Anyone using these facilities must do so with the understanding that the campground is provided as a recreational facility only, and it may not be used as a primary residence. If you are asked to leave for any reason by the management of the campground, you must do so immediately or you accept that you will be treated as a trespasser by the appropriate local authorities. Camping has inherent risks associated with outside activities. We are not responsible for injuries or damages occurring as part of the inherent risks of any camping environment. All campers must maintain insurance; your units are not covered by the campground’s insurance. If we are forced to ask you to leave for violation of our rules or guidelines there will be no refunds issued. Regulations can be modified at any time. The campground is under constant video surveillance.
Niantic KOA is pet-friendly! Pets should be on leashed at all times. Pets are welcome when quiet and attended. Please clean up after your pets; doggie waste bags are provided throughout the property for your convenience! For health and safety, pets are not allowed in buildings. [b]SORRY NO VICIOUS OR AGGRESSIVE BREEDS[/b]. Please call the office if you have any questions. Visitors are not allowed to bring pets into the campground.
Check in for all sites is 1:00 pm Check out for all sites is 11:00 am Early check ins and or late check outs may be available please ask the office prior to arrival.
[b]OFFICE AND STORE HOURS[/b] Shoulder Season: 9:00 am - 11:00 am 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm Peak Season: Sunday - Thursday 9:00 am - noon 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm Friday & Saturday 9:00 am - 8:00 pm Night registration instructions posted at the Office
Sunday - Thursday 10:00 pm to 8:00 am Friday & Saturday 11:00 pm to 8:00 am All children must be on their site 30 minutes prior to quiet hour No sounds from your site should be heard off your site [b]STRICTLY ENFORCED[/b]
[b]Guests:[/b] Please inform your guests that all visitors must stop and register at the office and park in the visitor’s parking lot. A visitor’s fee is charged for daily visitors and an additional fee is charged for overnight visitors. Daily visitors must leave at quiet hours. An adult member of the camper’s family must be on the site at all times the site is in use. Visitors are asked to please leave their pets at home.
For a complete list of fire safety rules, please click on the link: http://koa.uberflip.com/i/816744-fire-rules-reference-card
We don't allow outside firewood to be brought into our park due to the Asian Longhorn Beetle and the Emerald Ash Borer. Firewood can be purchased in bundles at the campstore.
Please bring your garbage to the dumpsters located near the Propane Filling station. We participate in SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING, the recycling dumpster in also located near the Propane Filling station and is marked as Recycling. Please do not leave garbage out overnight
The Laundry is open from 9 am to 9 pm (last load by 7 pm) Change is available during store hours
There's no better place to be then THE BEACH!John and Sally began their journey operating campgrounds in 1992 when Sally's father asked them to take over his campground, Over the next 10 years they succeeded in transforming the campground into what her father dreamed it could be. In 2002 they decided it was time to purchase their own campground and that May they moved with their 5 kids to Westhampton, MA and became the owners of Windy Acres Campground. In 2008 they converted Windy Acres to Northampton/Springfield KOA. Over the years their children all helped operate the campground each in their own way. In March 2015 the opportunity to purchase a campground in upstate New York came up and after discussing it with their oldest son Brian and his girlfriend Amber they closed on Adirondack 1000 Islands Campground. They immediately converted it to Natural Bridge Watertown NY KOA and Brian and Amber began their journey as campground managers. In May 2017 they purchased the struggling Camp Niantic Family Campground. After graduating from Johnson & Wales, their son Michael left a career at Marriott Corp and became the General Manager at Northampton KOA allowing John and Sally to move to Niantic with their young son Brysin to begin the clean up and transformation of Camp Niantic. In April 2018 this campground will open as Niantic KOA. Their son Matthew does maintenance at both the Northampton and Niantic locations and after graduating high school in May their daughter Ashley will be working with them at both locations also. Their daughter Nicole works with her brothers and sister in Northampton as she pursues a career in Nursing.