From MA Turnpike (I-90), Exit 8 Palmer (Eastbound).

Go ¾ mile South on Route 32.
At first set of lights take left on Route 20 East / 32 South.
At flashing signal take right to continue on Route 32 South.
Follow Route 32 South through the town of Monson.
Take left onto Wales Road. (Watch for camp signs.)
After 3/10 mile bear left onto Munn Road.
Take second left to campground entrance.

From MA Turnpike (I-90), Exit 9 Sturbridge (Westbound).

Go West onto Route 20 through Sturbridge-Brimfield.
After passing Brimfield center, Route 20 becomes four lanes.
Follow 1 mile.
Watch for Monson/Brimfield State Forest sign.
Take left onto Monson Road.
Go 1.7 miles and take left onto East Hill Road.
Travel 1.9 miles and take left on Munn Road.
Approximately .8 mile, take left onto Sutcliffe Road.
Campground entrance on left.

From Connecticut

Take I-84 to Route 32 (Exit 70).
Follow Route 32 North through Stafford Springs into Monson, MA.
Take right onto Wales Road. (Watch for camp signs.)
After 3/10 mile bear left onto Munn Road.
At stop sign, continue straight on Munn Road.
Approximately .8 mile, take left onto Sutcliffe Road.
Campground entrance is on left.

Attractions

Westview Farms Creamery

Westview Farms Creamery

(2 minutes)

Along a winding road in the back roads of Monson, Westview blends in with the rolling hills and spacious farmland. The restaurant sits atop a hill, with parking, a play area for children, and a goat petting area located behind it. All ages can enjoy the area, with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating.

Along with the ice cream, Westview Farms also offers a full daily lunch and dinner menu, including seafood from Thursday-Sunday.

Koran’s Farm

Koran’s Farm

(2 minutes)

Koran’s Farm is a professional farm serving the Monson, Massachusetts Area with fresh wholesome locally grown Strawberries in addition to fresh fruits and veggies.

Brimfield Flea Market

Brimfield Flea Market
(May-July-September)

(10 minutes)

Antique dealers and collectors travel from throughout the United States and abroad to attend the world famous Brimfield Antique Flea Markets. Considered the oldest outdoor antiques events running for over 50 years, they are held three times each year, in May, July and September for a six day period, always Tuesday through Sunday. The Brimfield Antique Flea Markets are actually comprised of about twenty individually owned show fields that have specific opening times, contact information and admissions. Many of the events are free to attend. Detailed information is available on their website.

Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village

(15 minutes)

Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, depicts a rural New England town of the 1830s. You are invited into more than 40 original buildings, including homes, meetinghouses, a district school, country store, bank, working farm, three water-powered mills, and trade shops - all situated on more than 200 scenic acres. Visitors can meet heritage breed farm animals and interact with authentically costumed staff.

Stafford Motor Speedway

Stafford Motor Speedway

(30 minutes)

100 acre facility opened in 1870 as the Stafford Springs Agricultural Park, and is now a stop on the NASCAR tour circuit. It is a semi-banked 1/2 mile paved oval located in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, with stadium seating for 10,000 and has a banquet hall. It is part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. It hosts multiple events on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour each year as well as other events.

>Springfield Museum

Springfield Museums

(30 minutes)

Springfield’s top four museums are conveniently clustered in the Springfield Museums Quadrangle, a short stroll from Court Square. The four museums that are in the Quadrangle are: Springfield Science Museum, Springfield History Library & Archives, The Museum of Fine Arts and George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden has sculptures of the author, The Cat in the Hat and the Grinch. There are marble benches in the Quadrangle for enjoying the weather and scenery.

Springfield Armory

Springfield Armory

(30 minutes)

For nearly two centuries, the US Armed Forces and American industry looked to the Springfield Armory for innovative engineering and superior firearms. The Springfield Armory National Historic Site commemorates the critical role of the nation’s first armory by preserving and interpreting the world’s largest historic US military small arms collection, along with historic archives, buildings, and landscapes.

Basketball Hall of Fame

Basketball Hall of Fame

(30-45 minutes)

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is home to more than three hundred inductees and more than 40,000 square feet of basketball history. Located on the picturesque banks of the Connecticut River, the new museum is a fitting shrine to the game Dr. Naismith invented more than a century ago.

The landmark structure is one of the world’s most distinctive monuments punctuating the Springfield skyline and stirring the spirits of basketball fans everywhere. Hundreds of interactive exhibits share the spotlight with skills challenges, live clinics, and shooting contests. And of course there is enough basketball history to impress the world’s most avid sports fans!

Big E Fairgrounds

Big E Fairgrounds

(30-45 minutes)

The Big E, the largest fair in the Northeast, is home to The Big E Cream Puff & Craz-E Burger. It’s a New England extravaganza with top name entertainment, The Big E Circus Spectacular, The Avenue of States, Storrowton Village Museum, animals, competitive exhibits, rides, shopping, crafts, a daily parade and a Mardi Gras parade, and foods from around the world — for 17 days each September!

It’s the last blast of summer — celebrate at The Big E in West Springfield, Massachusetts!

Six Flags of New England

Six Flags New England

(45 minutes)

Six Flags New England is the Thrill Capital of New England. Rated as one of the top steel coasters on the planet, Man of Steel offers thrills second to none with two tunnels, fly through S-shields and a 220-foot drop all while wearing virtual glasses!

When it comes to fun for the little ones, Six Flags New England offers four areas dedicated to children. They’re also home to New England’s largest water park, Hurricane Harbor.

Yankee Candle

Yankee Candle

(55 minutes)

Far more than just a candle store, the South Deerfield flagship location is a special place where magic comes to life. From watching animated, singing characters to celebrating Christmas year ’round, it is an unusual place where your whole family can experience an enchanting mix of shopping and entertainment.

Bradley Air Museum

New England Air Museum

(55 minutes)

The New England Air Museum is committed to presenting the story of aviation, the human genius that made it possible and the profound effects that it has had on the way in which we live. The New England Air Museum is owned and operated by the Connecticut Aeronautical Historical Association, a private, non-profit educational institution organized in 1959.

Located in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, the Museum is the largest aviation museum in New England. This educational organization is dedicated to preserving and presenting historically significant aircraft and related artifacts, engaging visitors through high-quality exhibits helping them to understand aviation technology and history and inspiring students through innovative and hands-on educational programs.

Foxwood Casino

Foxwoods Casino

(90 minutes)

Connecticut’s Foxwoods Casino, is North America’s largest casino. Foxwoods hosts six casinos, restaurants from gourmet to express, world-renowned spas, awarding-winning golf, state-of-the-art theaters, and exclusive retailers.

Mohegan Sun Casino

Mohegan Sun Casino

(90 minutes)

Boasting three world-class casinos, Mohegan Sun is also host to the Kids Quest/Cyber Quest family entertainment facility, a luxurious day spa, convention center and meeting facility, a state-of-the-art Poker Room as well as three major entertainment venues. Every turn leads to a new adventure with an indoor 55-foot waterfall, and electrifying water wall, the world’s largest and most spectacular indoor planetarium dome and the awe-inspiring Wombi Rock, a glowing crystal mountain made of imported stone that serves as the focal point of Casino of the Sky.

Churches

Churches

St. Patrick’s Parish on Green Street, Monson

Church of Christ on High St, Monson

United Methodist and Unitarian both on Main St, Monson

Baptist Church in the town of Palmer