Date of Stay: June, 2014
If you're into four wheeling/ATV'ing, snowmobiling, camping, boating, hunting or fishing, or you just enjoying the Great North Woods of new Hampshire, you will love Log Haven. Direct Trail Access to hundreds of miles of ATV trails with some amazing wildlife that very few people ever get to see. The friendly owners have provided a one acre, private and fully enclosed parking area for you to keep your ATV's, snowmobiles, boats trailers etc. during your visit . You can leave directly from the "Toy Coral" and hit the trails, then come back from your ride and have your favorite beer and burger in the cozy Log Haven Restaurant and Lounge. Also, the campground power was updated in 2013. We have had no power issues.
Date of Stay: June, 2014
This is our 2nd season here, mixed emotions. Last year the prices were reasonable but management and landscaping were nonexistent. This year brings a new manger and a LOT of landscaping & improvements... but due to 50% + rate increases, many will never experience the improvements due to WAY, WAY over pricing. We had family wanting to stop in for the 4th but they were quoted $59 a night which is simply nuts for what you receive. Kiddie pool still closed, WiFi is only available in two locations and none to the actual campground. Cable is provided but no HD and satellite is not possible in 95% of the campground due to heavy tree cover ... dust from the road in and around the grounds from vehicles and golf carts spews all over and covers you from head to toe in just a day. Potholes on the way into the campground and through the gate will gobble up a true 4X4. Setting that aside, the campground is mostly peaceful and tranquil (other than some prime weekends)POWER and water pressure is excellent, and again new management is a welcome change over last year, however, are the 50+% price increases worth it? So much potential ... but the new price increases have us looking elsewhere next year they are just overbearing for what you receive.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
We stopped here to visit some friends that were staying for a short time as the park is close to their family. Pros: Close to a Winn-Dixie and a huge Flea market, that's it. Cons: The "new" office manager is the most abrasive and condescending person we have ever encountered on our travels. I'm 100% certain that her goal in life is to turn away and discourage anyone from staying here that is not a seasonal customer. The park is mainly seasonal's with a lot of permanent looking 5th wheels and travel trailers with built on decks and tent/storage buildings and "stuff". Older population, have only seen one child in the 10 days we've been here. To add insult to injury, we had our fairly expensive bicycle stolen. A few others in the park suffered thefts, and our neighbor also had their golf cart stolen. No apologies, no updates from management thus far. We would never recommend staying here nor would we ever return.
Date of Stay: December, 2013
Excellent place to stay, lots of activities, e.g., bocce ball, pool tables, beanbag, mini golf, and always something going on in the clubhouse. There's even a section of the property that has a large enough field to practice your golf swing! Rates vary depending on the length of your stay and whether you want a concrete pad and patio or not. Super friendly staff and people in general. Clean and very well maintained and new high speed Wi-Fi that reaches every site. Located on the Seminole Indian reservation with lots of culture to learn about. Convenience stores and gas/diesel are on the reservation, however major reprovisioning is about 45 minutes away.