I'm rating a 7 because of the price. Be careful of the fees that they list on their rates page off of their website. There was a fee for staying during a holiday time, fee for our pets. If we pick up after our pets, what is the FEE for? We have 2 dogs: $10 a day for the dogs is crazy! $35+$10+$3 for the holiday fee, then there is the state tax and the new 9% tax. We paid $200.00 for a 4 night stay! Thats crazy for a DENSE, wooded camp site. There is only Natural amneties to this campground. Nothing man made, like a pool. The state park is nearby and it offers amenities of hiking, views, info area and snack bar. Trails at the campground, river area for swimming. Showers needed to be regularly cleaned more often between people I feel, HAIR EVERYWHERE in the showers. The site was beautiful though. The sites are tight. I don't recommend anyone coming in here pulling anything bigger than a 20' trailer. We couldn't use the dump station, because it was too tight and hard to get to. We would have had to exit the campground, then go back in to reach it: then its hard to turn around once you are there. The sites are tight/dense, great for tents of course. Don't leave wood for the next camper, because the crew that works here takes it! Why?? I don't know. We may go back sometime. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We spend 2 weeks on the road and this campground stands out the most. We had so much fun here. This was very scenic. They had wild life everywhere. Moose in the River, Bear in an open field. This park was extremely clean and well cared for. The bathrooms were very clean and the camp store was always stocked with everything I needed. The staff was very friendly. It was very easy for me to maneuver around. If I had a motorhome or fifth wheel would want a site closer to the store. I drove all the way from Toledo, Ohio and can't wait to come back someday. This is by far the most Scenic campground I have ever been. They also have tons of trails close by with waterfalls everywhere. You will not be disappointed. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Tucked in Crawford Notch State Park, Dry River Campground is a rustic campground centrally located to Bartlett, Mt. Washington, Bretton Woods, Attitach, North Conway, and many other White Mountain activities. The campground is rustic, with no water or electric at the sites. There are pit toilets throughout the facility and a modern bath house with water, showers ($.25/ 3 minutes), laundry, and diswashing facilities. The bathhouse was very clean, even in rainy conditions. The campground was well kept with spacious, private sites. The attendents/rangers were available with wood to sell and change for showers. There was also a small information center as you enter. The dry river is small and fun to wade into, but do not be fooled by the "swimming hole" listed on the map. There was no depth for swimming and the water was quite cold. Overall, our family enjoyed the peace and solitude of Dry River Campground and would return. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.