I was prepared to be disappointed because website pics are usually over-exaggerated. But this pool is truly amazing. It it huge, and the temp is perfect. The 2 slides kept the kids, (ages 4 and 7), busy for hours and hours, literally. We camped over Labor Day weekend which is the busiest time, and the pool never seemed crowded because it's so large. We were planning on a daytrip and hiking, but the kids never wanted to leave the pool. There are ample lounge chairs around the pool, and you feel like you're in a resort. The playground is also really nice with plenty of things to climb on, and a lot of kids to meet and make friends. There is a small river running around the camp that has nice rocks and natural pools to explore. Again, the kids loved it. I cannot vouch for how teenagers would like the place, given that there is NO cell service on any carrier for approximately 6 miles! No texting, no calls. You can get wifi by the snack bar to check emails and go online. Payphone only people! But it only cost 50 cents to make a call to Massachusetts. As with any campground, some sites are well located, and others are not. We happened to get the best/largest/most secluded one, but all the sites are bigger than any other campground we've visited. The Saturday night show was fabulous, but again, it's good clean family entertainment. (They handed us a pamphlet upon checkin with the map, etc, and it was a Christian pamphlet, but that's the only sign of it being a Christian campsite. The people staying here are just regular people, not religious zealots of any kind, so don't worry about it.) Campground bathrooms always skeeve me out no matter where I stay, and these were no exception. Dated, and smelly, but they're all that way to me. However, they do spend a lot of time cleaning them throughout the day. If you have young kids, this is definitely the place to stay, and we all agreed on the way home that we'll camp here again next year. Buy firewood on your way in, people are selling it in their yards all along the way, because it's $2 a bundle, versus $5 at the site. There are no grocery stores, so make sure you're supplied before you get there. There are small convenience stores about 10 minutes away if you need to run out.
- Also Known As:
- Moose Hillock Campground Hotel Warren