139 Witch Meadow Road, Salem, CT, 06420
Witch Meadow Lake Family Campground is a campground located on 139 Witch Meadow Road in Salem, CT. The site includes laundry facilities. The campground is open May 1 - Oct 15.
|Options||Starting Daily||Starting Weekly||Starting Monthly|
|Water and Electric||$50.00||$300.00||$800.00|
|Waterfront, Water, Electric||$60.00||$360.00||$900.00|
No vehicle repairs done on site. No motorbikes, ATVs, golf carts, electric scooters, or unregistered vehicles. All drivers must have a valid license. Only 2 cars registered per site.
All pets must remain on their own site at all times. There is no walking of pets on the campground other than the pet walking trails. You are expected to pick up after your pet. All dogs and cats must have rabies shots. Bring your rabies certificate with you when you check in. Visitors may not bring pets. No Pit Bulls, Rottweilers or wolf breeds. No more than 2 pets per family on a site. Barking dogs will not be allowed to stay at the park.
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