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Brialee RV & Tent Park – Ashford, CT


Brialee is a great little family oriented campground with plenty of activities to keep the kids busy. The campground has full-time recreation directors to coordinate activities and entertainment for adults and children. Activities included ceramics, bingo, live music, sports, games, challenges, and countryside wagon tours. They also offer basketball, softball, beach volleyball, bocce, boating, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and fishing. They have a very nice 60′ Olympic-sized heated pool and 200′ sandy beach. There’s a huge two story recreation hall with arcade games, bingo, arts & crafts, and a snack bar.

The staff was friendly and helpful. The facilities were clean and well maintained. While there were quite a few seasonal sites, most were exceptionally well taken care of and did not detract from our experience.

The property is level and not difficult to negotiate with larger rigs. They have a good mix of pull-thru, open meadow, wooded and waterfront sites. The campstore has a limited selection of groceries and camping supplies.

Brialee is relatively easy to get to. It’s about 10 miles off I-84, exit 69. Our family camped here this past July and intent to make it one of our first outings next summer.

  1. grossed out camper says

    We camped there on August 13-15, 2010. There was a Porta potty that was full and overflowing.

  2. Chris Williams says

    We went to this wonderful campground on Friday, June 11 and left on Sunday afternoon June 13, 2010. It was a wonderful time. We went with family and friends and stayed in two campers and one tent. The only downside to this trip was the weather which is something that this park cannot control. It rained on and off the whole weekend but the activities were still going on. The worst part was on Saturday morning at 2 Am it started hailing! But we made due just like everyone else. They let everyone use golf carts (21 or older) and everyone including staff was very friendly. I am 14 and so is my friend and we made tons of new friends our age. Again they have non stop activities for the whole family including moonbounces, sumosuit, wrestling, pottery, etc… We really enjoyed our time and we will most surely be back for more! The only complaint I will make was the fact that when we hooked up our campers, the electricty was on one side of the site and the water and cable was clear across the other side of the site.They were way too far apart. Other than the weather and the hook up sapceing, we loved it and will be back! -Chris

  3. Amy Rainaud says

    We stayed there with friends last week and had a good time. Most of the staff was very nice with the exception of one staff member that would go absolutely nuts on kids at the pool. He went extremely overboard and seems to have some issues. We will return there but plan on contacting the manager and owner over the concerns about this one individual. I would recommend going in the off season since it is very expensive for camping.

  4. Laurie Butler says

    We were there for the $15 April promotion, and you get what you pay for. The site was set up so you could have water or electricity but was too spread out to have both, even with the extension cords they offered to sell us at their store. Communication with people there was difficult. On the upside, Bingo was fun and they did seem to have lots for kids to do. The place is really about seasonals. In my opinion, I don’t think they care about making the transients happy and comfortable. We will not be back.

  5. Alicia Rubio says

    I camp there last year with my family and we had a terrific time. Kids loved it too!

  6. Evan Blackledge says

    i love this campground this place always has something for everybody nobody is left out and that is why i love it

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