Issue 366 | July 2020
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We're Open Under New Guidelines
While camping may look a little different, being in the outdoors and in the comfort of your own RV is a great way to vacation with your family. We would like to advise you of some changes that we have made as a result of the Covid-19 virus.

  • All camping units are allowed.
  • Reservations must be paid in full prior to arrival so you can utilize express check-in. If you have a balance, please login online to pay. Once paid, you will receive your car pass by email, which will have directions directly to your campsite. You will need to print your car pass (even if you are a CCA guest) and have it displayed on your dashboard. Each vehicle will need a car pass so if you need more than one, please call to request an additional pass at least one day before your check-in date. We encourage you to scan your pass upon entering the gate, avoiding use of the keypad. If you do use the keypad, there is a hand sanitizer conveniently mounted on the side of the pedestal. Campsite and local maps along with information about the park can also be found at our gate.
  • Our Reception Center is open, but you must wear a mask and please limit to one family member.
  • Pools (excluding the indoor pool and spas) are open with reduced occupancy levels. We have extended the hours of the pools to 9am-9pm. You can reserve an hour spot for the same day beginning at 8am. If you are late, your reservation will be forfeited after 30 minutes. Reservations for pools will be taken at the tent next to the Lodge and Kamper’s Kitchen between 8am-3pm. After 3pm, you can go directly to the pool and you are also welcome to stop by the pool and if they have openings, you are welcome to swim. The pool will be closed every hour to clean and disinfect. Pool #1 will have adult swim from 6pm-9pm every night. Guests 3 and older must wear a mask when making a reservation, entering or exiting the pool and when walking to the restroom.
  • Playgrounds are open with reduced occupancy. The playgrounds will be closed periodically to clean and disinfect. Please wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
  • Restroom and Laundry facilities are open with reduced occupancy and masks must be worn.
  • Kamper’s Kitchen is open. Click here to view hours and a menu.
  • Outdoor activities are available, but we recommend you bring your own equipment.If you would like to borrow equipment, call the Reception Center and they will notify the attendant at the Lodge where you can pick it up. We currently have Shuffleboard, Disc Golf, Basketballs, Volleyball, Pickleball, and Tennis. Horseshoes can be found at the pits.
  • Our pond is stocked with rainbow, brook, and brown trout for catch and release fishing.
  • Challenge the family on our 18 hole disc golf course.
  • Bring your bike and test your skills in the bike park.
  • Take your remote control car for a spin on our RC track.
  • Take your four legged friend to the dog park.
  • Softball, horseshoes, volleyball, tennis/pickle ball and basketball courts are open.
  • This is a great time to reconnect with the outdoors and enjoy a walk along our nature trail.
  • Please stay at least six feet from others at all times and avoid gathering with those outside of your household. No more than 10 people may gather together.
  • Facilities including Lodge, fitness center, arcade, indoor pool and spas will remain closed.
  • No organized activities until phase 3.
  • Please note that visitors are not permitted, only registered camping guests.
  • Governor Baker has advised that masks must be worn while in public. All guests 3 and older are expected to wear a mask when entering a facility or if approaching other guests or team members, but not while at your own campsite or within your RV.
  • The state of Massachusetts urges folks traveling into the state to quarantine for 14 days, unless you are from Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New York, and New Jersey.
  • You’ll notice that we have placed hand sanitizers throughout the park for your convenience, but we also encourage you to wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Please click here to review a complete list of updated Covid-19 guidelines.
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Bocce or Corn hole?
We're in the process of designing a new recreation area and we're planning to have both bocce and cornhole, but we are wondering which you prefer so we know if we need more bocce or more corn hole.
Which game do you prefer?
Corn Hole
Pitch Perfect: Favorite Family Campgrounds
Normandy Farms is thrilled to be included in Boston Parent's Favorite Family Campgrounds! Click here to read the article.
Beckett is a super cute 10 month old hound mix. He can be a little shy at first but is won over by treats, especially cheese. Once he trusts you, he is your best friend and has the cutest little wiggle ever! He is working very hard on his leash training and is making progress. Beckett does great with other dogs and is required to have a friendly confident canine companion in his new yard. He also does require a fenced yard since he is still working on leash training. He does have a small problem with stealing anything and everything but will give it back once he is told to leave it. Beckett has a great personality and will need a home that is loving and patient.

Skunk Someone For the Jimmy Fund
Since 1983, Normandy Farms has been raising money for the Jimmy Fund, an organization that helps families affected by cancer. While this year has been different, it's no exception and we are thinking of creative ways to continue to raise money for this important cause.

Our creative recreation team has been busy painting these adorable skunks that you can reserve and our team will put them on someone's site for a day.

We'll place several skunks for $20 and a large sign stating “you’ve been skunked for the Jimmy Fund".

We have raised over $350,000 and we cannot applaud, or thank you more for that! We hope the 2020 season will be even more successful. Take a look back at each year and the donations that were made on behalf of Normandy Farms.
Socially Distant, but Super Fun!
Our innovative recreation team has developed an entirely new activity schedule for the 2020 season so that everyone can stay safe, while having fun! Some activities include Tik Tok challenges, outdoor movies, mobile dance parties, golf chipping, bike park races, and so much more!
We're waiting for additional guidance from the state as to when organized activities can start so stay tuned!
Voted in the top 10 "Most Luxury RV Parks in the US"
Normand y Farms Campground is so excited and grateful to be recognized as one of the 10 most luxurious RV parks you can visit in the US this summer!

Come visit us and see why!
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  • Payload Capacity 824 lbs.
  • GVWR 2702 lbs.
  • Hitch Weight 187 lbs.
  • Heat (no AC).
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