Acorn Acres - Benton, PA - RV Parks Hot
Located in beautiful Eastern Connecticut, Acorn Acres is the perfect destination for travelers looking for relaxation and quiet, or families looking for activity and outdoor fun. Whatever you are looking for, Acorn Acres Campground is the perfect place to spend your next vacation.
Acorn Acres is conveniently located close to many of Connecticut's best attractions. We are minutes from the shoreline, Foxwoods and the Mohegan Sun, as well as local shopping and dining. The campground is also walking distance to hiking trails and freshwater fishing
In addition, there is always lots to do if you decide to simply stay on our beautiful property.
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Olympic sized swimming pool
Two acre pond for fishing and swimming
Planned activities for all ages
Saturday night entertainment on most weekends
Leave your stress behind and immerse yourself in the camping experience at Acorn Acres Campground
Celebrating our 48th year, Acorn Acres Campground has over 200 spacious and grassy sites. Most have water and 30 amp electric available (50 amp service is also available in some areas) and some offer a sewer hook-up. We also can accommodate groups of campers requiring water and electric hook-ups. Call today for availability. As you walk or ride down our paved roads, you'll be impressed by our clean and well-kept grounds, as well as your happy and friendly neighbors.
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http://westcreekgap.com/ is now operating under the name Acorn Acres.
This site is for historical purposes only. The Campground was sold and is now operating under the name Acorn Acres.
Built by George, Rosemary, and George Jr. (me) Mikulski from 1968 to 1998 when it was sold. I assisted with the construction and maintenance of the business. This included building roads and campsites, operating a bulldozer, dump truck, mowers, trimmers, chainsaws and other equipment. Constructed a cabin, house and other buildings to include building from the footer to the foundation, walls, windows, roofing and everything else until construction completion. Installed separate gravity fed water systems for cabin, house, and campsites. Installed septic systems for buildings and campsites. Performed maintenance of grounds including gardens and lawns. Performed maintenance such a trash removal and snow removal. Also cleared land for new campsites, stored logs for seasoning, cut and made firewood available for house and campground. Pretty much everything since the first road was built on the undeveloped land until it was sold in 1998.