Sodom Mountain Campground

  • Sodom Mountain Campground offers the closest camping to Six Flags New England
  • Sodom Mountain Campground Store
  • Sodom Mountain Campground Rental Cabin

Directions & Nearby Attractions


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Nearby Cities & Towns:
• Springfield, Chicopee, Holyoke & Westfield, Massachusetts •
• Hartford, Connecticut •

Access map for Sodom Mountain Campground
Easy Travel Directions

Take Exit 3 (Westfield) off I-90 (the Mass Pike.)
Follow U.S. Route 202 South to Southwick Center.
At Southwick Center, turn right onto Route 57 West.
Follow Route 57 West for 3¼ miles beyond Southwick Center.
Take a left on South Loomis Street. The Campground will be 1/4 mile on the right.

Take Exit 3 (Agawam) off I-91. Follow Route 57 West to Southwick Center.
Take a left on Route 10 & 202 South and 57 West to next light.
Turn right and continue on Route 57 West for 3¼ miles beyond Southwick Center.
Take a left on South Loomis Street. The Campground will be 1/4 mile on the right.

We offer the closest camping to ALL of the following major attractions:
Click on the links above to visit their websites for more information.

Nearby Congamond Lake


Six Flags New England Six Flags New England is the Thrill Capital of New England and they’ve taken that reputation to the next level with the introduction of the New England SkyScreamer. The world record breaking New England SkyScreamer takes riders 40 stories in the air as they experience beautiful views of New England. This only adds to Six Flags already impressive lineup of rides including: Cyclone, Flashback, Pandemonium, Mind Eraser, Batman the Dark Knight, Goliath and Bizarro. Rated as one of the top steel coasters on the planet, Bizarro offers thrills second to none with two tunnels, fly through S-shields and a 220-foot drop.

When it comes to fun for the little ones, Six Flags New England offers four areas dedicated to children including Looney Tunes Movie Town, Kidzopolis, Whistlestop Park and Splash Island. They’re also home to New England’s largest water park, Hurricane Harbor. Hurricane Harbor offers a tropical oasis in the middle of New England with two sandy beaches, two wave pools, numerous slides and a lazy river that will float all of your worries away.
Basketball Hall of Fame - Springfield 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!
The BIG E 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!
Friends Of The Southwick Rail Trail welcome you to the beautiful, 6-plus miles of multi-use rail trail that passes through Southwick, Massachusetts. Whether you cycle, jog, roller blade or just stroll along, we hope you will enjoy the open vistas of wetlands, agricultural fields, golf courses, and waterways.

The rail trail that passes on the west side of the Congamond Lakes extends six miles across Southwick in a north-south direction from Connecticut. It follows, in large part, the path of the New Haven and Northampton Railroad, which, in turn, had followed a portion path of the Hampshire and Hampden Canal.
The Wick 338 was formerly known as Southwick Motocross 338. Throughout the years, the track has become a favorite of some of American motocross racing’s toughtest competitiors. Bob Hannah, Jeff Stanton, and Rickey Carmichael all counted the Motocross 338 among their favorite tracks, with Jeff Stanton winning four times in a row at Southwick between 1989 and 1992 and Ricky Carmichael winning nine consecutive races beginning in 1999. Today The Wick is being returned to its original direction and some of the iconic jumps and turns are being rebuilt to recreate the layout that thousands of racers have loved over the last 42 years.
Congamond Lakes Congamond Lakes is a interstate series of three lakes between Suffield, Connecticut and Southwick, Massachusetts. A 200’ long wooden fishing pier is located at the south end of the boat ramp area on the middle lake. Feel free to check out the Events that are taking place along the lakes.

Twelve native species of fish inhabit Congamond Lakes including largemouth bass, chain pickerel, pumpkinseed, bluegill, yellow perch, longear sunfish, landlocked alewife, banded killifish, golden shiner, brown bullhead, white sucker and American eel. The most abundant gamefish is the largemouth bass, while the most abundant panfish is the pumpkinseed. In addition the lake is stocked in the spring and fall with rainbow and brown trout.
Springfield Library and Museums at the Quadrangle Springfield’s top museums are conveniently clustered in Springfield Museums Quadrangle, a short stroll from Court Square. There are four museums and a library in the grassy area known as the Quadrangle. The Quadrangle is located at 220 State St, Springfield, MA 01103. There is a Welcome Center that is open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. It is located on Edwards Street and this is where the tickets are sold for all four museums. 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. Where the library sits is a wonderful area that is enjoyed by tourists and locals. 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.
Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden is now open at the Springfield Museums in Springfield, Massachusetts, the city where Theodor Seuss Geisel was born and which appears to have inspired much of his work.

Sculptor Lark Grey Dimond-Cates, who is also Geisel’s step-daughter, created the endearing bronze sculptures of Dr. Seuss and his most beloved characters for the Springfield Library & Museums Association, located in the heart of this city which is on the Connecticut River in Western Massachusetts.
Springfield’s Forest Park & Forest Park Zoo The Zoo in Forest Park and Education Center is a non-profit organization governed by the Forest Park Zoological Society. Situated in Forest Park, a 735 acre woodland park in Springfield, the Zoo features exotic and indigenous animals representing a large variety of species found throughout the world and in North America.

The Zoo is dedicated to wildlife education and offers a variety of educational programs and special events for children and adults. Zoo On The Go, Guided Tours, and Discovery Programs can be adapted to all age groups and interests. Different events almost every weekend allow guests to explore all aspects of science, while having a good time. Animal Tales in July and August introduces the mystery and excitement of nature through literature. Zoo Camp, during both winter and summers school vacations all children ages 6-11 to explore nature, discover wildlife and meet exotic creatures.
Old New-Gate Prison & Copper Mine Originally founded as a copper mine in the early 1700’s. With a number of sturdy tunnels and chambers already in place, a copper mine seemed a perfectly fine place to establish a prison, but the site which is now known as the Old Newgate Prison produced more escapees than copper ore.

NewGate was first used as a prison to house Tories and Loyalists during the Revolutionary War. It was the first State Prison in America. The Prison also held Confederate prisoners during the Civil War. In 1976 New-Gate Prison was declared a National Historic Landmark. Old New-Gate Prison is one of the leading tourist attractions in Connecticut.
New England Air Museum 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 Windsor Locks, CT, 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.
Bradley International Airport Bradley International Airport (airport code BDL), is a public and military use airport and is just a 15-minute drive to Hartford. Considered the Gateway to New England, the airport is a 2-hour drive to Boston, Massachusetts and 1.5 hours from White Plains, New York. The airport’s Terminal A, has two concourses. The East Concourse has Gates 1-12 and the West Concourse Gates 20-30. Thirteen airlines serve the airport with flights from around the US and Canada. The Sheraton Hotel is located between Terminal A and the old Terminal B, which is scheduled for demolition. Connecticut Transit buses transport travelers between downtown Harford and Bradley Airport. Taxi, limos and rental cars are also available.
Volleyball Hall of Fame & Holyoke Heritage State Park The museums artifacts are presented as a state of the art experience and now the hall’s outreach extends beyond Holyoke to every corner of the World. They’ve always had the world’s greatest volleyball collection, now we can share more of it with our visitors.

With hundreds of artifacts in their collection the Volleyball Hall of Fame has volleyballs most treasured memories awaiting your visit. See where your sport is memorialized and the legends are honored. They are the Volleyball Hall of Fame for the world.

Holyoke Heritage State Park’s Visitors’ Center features exhibits about paper manufacturing and Holyoke’s industrial history. A slide show celebrates the city’s rich blend of cultures and people. Special programs are offered year-round. The Children’s Museum, the restored antique Holyoke Merry-Go-Round and the Volleyball Hall of Fame are also located within the park.

Outside the Visitors’ Center, relax and have a picnic in the beautifully landscaped park overlooking Holyoke’s three water power canals and several of the mill buildings. The historic railroad is not running at present, but when in operation it takes passengers on a 10 mile route through Holyoke and the surrounding countryside.
Yankee Candle Village Far more than just candle stores, the South Deerfield, MA and Williamsburg, VA locations are special places where magic comes to life. From watching animated, singing characters to celebrating Christmas year ’round, they’re both quite unusual places where your whole family can experience an enchanting mix of shopping and entertainment.