Date of Stay:
August, 2005 -
Named in 2005 as one of the top 100 campgrounds in the nation. Twenty miles of hiking trails, bicycle and cross-country skiers trails. Swimmers can use the Great South Bay or the swimming pool complex. Huge campground as this is a state park. There are picnic areas, a boat launch ramp, playing fields, playground and 69 camp sites. Fishing. Docking available. Picnic table provided. Must bring your own fire pit. Tents allowed with your motor home. Bring a vehicle with your RV as all activities are beyond walking distances. Only vehicles under eleven feet high can come into the campgrounds. Dumping Station on the grounds. No camp store. Many community activities like concerts in the park. Shopping and necessitied close by. Very easy to find as the park is at the end of a parkway, but the camping area can be a bit confusing to find. 50 miles from Manhatten. No generators allowed after 10p.m. so bring your camping laterns with plenty of batteries. This is a no-frills campground but for the real camping experience, you will not go wrong. We camped at Heckschere State Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
July, 2005 -
Excellent campground located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. Secluded yet close enough to the outside world. Facilities: the play area and sport court include jungle gym, basketball court, boche ball with all equipment provided by the park office, swimming pool, paved roads, cabins to rent as well as sites. Campfires allowed in provided pit. Secure campground with electronic gate. Office includes a camp store with all the necessities including a game room. Family owned by very helpful people. RV repair company is close by in case it is needed to come to the campsite. Wheelchair accessible. Cell phones have access. There are many things to do within a short distance: Weirs Beach with its water slides and go-karts, fishing, shopping, the White Mountain attractions, swimming at a nearby beach on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee. We camped at Harbor Hills Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
July, 2004 -
Nosey owners who lack the appreciation for privacy. Security rides around all night long on a golf cart shining lights into campsites counting people. Very inflexible. Lake is not close to primary campsites. So, it could be a bit of a walk to go to the lake. Grounds are rolling and could be difficult for anyone with a handicap or difficulty breathing when walking. Kids can not be kids at this campground without getting warnings from the owner. Over-priced compared to other campgrounds in the area that are far more flexible. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Motorhome.