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Best of the Berkshires 2020

For a third year in a row, we are so happy to announce that our campers have voted us Best Campground in the Berkshires.  We are proud of this accomplishment and want to thank everyone for their continued support.  It gives us such joy to know that people love our campground as much as we do.  We look forward to seeing you next year!
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  Come and leaf-peep at Mt. Greylock Campsite Park!  Fall reservations accepted through November 7th.  Make your reservations now!

Welcome to Mt. Greylock Campsite Park

Mt. Greylock Campsite Park is a jewel in the Berkshires located at the base of Mount Greylock State Reservation in Lanesborough, MA. There is a reason why this campground has so many old friends coming back and why the new campers are making it a tradition-it's beautiful here! 

Mt. Greylock Campsite Park is a 47-acre, 112 site recreational park that can accommodate tents and RV's up to 40 feet. There are two bathhouses with toilets, sinks, and free hot showers. The sites are deep and wide and are nestled in the woods, separated by trees and grass.

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Introducing Winter Tuesday Tidings!
Why Tuesday Tidings?  We hope it is a fun way to make a report, announcement, tell a story, share an article or headline from around our 47-acre park during the off-season.  We will post on our website and Facebook Page every Tuesday beginning March 9, 2021.  Look for Tuesday Tidings from Mt. Greylock Campsite Park each week!
Here are today's announcements: 

Tuesday Tidings – May 11, 2021

Tuesday Tidings – May 11, 2021

The camping season has begun! Most of our Seasonal Guests checked-in over the weekend. Welcome back to those of you who are continuing to stay with us and a warm welcome to the new families that have decided to be here with us this season! We will be planning a COVID appropriate Seasonal Guest gathering so you can all meet and get to know one another!

ROAD TO THE SUMMIT OF MOUNT GREYLOCK OPENS ON SATURDAY, MAY 22, 2021!

Team Member Update:
Welcome Niki! Niki is our new Guest Relations Team Member who joined our team two weeks ago. Niki comes to us with a wide range of experiences that make her a perfect match for the campground. You will find her mostly in the Welcome Center but as she learns the campground, she will deliver firewood and items you want from the campground store. Please introduce yourselves and make her feel at home here! The learning curve is steep – she is doing a great job learning the reservation system, Seasonal Guest names and campsites, check-in/check-out procedures, telephone, and email inquiries and so much more! There is a photo of Niki and Pat with the new sign that the Freemantle family gave us below. Thanks for the new sign, it already has a home on the front of our Welcome Center! Welcome Niki! We are glad you are here!

Brandon will be back with us full time when his college semester ends in May. This year you will also see Brandon helping in the Welcome Center in addition to his "field" responsibilities. He wants to learn more about the hospitality industry, so we are giving him the chance to expand his horizons! Is campground ownership in his future? We hope so!

We have been busy finishing up the spring projects. We want to give a "shout out" to the individuals and businesses that are helping us move forward this Spring!
* Doing the annual Spring clean-up. Expanding the Hilltop Tent Area by removing a decade or more old wood pile. Dangerous tree removal. Thanks to All-in-One Landscaping. Owner: Rick Milesi and crew.
* Gutting the basement of the Welcome Center to do mold abatement and to begin the long process of installing a commercial kitchen there. Thanks to Brandon and his friend who have worked on this project on and off since the fall.
* Building the deck off the side of the Welcome Center and giving the "doors to nowhere" somewhere to go! Thanks to Lussier Construction. Owner: Ken Lussier
* Installing the new campsite markers. Guess who is responsible for that project?
* Added amenities to the bathhouses. Washable soft fabric shower curtains – no more plastic that must be hand washed and sanitized regularly! Plus, the new shower curtains do not stick to you! New hooks and toiletry storage coming soon!
* Updated heating and plumbing for the Welcome Center! Thanks to Vinnie Villanova Plumbing.

We are thankful for the dedication of these professionals – Check them out if they can be of help to you. Until next Tuesday – Stay Safe and Get Vaccinated.

Fall Special 2021 - Stay With Us and Leave Your Camper
Enjoy the Fall at Mt. Greylock Campsite Park.  Spend up to two consecutive weekends and leave your camper during the week for free.  Book the weekends and we will take care of the rest.  Valid September 10 through November 7, excluding Columbus Day Weekend.
This was our favorite camping spot of the season! The staff was so accommodating and willing to assist with whatever we needed, including giving us tips on things to do in the area. They had a seamless and covid-safe check in system. The sites were all very large and comfortable.
Stephanie G.
We were first time RVers and selected Mt Greylock Campsite Park for our vacation sight unseen. Gordon and Pat were welcoming and made our stay very enjoyable. The tree lined site was quiet, clean and private. This was the perfect COVID vacation.
Rob S.
The owners of this campground are the nicest people. We wanted to go camping mid November in the Berkshires. After calling a lot of campground that were all closed already I made one final call to this campground. Although they were planning on closing the week before they said they would keep the campground open for us to come. They were so accommodating and friendly when we got there. They told us all the areas that were interesting to see and brought fire wood right to our campsite. I would highly recommend them and I know we will definitely be going back.
Maggie B
Wonderful campground at the foot of Mt. Greylock. Gordon and Pat welcome you and know how to take care of you and your needs. Lots of help with my troubling hitch and Gordon bailed me out in a big way. Music on Saturday nights, roomy sites that are very private. Wonderful place to stay. Even a food truck for when you just don't feel like cooking. Will gladly stay again.
Bonnie R
Awesome campsite! Owner is very polite, and the park is easy to navigate. Also, there's a pond that is home to frogs and prawns at night. I went frog-catching at night, and it was awesome! Great place!
Silver D
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Plenty to Do

We're always making improvements to our campground. The latest include new volleyball and basketball courts, renovated office and camp store, and solar cover for the pool. There's plenty to do on site and even more things to do in the surrounding area!

Campground Map

Check out our campground map. You will see the different site categories as well as the other amenities.  
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Golf Carts for Rent

Make your stay at Mt. Greylock Campsite Park more enjoyable with a golf cart rental! Must be 18 years of age with a valid driver's license to operate. Day rental is from 2 pm to noon the following day. Carts can be reserved through our website or by phone in the same way you secure a campsite. Carts are rented on a first-come, first-serve basis. 
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Camp at the Foot of Mount Greylock,
the Highest Peak in Massachusetts.

Nature is everywhere, fresh air, tall trees, flowers, squirrels, chipmunks, and an occasional bear! Every camper site has water, electric, and grey water hook-ups. There is no sewer, however, there is a black water station. Honey wagon service is free with extended stays of a week or more and available to others for a small fee. There is a fire pit or ring and picnic table on every site.