• icon-facebook
  • icon-twitter
  • icon-linkedin
  • icon-pinterest
  • icon-youtube
  • icon-instagram

Granville State Forest Campground Massachusetts

Granville State Forest Overview

Granville State Forest 016

Granville State Forest campground has 22 campsites in a wooded area offering nice shade to all sites. Campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Each site also has a table, fire ring and grate. The campground also has flush toilets, hot showers and water.

Granville State Forest – Area Recreation

Located along the southern border of Massachusetts in the towns of Granville and Tolland, this state forest’s 2,426 acres, borders with Connecticut’s 9,152 acre Tunxis State Forest.¬†Outdoor recreation activities include camping, hiking, biking, fishing on the Hubbard River, horseback riding, picnicking, hunting and winter sports. Wildlife viewing is also great in the area.

You may also want to check out Tolland State Forest. It’s located about 10 miles north and has 92 campsites for tents, trailers and RVs.

Make a Reservation for Granville State Forest

Amenities
  • BBQ Grills
  • Campsite Tables
  • Drinking Water
  • Equestrian trail
  • Fire Pit
  • Fire Rings
  • Pets OK
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms (Flush Toilets)
  • Showers
Activities
  • Biking
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Hunting
  • Mountain Biking
  • Nature Trails
  • Photography
  • Picnicking
  • Stargazing
  • Walking Trails
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Winter Sports
  • Winter/Snow Sports
323 West Hartland Road
Granville, Massachusetts 01034
413 357-6611
Lat / Long:

42.05417, -72.97083

Make a Reservation

Granville State Forest sold out? Get an alert when a campsite becomes available at Granville State Forest!

Create Campsite Availability Alert
Regions
Campsite Types
  • RV
  • Tent
  • Trailer
# of Campsites:

22

Season:

Mid May – Mid October

Elevation:

1,194

Granville State Forest Photos

Granville State Forest 001
Granville State Forest 002
Granville State Forest 003
Granville State Forest 004
Granville State Forest 005
Granville State Forest 006
Granville State Forest 007
Granville State Forest 008
Granville State Forest 009
Granville State Forest 010
Granville State Forest 011
Granville State Forest 012
Granville State Forest 013
Granville State Forest 014
Granville State Forest 015
Granville State Forest 016
Granville State Forest 017
Granville State Forest 018
Granville State Forest 019
Granville State Forest 020
Granville State Forest 021
Granville State Forest 022
Granville State Forest Bathhouse1
Granville State Forest Bathhouse Parking
Granville State Forest Day Use Visitor Parking
Granville State Forest Gift Shop X8
Granville State Forest HQ
Granville State Forest Sign
Granville State Forest Tent Parking
Granville Town Library X7
Granville X1
Granville X2
Granville X3
Granville X4
Granville X5
Granville X6

Granville State Forest Comments & Reviews

Visited Granville State Forest Campground lately? We'd love to hear about your adventure. Did you find us useful? Did we forget something? Anything our community should know before heading out to Granville State Forest?

2 Comments on “Granville State Forest”

  1. Claudine Morrison says:

    When we arrived the Ranger asked if we wanted to take site 11 instead of 10 which we had reserved. He explained site 11 was a first come first serve site. THANK YOU! I think it’s the best site in the whole park! Sits down below everyone and is closest to the river. The bathrooms were clean, and the showers were ok. I mean they’re showers for camping, nothing special lol. Fire pit had adjustable rack. The river was just about empty due to the dry conditions and we couldn’t find a spot for the dogs to go in. Overall it was quiet and a nice time away! Would recommend to all!
    Almost forgot…..I would NOT recommend a site near the main road. It’s LOUD at all hours, cars goes by very fast and there’s a lot of dust!!!

  2. I'm not posting my name says:

    Comments about the campground first…
    This campground is ok. If you’re looking for a long drive into the woods with not a lot around, this is your place. It is admittedly quiet. Keep in mind, there is no place to dispose of garbage. So be prepared to haul it out. And there are no places to buy supplies if you forget anything. You will have to drive at least 15-20 miles. So be sure you are prepared or be willing to drive. Also, I concur that any of the sites along the road are terrible (e.g. sites 3-5). The road is a main road and is very noisy. There are bathrooms and showers (one per bathroom.) They are mostly clean. And there is a place to get water and to wash your dishes. Sites 3 & 4 are not even separated by trees. So best not to book them unless you want to get to know your neighbors. I can’t speak to the other sites.

    One word of caution…
    This campground has a zero-tolerance alcohol policy. As with most campgrounds, the website does say “no alcohol”. Unlike most, if you bring beer, you can expect to be kicked out without notice. No warnings. Full disclosure, my family booked several sites here and was asked to leave because we had beer with us. We were not rowdy, disruptive or belligerent. We are not kids. We’re 40 something professionals with kids of our own. We have all camped in every New England state for many years and had traveled from several different states to be there. We have never had a problem anywhere else. Did we violate the policy? Yes, we did. But that said, I have never camped anywhere that the policy was enforced. Therefore, if you go to Granville, be sure to take the policy seriously.

Your Comment / Rating / Review:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields marked *

Take the Family on a Perfect Road Trip!

Take the Family on a Perfect Road Trip!

Save up to 25% on your family travel costs in 2021 by booking an RV through RVshare

Find Cheap RV Rentals
Douthat State Park

Douthat State Park

Virginia

Douthat State Park has a total of 87 single family campsites and some have wonderful views of Douthat Lake. The Park also has 35 cabins and lodges for rent.

View Campground
Beverly Beach State Park

Beverly Beach State Park

Oregon

Beverly Beach State Park is in forest-sheltered area right on the Oregon coast and is a very popular campground featuring a beautiful trail to and along miles of sandy beach.

View Campground
Henry Cowell State Park

Henry Cowell State Park

California

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park includes 4,650 acres of beautiful forest and open land. The 40-acre old-growth redwood grove is a 5 minute drive or a short hike from the campground.

View Campground
Warren Dunes State Park

Warren Dunes State Park

Michigan

You’ll find some big sand dunes at Warren Dunes, including formations that rise 240 feet above the lake offering fantastic views, the best known is Tower Hill.

View Campground
Experience RVing

Experience RVing

Take the Family on a Perfect Road Trip! Rent an RV from RVshare

Find Cheap RV Rentals
Anastasia State Park

Anastasia State Park

Florida

Anastasia State Park has 139 campsites that are close to the beach and can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs.

View Campground
Great Deals on Top Rated Camping Gear

Great Deals on Top Rated Camping Gear

Find everything you need for camping, including hiking supplies, tents, coolers, sleeping bags, cots, survival & first aid, food processing, and more!

Shop Now
Essential Camping Gear and Equipment

Essential Camping Gear and Equipment

Get everything you need to enjoy your outdoor adventures from bags and packs to air beds and sleeping bags, insect repellant, cooler bags, and 2-burner stoves.

Shop Now
Unique RV Camping

Unique RV Camping

Over 2,000 Wineries, Breweries, Farms and more!

Harvest Hosts is a special type of membership club for RVers, offering overnight RV camping accommodations at 2,365+ locations across North America!

Learn More
Earn Money Renting Your RV

Earn Money Renting Your RV

List for free and earn up to $40,000 per year!

Learn More
Devils Fork State Park

Devils Fork State Park

South Carolina

Devils Fork State Park campground is along the shore of Lake Jocassee. The area allows visitors on boats to drive to remote islands and see sites of waterfalls splitting into two lakes.

View Campground