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Mt. Greylock Campsite Park

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Camp at the foot of Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts. Mt. Greylock Campsite Park is a 47-acre, 115 campsite recreational park that can accommodate tents and RVs up to 40 feet. There are two bathhouses with toilets, sinks, and free hot showers. The campsites are deep and wide and are nestled in the woods, separated by trees and grass. Amenities include a heated pool, activity center, fishing pond, volleyball, basketball and horseshoe courts, weekend activities including Music in the Field. Every campsite has a fire ring, picnic table, water, electric, and grey water hook-ups. There is a black water dump station because there are no sewers. Honey wagon service is free with extended stays of a week or more and available to others for a small fee. Guests have voted Mt. Greylock Campsite Park as the Best Campground in the Berkshires for the fifth year in a row! The Berkshires has more than 100 world class cultural attractions, superior outdoor recreation, and a famous farm-to-table food scene. We look forward to getting your reservation soon!

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Available RV sites at Mt. Greylock Campsite Park

Location

15 Scott Road

Lanesborough, Massachusetts 01237


Things to know

Check-in: 2:00 PM

Check-out: 12:00 PM

Rules

We are committed to ensuring that everyone who camps with us has an enjoyable and safe experience. So, before you decide to camp with us, please keep in mind the following: - Check-in time is from 2 pm until 9 pm. If you cannot check-in during this period, you must contact the office to make alternate arrangements. - Check-out is 12 pm - no exceptions. - To protect our environment only firewood purchased on the campground can be burned in the fire pits. If you bring any wood or construction debris onto this campground, you will be asked to leave. - All overnight campsites include 2 adults and 3 children. Additional adults are $12.00, and children 5 and over are $6.00 a night. - All campsites designed for RVs have water, electric, and greywater hook-ups. - There is a dump station for black water that can be used after your stay. Campers staying more than 6 nights are entitled to a free visit from our honey wagon. Others may request a pump-out by calling the Welcome Center and pre-paying the $25.00 fee. At no time should black water be dumped onto the land. - Quiet time is 11 pm to 7 am. Children must be back at their campsites and must be supervised by an adult. After 11 pm, all public areas on the campground are closed, and cars may only be used to leave and enter the campground. All noise must be confined to your campsite. Campfires must be out by midnight. - Children must be supervised at all times, especially when they are at the playground, pool, or fishing pond. - Visitors are defined as people who do not register for the entire length of stay. This includes your children and other family members. Overnight visitor fees are $12.00 for adults or $6.00 for children ages 5 or older. Day visitor fees are $6.00 for anyone 5 years of age or older. Day visitors are welcome between 10 am and 8 pm and must leave the premises by 11 pm. Visitors must register at the Welcome Center and get a Visitor Pass before going to the campsite. Children under 5 are free but still count toward the allowable 8 people on each campsite. Any visitors found on the campground without having registered and paid the visitor fee(s) will be asked to leave immediately. Campers are responsible for the behavior of their guests. - Bicycles are allowed. Children under the age of 16 must wear helmets as required by Massachusetts law. Skateboards, hoverboards, motorized bikes, and golf carts are prohibited. Motorcycles may be ridden when going to a campsite or leaving the campground. - Each campsite is limited to 8 people and 2 vehicles. Tent campsites are limited to 6 people (4 adults), 1 tent, and 1 vehicle. Additional vehicles may be parked by the office, and guests/visitors shuttled to the campsite. Cars may not be parked on adjacent campsites or the roads. Each vehicle must display either a guest or visitor pass. - You may not cut down any trees! You may not put nails in the trees, break off branches or in any way harm the trees. Clotheslines must be attached to campers only. - We have a recycling program for cans, bottles, cardboard, plastic, and paper. At check-in, each campsite will be given a free recycling bag that should be used to collect recyclables while camping. These bags should be deposited in the recycling dumpster opposite the office at the end of your stay. - Two well-behaved, quiet pets are allowed on each campsite. Owners must keep their dogs on a 6 ft. leash and clean up after them. At no time should dogs be left unattended on the campsite, in a camper or tent. Dogs are not allowed in the buildings, playground, pool area, brook, or fishing pond. Owners must be prepared to present their pet’s vaccination records when requested. - We do not allow BB guns or any other type of firearm. We do not allow fireworks. - The legal drinking age in Massachusetts is 21 and is strictly enforced. Holiday Weekend Reservations: - MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, COLUMBUS DAY. These weekends require a minimum reservation for three nights. Regardless of when you cancel, there are NO REFUNDS on these holiday weekends and NO CREDIT TOWARD A FUTURE VISIT.

Cancellation Policy

- Rates/policies are subject to change and vary during high-impact periods and special requests. If you need to cancel or reschedule your stay with us and notify us at least 48 hours in advance of your arrival, we will gladly reschedule you for another time or hold the amount you paid toward a future visit. This credit may be used throughout the 2023 and 2024 seasons. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS. - Spot2Nite convenience fees are non-refundable.


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