jawakenh

No Avatar
  • Review Count 12
  • States Reviewed 2
  • Helpful Reviews 0

User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

It is a very nice campground. It was not crowded, and sits on a hill with a nice view of the mountains. There is a small lake with swimming available. The only reason I did not give it a 10 was because of the access roads, which are very bumpy and dusty. But the roads certainly would not keep me away. It has very friendly staff and a is nice place to visit.

Date of Stay:

A small friendly campground that is inexpensive and clean. The staff is very friendly and the campground is very popular. We have camped here several times, but this time is was full with folks from all over the country and Canada. Still, it was quiet and peaceful and we would camp here again. The only negative, is they have pay showers. But for a quarter, you can have a nice hot shower, and it is very clean and big. We always enjoy camping at this campground.

Date of Stay:

We have camped up in the White Mountains many times and have driven by this campground. Big Mistake. We liked it a lot. My only negative comment is that the most of the full service sites are all in a field. There are great wooded and river sites, but not for bigger rvs. Quiet, comfortable, easily our top choice when coming to the White Mountains. Very easy to get to off of I-93. Very friendly staff.

Date of Stay:

A nice Campground, we would consider staying there again. We camped in the Pines, very nice, very private, nice size sites. The Pines were just electric and water. Wi-fi was great. On the negative, pay showers, and the full hook up sites were not as nice. Owners were very nice and very helpful. If you are looking for a place to camp in the Sunapee Region, this place would be a place to consider.

Date of Stay:

This is one of my favorite campgrounds. Small, quiet, off the beaten path. In a grove of trees, sites are kind of small, but nice. Staff is very friendly and helpful. One negative is pay showers. Other than that, a great place.

Date of Stay:

Very nice small campground in a great location. Staff was friendly, Campground was incredibly neat and tidy, best I have ever seen. Very quiet and perfect for relaxing. Wifi was a little funny, worked, did not work, etc... Cash or Check ONLY. No credit cards. I would stay again.

Date of Stay:

If you are looking for a small quiet family friendly campground, you will find it here. We have visited here a number of times and in the future we will camp here again. The Ammonoosuc River really makes the campground special. Highly recommend a camp site on the river.

Date of Stay:

In my opinion it is the best campground in that area. Staff was helpful and friendly. Nice sites, we camped by the river and it was fine. Sandy sites under a large canopy of pine trees. Would camp here again.

Date of Stay:

The camping rate was a pre-season rate. Very friendly staff, clean campgrounds, sites were nicely spaced out. I camped at #45, shaded and convenient to restrooms. Website very helpful. Restrooms were clean, but a bit small and dated. I would consider staying here again.

Date of Stay:

Very small campground in NW Vermont. Great access to the Lake Champlain/Greater Burlington area of Vermont. Nothing exciting here, very small campground with most sites filled with long term campers. Friendly staff and campers. I will go back again. If you are looking for a quiet off the beaten path campground, this is the place. 10 minutes from I-89.

Date of Stay:

Nice Campground, would go again. It is a small family type campground. The owner is 75+ old and wants to sell it ASAP. So it could change. Very quiet, the restrooms and showers were rustic, but clean. Baker River is a small river, decent beach area.

Date of Stay:

Nice quiet campground along a river. We stayed along the river which I highly recommend. We liked it so much that we are making plans to go back. Friendly staff, campers. We were really impressed with the restrooms, very clean and updated.