Hidden Acres Family Campground47 River Rd, Preston, CT 06365-0000
Dogs are allowed at Hidden Acres Family Campground, but they must be kept on a leash when outside your vehicle. Breed restrictions may apply. For more information on pet restrictions, please call (860) 887-9633.Low Rates from $30
Or call 877-411-3436 for more information.
Hidden Acres Family Campground has been Migliaccio Family owned and operated since 1972. Sit back, relax and soak up some sun beside the Quinebaug River, or if you're feeling a bit more adventurous, grab a tube and jump on in! For the anglers, grab your pole, cast your line and bring in 'the big one'. However, if all that water is a bit much, visit the Craft Shop to paint a ceramic piece to bring home. Within the campground they offer everything from volleyball, bingo and shuffleboard to badminton, horseshoes and sing alongs! Nearby attractions are also plentiful, and include Mystic Aquarium and Seaport, Gillettes Castle, Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods Resort Casino and Connecticut Wineries just to name a few. Hidden Acres Campground also has a wide variety of amenities to make your stay as comfortable as possible. They offer a general store for your camping needs, laundromat, clean showers, free cable, free WiFi and with over 180 wooded sites, you are sure to find just the right spot.
- Pet Friendly
More than one year ago.
Wonderful Place for my Puppy !!
Loved this park. Had "prime" site #12 right on the River. Thou it did not have electricity or water there was a spout with fresh cool water 2 sites away and a male or female bathroom right next to it. Thou they have to be leashed, there was pleanty of room to roam around the campsite and often I left Lady unleashed ( so long as your pup doesn't rush off and wander other campsites).
The river was BEAUTIFUL !! It was very shallow our two days there and deeper our third day. The two days we were able to actually walk along the river ( up to our knees at its deepest ) and fish from rocks in the center of the river. My cocker Spaniel loved her first "swim" in the river EVER !! Dogs are allowed to swim free in the river and were able to walk along the rocks as well. Tubers were able to walk up to the top of the campsite and tube down the river. We caught sunfish and rock bass two days in a row.
There were fun things to do, thou a little limited. There were hayrides and fire truck rides. There was a great ceramics area where we were able to purchase a figurine for a minimal price and you could return to the ceramics shop as often as you wanted to complete the figure. There were a few arcade games, pool tables and things to do.
The site itself was very clean. The showers were nicely sorted with three showers in each house as well as to toilets. They were all very clean and easily acessable to all areas of the camp. Such a lovely time.