Newfound is a great, quiet place to park and explore New Hampshire's White Mountains. The park is flat, well laid out, plenty of room. Most sites are pull through, all are full hookup. The hookups work great in this very utilitarian campground. Beyond that, it doesn't have much to offer as a park. We got a little stir crazy one night and set up the karaoke rig in the rec room. We actually got a few of the mostly seasonal patrons to come in a sing along. Once you get here, you've got to check out Mount Washington. Doing the drive to the top was awesome. There are also numerous waterfalls to see in the National Forest. If we ever come back to the White Mountains, we'd stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Bike Week 2012 at Newfound RV Park was great. People were nice and the park was well maintained. The bathrooms and showers were always clean. The Priest's (owners) were pleasant, courteous and helpful. Nice place to be to relax and enjoy. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This was a very nice park to stay at! A nice change from the place we were just at. It is very easy to maneuver in, has great trails next to a stream at back for walking pets or photographing fall colors, has a wonderful ping pong set-up (and pool table as well) that we have enjoyed using every day, and while a little pricier than some - they at least gave us a small PPA/Good Sam discount over the Columbus Day weekend (which is more than most parks would do, I think!). It's the kind of place that makes you want to stay longer - very comfortable and close to the cute town of Bristol. The only question I have about them is the office apparently closes pretty early (5pm?), so just be warned about that (I needed quarters to finish laundry and had to get them from neighbors). Not a big deal if you know it ahead of time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Amount reflects monthly rate. Beautiful location where you can enjoy peace and quiet, yet be an easy drive to the attractions of the White Mountains. Very friendly hosts who are concerned about all aspects of making their guests stay a pleasant experience. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was beautifully cared for. The hosts were friendly and helpful. Always working on the grounds.The sites were large and level. The campground was quite. We will come back here in the future. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best campgrounds that we have stayed at. Staff very friendly. Great knowledge about the area. Very clean. Quiet. Wi-Fi and cable TV were excellent. Has few amenities, but there are plenty of attractions in the area. Has large level sites, many pull throughs. Laundry is small but clean. Has a nice rec room. Would stay here again. Actually, it would be our first choice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Price is average with Passport Discount included. This is a no frills campground with only a rec hall and super clean facilities. Great place for baby boomers. Quiet and comfortable. Would be a 10 with concrete pads. Easy access in and out of park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The site we had (18) would have been a 10 if the site had some gravel in it. Rain caused a fair amount of mud but it drained quickly. But the site was enormous, totally shaded and quiet. At night the sound of the stream behind us was blissful. The interior sites are not nearly as nice, 7-8 at best. Wi-Fi was weak at times, non-existence at others. AT&T cell service was very weak. Bathroom, showers and laundry all were clean in appearance and smell. Owners are on premises and they walked the property several times a day, and if you were out they stopped by to make sure there was nothing you needed. Everything you want to see in the Lake area and shopping are nearby. We had planned on staying 10 days and ended up staying a month. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you are looking for a campground that has, and enforces rules and regulations, or if you prefer the presence of owners and staff, then this is not the place for you. We were kept awake by loud partying until approximately 2 AM nightly. The Wi-Fi does not work at the sites in the back of the campground. I think you should be told this when you make your reservations, or it should be noted on the website! It is overpriced also. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
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Rate is for week stay with 3 days at Passport America rate, plus I paid fully in advance of the new NH sales tax implementation. This is an excellent camp to visit the sights in Lakes Region/White Mts. of NH. Could not ask for much more! Quite, no hustle and bustle like you will find in the really "touristy" camps; we drove through several areas like that - wall to wall traffic, people, kids, etc. Not for us. Perfect place to stay unless you just have to be right in the midst of things. Short drives to any of those areas that you choose to visit. Lots of good eating places nearby - groceries, Wal-Mart Super Center 10 miles. Facilities first rate and super clean. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Two year old campground that is very clean, easy in and out, and very big rig and pet friendly. Sites were easy pull thru with full hookups. Bathrooms and showers were done in gorgeous pine. Convenient campground to visit nearby New Hampshire areas. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Easy access of 3A approximately 5 miles north of Bristol, NH. Park was built in 2005. Paved entry road and gravel interior roads and sites with some grass, fire ring and picnic table at each site. Five sites in back are shaded, premium sites next to a stream. Most sites are pull through with ample space. Owner, Dick, is very friendly. Community hall is spacious. Park is located near Newfound Lake and 20 miles west of Lake Winnipesaukee. There are plenty of things to do in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice and quiet. Easy access from road, EASY parking for big rigs; campsites in the back by the brook are wonderful - big and fairly private. Probably not a good place for campers with kids because of no pool, but perfect for us. We look forward to our next stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice quiet centrally located "newer" park, especial great for Big Rigs. "Big rig" campgrounds are hard to find in this area. As mentioned, campground is mostly level un-wooded full-hookup pull-thru 50amp sites except the back row closest to the brook. Many sites have cable TV available but satellite users won't have trouble getting signal. Park is basically across the street from "Newfound lake". Park doesn't have a pool or planned activities but has a nice activity pavilion/hall. Nice campground for those taking advantage of local activities or full-timers. Only complaint would be if you are staying monthly, you are required to pay in full ahead of your stay (non-refundable), charged $3 per day for electric as they don't have meters and have to sign a "Lease agreement" like a seasonal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is new. Big rigs will not have any problem with access. The park is arranged in a single cluster of sites. The sites are two rows of pull thrus and perimeter sites. Sites have adequate spacing and has access to a nice nature trail along a brook. This park was quiet even during Laconia Bike Week. We would suggest a sign before the entrance to help prevent driving by the opening. We have found a nice home base for area attractions. We will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.