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Burrillville has long been THE place to go for summer camping.  Plentiful trout streams, fresh air, and hilly terrain make it a great place to get away from it all.  There are three campgrounds in Burrillville operating during the summer months.
Wild geraniumEcho Lake Campground
180 Moroney Road
Pascoag, RI 02859
Phone: (401)568-7109

This long-time favorite family-operated campground features both tent and RV sites.  Swimming, canoeing, and fishing at Echo Lake (Reservoir Lake), and hiking on wooded trails are some of the pasttimes.  Open June 1 through Labor Day.  Reservations required.  Sorry, no pets.  

Services: water and electric hookups, dumping station, fireplaces, restrooms, hot showers, ice, launching ramp, marine supplies, rest rooms, picnic tables, store and firewood..  
Features: Grills, lake access, picnic area, ball field, horseshoe pits, playground, and hiking trail.
Directions: From Rte. 100, turn onto Eagle Peak Road, then onto Knibb Road, and left onto Moroney Road.

Buck Hill Family Campground
184 Wakefield Road
Pascoag, RI 02859
Phone: (401)567-4470
Bluets alongside trail.Located off Wakefield Road, this campground is operated by the Boy Scouts Council of America. 42 tent and 58 RV sites are located on comfortably secluded sites.  Hike through the woods, fish from shore or rent a canoe.  Reservations recommended.  Pets allowed.

Features: Beach, canoe rentals, game room, laundromat, picnic area, firewood, ball field, basketball, horseshoe pits, soccer field, volleyball.
Handicap Service: Roll-in showers
Directions: Follow Rte. 100 north (Buck Hill Road), turn left onto Wakefield Road.

Feinstein Youth Camp
704 Buck Hill Road
Pascoag, RI 02859
Phone: (401)567-4470
7162007_121427_0.jpgFeinstein Youth Camp was founded in 1997 as a Cub Scout campground.  Located on 1800 acres, the camp, also known as "Cub World" is located off Buck Hill Road in the northwest corner of the town.  The camp borders on Pascoag Reservoir, and is owned and operated by the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

FIREWOOD: The RI Department of Environmental Management urges all visitors to RI Campgrounds and Parks to help STOP THE SPREAD of nonnative insects and diseases. Transporting firewood can also transport a number of insects and diseases that threaten the health of our forests. Gypsy moth, emerald ash borer, and beech bark disease are just a few of the growing number of firewood hitchhikers that can kill large numbers of trees. You can help by following these simple precautions:

Do not bring firewood with you when you camp.
Buy firewood when you reach your destination.
Don’’t take any with you when you leave. Burn it all or give it to other campers in the park.

Last Updated: Tuesday, February 21, 2012

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