Best Tent Camping: New England
by Lafe Low (Menasha Ridge Press)
© 2012 Lafe Low/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.
We stay at Lily Bay every year for vacation, usually in the month of July. This year will be our 4th year. There are two sides to the campground, tents - RV's (no kids-kids); although it's not uncommon to to see a few on either side. I love to stay on the water and pitch a tent for the week but it's hard to get the water sites, we've got lucky twice. That's one thing that frustrates me about this park though; every year that we have gone up we had to settle on our 3rd or 4th pick because they said the sites we wanted were taken. However every single year there has been no one on those sites. Other than that I love the campground, it's 15 minutes to downtown Greenville and a great in the middle location to a lot of trails. My favorite characteristic of Lily Bay is that they are strict on their rules. They rangers are very friendly and leave you alone as long as you play by the rules; quiet after 10pm, dogs on a leash and quiet, etc.. which means that everyone can relax and enjoy being there. I would definitely recommend this campground to anyone looking for a great nuetral location to stay and that doesnt look like a chuckee cheese when you pull in.
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