Campsite Fees:$35.00 per site. Campsite fees include up to 2 adults and up to 3 children per site.Additional adults wanting to spend the night are an $12.00 each per night.Additional children wishing to spend the night are $6.00 each per night.Children under age 5 are free, but count toward the total number of people on the site. There is a strict limit of 8 people per site at any given time.
Visitor Fees:All visitors who want to visit a campsite must register at the office and obtain a Visitor Pass. If visiting for more than 15 minutes, there is a $12.00 fee for an Overnight Pass and a $6.00 fee for a Day Pass.Day Pass visitors must enter the campground by 8pm and leave the campground by 11pm.Children under age of 5 are free, but count toward the total number of people on the site.Remember, there is a strict limit of 8 people on a site at any given time.
Seasonal, Discounted Weekly and Monthly Rates are available by calling the office at 413-447-9419.
We want to make your stay pleasant, safe and comfortable. If you need any information, please feel free to inquire at the Campground Office. Please help us make your stay here more enjoyable by complying with the following rules:
Reservations and Cancellations
Payment is required at time of reservation. In 2017, Memorial Day, Labor Day and Columbus Day reservations require a 3-day stay.There are no refunds for holiday reservations that are cancelled for any reason.If a reservation is cancelled at least 48 hours in advance for a non-holiday stay, collected funds can be transferred to a future reservation through 2018.
Check-In and Check-Out
Check-out before 12:00 (noon). on day of departure unless it is a “Late Stay Sunday”. Please make arrangements prior to 10:30am if staying an extra night.
Quiet hours are from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.No loud talking, music or outdoor movies. Disruptive campers or visitors will be asked to leave the property.
Limit of one (1) picnic table per campsite.
All vehicles must display a valid campground parking pass. A vehicle without a proper parking pass may be asked to leave the campground. Vehicles must not block the road or adjacent campsite(s). Speed limit is 5 MPH. There is a limit of two vehicles at each site. Check with campground management to locate where additional cars can be parked.
All visitors who want to visit a campsite must register at the office and obtain a Visitor Pass. If visiting for more than 15 minutes, there is a $12.00 fee for an Overnight Pass and a $6.00 fee for a Day Pass. Day Pass visitors must enter the campground by 8pm and leave the campground by 11pm. Children under age of 5 are free, but count toward the total number of people on the site. Remember, there is a strict limit of 8 people on a site at any given time. Campers are responsible for the behavior of their visitors.Unruly visitors will result in both the camper and visitor being asked to leave the campground.
Parents are responsible at all times for their children’s safety and behavior. Please supervise children in showers, restrooms, playground and pool.Children under 16 years of age cannot be in the pool area without an adult.Please do not allow children to play in the roadway.
Laundry room is open from 11am to 7pm.
Restrooms and Showers
There are two bathhouses with toilets, sinks, and hot showers. Animals and the washing of dishes are prohibited in the bathhouses.
Fires on the Campground
Charcoal and propane grills are permitted. Sites have fire pits or rings for cooking or just enjoying a warm fire at night. Campfires must be extinguished by midnight – no exceptions.
Garbage and Recycling
Overnight guests will receive a complimentary clear recycling bag to collect cardboard, aluminum cans, plastic and glass.Recycling and garbage is to be placed in the appropriate dumpster across from the office.
Please call owners at (413) 447-9419.This number rings in the office and at the owner’s camper or 911 in an emergency.
Trees, and the shade they provide, are an integral part of an enjoyable campground experience. However, healthy and well-maintained trees pose a natural hazard of falling debris, such as leaves and branches, especially during windy and/or extreme weather conditions. We do not assume responsibility for these natural hazards or for any property damage, injury or other circumstances that may result. Please take this into consideration when parking and while enjoying the park.
The following items are prohibited: Firearms, hunting knives, saws-alls, and fireworks.
Park management is not responsible for loss, damages or claims to property of guests due to fire, theft, accident or any other cause. The management also reserves the right to refuse service to anyone who refuses to follow the rules and regulations without compensation.
Mt. Greylock Campsite Park welcomes all well-behaved and vaccinated pets. We understand that your pet is a member of your family and that you want to be able to bring him/her/them with you when you are camping with us.
Two, leashed, quiet, well-behaved pets are most welcome at your site.
Viscous animals or noisy barking dogs are not allowed. The management reserves the right to require that these dogs be removed from the premises immediately without a refund of any campsite fees that may have been paid.
Proof of vaccination must be presented on request.
Pet owners are responsible for IMMEDIATELY cleaning up after their pet by using a “doggie waste bag” and then disposing of the droppings properly. In the woods, on the grass or on the side of the road are not proper disposal sites. Please use the campground garbage dumpster. Help us prevent coprophagia (stool eating), and worm infestations, both make your dog really sick and to reduce the risk of having the campground develop a nasty fly problem. Doggie waste bags are available for sale in the camp store. You must be able to present your “doggie waste bag” when asked, when walking your dog(s) on the campground.
Pets must be kept on a leash with a maximum length of 6 feet UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE OWNERS AT ALL TIMES and are not allowed in buildings, at the playground or near the brook, pond, swimming pool areas. You may walk your dog in the pond area, however, at no time should dogs be allowed to swim in the pond. We strongly discourage the use of retractable leads that can be more difficult to control the animal, especially in a potential emergency situation. If you should decide to use a retractable lead, it must be locked at 6 ft. maximum.
Pets are not to be left in cars or campers or left unattended at any time.
Children who are given the responsibility of walking their pets, must be knowledgeable about their animal’s behavior and mature enough to handle their pet in a potentially dangerous situation such as an unexpected approach by a large barking dog or a hyperactive dog that wants to chase a squirrel. Parents are at all times responsible for the behavior of their children and their interactions with their pets.
The management reserves the right to ask pet owners to remove their animals from the premises immediately. Pet owners suspected of abusing their animals will be reported to the ASPCA and should expect a call from the authorities. Pet owners are responsible for any damage caused by their animals and are also responsible for any claims of injuries to people and/or other animals caused by their pets.
NON-HOLIDAY RESERVATIONS: When booking your reservation, we will ask for a credit card number to hold your site.We will charge your card at that time.If you need to cancel and notify us at least two days in advance of your reservation, we will hold the amount you paid toward a future visit.This credit must be used within one calendar year from the date of your cancellation.THERE ARE NO REFUNDS.
HOLIDAY RESERVATIONS:MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, COLUMBUS DAY. These weekends require a minimum reservation for three nights. Regardless, of when you cancel, there are NO REFUNDS on these holidays and NO CREDIT TOWARD A FUTURE VISIT.
Mt. Greylock Campsite Park follows the New England States firewood initiative by strictly enforcing the DO NOT MOVE FIREWOOD policy.Moving firewood that is contaminated with any number of insects or diseases, could destroy every tree on our campground.
Therefore, campers and guests MAY NOT bring in firewood UNLESS it is in a sealed bag and certified bug free.Please keep the bag to show us, should we question the source of the wood you brought with you.Approved firewood is available for sale in the campground store.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD CAMPERS OR GUESTS BRING CHUNK WOOD, PALLETS OR DEMOLITION MATERIAL TO BURN AT THEIR CAMPSITES.VIOLATORS WILL BE ASKED TO TAKE THEIR WOOD AND LEAVE.OUR TREES ARE JUST THAT IMPORTANT TO US!
Please fill out and submit the Reservation Request form. We will contact you to confirm your reservation and obtain credit card number to secure the reservation. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at: