The Quarry Campground will be alerted immediately and will approve your reservation after checking availability.
Explore forests, beaches, and historic locations. Our winding creeks and rocky coves are sure to enchant. Easily accessible from I-84 and CT 30, this beautiful wooded property has returned to service as Tolland’s premier family-focused campground with child-centric activities. We’ve kept the woodsy ‘camping’ feel while upgrading all the amenities.Less than 40 miles from the ocean shores of Connecticut and Rhode Island, the Quarry Campground offers a seasonal outdoor camping experience May through October when the weather is delightful.From snuggling in the cozy comforts of your own RV to hiking on the park trails and enjoying big city conveniences in nearby Hartford, you’ll find your stay at The Quarry Campground to be the perfect combination of safety, serenity, excitement, and adventurous outdoorsy fun.
Open Dates: May 1 to October 16
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Pets must current with inoculation shots and remain on leash at all times. When tied to your camper, dogs must be secured by a strong leash that does not extend off the site in any directions, not tied to a tree. Please practice common courtesy and pick up after your pet and properly dispose of after. Pets are not allowed on the swimming beach. We reserve the right to ask you to remove your pet from the park. No visitor pets. No pets in the office, bathrooms or buildings. Owners must fill out a pet waiver upon booking.
Fishing permitted in fishing pond only. Catch & release policy. Bait and fishing pole rentals available at campground store.
Swimming: Swimming hours are 8:00 am to 7:00 pm, no swimming is permitted after hours.
The laundry room is open 24/7 and located near the office at the front of the campground. The machines are coin operated, and you can obtain change at the store.
Please be respectful of other campers and the property when using the bath houses. No dish washing may be done in sinks. Clean up after yourself and report any shortage of materials or issues you might observe to staff.
Quiet Hours are from 11:00 pm to 8:00 am. All youth under the age of 21 must be back at their sites by 10:30 pm (curfew) unless accompanied by an adult. Please have consideration for your camping neighbors.
Firewood: The Quarry does not allow outside wood of any kind to be brought into our park. We do sell bundled wood at a discount at the store. Fires: Campfires can never be left unattended. All campfires must be extinguished at midnight. Only firewood is to be burned in pits and fires must be maintained at a reasonable height.
Back-in RV Sites
Pull-Thru RV Sites
Propane Refilling Station
So Much to See and Do in Tolland
Step outside of your cozy RV to participate in the fun of planned weekend park activities like bingo, karaoke, and scavenger hunts. Teach your child the joys of fishing at the catch ‘n release fishing pond. Bring your swimsuit and relax on the beach of the swimming pond. Zip around the park on your own insured, electric golf cart and run around with your doggie in the dog park. Then put on your walking shoes and hop in the car for even more outdoor adventures.
Boating in Tolland - With hundreds of lakes, ponds, rivers, and ocean shoreline, Tolland County, Connecticut is a boaters’ paradise. Find a nearby marina or boat launch.
Sandy Beach at Crystal Lake - The public beach offers swimming and sunbathing opportunities on hot summer days.
Wickham Park - Stroll through 280 acres of gardens, open fields, woodlands, ponds, picnic areas, sports facilities, and even Santa’s Workshop. Open April – November.
Fox Hill Tower in Henry Park - A historical monument to Vernon and Rockville veterans, it is constructed of granite from a quarry in Tolland.
Valley Falls Park - National historic landmark park featuring waterfalls, 8.5 miles of easy hiking trails and a beach. Great for kids because it’s mostly flat.
The Adventure Park at Storrs - Zip lines, axe-throwing, and tree-climbing. With 106 treetop platforms connected by bridges, ropes courses, ladders, 26 ziplines and other crossings, there’s something exhilarating for everyone!
& Much More!