Issue 365 | June 2020
Your Monthly News & Updates
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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. Currently we are only accommodating those in a self-contained RVs (meaning it has a bathroom and holding tank). To minimize contact, all reservations must be paid in full prior to arrival so you can utilize express check-in. If you have a balance, please login to pay online. Once paid, you will receive your vehicle pass by email. 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. If you cannot print your pass, please call and we will mail.
  • Our Reception Center is available daily by calling 866-673-2767 x1. If you would like to purchase supplies, including ice and firewood, please purchase by phone for outdoor pickup to minimize contact with our team. If you do come into the Reception Center, you must wear a mask and only one family member at a time.
  • 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 the gate.
  • For after hours non-medical emergencies you may call 866-673-2767 x312.
  • For medical emergencies, dial 911.
  • Facilities including Lodge, fitness center, pools, playground will remain closed until Phase 2 (estimated date June 8).
  • Laundry facilities are available by appointment, please contact our Reception Center.
  • Outdoor activities will be available, but please bring your own equipment.
  • Stay at least six feet from others at all times and avoid gathering with anyone outside of your household.
  • Please note that visitors are not permitted, only registered camping guests.
  • 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.
  • As of 5/6, Governor Baker has advised that masks must be worn while in public. You are expected to wear a mask when entering a facility or if approaching other guests or team members.
Bella Ball!
Bella Ball is a beautiful 5 year old Catahoula Labrador mix. She is an active, happy go lucky girl. She will need an active home and loves to walk, hike and go on adventures. She does well with other dogs and attends doggie day care. Bella Ball would love a canine sibling, but needs one that loves to play and is also active. She loves to snuggle with her people and is very loyal and loving. She is the perfect best friend, playful, and a great listener. Don’t wait fill out an application today!

Interested in Glamping?
It's certainly no secret that comfortable accommodations soften Mother Nature's temperamental moments, providing a sheltered haven and a welcome gathering place. We have 4 unique rental options from which to choose. Staying in a Cabin or YURT on a lovely wooded site that is complete with a full kitchen, bathroom, heat/AC, fireplace and spacious deck is the perfect way to experience Normandy Farms in style. For a more affordable option, try one of our popups that sleep 6 and will be delivered and setup on your site of choice. Or elevate your experience in one of our romantic, yet rustic safari tents. Either way, you and your family are sure to have a memorable camping experience.
Start Your Engines!
Introducing our new RC Track! Our RC track designers are out testing their cars and trucks. Don't forget to bring your RC car or truck so you and your family can race around the track. The track is designed for 1/10 and 1/12 sized vehicles. If you don't already have one, you can purchase at hobby shops or on amazon. This just might be the perfect father's day gift!
Activities In the Park
  • 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, tennis/pickle ball and basketball courts are available (limited to one household at a time).
  • This is a great time to reconnect with the outdoors and enjoy a walk along our nature trail or perhaps explore the adjacent Foxboro State Forest, which provides great mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian trails for the outdoor enthusiast.
Please bring your own recreation equipment.
Things To Do In the Area
Ready for a little educational fun?
  • Explore the Gardner’s Stolen Art, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum brings all of the greatest museums to you virtually. You can now access u to thirteen works of stolen art via Google Arts & Culture. Escape the ordinary by visiting the famed Museum virtually through their social channels. Thirteen Works: Explore Gardner's Stolen Art. It's a familiar story by now: in the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, a pair of thieves disguised as Boston police officers entered the Gardner Museum and stole 13 works of art. But what more do we know of these works? How did they become a part of Isabella Gardner's collection, and how they were they taken? Step inside to learn more.
  • Salem Witch Museum’s Online Tour – recurring daily - Our online tour of the Salem witchcraft trials sites allows you to view locations around Essex and Middlesex counties and a few key sites in and around Boston that are related to the events of the year 1692. You may select a town or city to view pictures (where available) and read about the sites in these locations. Sections contains descriptions of the sites from the witchcraft trials which can still be seen today, including original houses, foundations, grave sites, and sites marked by historic markers.
  • USS Constitution Goes Virtual: Daily Virtual Tours; Families at home can enjoy hands-on activities through an engaging resource now available digitally, including the Museum's "Old Ironsides" Activity Book, which utilizes rich illustrations of renowned artist Stephen Biesty and lively text of award-winning author Richard Platt. Families can also participate in the weekly LEGO® Ship Shape Competition on Facebook. Each Monday at 12 noon ET the Museum will post a new contest with a Thursday at 2 p.m. ET deadline. The winners are determined by online voting.
  • Virtual Visit to the New England Aquarium Dive into the lives of fascinating aquatic creatures with the New England Aquarium's #VirtualVisits! Join us for a virtual visit on Facebook or Youtube every day at 11am during our temporary closure. Each day the Aquarium's educators will be posting live videos on their social media accounts allowing everyone to learn more about the aquarium and it's animals.

Time for some fresh air and exercise?
  • Francis William Bird Park in Walpole - Stroll meandering pathways and cross artisan-built stone bridges at this family-friendly park of open fields, groves of trees, and frog ponds. What makes Francis William Bird Park a special place? Rolling fields lined by tree groves, a trio of ponds, and gurgling brooks comprise a lovely natural tableau. Broad lawns provide perfect picnic spots. More than 3 miles of walking paths (easy walking) crisscross the park; a portion of the walkways is surfaced.
  • F. Gilbert Hills State Forest in Foxboro - F. Gilbert Hills is a 1000-acre state forest that offers 23 miles of trails through pine and oak. You can hike, mountain bike. The park is also part of the 30-mile Warner Trail that stretches from Sharon, MA to Diamond Hill State park in RI. 45 Mill Street
  • The Nature Trail and Cranberry Bog in Foxboro offers 32-acre cranberry wetland system with paved trails through a protected habitat with native wildlife. Located behind Bass Pro Shop at Patriot Place
  • You know you want some fresh produce! Ward’s Berry Farm in Sharon has no-contact curbside pickup with a full ordering list on line including 100’s of fruits, veggies, flowers, bakery, dairy, meats, seafood and more.
  • White Barn Farm in Wrentham is dedicated to using organic farming methods and believe in the importance of growing food for our community. We hope to inspire you to eat in season and take the extra moments to prepare wonderful meals for the people you love using ingredients grown with care. Pickup is available every Tuesday and Thursday, refer to website for times orders must be in. Some items include local and fresh produce, gourmet bread, locally sourced provisions and meats, local eggs and dairy and so much more
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