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Nature’s Campsites 2014 Event Schedule

Posted by on Oct 1, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

2014 EVENTS SCHEDULE

SEASONAL CAMPER’S WELCOME BACK DINNER – SATURDAY MAY 10TH

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND – FRIDAY MAY 23RD-MONDAY MAY 26TH

FATHER’S DAY WEEKEND – FRIDAY JUNE 13TH – SUNDAY JUNE 15TH

NATURES SUMMER KICK OFF – FRIDAY JUNE 20TH – SUNDAY JUNE 22ND

PAINTBALL/CAMPING PROMOTIONS – SATURDAY JUNE 27TH & SUNDAY JUNE 28TH

FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND – THURSDAY JULY 3RD – SUNDAY JULY 6TH

FUN IN THE SUN/POOLSIDE DJ PARTY – FRIDAY JULY 11TH – SUNDAY JULY 13TH

WESTERN WEEKEND – FRIDAY JULY 18TH – SUNDAY JULY 30TH

CHRISTMAS IN JULY – FRIDAY JULY 25TH – SUNDAY JULY 27TH

RETRO WEEKEND/ 70S & 80S FLASHBACK – FRIDAY AUGUST 1ST – SUNDAY AUGUST 3RD

MARDI GRAS FIESTA WEEKEND – FRIDAY AUGUST 8TH – SUNDAY AUGUST 10TH

KIDS WEEKEND – FRIDAY AUGUST 15TH – SUNDAY AUGUST 17TH

PAJAMA WEEKEND – FIRDAY AUGUST 22ND – SUNDAY AUGUST 24TH

LABOR DAY WEEKEND – FRIDAY AUGUST 29TH – MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST

HALLOWEEN/COLUMBUS DAY WEEKEND – FRIDAY OCTOBER 10- MONDAY OCTOBER 13TH

OUR THEMED WEEKENDS WILL INCLUDE FUN FILLED ACTIVITIES SUCH AS MOVIE NIGHTS, LIVE MUSIC, GAMES, AND ACTIVITIES FOR THE KIDS.  ALL EVENTS ARE WEATHER PERMITTING.  A DETAILED SCHEDULE OF EACH WEEKEND WILL BE AVAILABLE ONLINE BY MAY 1ST.  I HOPE EVERYONE IS READY TO GET INVOLVED AND HAVE SOME FUN THIS SUMMER!

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Wi-Fi

Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

We are excited to announce we do have wi-fi in hot spots throughout the campground!

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New Events

Posted by on Mar 20, 2012 in Events | 0 comments

Check out our Events page and check out all of the upcoming events here at Natures Campsites.  We are constantly updating our Events page, so be sure to keep checking back for more!  See you soon!

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About Pachaug State Forest

Posted by on Mar 20, 2012 in Slideshow | 0 comments

Pachaug State Forest began with a land purchase in Voluntown, in 1928.  At present, Pachaug covers about 24,000 acres in six towns, and is the largest forest in the State system.  The word “Pachaug” is derived from the Indian term meaning bend or turn in the river.  The Pachaug River, running from Beach Pond to the Quinebaug River, runs through the center of the forest.
Indians of the Narragansett, Pequot, and Mohegan tribes in habited this area in great number.  During the last half of the seventeenth century, the Narragansetts and Pequots were defeated by the combined force of the Colonists and the Mohegans, when in 1700, a six mile square tract was granted to the Indian War Veterans.  Eventually, the central portion of this land grant became “Volunteer’s Town,” incorporated as Voluntown in 1721.
Old cellar holes and miles of stone fence winding through the woods give evidence that the entire forest was once farmed or pastured.  Abundant water encouraged the establishment of a mill industry as early as 1711.  Nearly every brook has several old mill sites and dams.  Homestead farming and small industry succumbed to advancing modern technology; the forest reclaims its land.
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About Natures Campsites

Posted by on Mar 20, 2012 in Slideshow | 0 comments

Nature’s Campsites were established in 1972 by the late Peter Lazourack. Purchased from the Bitgood family, Peter envisioned a beautiful gateway where families could come and enjoy the scenic ambiance that this campground has to offer. Covered with towering pines and one of New England’s Top Rated rivers to canoe and fish, by “Alex Wilsons” Quiet River Canoe Guide. Nature’s Campsites has a courteous staff, spacious sites, and an outdoor experience that is real and available for you to enjoy from May 1st to October 15th. Nature’s Campsites has something to offer for every age, and we welcome you to our getaway.

Nature’s Campsites has everything you need on site in order to make your stay enjoyable. Our site has it’s very own Laundry Mat, Video Arcade, Swimming Pool, Basketball Courts, and Playground!

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