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North Brookfield, Massachusetts, United States
Reviewed 10 August 2016

Tully Lake includes the Campground, and a wonderful recreation area with picnic tables, a large Picnic Pavilion that can be reserved for free, and multiple launch sites for Kayaks & Canoes and one boat launch for motorized boats. I love it here, and have been many times. Maintained by the Army Corps of Engineers, I find it to be well-cared...

Thank Kenneth W
Brookline, Massachusetts
Reviewed 29 September 2015

Our site supposedly was right on the lake, though we couldn't see the water from it. The grass was so tall, and the soil right next to the water was muddy and smelly. The picnic tables are tiny compared to other campgrounds. A day before our camping start date they sent us an e-mail with the warning about a swimming...

3Thank Olga A
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 9 September 2015

This is a beautiful lake with several islands to kayak around! My friend and I launched our kayaks from the Tully Dam boat ramp (free) where there are waterless toilets and a well maintained picnic area. This area is right on Route 32 in Royalston just north of the Athol town line. It wasn't too busy for a Saturday afternoon...

2Thank Butchy11
Easthampton, Massachusetts
Reviewed 7 August 2015

Camped here this week, and it was beautiful. There are private sites and more open sites, in general a lot of space between sites. Many are on the water. It is fairly quiet, there was a family with children near our site but they were always quiet and did not disturb us in any way. The kayaking is great and...

3Thank Dawn S
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 5 August 2015

We have been there twice and have loved it both times. Sites are larger than most campgrounds and easy to arrange for two adjoining sites for larger groups. It is car camping, but you have to leave your cars in the entry parking lot and use their wheelbarrows to bring your stuff to your site (very easy to push). While...

Thank Colleen M
Savannah, Tennessee
Reviewed 27 July 2015

I used to camp here almost all summer every year for 10-12 years. When the corps of engineers ran it the daily rate was $2.00 a night. Then they played games with the camp; declaring it not to be opening then quietly without fanfare opening it for 3 or 4 years. Many people didn't take advantage of it during those...

Thank Donsallsn1zyf
Reviewed 27 July 2014

This Trustees campground is awesome. You must haul all your gear with a cart so pack wisely. Most sites are fairly private and a lot af families camp here so we never encountered any loud party people There are flush toilets and a shower. Rent canoes or kayaks. Lots of nice hiking trails. Serene and lots of nature but still...

2Thank dianeargie
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 23 July 2014

Camped here the past couple nights and we had a great time! The sites are secluded and each has a fire and room for at least one tent. There are some with lots of room and the maximum is 4 tents I think. You park your car in the lot and sign in and take your stuff to your site...

Thank annahertzberg
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 21 July 2014

Wow the setting here is pretty awesome - very deep woods and most are on the water. Very private sites (most of them) and seem very large. But I have had similar settings at other sites in NH so I was disappointed by some of the challenges here: - swimming is tough without a public beach (our site was swampy...

4Thank danadana1
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 19 May 2014

A friend told us about this tent-only campground and when we checked a few weeks ago only three sites were available. We booked # 11 and do not regret at all. It was spacy and private, not close to the water but we cannot swim in May, so it was perfect for us. Rangers are super nice and friendly and...

2Thank CarinaDaniel

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Tully Lake Campground is your close-to-home wilderness getaway! A tent-only campground set along the shores of a 200-acre lake in Royalston Massachusetts, Tully Lake Campground showcases the best of New England outdoor recreation. Paddle up the picturesque Tully River, or explore the islands and inlets on the lake. Hike to tranquil overlooks and roaring waterfalls, or mountain bike the 7-mile loop around Long Pond. Fish off the campground banks or lounge in the refreshing shade of towering pine trees. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Tully Lake Campground

Address: 25 Doane Hill Road, Royalston, MA 01368
Region: United States > Massachusetts > Royalston
Number of rooms: 30
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“No rooms, just campsites”
83kennethw, 10 Aug 2016 | Read review
“sites on the water offer optional swimming at your own risk”
dawns518, 7 Aug 2015 | Read review
“Lake sites go very fast, get online at 7am to try to get them. Some sites are larger than others, some are further from the bathroom.”
colleenm759, 5 Aug 2015 | Read review
“We were at 30 which is the closest to bathroom. There is one (20 A) where you have your own island and bugs.”
annahertzberg, 23 Jul 2014 | Read review
“The site map is posted online so you can get one that fits your needs (waterfront, close to the bathrooms, etc.). Reservations fill up quickly.”
X10Khan, 30 Aug 2012 | Read review
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