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Old 08-30-2012, 04:45 AM   #1
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Looking for a Campgrounf in CT.

Hi All,

I am looking for a campground that stays open thru November in Connecticut. It seems all I have looked at close Oct 15. We are traveling from Washington State to see fall colors and then winter in Florida. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-30-2012, 05:13 AM   #2
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You might try this one: Hidden Acres Campground, RV Camping, Preston, CT 06365
We stayed there for a couple of days just over a year ago. It was basically an all right park, nothing to brag about and we probably would not return unless it was the only one available. Go to rvparkreviews.com and read the reviews, especially the one about the low hanging branches.
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Mystic KOA is open all year. :http://koa.com/campgrounds/mystic///
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You may want to check the foilage forecast map. Little if any foliage will remain in new england beyond Oct. http://www.yankeefoliage.com/peak-foliage-forecast-map/

Depending on where in CT you expect to stay, Normandy Farms in Foxboro, Ma Normandy Farms Family Camping Resort is about 70-80 miles from mystic and it's open year round.
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Hi All,

I am looking for a campground that stays open thru November in Connecticut. It seems all I have looked at close Oct 15. We are traveling from Washington State to see fall colors and then winter in Florida. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
At one time I lived in Sault Ste Marie Ontario and was a frequent rider of the Algoma Central Railway train called The Agawa Canyon Fall Colour Tour Train Agawa Canyon Tour Trains - Algoma Central Railway and unless the climate change has changed things the fall colours are gone long before your planned stopover.

If you get a chance try swinging into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, slip up into Canada (you'll need your passport) and take a ride on the ACR. best way to see the colours is in the comfort of an ambling train and you get more chance to observe the colours as you don't have to keep your eyes on the road.

Either way enjoy your journey and have fun.
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Normandy Farms

Check out Normandy Farms rate page - I think for the first time they are going to be closed January and February -
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