Date of Stay:
October, 2011 -
Truly AMAZING Southern hospitality: makes you feel like you’re home! Jolly Acres is the perfect name for this peaceful, picturesque, family run, RV park. Why would anyone stay in a noisy, loud city or right near a highway when you could find tranquility in a country setting! We enjoy the serenity of walking about the grounds with our pets, feeding the ducks and all the sounds of this countryside paradise. This park has all the amenities and with real, reliable 50 amp service, unlike other parks that make the claim but not the grade. The Wi-Fi in the park has an EXCELLENT range capacity and works almost flawlessly, as it utilizes an omni-directional router, clearly visible on the roof of the office. The internet service is provided by satellite in this rural community and often outperforms my AT&T broadband card. However, if you try to be a bandwidth hog there is protocol in place to prevent such abuse. This internet allows us to download bank statements, pay bills online, check & send emails as well as check in and post our Facebook activity. We use an AT&T cell phone and it works within the park at all times. The owners will literally bend over backwards to help you out and their generosity simply can’t be repaid or out done! The FREE meals they host in the office building on a very, regular basis are more than enough to outweigh any camping fees, including the many RV traveler discounts they recognize. We have camped all over the US & Canada and Jolly Acres is by far the MOST EXCELLENT RV Park around!! We camped at Jolly Acres RV Park and Storage in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2011 -
We stayed here and were afforded an end of season special offering. The actual site we were given was not best suited for the size of our big rig 42' long but we made it work. All of the staff were friendly and helpful whenever called upon. We especially liked seeing that the park was security patrolled on a regular basis, as preventative maintenance and not because of any incidents. The 30 amp service at this site seemed a bit weak and did go out from time to time. With just our digital ready TV and regular RV antenna, we were able to get quite a good number of TV stations. Wi-Fi worked very good when the park wasn't crowded but when it was very crowded, the bandwidth hogs made it hard to even get emails in or out. A down side for us was no sewer hook ups for black, however, they did offer sewer pump outs and did have a grey water galley at each site. We camped at Stateline Campresort & Cabins in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2011 -
Although we only have the pleasure of staying at White Birches for just two months this 2011 season, we felt like we've belonged here a lifetime. This Campground/RV Park is in fact, unsurpassed in the White Mountains region of NH! The manager couple are truly the most authentic, honest and obliging people we have the pleasure of coming to know in NH. These folks and all their family, will just about bend over backwards to make your stay as pleasurable as humanly possible. This season will be a short one for us, as well as a "working" season instead of a "relaxing" season but we look forward to returning in 2012 hopefully for the entire season and "relaxing" too! Who knows maybe we will get the chance to hike the beautiful Shelburne Basin Trail, right on the campground and even get the managers to lead the way! Wishing you all the best for the rest of the splendid autumnal season and then the winter wonderland, ski/snowmobiling season at White Birches! We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.