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Kettletown State Park

1400 Georges Hill Rd    Southbury  CONNECTICUT  US  6488    (203)264-5678 1400 Georges Hill Rd,  Southbury, CONNECTICUT, 6488

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  • 68

  • 41.4317487,-73.2015429

  • $38

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Reviews

whippintegra

July 04,2010

The bathrooms were very clean in our loop site 51 and that is also the site to be on. it is a very big site we were able to put our camper sideways in the site so we could block the view of the road. there was a nearby skunk that visited us every night we were there but he never sprayed. the bathrooms on the other loop were in need of some upgrading, but over all clean.

jonerinct

August 10,2009

Family had a great time. While our site was quite large and fully shaded with direct access to the lake the previous review is correct about many of the other sites specifically in the 41-68 loop (smaller and open). The campground was in good shape and clean. The bathroom facilities were above average and the staff was excellent. Young and helpful. Great place to camp with a young family. Hiking,Fishing,Biking,Swimming, Friday and Sat night movies were offered as was a craft on Saturday afternoon (that our kids enjoyed) and a late afternoon nature walk. There are board games available for a small rental fee at the ranger's office. Firewood and Ice is also available. Ice cream man comes through twice each weekend day. If you plan on playing horseshoes bring your own shoes. Good time met many nice folks. Will be back.

phenez

June 24,2009

Kettletown was a better than decent location. The park was very clean. The staff is very nice. Sites are pretty much right on top of each other. While the sites themselves are not really big, there is about enough space for a pop-top trailer and a small tent, right next to each other. Other sites are smaller and would only allow space for the trailer. Sites are not clearly defined or separated, there is chance for overlap into a neighboring site if you are not careful. Picnic tables and fire rings pretty much tell you where your lot is. Given the close proximity of the lots, privacy does not really exist. The bathrooms/showers were very clean. Upon my departure they were being cleaned and done so thoroughly. I found a Dunkin Doughnut about 8 miles away with the next town being about 15 for immediate supplies. Be sure to bring everything you need. I did hear someone purchasing firewood from the registration desk, but did not see any local spots to obtain some. Cell service: Nextel: None to Fair, partial data Verizon: Good, data This state park is NOT open year round. Reservations may be done through http://www.reserveamerica.com/ with what I think is a $9 mark-up. As CT does not have their own reservation system, they basically book you as a walk-up through reserveamerica at a $3 mark-up. So rates were actually $18/night, plus $3 for reserveamerica. I will be glad to answer more questions about this campground. I thought there was a place to post photos with a review, but you may contact me for those as well.

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whippintegra, jesusgem, jonerinct, phenez, Mopar,