March 2023
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Reservation Day
Mark your calendar for Sunday, March 26th when we'll begin taking reservations for 2024! Yep, that's right 2024. We do still have reservations available for this season, but we encourage you to book soon!

Our Reception Center will be closed so reservations will need to be made online or by phone. Online reservations will begin at 8am and reservations by phone will be available at 9am so book online to get the best sites! Due to the heavy volume of calls on this day, we do anticipate longer hold times. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience and encourage you to make your reservations online.

We have also implemented a way for you to make group reservations online so that you may book multiple sites for the same time frame. Click here for instructions on how to book a group reservation.

Click here to view our activity calendar and weekly summer guide. Please note, activities are subject to change without notice.

Seasonal packages and extended stays will need to be booked over the phone. If you are a CCA member, please be aware that reservations made for seasonal packages, rental units, or any reservation that is more than 21 days, cannot be held with your Credit Card Authorization, an actual deposit must be made. If you are a CCA member and would like to book multiple sites for the same time period, your membership guarantees only your site. Your camping friends would need to claim and secure their site within one week from the date the reservation is made.
Please note that tent sites are limited and tents must be on designated tent sites only. You are unable to place a tent alongside your camper. If you have a tent and reserve a site that is designated for an RV, you will be asked to move.

Click here if you would like more information or wish to sign up for our CCA Program. You must be signed up for the CCA program in advance to take advantage of the benefits.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you around the campfire soon!
What's New for 2023?
  • We added 5 new Cozy Cabins to our rental fleet.
  • Post & beam pavilion and fire pit next to the lodge!
  • No more cash! We've added a convenient way to pay using an app on our laundry and vending machines.
  • Booking massages is now even easier! We've partnered with an online booking service so you can see availability and book directly with the therapists online.
  • We've partnered with the Second Fire Project to help conservation efforts and reduce our carbon footprint. For every bundle of firewood sold, we will donate a $1 to help raise money to plant more trees.
For every bundle of firewood sold, we plant a tree and donate $1!
We've partnered with the Second Fire Project to help conservation efforts and reduce our carbon footprint. For every bundle of firewood sold, we will donate $1 to help raise money to plant more trees.
Now Hiring - Join Our Team!
Normandy Farms is a luxury camping destination that has been a family tradition since 1971 and widely recognized as one of the premier resorts in the world. We are recognized for our excellent guest service and our immaculately clean facilities. During our season, April-November, we provide approximately 100 part time/seasonal hospitality positions.
Job Fair Saturday, March 4; 10-2 pm
Just Won It!
Here's a sneak peek at our 2023 Just Won It shirt. Be sure to check our activity schedule to participate in our many activities and win yours!
Not sure how to connect your RV?
If you're wondering how to connect your RV to our water, electric, sewer and TV....fear not, we have you covered! On each of our electrical posts, you will find a QR code with a quick video on how to connect to each utility. We also have rangers who will gladly assist with any further questions or issues.
10 Most Dog Friendly Campgrounds
Normandy Farms is thrilled to be listed among this furry friendly list of campgrounds. Click here to see the full list.
Meet Gigi
Gigi is approximately 2 years old and is looking for her forever home. She was found as a stray and was taken in by a Good Samaritan until Paws took her into rescue. Gigi is learning what it is to be a good and loved dog. She is very sweet and affectionate! She is doing well with her training and loves to learn. Gigi is shy around other dogs and is learning how to mingle with them. She is going to need a home with breed experience, and is going to make one family very lucky.
Things To Do In the Area!
With April 1 right around the corner you’ll be excited to hear about all the new energy about town, lots of new businesses opening up for you to explore. Be sure to check out:
  • Station One by Shoveltown Brewery, right on the Foxboro Common: Station One by Shovel Town Brewery, is a new and unique hybrid between a Craft Brewery, Craft Distillery, Craft Winery and Restaurant all housed in a completely reconditioned old Fire House in historic Downtown Foxborough, located at 44 School Street. We are proud to offer locally produced, artisanal craft brewed beverages and complementary foods. All the beverages served are produced by Shovel Town Brewery or for Station One by other local Farmer Distilleries or Wineries. Where possible and feasible the ingredients used for the food served in the tasting room is primarily sourced from local farms and producers. Join us at this unique neighborhood gathering place where you can relax and socialize in an environment of fresh, artisanal, craft beverages, complementary food and good times!
  • Bahn Mi Oi, Wall Street (across from the Post Office): BÁNH MÌ!! Bánh mì is one of the most popular Vietnamese street food found in nearly all regions of Vietnam. Influenced by the French, the Vietnamese baguette sandwich plays with savory flavors, proteins, and fresh veggies. Bánh Mì is known for its lightness and healthy ingredients, enjoyed while in a rush or enjoyed while sipping on a Vietnamese iced coffee on a mellow day, people watching. The Foxboro location is a compact outpost specializing in Vietnamese sandwiches, smoothies, soup & entrees.
  • Sweetness and Honey Bakery, 46 Central Street is a local bakery to Foxboro. It is located at 46 Central Street in Foxboro and is now OPEN! You’ll enjoy pastries, cupcakes, macarons, and treat bars amongst other delicacies available for walk-in purchases. They also offer custom creations made to order.
  • Hao Sushi, 70 Central Street in Foxboro has opened to rave reviews! In their own words ‘After taking over this place,we have worked very hard to transform this restaurant, making it clean and comfortable, and the guests are very happy to come in! A lot of sushi is carefully designed and tasted before it is put on the menu.We try our best to treat sushi as an art and make it fresh everday! We have a very friendly and kind team. We hope we can make a lot friends in here!’
  • Fat Tuesday at Patriot Place, their story traces back to Bourbon Street, New Orleans—an all-time party street in one of the world famous towns synonymous with good times. What started with a lit New Orleans spot in 1984 has now grown to close to 40 locations across the U.S and abroad. We might have gotten bigger, but our recipe has remained the same: serving up the best drinks and starting the best party in town. Whatever your plans and whoever you are, Fat Tuesday is here to serve up the good vibes.
  • Coming soon to Patriot Place just up the road….Crumbl Cookies and It’s Sugar – there goes the New Year’s resolution! Or burn off the calories at Crazy Axes – a fun, entertaining and safe activity that can be done by anyone age 9 and up. We’re also pumped for the opening of Freedom Wind (local, family-owned veteran small business) in the spring, a skydiving wind tunnel focused on safely replicating the skydiving experience.
  • Other very cool things to do near the park:
  • Providence Flea (not your average flea market, open every Sunday 11am-3pm) at 10 Sims Ave in Providence. This is a marketplace, for sure, and the vendors are carefully selected, small and micro busineses with wares that are handmade, handcrafted and small batch. Great place to poke around on a Sunday, only steps away (you don’t even have to move your car) enjoy a brewery, taqueria, coffee shop, distillery, floral shop and so much more!
  • Wrentham Country Store, 715 East Street in Wrentham – watch for details of their Spring Market in March – you don’t want to miss this event. The Wrentham Country Store is a multi-dealer shop. Our vendors create inspiring displays with a wonderful mix of vintage, antique, and repurposed treasures. Many styles are represented, including farmhouse, shabby, country, and French, as well as coastal, industrial, and boho. We have vendors who create original artwork, and those who work wonders refinishing furniture into showpieces. There is something for everyone!
  • XtremeCraze 30 Commercial Street in Foxboro features inflatable park offering the first of its kind in the world – inflatable dodgeball court, laser tag, game zone and more. Perfect for those rainy spring days.
  • 3/10-3/11 Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center in Foxboro Center presents a special performance of Beauty and The Beast. The classic story tells of Belle, a young woman in a provincial town, and the Beast, who is really a young prince trapped under the spell of an enchantress. If the Beast can learn to love and be loved, the curse will end and he will be transformed to his former self. But time is running out. If the Beast does not learn his lesson soon, he and his household will be doomed for all eternity. The best part is two of our very own team members (past and present) are involved – Ellie / Guest Service and Hospi will appear and Jackie McCann, former Guest Service Team Leader will direct!
  • 3/11 – 12th Annual Patriot Place Irish Festival, Patriot Place will once again celebrate the joys of Irish culture with the 12th annual Irish Festival, taking place Saturday, March 11 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. The daylong celebration will feature live performances by Irish musicians and step dancers, as well as a full slate of free Irish-themed activities for the whole family to enjoy. This popular Patriot Place tradition is free and open to the public. The fun includes musical performances from Slainte, Devri and Joshua Tree Band on the Dean College Stage, as well as Irish step dancing performances from several talented groups hosted by Six String Grill & Stage. Throughout the festival, families can also enjoy activities including airbrush tattoos, caricature artists, a balloon artist, petting zoo and more. Additionally, Patriot Place will host a number of special appearances throughout the day, including the Providence Hurling Club and Old Colony Highland Pipe Band. The Patriot Place North Marketplace will also be lined with several authentic Irish merchants, including the Irish Import Shop, Eire’s Irish Imports, JAT Creations and more. The Irish Festival will take place rain or shine.
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