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Savoy Mountain State Forest, Savoy

Categories: Forests, State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • We stayed at site 21 for three nights. Great site for space as well as seclusion. Here's what I liked best: -Helpful park rangers at main office -Wonderful field in the middle of campground for kids t...  read more »
  • I rented cabin #2, which has a great view out front of South Pond. This cabin doesn't have electricity, only cabin #4 does. Cabins 1-3 are the old CCC log cabins built in the 1930's, #4 is newer and l...  read more »
  • Cabins are secluded, public bathrooms are clean, and a short distance, the lake views are breathtaking, we only did the very short hikes since we have 2 small children, they were lovely. Lake beach ar...  read more »
  • The trails were very clean and they were wide enough for vehicles. Some are snowmobile trails, and hikers frequent the more rocky than wet terrain. The park rangers are lovely, and super helpful and there is a campground on site. If you are visiting the Berkshires and looking for a good hiking spot, Savoy could be a great getaway for the day!
  • This campground is off the beaten path and quiet. It's a state campground, so the "amenities" are limited (no playground, store, etc.) That being said we had a GREAT stay while we were here... the kids spent literally HOURS at the South Pond catching tadpoles and just enjoying wildlife. We did the South Pond Loop hike and also hiked down to Tannery Falls (which is a drive off of the campground). The swimming at North Pond is very nice. Great place to bring the dogs, the kids and get away. No electricity, no cell signal. Some of the sites were a bit small but fine for tents and pop ups. Nice place
  • I have camped here numerous times during the warm months and have always enjoyed it. Bathrooms and other facilities are always clean and well kept. I have stayed in the cabins during the winter months for 5 years now and absolutely love them. The outhouse is clean and well maintained and the staff keeps the road well plowed for easy access. I have had numerous discussions with the staff over the years and have found them to be very helpful and pleasant. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone looking for a nice camping trip.
  • Beautifully maintained grounds. Lovely people and campground. No extras of course but there is a clean bathroom with a shower.
  • Nothing! This place is absolutely ridiculous! I booked a 4 day 3 night stay here with my best friend, boyfriend and 13 year old daughter. While we were sitting around a fire talking at about 4:30 p.m they came and told us we were being too loud and needed to quiet down! Mind you quiet time isn't until 10 p.m. We had 2 friends come over around 6 p.m for a cook out. At 6:30 p.m. they again came and told us we were being too loud and if they had to come back we would be kicked out! I said to them it's not quiet time why are you bothering us? They said we were being excessively loud and it was common courtesy. We decided to pack up while it was still light out and high tail it out of there before we were kicked out and forced to pack up in the dark. DO NOT CAMP HERE! YOU ARE NOT EVEN ALLOWED TO TALK FOR FEAR OF BEING KICKED OUT! THIS PLACE RUINED OUR FAMILY VACATION!
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