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At Aces High RV Park we offer a camp store, full hook-ups, waterfront sites, boat rentals, cable TV, and more!

You'll find an outdoor oasis waiting for you at Aces High RV Park, our year-round campground in East Lyme Connecticut. We strive to offer the very best RV park facilities, so you can concentrate on soaking in the natural beauty of our coastal area. Enjoy our sandy swimming beach, our three ponds, hiking trails, fishing areas, and paddle boat and game rentals. These are all great ways to have fun while camping in Connecticut!

We welcome pets to our park, though we request no aggressive breeds and ask that pet owners use leashes at all times and clean up after their pets. We also welcome groups to our family park. Your entire gang will certainly enjoy playing our arcade games, exploring the rec room, and hiking along our forest trails, doing some bird watching and wildlife viewing. You can also make use of our picnic and BBQ areas.

All of our campers will appreciate our RV amenities such as full hook-ups (including 20, 30, or 50 amps), and cable TV at every site. We have wi-fi internet access available for a small charge, plus some waterfront sites for those who book their campsite early. Pull-thru RV sites are available, as are on-site propane, sewer hook-ups, and a handy dump station for our customers.

If you forget to pack anything, don't worry -- our camp convenience store has all the necessary camping supplies. We're open every season of the year, so you can enjoy cross-country skiing on our trails in winter or hiking along them in the warmer months. Whenever you come, be sure to take part in our planned activities including games, music and bonfires. We go all-out for holidays, so please book your site in advance if you'd like to share a holiday weekend with us. Our campground fills up during these popular times!

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