Chamberlain Lake Campground

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Chamberlain Lake Campground is located in the beautiful forests of northeast Connecticut. The campground is just outside the small town of Woodstock, which is known for its historically significant architecture as well as its large fairgrounds. Chamberlain Lake Campground is also within driving distance of many larger cities in New England, including Hartford, which is 45 minutes away, Providence, Rhode Island, which is one hour away, and Boston, which is 90 minutes' drive away. Although the campground is very secluded, it is easy to enjoy the conveniences of the city as well.

Campsites at Chamberlain Lake Campground come with water and electric hookups, and cable TV hookups are also available. There are modern restrooms, as well as a laundry facility with washers and dryers. There is a lake on site where campers can go fishing, boating, and swimming. The campground also offers canoe and rowboat rentals. In the center of Chamberlain Lake Campground, there are a playground, a horseshoe pit, a basketball court, a volleyball court, and an outdoor shuffleboard. There is also an indoor game and rec room, as well as a camp store where you can pick up basic supplies. This campground is very family-friendly, and pets are also allowed as long as they are leashed. While camping at Chamberlain Lake Campground, you can participate in events throughout the summer, including fishing derbies, horseshoe tournaments, live music, and more.

The Great Outdoors

Camping in an RV at Chamberlain Lake Campground is perfect for those who love water sports. Chamberlain Lake is right next to the campsites for convenient boating, fishing, and swimming. Other nearby water bodies include Black Pond, Keach Pond, and Upper Bungee Lake. You can rent boats from the campground or from one of the outfitters in Hartford. Chamberlain Lake is known for its bass fishing, although you may find other species as well. You will need a Connecticut fishing license for some of the water bodies in the area.

The campsites at Chamberlain Lake Campground are also a short drive from Bigelow Hollow State Park and Nipmuck State Forest. There are several miles of hiking trails within the state park, many of which are quite challenging and will take you through beautiful forest scenery. In the winter, you can go cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the area. The state park is also home to two ponds, the larger Mashapaug Pond and smaller Bigelow Pond. Both have boat launches and are favored places to fish. Mashapaug is stocked with different species of trout, and you may also find bass, catfish, and perch.

The Natchaug State Forest is also a short drive away from the campground. It is home to historic sites from the Civil War. The forest is also a very popular place for horseback riding, with a full network of horseback riding trails. There are also trails for hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. Hunting is allowed in some sections of the park, and fishing is available along the Natchaug River when you book an RV rental in Windham County.

Exploring The Area

RV camping at Chamberlain Lake Campground is the perfect way to explore the New England countryside. There are lots of fun sites to explore in the area, including many countryside wineries, orchards, and flea markets. There are also golf courses, bowling alleys, and cinemas just a short drive away. The nearby towns of Woodstock and Putnam are the closest places to find a gas station, grocery store, or pharmacy, as well as small local restaurants. Woodstock is also home to the Roseland Cottage, which is a historic Gothic Revival summer home that you can tour. Old Sturbridge Village is a very popular attraction just north of the campground in Massachusetts. The area is home to a living history museum as well as shops and restaurants.

It’s also very easy to take a day trip to Hartford when you go motorhome camping near Woodstock. Hartford is the capital of Connecticut, and you can visit the state capitol building and The Old State House. Hartford also has several interesting historical attractions to check out. One of the most notable attractions is the Mark Twain House & Museum, which is where Mark Twain lived in the late 19th century.

Another easy day trip is Providence, Rhode Island, which is an hour's drive east of the campground. Providence is a very artsy city, and you can visit the RISD Museum to enjoy an extensive collection of fine arts exhibits. The city also hosts festivals and events throughout the year at Waterplace Park in the heart of downtown. Other notable attractions in the downtown area include the stunning Providence Athenaeum library as well as Roger Williams Park, which is known for its botanical gardens.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Bigelow Hollow Pond, Mashapaug Lake, Breakneck Pond Trail, CTBigelow Hollow State Park, CT
  • Breakneck Pond Loop Trail, CTBigelow Hollow State Park, CT
  • West Thompson Lake and Quinebaug River, CTThompson, CT
  • Mashamoquet Brook Trail, CTMashamoquet Brook State Park, CT
  • Connecticut Audubon Society Bafflin Sanctuary, CTMashamoquet Brook State Park, CT
  • CCC Trail Loop, CTAshford, CT
  • Taylor Pond Trail, CTWillington, CT
  • East Brimfield Lake Long Pond Area, MABrimfield, MA
  • Walker Mountain, MASouthbridge, MA
  • Edwin Way Teale Memorial Sanctuary, CTHampton, CT

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