Date of Stay: October, 2007
This is a "primitive" site campground as described by the NH State Parks website. It's located in "Moose Alley", north of Pittsburg, five minutes south of the Canadian border. The campground is excellent for Class B motorhomes and smaller Class Cs, along with tents, PUPs and TCs. 21 sites are reservation only during peak season. Self-service, honor system. Great place for those who like to fly fish, wildlife watching, leaf peepers and, of course, moose watching.
Date of Stay: September, 2007
We stayed at Chewonki just one night, having arranged with friends to meet them there. The site we had, along with our friends next door, was absolutely beautiful. The campground was quiet, the restrooms, showers and pool immaculately maintained and the staff were very friendly. We wished our work schedule would have allowed us to stay longer. That said, we're definitely adding Chewonki to our list of preferred campgrounds. The fact that it's just under three hour from home makes it a great place for a weekend getaway. Highly recommend this for a cozy, at one with nature type camping experience.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
As newbies to the RV world, we selected KOC last summer when we were traveling through the Maritimes by car. Bought our new RT RS in February and KOC is our first campground experience in an RV. The park is immaculately clean. Sites are well maintained and easy to hook up to (water/sewer/electric). While WiFi is an extra charge, it's worth every penny of it if internet access is something you need. The wireless signal and connection speed is better than most high end hotels I've stayed at on business. This park is definitely an annual visit from us going forward. Additionally, it's important to note that the revenue generated by the park goes to the the St. Andrews Kiwanis Club charities, which makes it all the better. Hat's off to these folks for a job well done.