Feel like a time traveler when you stay at Gillette Castle State Park Camp. While there are no moats, drawbridges or dragons (phew), you will be boating to your campsite and get to visit a medieval-style castle. You’ll also get a chance to visit the remains of Aunt Polly, the houseboat William Gillette lived in for five years during the construction of his castle and one of only two underwater preserves in the state. Fires are prohibited at the campsite and it’s asked that you break camp by 9AM sharp.
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Natural features you'll find at Gillette Castle State Park Campground.
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