Fact that this park is very near where we live is a bonus. Off season, it is a great place to walk our dog. Lots of trails to explore; good places to fish. Facilities were clean when we last visited. Overall this place deserves numerous visits which my family had been doing for the last decade!
Book well in advance. Fishing from campsite....loved that. You can buy bait from the camp store on premises. Some campsites were not level so make sure your car has a great emergency break. Showers were something out of a horror show due to the iron deposits from the water. We were there over Labor Day weekend....and at one point were... 更多
This is a beautiful park. My first visit wont be my last. Covered only 5.5 miles because my dog is old but really looking forward to covering more ground in the coming months and years. Great day. Bring a backpack for snacks and drinks and a compass just in case; it's a vast area.
We really wanted to go camping in the fall, and Pawtuckaway is one of the few places in New England that are open late (we camped in early October). We drove up from Connecticut and were so, so happy with our choice. When we arrived, the main center checked us in - we had online reservations for a specific site,... 更多
A hidden secret in the area for its beauty and relaxing atmosphere. It is great for all kinds of campinf. One will ot be disappointed.It is for Summer and Fall camping.
so i am not an outdoorsman but have hiked the Lake District in England and several tramps in NZ....this was beautiful. My only complaint and this was echoed by the more experienced people I was with was that the trails were poorly marked. Weren't sure where we were going; often lost blazes; some blazes seemed to change in the middle... 更多
Incredible hiking experiences in these woodlands, ... Hugh boulders and exceptional rock formations throughout the park.Glacial erratic 30-40 feet in height, if you like to boulder or just watch others, this is the mecca for it. "Warning, spring time the black flies and other hungry insects are vicious."