- 150 Village Hill Road, Willington, CT 06279, USA
Wilderness Lake is a RV Park, Campground, and Recreation Area located minutes from Interstate 84 in Northeastern Connecticut near the Massachusetts line, with easy on & off access to the highway (Exit 70). Wilderness Lake is set serenely on over 100 acres of pristine countryside with a fresh-water lake for swimming, boating, and fishing; mini-golf, trails for hiking and biking, volley ball courts, horse-shoe pits, a tribal village, game rooms, new playground, a lodge with home-theater entertainment, and much more!
Other Phone: (860)429-0235
Latitude/Longitude: 41.918408 , -72.283353
Total Sites: 80
Camping Season: 5/1 - 10/1
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Interstate 84 to Exit 70. Go North on Route 32 approximate 300 feet. Take first right onto Village Hill Road. 1 ½ miles to Wilderness Lake on right. Route 190 to Route 32 South 4 miles. Turn left onto Village Hill Road. 1 ½ miles to Wilderness Lake on right.
General Camp Rules & Regulations Quiet hours will be maintained between 10:00pm and 8:00 am Two cars are allowed on a campsite. Mini bikes, motorized scooters, ATVs, and other recreational vehicles of this type are not allowed. Motorcycles may be used only to enter and exit campground. Speed Limit is 5 MPH (miles per hour) throughout the resort. Speed Limit is strictly enforced - first warning - second warning with $20 fine, third warning - eviction from park with no refund!! Please limit your driving to necessity. Bicycle riders must obey a 5 MPH rule; children 12 years of age and under MUST wear a helmet; bicycle riding is not allowed after dusk; bicycles must be parked at campsite when not in use. No washing cars or RVs allowed without management permission. Campers must not leave their children unattended in the camping area. Children under 8 years of age must be accompanied by an adult in the bathrooms and showers. No lifeguard is on duty - swim at your own risk; children must have adult supervision at all times; swimming areas are clearly designated. Canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and inflatable boats are allowed - sorry, no gas motors. No kegs allowed - excessive drinking or intoxication will not be tolerated. Drug use is grounds for immediate ejection. No fireworks or other explosives, firearms, bows and arrows, or other weapons will be tolerated on premises Camping generated refuse only; no littering or dumping of trash; please keep your campsite tidy Always secure the permission of the Wilderness Lake Office before lighting campfires; There may be a fire ban any time conditions are determined to be too dry or windy Fires are restricted to fire pits on site and must be attended at all times Please keep fire pits clean and free of refuse and debris NO SMOKING in rental units, recreation hall, arcade areas, bath hall or any other Wilderness Lake buildings. Please dispose of smoking materials safely.
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One of the worst campgrounds I've ever been to. The amnemities was deplorable. Bathroom water for showering was unfiltered and the stench was gagging. The service was nil. Beautiful scenery
May 25, 2010
Such a beautiful land but too much bugs. The service was deplorable and there were no one at the General store/office. The water was unfiltered so we had to boil much of it and the showers and bathroom was never cleaned throughout the weekend. Too much bugs and when we arrived it appeared no one worked there. We had to call for service and only took showers the first night and washed up, brushing our teeth at the tent site. I would never recommend this Campground to my dog, if I had one. However, it did appear that dogs had a better stay than we. One the owners dog visited our campsite, begging for food and knocking down one of my awning poles to my tent. However, the walk around the lake was nice for my girlfriend and I and we made the most of it.
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