Date of Stay: August, 2010
This review is in response to a review posted in May. I happen to be a recent entry seasonal. As a weekender in the past, I've found this to be the best campground in southern NH with much research. Regarding golf carts buzzing around, this is such a large campground it would be difficult getting around without one and most seasonals have them. I must say some people abuse the rules but if caught will loose golf cart privileges after 2 warnings. Golf carts are not allowed on the beach, and are not allowed to be driven over 10 miles per hour and must give way to cars and bikes. There are many rules and at least 4 security guards on duty at all times, keeping this campground enjoyable for most. So if your looking for a campground that's quiet when it should be with tons of activities (till 10 PM) for the kids and adults, this is the place. My son told me 2 hours after arrival he had met 14 kids his age (13) already.I almost forgot, this place has to have the cleanest bathrooms I've ever seen This IS "the most fun campground in New Hampshire". Happy camping!!!
Date of Stay: July, 2010
I am not a weekender. I was looking to purchase a seasonal trailer on site. I found the staff to be very rude with way too many rules. The weekend I visited there was a red flag, which means no open fires. While filling out a form for a background check at a cost of $50 for seasonal sites, a weekender approached the counter and asked about the use of a charcoal cooking grill. The staff refused the use of it. The weekender asked, "How are we going to cook?" He replied, "Sorry state regulations; no open fires". My thought was why not try to accommodate them and offer the use of a gas grill in their pavilion, but no offer was made. That was a deal breaker for me! I pulled out of the purchase. There are many open sites at this campground. I wonder why?