Best RV Parks in Connecticut

RV Parks in Connecticut

Connecticut's beaches, mountains, rivers, lakes, forests, and other features make it a great state for RV camping and outdoor activities like hiking and fishing. And don't forget to enjoy some classic New England seafood favorites, like lobster rolls or clam chowder, while you're there.

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Mystic Camping RV Camping

Mystic is located in eastern Connecticut, close to the border of Rhode Island. It's a popular tourist destination with beautiful beaches, camping sites, and picturesque views. Mystic is also home to the Mystic Seaport Museum and the Mystic Aquarium, both of which are popular tourist destinations.

Mystic KOA, located in North Stonington, is a favorite among seasonal campers. It features a variety of camping options, including RV sites, cabins, and tent sites. This location offers WiFi, a pool, and a playground.

Best Campgrounds Near New Haven

What do you think of when someone says New Haven? You might think of the Yale University campus, historic buildings, and a variety of unique shops.

While there aren't any campsites in New Haven, there's an option in nearby North Branford. Totoket Valley RV Park is just a short drive away and offers full hookups and picnic tables.

Salem RV Camping

Located in southeastern Connecticut, Salem is home to approximately 4,200 people. The town features several places to camp, including Salem Farms Campground. This campground is the perfect place to get away from it all and enjoy the beauty of nature.

There are many state parks in Connecticut; Witch Meadow Lake Campground is a great choice where pets are allowed. It offers large lots for your RV and plenty of space for tent camping. Campsites are pretty well spread out from one another, so you don't feel like you're right on top of your neighbor. And, the views of the lake are beautiful. If you're looking for a great RV camping experience in Connecticut, Witch Meadow Lake Campground is the place to go.

More RV Camping in Connecticut

Campers won't find RV parks in Stanford; however, Cozy Hills Campground is approximately a 90-minute drive from the city and boasts a 5-star average on Campendium.

There also aren't any family-owned campgrounds in Hartford. Nelson's Family Campground in East Hampton is located close to the city and has a recreation hall, restrooms, and showers. Lake Compounce Campground in Bristol is another option just a 30-minute drive from Hartford.

Campgrounds in Connecticut offer many amenities, such as full hookup RV sites, free WiFi, swimming pools, and laundry facilities to make your stay enjoyable. Whether you want to explore the Mystic Seaport Museum and the Mystic Aquarium or the Yale University campus, there is an RV park for you in Connecticut.

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Recent Connecticut RV Parks Reviews

Old Mystic, CT

Sun Outdoors Mystic

Dec 31, 2022

"We Have Grown Attached To This Place"

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We have enjoyed two stays at this campground now. It’s nothing fancy but is very clean and the staff is fantastic. They are very welcoming. We usually go in October and it’s quiet but expect a few more campers on the weekend. Water, electric, and cable hookups which all work well. There are two dump stations and they offer a pump out...
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Plymouth, CT

Gentile's Campground

Dec 04, 2022

"Mom-and-Pop Campground with Friendly Folks"

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Partner and I and our dogs stayed two nights here in our small travel trailer, emailing and calling ahead for a reservation. We were a bit surprised to find it a religious campground, like maybe it’s a local place for family and church community retreats. Folks were friendly, sites were level, amenities were adequate, pets were welcome, there...
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1 review
Nov 06, 2022

"Friendly Staff, Beautifully Spot"

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Nov 2022: Thankful for an Open CG when everyone else had closed down! We had a spacious site right along the River. 30 amp & water only. But there is a dump station. A nice clubhouse to work from. Mostly seasonal people, so we felt like we had the place to ourselves. Accessible for big rigs. Good to know: Showers require quarters Extremely...
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North Stonington, CT

Mystic KOA Holiday

Oct 30, 2022

"End Of Season"

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Wanted one last night before I put the MH up for the season. Got site C7. The site was level enough. My neighbor with a large 5th wheel had to drive through low branches to exit. I had to exit my site straight through the site in front of me. A tree with a low thick branch prevented me from exiting to the left traffic pattern. They really should...
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Thomaston, CT

Branchbrook Campground

Oct 24, 2022

"Not Great, Not Awful, Just Average "

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Pros: Better wi-fi than most campgrounds. My wife and I both were able to work with mostly no issues, though there were some situations where it would go out. Same with streaming, we could stream a show but it would occasionally have to buffer so it wasn’t great but again, better than most campgrounds. Spaces were decent sized. We were in site...
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