16 RV Parks near Brookline, New Hampshire
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Overall our stay was good. The staff was friendly and stopped to talk to us regularly. As others have mentioned the site we had was roomy. In my opinion, big rigs (40+ feet) might have an issue negotiating the interior roads. The free Wi-Fi was best in the early morning hours (but not great), once the campground filled up, internet access was limited most of the time, and sometimes not useable. The cable TV was very poor, luckily our satellite connection was good. Prior to staying at this campground, we never had an issue with our Surge Guard, but one phase at this campground was constantly reading 130 vac and occasionally it would trip. Now that we've moved to another state and campground, we're not having any issues with it tripping. - gMw
May 2017 - $45.00
A great, quiet RV park, good sized sites. Too may trees for satellite TV. Wifi was really not working when we were there. We would stay here again if we are in the area. - John and Carol
May 2017 - $45.00
Stayed here for a weekend while visiting friends in Nashua. Quite a few of the sites are seasonal/permanent campers, but all are well maintained. Our site was roomy for an older campground. W/S/E were all in excellent condition and did not require any extra hoses or cable. Sewer pipe was a bit high. Asphalt surface was a little beat up, but level, solid, and easy to back into. There was no designated dog walk, rather several "don't walk your dog here" areas. Very nice stream and pond, and plenty of trees around the outside. The free Wi-Fi was excellent. Great coverage, strong signal, and I never experienced it slowing down. $45 per night is the going rate in the area. Staff was friendly and helpful. I would certainly stay here again. - BounderPounder
Jul 2012 - $39.00
Definitely a seasonal camper park. Pool was clean, bathrooms clean, but obvious most folks are here all the time and they like to police the "short-timers." Take our advice and get the tokens to get in and out of the campground as no one is usually around to assist with the gate. Camp store is barely stocked with anything. It is very close to Erving State park. No cell service. 20 minutes to the nearest store or anything. Glad we only stayed here one night. - mskalar
Jun 2008 - $34.00
This campground is in the rebuilding stages as the current owners has owned it for a year and a half. Talking with some of the seasonals, the owners are making it a much nicer place than what it was. There were a lot of kids for my kids to play with. The playground was easily viewable from our site so that we could keep an eye on them. It was a slow weekend and we got one of their best sites (#S10). The pool was nice and there are strict rules on it's use. Tent sites looked nice under the pine trees. I would go here again. - B. P. Donelan
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Very sandy site - tough to level rig. Our site was right across from playground for the kids - very noisy during the day. Bathrooms have a weird latch system to turn on the lights. Didn't use the shower. Park looked a little "tired". Interior roads were extremely uneven and full of ruts.
We stayed 3 nights so we could visit Boston, in August, in the heat! Phew!
Nothing really wrong with the park but I think I would look elsewhere next time.
Staff pleasant and helpful. - DCM/JMB
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Stayed 5 days had a great time. Not a corporate cookie cutter campground. Very homey, you felt like you belonged almost a part of the family. We enjoyed our stay and will definitely be back again.
5 miles per hour speed limit in the park! - Chris hart
May 2016 - $32.00
Beautiful location in the forest. Our site backed up to a small creek. This park has that real camp feeling, not that side by side parking lot. Real peaceful and quiet. Staff is the best, great friendly service. - Jimmytheshoe
Jul 2009 - $12.00
Since this state campground is local for me, I was very pleasantly surprised how quiet and nice it was. There is a modern restroom with free showers and two older restrooms that were still clean. The campground sits on top of a hill from the swim area which can make it a hike for little campers. The swim area was a little muck on the bottom but my kids didn't mind. The pine trees offer good shade from the sun. There is also another state park nearby which honors the Pearl Hill camping pass for swimming. Willard Brook has a nicer swimming area but the water is a little colder. We stopped off at it on our way home. They also have camping but they only have one site that our travel trailer would fit on. We drove through it and the road through the campground is a little tight. We definitely would go back to Pearl Hill again and enjoyed our stay and it's really convenient in its location. - B. P. Donelan
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Really liked this campground. Camping in the woods. Vegetation between sites. Fire pit made out of boulders. Clean hot showers and bathrooms. Make sure to have bug spray. Checked in pretty early on a rainy day. Asked man working the counter if I should leave and return later. He looked at his book and found a site for us. He was also busy with a potential customer on the phone. Appreciate him getting us in so early. Everyone we met that works there seems helpful. They have information available on the trains and buses into Boston. We are from a small town in Iowa and were able to get to the subway (T)and take it into Boston on our own after some research. The T takes you right to Park St which is Boston Commons and also by the visitor center. Would stat at this campground again. We both regret not going into Boston a second day. - schemmy
Aug 2017 - $70.00
We had a very nice pull thru site. Great trees. The escort to the site was one of the best we have ever had. He helped us position our 5th wheel just so to get the maximum benefit from the site. Good cable, park is too treed for any satellite access. Two dog parks - one is only suitable to small dogs, but the one out front can accomodate larger dogs. Little sports activity area in the same area. Make sure that you accurately described your site when making reservations as there were a few sites that are on the diagonal to each other. With a larger rv, the tow vehicle or toad may partially block the other site. Park is convenient to Boston via either train or subway. We were advised to use the subway line due to parking requirements for our crew cab dually truck. As it turned our we could access the closer train at the West Concord station. - Hawkhill59
Jul 2017 - $60.00
This park was close to transportation into Boston and the park provided plenty of information, both printed and by talking to them in person, on how to get into Boston via train or automobile. We chose to ride the train which went right into North Station. On Sunday we went to the Littleton Station and on Monday used the West Concord station. Both provide paid parking using the PaybyPhone app. You can buy your roundtrip tickets on the train, and if applicable, be sure to request the senior discount. The front desk staff was pleasant. The roads are pretty tight. We were escorted to our site, but he gave us some wrong information. He was helping us back into our site and luckily one of us was outside and saw that he was about to have us turn into the fence. He also told us to hitch up before we left our site. If we had done so we would not have been able to make the turn out. For back-in sites there is no convenient place to hitch and unhitch except near the office. Occasionally, you could hear the commuter train horns. There was a table and a fireplace made of local stones at most sites. Our site, #70, was in a cul-de-sac at the bottom of an incline. Laundry was $2.00 for washer and $.25 for 5 minutes for oversize dryer. I was able to dry my single load for $.75. - SoonerMom
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This park is very convenient to the Nashua, NH and Lowell, MA areas. It is a small park on a beautiful lake, and primarily caters to long term residents. The park offers few amenities, but the rates are very reasonable. Comcast cable and phone service is available on every site. The park is closely monitored by the owner via video cameras, and it is not unusual for the operators of the part to come out and meet incoming campers without being prompted. No pool, showers, or Wi-Fi is provided, but if you need a decently priced campground for a long term stay in this area, this park stands out. - tricotec
Aug 2016 - $42.00
The park caters to seasonal campers, but has an open field for transient RVs, the "200's." The sites are somewhat cramped in the 200's and getting a 32ft TT backed into some of the spots can be challenging. They have a handful of pull throughs.
A neighbor RV did have problems with the park 50 Amp service, he had to use a dongle to utilize just half of his 50.
The best part of the campground is the pools. The kids had a great time in the pools. Sunday morning we ate in the campground restaurant, which was decent. - johnbaker
Jul 2016 - $46.00
Nice environment, clean restroom/showers, well stocked camp store. Lots of seasonals. Transient site was in tightly packed area. Our site had lots of exposed roots. Cable consisted of 12 channels and was often fuzzy. Wi-Fi for a fee; did not use. Pools were nice. Game room was lacking. Adult rec building becomes breakfast restaurant on weekend and food is good (and reasonable). Single bar on AT&T and Verizon cell service. Overall good weekend experience. We would return. - Bigdave2165
May 2014 - $42.00
This was the first time staying at Friendly Beaver. The facilities are great, tons for kids to do, dinners, big tractor drawn wagon rides, antique firetruck rides, horses & goats....the list goes on. The bathrooms were all clean & relatively easy to get to. The not so great was the "200 section" we stayed in. It is a large oval camping area just packed with sites. The back-in sites (along the outside) are tight. I have a 23' RV with one slide-out. I was lucky to not have any adjoining neighbors during the weekend, otherwise I would have been staring at their rig (or they at mine). I mean, with my slide-out extended, my awning touched the next site when it was out. I practically didn't fit. We asked about a more private/wooded site and was told those are mostly reserved for "monthly/Seasonal" folks. There are a huge amount of "full timers". They say they are strict with speed limits, but not with the brigades of golf carts. Those people flew around like they owned the place. A bit of a pun because I had a feeling a large amount of family/family friends actually do stay there. All in all it was a nice place. Lots for kids to do, 4 pools, one of which is an indoor heated pool. If we could camp in a nice wooded site we would go back. - BigNuge
Sep 2014 - $36.00
This was the first time we have stayed at Woodmore. The website gives you the idea that they are strict, and very rule oriented. While I understand there have to be rules, I don't care for very strict parks. Rather, we should all govern ourselves respectfully without having the management getting involved. That being said, we had no issues with this park at all! The staff was great, we met both of the owners (Husband & Wife, great folks). They were curious and friendly. They do adhere strictly to the site occupant limits, and we had to rent a second site to accommodate the one adult (5th adult) that we were over the limit by. The site we had was at the end of the "T" section. They seem to section off the seasonal from the traditional campers (good idea IMO). The sites varied greatly in terms of size. Some sites were quite small, but ours was a perfect size for our HTT. The amenities were all in great condition, and well maintained! The Bocci court was the best we've seen in 2 Summers, we played for hours!! They have paddle/row boats & cohoes for rent. We rented 3 boats and all went for a nice paddle around the lake, let the kiddos explore the tiny island right offshore (told them it was a treasure island, we couldn't wipe the smile off their faces!!). The bathrooms & showers were nice & clean. Showers are extra large & roomy. My wife had an issue with the hot water in the showers on the first morning. We spoke to the owners and they PROMPTLY resolved the issue. This was a great CG. Family oriented, friendly ownership & staff, great facilities & amenities. We will be back in 2015 for sure!! As a note: I only gave them an 8 for a couple of reasons. 1)The majority of the sites were quite small. When we return, it will be contingent on getting the same site we did this time. There were no other sites that appealed to us (too small, not enough separation etc.). 2)The firewood they sell was all pine. It was a nice service, and the price was good ($7 for a barrel of it, and they bring it right to your site). But it wasn't difficult to go through 3+ buckets a day for a decent fire (we like having nice fires). - BigNuge
Jun 2012 - $42.00
Came for a weekend to get away, but would not stay here again. On the plus side, might fit you if you have a lot kids and a smaller rig. On the negative, nothing is paved (roads or campsites) so whenever it rains the place is a mud pool. Sites are generally smaller and packed together with lots of trees. No Wi-Fi. Very noisy on Saturday as they had open air karaoke with the sound system so loud that my RV shook. - snolan
Jul 2011 - $42.00
Nice layout with good size sites. We stayed at 17 which was a pull through and plenty of room (Premium site) and level. Best sites I like are 16,17,18,19,20 as these are near the pool and activity. Owner came as we checked in to see if we needed anything or if we needed a hand; never ran into that before and it made a hit with us right away. Wi-fi is only around the office and not in the campground; otherwise, I would have given it a 10 rating. They clean everyday around pool and grounds. The owner is working the grounds and there if you need anything. We enjoyed it and will be going back Columbus Day weekend. Labor day was full, but I may call later again. Water pressure was normal, good cable, and kids were enjoying playground and pool. 3-4 PM is adult time and kids need to leave pool area. Easy in and easy out. Great bass fishing. People were very friendly and store had most of the things you need if you run out. Big stores are about 2 miles away. We will be going back a couple times a season as it's close to home. - harleyy87
Jul 2017 - $33.00
Price includes reservation fees. Sites vary, but most are big and spacious and deep. Sites are mainly dirt, but roads are all paved. No hookups, but water through out as well as permanent rest room buildings which were clean. Dump station available. Main shower building when you come in with parking and trash and recycling dumpsters are there as well. Nice swimming lake, but was closed during visit because of bacteria from rain they have been getting. Has boat ramp and nice new playground by picnic area. Campground has own swim beach. Sprint cell was spotty. Firewood was $6 for about 6 pieces. Store had limited supplies and souvenirs. They also had ranger programs. Will definitely come back again. - acenorm
Sep 2015 - $25.00
This park is located in the southwest part of New Hampshire and as most of the state parks in New England will close on Columbus Day. There were only a few loops open and we were the only ones in our loop on a Sunday night. I think we might have been the only ones in the park but there were quite a few campers during the weekend checking out when we got here. No reservations needed during this time of year. There are no hookups but water spigots are located in each loop as well as bathhouses. Showers are located near the ranger station at the entrance as well as a recycling dumpster. There is a dump station. This park of 400 acres has huge sites and ours looked out through the trees in the distance over a small cliff towards Beaver Pond and Otter Lake. There are hiking trails throughout the park going by ponds, bogs, forest and Otter Lake which is undeveloped except for a public beach and a campers beach. Nice lake! In season there is a small park store but if you come during the week like we did you take a registration form, find a site and return to put it in a slot with your fee and information. The night we were there was the Supermoon Eclipse and even through there were trees we had a great view of it from our site and RV. The beach is OK, but the water is nice and clear and one can kayak from the beach. Nice park with bike riding, boating, fire rings, fishing, horseshoes, playground, restrooms, showers, and swimming.
This is a beautiful part of New Hampshire and it is in driving distance of Franklin Pierce University and some other small colleges that are located in this region. Cathedral of the Pines is also a short road trip away. This was a one-nighter for us but if we were in the area we would stop again to camp here. - gsnakehill
Jun 2011 - $30.00
Nice campground. Lake has distinct smell that makes swimming less than desirable. Launching kayaks is not easy leading to extra load and unloading time and then still hiking in with boats. - love2campforever
May 2006 - $0.00
This place looks like it has finally closed as suggested in a 2004 post. Although it was open last year, all rigs are cleaned off from the premises and the web site telephone number is "no longer in service". Make way for some condo's! - jdkd123