This is a very nice campground. The spots are large and private, lots of tall trees, but not overgrown forest. It was perfect actually. There are plenty of clean bath houses and the laundry facilities were sufficient. The seasonal campers didn't look shady, and all of the staff were friendly. The clubhouse is large with a pool table, video games and a bar. The camp store has plenty of the things you need and a little bit more. The town of Plymouth is a great place to visit, especially after Labor Day when the crowds calm down a bit. We spent 3 nights here exploring the area and learning about history. Why the Average Rating you ask? They are all about rules here. Rules Rules Rules, Signs Signs Signs. No bike riding here, no dog walking there, no fishing here, fire out by midnight. It's insane. This place could be 5 star if they would relax a little. Also, they empty the lake out to help the cranberry farmers float their bogs. We came here specifically because of the large lake and fishing. The lake is almost empty and it is overgrown with vegetation. The camp is also directly under the pattern for a small airport so the constant stream of low flying planes gets a little old when you're trying to enjoy nature. They are charging top dollar for this place, we paid 200.00 for 3 nights.
- Also Known As:
- Pinewood Lodge Campground Hotel
- Pinewood Lodge Campground Hotel Plymouth
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Pinewood Lodge Campground is nestled in 200 acres of white pine forest. There are 300 beautifully shaded sites, some in secluded tenting areas and others with full facilities for almost any size rig. We are located on a 50-acre fresh water lake. The campground boasts over 3,000 feet of lake frontage as well as a six-acre island. The waterfront is great for bass fishing, swimming, and boating. Our camp store has bait and tackle as well as rental rowboats and canoes. The store has many items available for your convenience including wood, ice, and groceries. We also have many camping supplies that you may have forgotten at home. You may decide to join in some of the activities and events at the park or just relax around your campfire. ... more less