to relax in!Owner is very helpful we had a lot of questions since we are new to camping here and they are very patient and knowledgeable.

Review №16

Our favorite campground! We have a seasonal spot here, Grandchildren love it !!

Review №17

So much Fun!

Review №18

Beautiful, well maintained and wonderful staff. Quiet neighbors, classy people. Not a lot of craziness. Perfect for our weekend away. Great hiking trails. Not too long, well groomed, attaches to state park. Only drawback was comfort Station is closed due to Covid-19, would have liked to know that ahead of time, we dont like to use our campers shower. If you are coming, make sure you ask what facilities are open.Best feature was being able to order stuff when you make a reservation, like campfire wood and smores stuff!!

Review №19

Had a Great time and people are friendly still keeping social distance for health reasons, no visitors

Review №20

Going with a SOLID four stars right now. Only because i was not able to evaluate the whole park and everything it has to offer. My family and our friends went for the extended fourth. All of the staff we encountered were more than pleasant. A number of them stopped just to chat. Grounds were kept Very Clean. Sites were raked before we arrived. No cigarette butts laying around. Fire pits are cleaned and positioned so we could place were we wanted. Sites are pretty level and large. Heavily wooded. Camp was full for the holiday but remained quite. Nice smaller pond with beach for fishing, kayaking and light swimming. Two decent sized pools (one kiddie) undergoing some reno.Highly recommend and is now on our repeat list.I am sure they will earn the fifth star when i return for a longer stay.

Review №21

This is our third season at Shady Acres Campground. We love it. The grounds are meticulously maintained. The bathrooms are modern and always clean. Jaclyn, Mike, Susan and Scott, the owners, spend a lot of time and effort planning creative and fun family activities. Its a wonderful place to spend time with your family making memories. On a side note, thank you for allowing me to bring my group from Community Connections Inc. Often, the disabled community come from group homes and difficult situations and never have an opportunity to experience the camping lifestyle! Hanging out in the hammock, chilling under the trees, and roasting marshmallows, may not seem like much to some, but to them it was everything! Thank you, you made a lot of very special hearts very happy!!

Review №22

If you are looking for a spot for your RV for a few days you will be staying in an open field which isnt bad if you prepare yourself. All the tree covered (campground) spots are taken from people who are there all summer. There are a lot of amenities (pool, arcade room, playgrounds, mini golf, horseshoes, lake, etc.) and you may feel like you are taking a step back in time 15-25 years. The staff is super nice too.

Review №23

Been here over a month, with covid 19 restrictions we have unfortunately missed its usual amenities, but this is a beautiful campground run by a great family.

Review №24

Loved the shade large lots for RVs even with covid 19.

Review №25

This is a very nice campground. They have 2 pools. 1 for small children and 1 for bigger children and adults. Everything is kept clean. They provide WIFI and have an ice cream shop. Their store is clean and well equipped with whatever you might need. The only negative is they charge for any visitors unless you rent for the season. $9/pp. A little steep if you only stop by for a quick visit. My sister rents here.every year and takes her granddaughter. Works good for me because they can come to my home near the water but not sleep over.

Review №26

An amazing place & views, peaceful & quiet

Review №27

Our family loves Shady Acres Family Campground! We have had the best time creating family memories and making new friends over the years.The campground is always clean, family 🐶friendly with pleanty of activities for the kids. Nice playground, pond, mining, ball pit, pool, mini golf, volley ball, basketball and old school merry go round. Each week there are planned activities and crafts that are always fun. There are lots of area attractions throughout the season as well. Plymouth waterfront is our favorite.Happy Camping!⛺ The Copleys

Review №28

Loved our stay! Cant wait to go back!

Review №29

Very expensive premium sites that unfortunately are in the blazing hot sun, no shade. Cute little mini golf course, new pool (although rather small) and beach area that Im not sure I would swim in, but nice to relax by. I spotted a small arcade too, but we did not use. There are a TON of seasonal campers here in the wooded section. Neat playground areas for the kids, one was getting re done when we stayed, and an awesome, clean little campground store. The owners were incredibly nice. If you have little ones they would probably really enjoy the place. I did see they do a bunch of activities/craft type stuff for all ages, we just missed them at the time we were there.

Review №30

There should be more paved roads for the handicapped to be able to get around easier. THE BEES NEAR POOL to much..... and random pole getting Into pool area could barely get my handicapped sister in area to enjoy! .

Review №31

My wife and I are in our second year staying for a full season, and we love it here. It has a great country feel to it and surrounded by picturesque cranberry bogs. The owners and management are the best....they leave us alone, but are there to help with anything you need when you need them. We love that the owners are fellow they understand the camping experience fully. We are looking forward to coming back again next year.

Review №32

Great location, in proximity of the cape and next to Myles Standish state park, Thomas land and convenient stores. Shady Acres is not a resort camp ground and it is not for the young party crowd. Families looking for a local camping trip I would reccomend it. The bathroom was clean and free showers were fairly new and steaming hot! Pool was a bit dated but clean and not over crowded. 2 pools in 1 space. A full size pool and a 1 foot deep pool for little ones. Free mini golf and fishing. Bass,pickerel , sun fish and cat fish all in the 7 acre pond. Store closes early but the staff is nice.

Review №33

I had read some negative comments about the owners and daughter of this campground and I have to say they are TOTAL BS!! Upon arrival they could not have been any more polite and professional!! Extremely helpful with some issues I had with my spot and followed up later!! I am very impressed with the facilities and the warm family feel of this campground!!! 5 huge stars!!! Well done!!!

Review №34

Shady acres campground is the absolute best. The owners are great very caring compassionate people. The people at Shady acres are also great super friendly and are always willing to lend a hand. Every weekend shady acres holds events for kids and adults, And on Halloween they do their famous spooky trail I give them a 10 star out of five

Review №35

Owner were accommodating to our requirements. Family oriented. Decent size sites. Good fishing. Good time had.

Review №36

The location was good for visiting Plymouth but other than that I wasnt pleased. Yes it was quiet, but with two little boys who love to go fishing, you there was no place to go on the campground. You are allowed to fish outside of the poles at the beach (if you want to call it that) but that area is completely overgrown your hook gets caught every cast. Good thing it was chilly the weekend we went and the boys didnt want to go swimming, the beach if you want to call it that is an okay size, but the water... I didnt even want me dog to go into it! A lot of seasonal campers there, we beat the season I guess because we didnt run into many. Have to buy wood from them, $5 for 12 pieces of wood that. Play ground is okay.$20 cash deposit on the gate key card if you will be leaving the grounds. Trash bins are quiet a walk out of the campgrounds gate.I will say our site which was near the playground had good tree coverage.

Review №37

Its was way overpriced for parking in a treeless lot with a very long hike to the one building with the showers/bathrooms up in the nicer shaded part of the park. Had I known what I was getting was just a newly graded area without a single tree within 100 yards I would have stayed somewhere else. Should have google satellite viewed it beforehand. Until they get some improvements it should have been a $40 a night not $80.

Review №38

Cant say enough good things about this campground. We are seasonal and find it quite enjoyable. Great park for the kids. Activities are run regularly for both kids and adults, and each weekend has a different theme. Have a great time catching fish in the private pond, and catching rays up at the pool deck. There is a fill size pool and a baby pool for the little ones. Management is absolutely wonderful! I could go on and on...

Review №39

I hate reading negative reviews when I know they arent true. It was a big decision for us to move our seasonal site from New Hampshire to carver to reduce our ride. Jaclyn was so helpful and understanding in helping us find the right site. This has got to be the cleanest campground I have ever stayed at. There are always activities if you want to stay busy and it is quiet at night when you want to relax. I find all the staff to be friendly and accommodating.If you are looking for a family friendly campground this is the place. ⛺️🏕🔥

Review №40

Great place to stay, the grounds are clean and well maintained. Ive been camping here for about 5 years.the owner are very accommodating and will go to great lengths to make your stay a pleasant family and I always have a great time there.

Review №41

Great little family campground. Only downside is the cost of coming by to visit family that is staying at the campground. $20 just to visit for an hour is a bit excessive. We were not using any of the campground amenities. Just visiting.

Review №42

Shady Acres Campground was a very nice place to stay. Tent camped on a beautiful site overlooking a large area of the campground. The week was very nice. Two minute walk to the bath house and pool. Two minute walk to the office. Very helpful staff who seem to truely care about your stay in Carver, Mass. Very convenient location to Plymouth. 15 minutes and your in town at the coast and the Mayflower II. Many local attractions listed on their website. We are a family of four who would highly recommend Shady Acres for anyone looking for an inexpensive but nice camping experience in the lower New England area.

Review №43

I purchases a beautiful park trailer and site after my arrival from the Philippines. While here had surgery, the staff and neighbors have been wonderful allowing home care and family to help me . It’s a very friendly atmosphere here . Really grateful for all the help , Thanks

Review №44

I am a seasonal camper and I think the place is amazing, the owners are family friendly. They keep our amenities updated constantly. We have more than one playground that children can go let out energy at. The campground put in a new pool and it’s nice and deep. The owners are constantly keeping up on the crafts and doing things like peeler beads and sand in bottles. It’s a great campground all around. Great senic view. Afforadbale. The campground is close to the cape, king Richards fair, edavile ,Plymouth, and so many other great family attractions. We’re close to great beaches, and great food places.

Review №45

Very quiet and laid back Campground

Review №46

This place is absolutely a mess. My grandmother takes my brother and I camping every year to a new campground,and even she can agree, this place is s***. First, we came tenting and it was a mess! There was cigarette butts and trash everywhere!!! They didnt even pick the place up. Second, these people obviously play favorites. My brother jumped in the pool and he got scolded. These other kids jumped, splashed, rough-housed, etc. and didnt get yelled at? These people are obviously only friendly to seasonal people. Another example, its only 1 car a site...but other places have two cars but of course the second we have a second car show up they have to scold us. Third, these people are all about scamming and getting money. My grandma paid 5 dollars for 12 pieces of wood....that is obviously small scraps. There was a nail in one of the pieces! But they have coffee thats good! WRONG. You get coffee at 10 AM when youre already awake and dont need anymore.In the end this place sucks. The only good thing I can say is the fountain is pretty and the merry go round is cool. Do NOT even consider coming here.

Review №47

We have been camping here for years and finally went seasonal last two yearsNice quiet family camping, Yes you have to buy there wood, but the wood burns good.and is delivered.When you compare this camp ground to all others in the area, this is not a bad campground for the moneyLots of activities for adults and kids....Friendly staff, Had my elderly parents there alone and dad ran out of gas, I called staff and they went to check on them to help, that means alot....

Review №48

The first thing that happened is there was poor signage as to how to park to register. The sign pointed to the left, however when evtook the road to the left we ended up in a parking area for maintenance with no way to turn around, had to back up down the driveway! When we did park a gentleman came out yelling at us for parking in the road! Had to pay a deposit for the electronic key to the gate, no problem, except it had to be in cash and to get it back had to wait until the office opened at 9:00 am. We were ready to go at 8:00! Laundry facilities were locked up so as could not be used early in the morning or later in the evening. I did not think it was a very camper friendly camp ground for those of us who like to get going early in the morning. The site was nice and shady though. Bathroom facilities were very nice and clean.

Review №49

People greet you very friendly! Then you find out quickly that they are all about the Money... Police you around and cant bring your own wood have to buy their wood. FELT VERY UNCOMFORTABLE!!

Review №50

Nice campground right on the Cranberry Big.

Review №51

Do NOT stay here if you are looking for a family-friendly campground, you are better off camping in a Walmart parking lot. TRUST me.We have been camping in RV parks across the western US and Canada for 40 years. In all that time we have NEVER encountered any thing like we found at Shady Acres campground.We reserved an RV site with this campground in early June 2016 for a stay in early May 2017. When we arrived we discovered that the site we had been assigned was not what we were led to believe it would be when we reserved.We asked to be moved to a site that was more like what we presumed we had reserved. This request started an unbelievable chain of events.It is impossible to describe in writing the anger, bullying and threatening behavior of the owner Susans husband. He will yell at you at the top of his lungs and not allow you to verbalize your complaint. You have to witness it to believe it. ANY complaint by a customer is met with threats to call the sheriff and have you evicted. Im not making this up!!!I will leave the name calling to other reviewers on this site but I must admit that I agree with them.If you think it is just us....READ ALL THE REVIEWS....we arent the only ones.

Review №52

Very friendly staff and great level lots and amenities near everything!

Review №53

Very clean, friendly staff. No Internet or trees in Premium Drive thru spots. Wooded spots are tiny and neighbors are right on top of you.

Review №54

We had a wonderful season, The grandchildren had a blast, looking forward to next season !!!

Review №55

I was just shocked to pay $74.00 PER NIGHT to camp in a parking lot!!!! Take a look at their map . . they have ONE RESTROOM and ONE DUMPSTER for the ENTIRE PLACE!!!!!! The so-called premium sites are totally unshaded and in the middle of nowhere . . plan on hiking at least 3/4 mile to take a shower or use the tiny pool or look at the disgusting beach. This is a campground for seasonal campers who are on top of each other like a FEMA camp . . I have nothing good to say about our experience .

Review №56

Booked a site at night and called to cancel the next morning as we realized we had existing plans and need to figure out a new weekend to go. The company still charged me $13.50 and wouldnt do anything about it. The worst part was she didnt tell me they were charging me fees, the price didnt sound right so I went and looked at my credit card and to see the price difference. Then called back and the explination was there are credit cards fees they have to pay, I own a business and know that for my 80 dollar depost you are not paying 13.50 in credit cards fees. After I went back I looked and it does say there is a 10 dollar cancelation fee on the website, still not 13.50 and if I was told that ahead of time I would of just kept the site until I knew when I could move it, not to mention my reservation was 7 weeks out so you know they will fill It, awful business and wont be going here now.

Review №57

Do not reserve! Its a rundown trailer park in disguise! I reserved a campsite for my one year anniversary with my husband. It was supposed to be romantic. The woman I made reservations with over the phone even stated how beautiful the scenery was of the tent sites. The rest of the wedding party was to accompany me on this trip. It was supposed to be a grand adventure.We arrived to the site off hours, at 7pm. I had called beforehand to confirm there would be no issue with check in. I was assured Steve would be in the welcome hut when I arrived, and he would assist me and my husband with finding our campsite. When I approached the welcome hut, it was closed. A map my name on it was taped to the door and I presumed these were my instructions.As we entered the compound, I immediately noticed this was a trailer park. Have you noticed that on google, Shady Acres is not listed as a campground? Thats because its not.Its a trailer park.By using the map, we easily found our way to our campsite. At this point I was beginning to feel unwelcomed. My car could not make it to the campsite. It litterally became stuck in the steep dirt ramp and started to spin out. I feel as though I was not the first person to have issues with this site, as the pothole was quite deep and the rocks were very unforgiving. All of the tent sites are atop a very steep hill with exposed roots and boulders that require a four wheel drive vehicle with a great suspension to get to. I felt I was expected to have a SUV, which I did not. If you do not have such a vehicle, do not rent a tent site at shady acres.We parked the car and investigated the site. I took note that these tent sites are the highest point in the campground, and with a lack of trees, it was vulnerable to strong bursts of wind. I also noted that the ground was mostly sand. We began to set the tent up, when it began to lightly rain. The sand turned to a slippery grit quite quickly, and would not keep the tent stakes down. A burst of wind took my tent and snapped the stakes.I wish there was someone at the welcome hut as they assured, and perhaps to warn me of the wind, or the rain, or the difficult path leading to the campsite. I drove three hours to be here, and I found myself crying at the situation and no one to speak to.The next morning, I returned to retrieve my broken tent and gear and spoke to the women at the front desk about my maladventure. She was very quick to say they would not reimburse my deposit. All of the staff I interacted with in person were quite rude, despite having been so sweet over the phone. We ended up bunking in an motel not too far away.SHADY ACRES IS NOT FOR CASUAL TENT CAMPING. Heed my warning - you will need a nice tent rated for 30mph and a 4wheel drive SUV.I simply wanted to have a nice romantic weekend with my husband and friends, and I felt Shady Acres would have ruined it if we had stayed.

Review №58

My family and I go back year after year. Love Shady Acres.

Review №59

Great clean campground

Review №60

This place is where a mad man would stay. There are many extreme things wrong with this. The first thing I dont like is the owner. I caught him yelling at a bunch of little kids that looked about 6 to 12 to get off the play ground because they were being evicted. Thats sickening. You know I would go relax in the pool but theres no jacuzzi. Ok thats resonable. I then go to their 5 foot pool thats filled with pine needles and what seems to be clumps of mud. I decide to go to the pond and then find out that its infested with snapping turtles and lily pads. People can easily get tangled and drown. The place is also an absolute scam to and the owner is disrespectful to his payers and is rude.

Review №61

What a dump. Came in to empty our tanks dump ($25.00fee) station is on a hill and a slant. Hose bib is not threaded so we couldnt even flush the tank.. campground looks like a slum and huge potholes in dirt road. Unable to turn the trailer so had to back out.

Review №62

Shady Acres deserves more than the 3.6 stars it has. We have been camping here for several years now, and will continue to do so.The owners are wonderful. I was coordinating a group of 12, with several sites, and they were able to hold them until each site paid for their own. There was no aggravation or issues with any of the reservations.You can purchase an entire bucket full of wood, that will last you the weekend if you arent cooking on it, but making a fire for ambience and Smores. The fire pits have grates that can be used to cook on, or simply removed to enjoy the fire. They are not stationary so you are able to move them around to configure your site to your needs.All the sites are clearly marked, cleaned and raked prior to your arrival. They are all sand so no rocks or roots in your back if you are in a sleeping bag in a tent. All the sites have electricity and water, even the tent sites. There are sewer sites for large RVs and those of us who bring our own camp sinks.The pool area is small, and closes on Labor Day. But with each weekend having a theme, not having a pool (it was the week after Labor day, the last time we went, and it was a little chilly) didnt bother us one bit. I took the kids to the rec hall and we made Vegas ornaments out of playing cards since the theme that weekend was Vegas. There was a Texas holder tournament Saturday night, and families watching the Pats game in the Rec Hall Sunday afternoon.There is a small pond for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, etc. With the lack of rain this year, it was low, but still fun for all to go and fish. The beach is nice and sandy, and has a picnic table and is close to the pool and restrooms.The playground is right as you drive in to the campground itself. It sits between 2 one-way roads and is fenced in and sandy. The kids are able to play, and the parents can relax on the swings, or the benches provided.We were there during one of the super moons, and the view of the moon over the sports field was incredible. The sports field has a few more playground type structures as well as a paved area for basketball, and sandy area for volleyball in addition to the open field for kickball, wiffleball or soccer.The restrooms are top of the line. FREE HOT showers, with privacy stalls, granite countertops, and brand new fixtures. You would think you were in a fancy hotel bathroom, not a campground by the looks of the restrooms. They have a uni-sex, handicap restroom with an accessible shower, sink and toilet. Its great for when you need a little extra privacy or the room for families trying to bathe all the kids at once.The proximity to retail shops (Cranberry highway in Wareham is 5 minutes away) and coffee shops is quite convenient. Dunkin Donuts, Cumberland Farms, several liquor stores, and retail shopping (Walmart, Target, Old Navy, etc). Edaville railroad is nearby as is Myles Standish State Forest, and a plethora of cranberry bogs, one of which is adjacent to the campground.My group and I look forward to coming here each year, and vow to come here more than we already do. If you are looking for a resort type campground that is found in MA and CT, this is not the place. If you want fun, low key events, and a friendly atmosphere, then be sure to check out Shady Acres.

Review №63

Dont go here, his daughter has no personality and is definately not a people person person. she might greet you at the office and you will learn very quickly that she is all business and doesnt know how to deal with the public in a pleasant manner. she is clueless and lacking in her interpersonal skills. today I loaded up my truck with my stuff from the cmper and tied it all down. I had 3 bags of trash to put in the dumpster as I was leaving. when I got to the dumpster she came over to me in her golf cart stating I cannt throw that stuff in the dumpster. I was dumbfounded by her reaction. I told her I had 3 bags of trash and the rest of the property was going to my house. She sat there and watched me. I still cannt figure out why someone woiuld think I tied down my property so I could drive 100 yards to the dumpster, and then think I was going to untie every thing and throw it away, she thought everything in my camper was trash!!! God help her.

Review №64

Not a family campground. New owners arent nice at all very rude.

Review №65

Very small sites and all guests are right on top of each other, fire pits are to close to your RV because of the size of the sites, place is loaded with seasonal sites about 85 - 90% some look abandoned, there is are some renovations being done, we camp with my brother in law and his family most of the time and they also where not happy with the campground, this is our first and last time at this campground, there are a lot of dogs and some are not on leash, Not a place for us.

Review №66

Friendly, fun, youth oriented.

Review №67

Most amazing place in the world

Review №68

Good time always

Review №69

Very friendly camp ground

Review №70

I think a little overpriced,

Review №71

Love it !

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  • Address:20 Shoestring Rd, Carver, MA 02330, United States
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  • Phone:+1 508-866-4040
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  • Wheelchair-accessible entrance:Yes
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