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Old 07-14-2016, 02:58 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by nathanj04011 View Post
We have stayed at both Normandy Farms and Danforth Bay (numerous times). Both are very nice campgrounds, but be aware, at least with Danforth Bay, sites during the summer months and even in the fall are really hard to get. Danforth Bay has a lot of park models, and seasonals so the transient sites are snapped up quickly. But the sites are spacious and nice. Most are away from the park model areas. Also be aware that they are not cheap. I blogged about Danforth on my Casita blog, but be forewarned...there is a lot of bather and jaberwocky (which can be my style, admittedly), but it does have pictures of that and a few other New England campgrounds.

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Normandy Farms is usually booked solid too, great place for folks with kids.

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