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Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $39.00
We have stayed at the Field and Stream RV Park a couple of dozen times over the last 15 years. In 350,000 miles and 39 years of motor-homing, it is one of our favorite campgrounds. You will never find a more congenial and accommodating owner. Half of the sites around the periphery are occupied by long-term seasonal campers. The open center is easily accessible for us "short-timers". It is a rural site, lovely in the fall, and always a quiet, restful park. The baths and laundry are in a new building. Highly recommended by a LONG time RVer. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $38.00
This is a smaller campground nestled in the hills of New Hampshire near Potanipo Pond. Interior roads are gravel. The transient sites are paved pad and patio. Our's was easy to back into but required blocking to level. Site widths were reasonable and you didn't feel like you were camping on top of your neighbor. We experienced no problems with the bugs reported by others, but there is a small creek and standing water adjacent to the park that could be the source under the right conditions. Water pressure was decent at 35psi. Power was a stable 50amp around 117 volts. There is no pool, but Potanipo pond has a public swimming beach located just down the road. The park was clean and reasonably well kept. There are some typical seasonal sites where maintenance is needed to keep it looking sharp. The bath house and laundry facility is new and very clean. The Wi-Fi and cable connections were excellent. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely come back again. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
Stayed here for 4 nights in a 40' 5ver. Staff was very friendly, park was incredibly clean and quiet. Easy access to sites which were level and paved. Location is near a public beach as well. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $36.00
Small campground. Exceptionally clean and well maintained. The family who owns the place take very good care of the place. Not overly large, but adequate. Not a lot to do locally, but within driving distance of many activities. The place has no pool, but the Wi-Fi and cable all worked well. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $30.00
The biggest asset to this park it it's hosts. The guys that run this park bend over backwards to make sure you have what you need and take the time to get to know you. The physical park is very nice. It is very flat, some of it is shaded and all the facilities work well. This doesn't mean it was perfect. The bugs where a little out of control. I know this is nature, but it was difficult to sit outside without covering yourself with bug spray, burning a candle and running a fan. And even then I was still eaten alive. Also the landscaping was a bit overgrown at the entrance and by the stream. I know it is supposed to be natural looking but it is so overgrown that you can't even really see the stream. The spots can handle long rigs but are a little tighter at the sides than I would like. The Wi-Fi worked well. I work from my rig on the Internet so I need reliable Internet access and was perfectly taken care of here. That being said their filter can be annoying. Images on Facebook don't show up, don't try to shop Dick's Sporting Goods or you will be blocked for pornography and you have to log back in to the network about every two hours. We were here for a month and were very happy. But with a little more attention to a few details this place could move from "great" to "perfect". We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $38.00
As others have noted, this campground is predominantly comprised of senior, mature campers. Â And being ones ourselves we felt fairly at home! Â With that caveat though, there's not much to actually do once you're here, unless you have mobility beyond the camper. Â There is a lake about a mile away for kayaking or canoeing but not for swimming. Â It's a quiet place (almost peaceful), the sites are level, the grounds clean and well-groomed and new restrooms and showers are almost finished. Â If you like time to yourself to read, perhaps take a little walk or stroll now and then, then this could be a great destination. Â We're still in the beginnings of our RV travels (this place was near an extended family gathering) and are sensing that we're not quite ready for RV Park life, but it's a nice environment to come to once in a while. Â Thus, our lower rating says as much about where we are in our campground searches, not to cast aspersions. Â We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $38.00
This is a very nice small RV park. There are a lot of trees that provide nice shade. The asphalt sites are level and roomy. Cable and Wi-Fi are good and included in the price. The owner is very hands-on and eager to assist his guests. He was constantly updating things while we were there. We planned on staying just over the Memorial Day weekend and ended up staying a month. This is a very comfortable park and in a good location to sight see the surrounding areas. We would definitely stay here again. If you stay here, don't miss breakfast at Parker's Maple Sugar Barn just down the road. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $38.00
This is a great park, one to stay for a while. Pros: the pull through sites are wide and long (some back-ins might be not as wide; Wi-Fi is strong and consistent; cable TV with over 50 channels; grass is in good condition and obviously well tended to; nice owners/mgrs; bathrooms, while dated, look and smell clean; roads in good condition and not dusty; while quite a few seasonals, their sites are clean and the people are friendly, we saw several of them we met 2 years ago who came up and welcomed us back; very, very quiet at night. Cons: I can't figure out why the roads are laid out the way they are, suggest you walk or drive in your toad before pulling into your site. The manager went with us so that we could go the wrong way to better get to our site. That's it. Lots of pros, very few cons. One prior review apparently lowered his/her rating based upon the lack of a pool. No where in their advertisement do they say they have a pool. It is a disservice to the campground and those of us who rely on these ratings to complain about the absence of something they never said that they had in the first place. Review it on the basis of what it has, not what you would like for it to have. Tip: we have developed a checklist for campgrounds. We have it in front of us when we call to make reservation. Many questions are answered by the web site, others have to be asked, i.e., do you have N facing sites (sun on passenger side in the afternoon). Another reason we use this checklist is that you get a feel for the attitude of the manager. I use a combo of Woodall's, RVParkReviews and my questionnaire in deciding whether to book reservations. In 3 years we have had only miss using this technique. This is our second stay here (two weeks this time, three last) and will be back for in a month for another week. Great place and will be back. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $38.00
The $38 rate was with Good Sam Discount. This is a beautiful park. Large pine trees surround and perfume the property. Catch and release fishing available on site so no license is required. Friendly and helpful person at check-in. We highly recommend. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $38.00
We stayed here in October when most parks were closed. Like the other reviewer I too work from the internet but unlike the other reviewer I have my own internet connection that I bring with me. RV park wi-fi's are for entertainment not work. We stayed on site 29 and when my family came to visit they were allowed in and asked to park in front of the barn. All is all it was a good weekend in a very good RV park. I would rate the parks WiFi connection an 8 out of 10.} We stayed here in October when most parks were closed. Like the other reviewer I too work from the internet but unlike the other reviewer I have my own internet connection that I bring with me. RV park wi-fi's are for entertainment not work. We stayed on site 29 and when my family came to visit they were allowed in and asked to park in front of the barn. All is all it was a good weekend in a very good RV park. I would rate the parks WiFi connection an 8 out of 10. The RV park has 54 Sites with about half being paved. There is a pond for fishing and a steam that runs through the park. Most of the seasonal folks were gone but I did get a chance to talk to a few and they were very helpful with information about the local area. If you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place to go. I would have rated it higher but not all the sites are 50 amp. They are working on it though. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $36.00
Very clean park with nice paved pads. No pool, but showers and toilets are provided. Security gate keeps all but campers out. Management made a visitor to our motorhome park outside and walk in despite many empty sites (plenty of room to park). Internet is VERY unreliable. It times out and you have to struggle to get it authorized again and again. Internet is only suitable for browsing. Many, many sites and services are blocked. We found it useless. Overall very nice park if you don't require good internet. Steer clear if you work in your motorhome/camper on the net. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $38.00
Loved the campground and owner always pleasant and helpful. We really loved the lake down the street to kayak in and there's a river off from it that was fantastic to go and meander on. This is one of the nicest campgrounds with well-kept seasonal sites and friendly people. There's also a nice path off from the campground where you can walk down to both the lake and the river to listen, see the birds, and bring your dog for a nice walk. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $38.00
Nice campground close to Southern New Hampshire cities and within a reasonable distance to Boston (1 hour or so). One highlight is Parkers Maple Barn that's about two miles away where maple syrup is made and meals are served that feature NH maple syrup (go figure). Quite a few seasonal campers in well-kept sites. Playground for kids but no swimming facilities. Very tight camp sites all-around and somewhat inconvenient utility hookups (the sewer on my site had to be held in to avoid separation). Good Wi-Fi and excellent cable TV. Overall, pretty good but the close proximity of sites dropped the overall rating. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $38.00
Positives: Nice grounds. Friendly and concerned manager. Convenient to lake down the road. Concrete sites. Clean but outdated bathrooms. Negatives: Very low picnic tables. No fire ring. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $37.00
Very quiet and relaxing campground. Neat and tidy grounds. Our site (24) was very close to RV behind and to our side, within 2 feet. The seasonal sites are very dated. Lots to do in the area. We would stay here again. We camped at Field and Stream RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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