Date of Stay: September, 2010
Did not stay here after inspecting the access to site 119. Not sure if I would have been able to get onto my site due to the steep hill approaching the site. The site itself was flat but my 40' motorhome probably would have bottomed out in the middle if I had attempted it. Other sites may be more big rig friendly. An ad in a NH campground magazine notes that 35' is the max RV size at this campground. I wish I had seen that before going here. With a smaller setup than mine it looked like a nice place to camp.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
I gave it a rating of 5 because they advertise 30 amp power but the voltage was consistently low and eventually I just unplugged to avoid damage to my electrical equipment. I consistently saw 100 volts at the pedestal. I had to run my generator for a couple of hours to cool down the RV at night. The park was well groomed and even though the spaces are close together we never had a problem with rowdy neighbors. After checking in and walking around we saw some blue signs taped at the bath house noting that there were periodic brownouts and to limit electrical usage. Also on the note was a "boil water" notice. We immediately went to the office to inquire about the water, fortunately the boil water notice had ended the week before. While in a convenient location for beach going, we went to Roger Wheeler Beach (very nice but additional $14.00/day to park), I would not stay at this park again in the summer due to the low voltage issue and they are not up front about it in the park description. According to the repeat campers that we talked to there the low voltage problem has been around for several years.