Wolfs Den Family Campground
Wolf’s Den Family Campground Is a Perfect Vacation Hideaway
The town of East Haddam, CT is a nice little place to spend your vacation this year. The town is small and friendly, and those who are traveling with their RV will find a wonderful place to stay that is nearby. Wolf’s Den Family Campground is the ideal location to stay when you are visiting the area. The campground is open from April 29 until October 23 each year, and it features a large number of sites and plenty of amenities. It is the perfect place to stay whether you are traveling with your friends or your family. The campground is only 15 miles from Middletown and only 20 miles from Old Saybrook.
Accommodations and Amenities at Wolf’s Den Family Campground
The campground features 205 campsites, and they are able to accommodate RVs that are up to 45′ long. They have a mobile pump out service for a fee as well as a dump station. The sites are large and all of the sites include water and 30 or 50-amp electric service. The sites also have cable television, a fire ring and a picnic table. Rental cabins and rental trailers are also available.
A Wi-Fi hotspot is available at the campground so you will be able to keep up with email, social networks and other online activities that you just can’t miss. The campground features clean restrooms and showers, as well as a well-stocked camp store. The store has all of the necessities you might have to buy as well as propane, ice and firewood.
The large recreation hall has a raised stage, and the kids will have a great time in the game room. The campground has 2 pavilions as well as a laundry room onsite, which is quite convenient. Campers will also love the Olympic sized swimming pool at the campground. Guests can play tennis, basketball, baseball, mini golf and more. They can even fish at the onsite pond.
Directions to Wolf’s Den Family Campground
From Route 9 to Haddam, CT, traveling either north or south, you will take Exit 7. Turn left on Route 154 and then take the first right onto Route 82. Proceed until you see the campground, which is going to be on your left.
- Pull Through Sites
- Big Rigs (40+)
- Full Hookups
- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- Cable TV
- Pet Friendly
- Swimming Pool
- Exercise Room
Campers who choose to stay at Wolf's Den Family Campground will find some great activities and attractions in the area. The town of East Haddam might be small, but is still has quite a bit to offer. In addition to finding places to shop, you will also find a number of places to dine in the town.
Vacationers will find that Gillette Castle State Park is an interesting place to visit as well. The mansion, which underwent recent renovation, has 24-rooms and is worth spending some time exploring. You will want to bring along your camera to take pictures of the exterior. If you want to take in a bit of culture, check out the local opera house. You will find some amazing talent in this town.
1 Member Review
My parents brought me to this campground as a child so I thought it would be a cool idea to bring my own daughter to the same campground. Keep in mind this campground has been around since the 1950s. It’s not a resort so please do not compare it those that are. This is a great place for good old fashioned camping, where you would have to think about how to entertain yourselves. This is now my daughter’s new favorite place to camp. She loved the fact that the available activities weren’t so regimented like in other campgrounds. She could play games whenever she wanted outside of the schedule. The cost to use the equipment is a nominal deposit. From a parent point of view, the grounds were clean. The pool bathrooms were so-so. The pool was clean, large and great temperature. The landscaping appeared to be kept up. The store prices were extremely reasonable as compared to other places that multiply the prices because they are convenient. A box of crayons .99 cents. Candy bar $1.25. Bag of ice $2.00. Bingo .50 cents a card. Kids bingo buy-in was a candy bar. Just to name a few. The staff was very friendly, helpful and accommodating. Quiet hours appear to be respected, at least during our stay. Seasonal residents were friendly and welcoming. We will be returning.Recommends This Park