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Date of Stay:
July, 2014 -
We stayed here in our 24' travel trailer over a long weekend for 4th of July. It's on Great East Lake, a large and beautiful NH lake. However, there is NO beach at this RV park. There are docks & quite a few campers line up chairs along the docks by the water. If you want to swim, you must swim off the docks. We enjoyed paddling on the lake. The sites are very spacious, private, wooded -- a big change from the typical cramped RV areas. Many campers are seasonal. It is a campground for 50+ which made for a quiet, pleasant stay for us though we don't mind children. There is not much in the area, though on a rainy day we took a trip to a Newfield, Maine to visit the Woodlawn museum which was awesome. We tried the one hiking trail we learned of in the area and it was easy with a nice view. No problems booking. The only WIFI is at the community building. There is a small golf course and shuffleboard in this park. A little pond in which dogs are allowed to swim. We camped in a Travel Trailer.