29 RV Parks near Grafton, New Hampshire
We did however find 29 campgrounds within 25 miles of Grafton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Grafton in the left hand column.
May 2016 - $38.00
The campground is tiered on a hillside. It was impossible to maneuver our 38' fifth wheel on the top level but the owner moved us to a lower spot. It is a difficult place for large rigs to get in and out of. The hook ups worked fine and we had a beautiful view of the lake across the street. The wifi was excellent! The sites are unlevel due to the hillside. This was a nice campground and the owners were very friendly and accommodating. - Melodycthomas
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This was our 4th time at Mascoma in the past 8 years. New owners are great, very helpful. There are many seasonals, but still several open sites for rent. People were friendly & location is great as it is close to major highways, recreation, sightseeing, shopping, etc. Would definitely stay again & again. - CJKC
Jun 2014 - $37.00
We didn't stay here, but I wanted to offer my experience to other campers. The site we were offered lacked privacy, a view of the water, and anything approaching attractiveness. We need decent Wi-Fi, and this site (we checked) had none. The staff said they expected to have a new router soon, but that kind of maintenance isn't supposed to happen at the height of the season. The whole park is on a very steep hill, and we just decided to move on. (Ended up at a very nice CG across the river in Vt.) - Ken Franklin
Oct 2016 - $36.00
We have been spending our weekends at Newfound RV, on and off throughout the past 6 years. I'm a fan! The owners have increased weekend occupancy from 40% to 75% during their 4 year tenure. Two things are responsible for this. They are avid campers as well as being retired from the US Coast Guard, they know what it means to serve others.
The sites are pull thru and long. They consist of a level gravel pad. The water, electricity, WiFi, and sewer are excellent. The sites are a little close. The park is very quiet. We don't use the cable as the Directv signal is excellent.
We live in NH and have friends with access to Newfound Lake. This park is excellent for us. It's also excellent when we just want to get away to a quiet area. - ggill25185
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Recently taken over by new owners. They are working hard to make it a nice place. Satisfied my needs - small and quiet. Owner easy to work with and somewhat of a character. Has been RVing for over 30 years, so knows what needs to be done to run a good operation. Wish them much success. - Plastic Man
Sep 2016 - $45.00
This was a surprisingly great stay. We love "Mom & Pop" parks, and this was one of the best. Paul is just great...always coming by in his golf cart to be sure all was well and to chat for a bit. This is a no-frills place but so peaceful and quiet, just what we wanted. Great space for our dogs to run around. We appreciate the lack of "list of rules" whereby everyone is assumed to be an adult capable of behaving as such. Plenty to see and do in the surrounding area and SO beautiful! Newfound Lake is just gorgeous. We would definitely go back to this park. Again, thanks Paul! You're great. We always appreciate an escort to our site, and while it wasn't necessary here, Paul still did it! We had full hook up and great cable TV too. - wandering2
Oct 2016 - $34.00
The electrical hook up was in the pedestal upside down making it very difficult to get a connection, we eventually did it with bungy cords to hold everything in place. The staff was very friendly. There was no wifi at the site but good connection at the office. The site was level, but the exit road had several low hanging branches. - Al and Anne-Marie
Aug 2015 - $1.00
We had a fantastic stay in our 19ft trailer. Beautiful site tucked in the woods. No complaints, really. Staff was very pleasant and always accommodating. Beautiful rock fire pit, plenty of room, level site, and our very own comical chipmunk ! We will definitely return. - Happee Campah
Aug 2015 - $60.00
This campground is absolutely disgusting. It may seem like a good value but you are in for a nasty experience if you go here.
We rented a cabin which looked like it would be fine. When we arrived and opened up the cabin we were greeted by the smell of must and body odor. The mattresses smelled of old urine. There was dirt and grime all over the place, and graffiti on the table. The cabins are situated close enough to the highway that all you hear the entire time you are there is the sound of trucks barrelling down the freeway. The only thing that distracted from the noise were the too-close neighbors blaring music throughout the night (how about a quiet hours policy? apparently not here!)
This place will try to rip you off at every opportunity. They have an additional charge for gate access. They charge for showers. They charge for firewood they have obviously picked up from left over camping wood that has obvious burn marks on it (and may even be distributing illegal and/or invasive firewood, who knows where that wood came from?). They will try and charge you for an entire additional half-day (over $30) for staying over at their pool for just 30 minutes, even though it was rained out for the entire trip except the first day. If you make the unfortunate decision of going here, you should be on your guard and be extra careful.
By far the most exciting part about this place before we arrived was the pool. Turns out it is just as nasty as the rest of the place. The pool has a noticeable odor coming off of it. The reason, I think, is obvious. In their penny-pinching wisdom they have decided to charge for showers. Guess what that means? Probably all of the sweaty, filthy campers are just jumping in the pool to clean off instead of paying for a shower. Essentially, the pool is a giant dirty bath for the entire campground. They apparently try and make up for this by dumping chemicals in that are extremely irritating to the eyes. - leroyjones
Jul 2015 - $60.00
I cannot emphasize enough you should really think about another location for camping. This is not a fun campground for anyone that has any disposable income. This appears to be nothing more than an inner city gathering of people setting up tents and campers with no order. Some sites meant for 4-6 people have 15 with two barking ankle biters. The front office staff are rude and not helpful. Kids of very young ages run around without any supervision and if you need a 30 amp site do not think about running anything with the a/c because you will trip their circuit breakers and then they need to reset when they have time. All in all it is not camping. It is like parking your camper at a local Walmart that has someone walking around in a Yogi suit and old swing sets. - StevenM
Sep 2013 - $52.00
This was better when it was family owned, now that it is corporate there are fewer activities and less maintenance. Security only patrolled our area after we called to complain about the loud music that had been playing for hours. There are too many cabins and rental trailers here which changes the camping experience. Our site was large and wooded which was nice, we were not in the main part of the part. Still seems good for little kids, but the bears are not out as much as they use to be, they did not come site to site as in the past. Activity times were not planned well as they had the main event during dinner. With a little TLC this could be a nice park again. - Happy Camper X2
Aug 2012 - $45.00
The only thing I can say about this park is expensive. Everything you do costs money. Plenty of activities for the kids, but not without costing you moola. Other than that, great place for kids. - Tim18
Oct 2016 - $55.00
Since the last review was so dated, I thought it could use a more recent one. I was told this CG is under recent new ownership and the new owners were very pleasant and accommodating and seem very enthusiastic about the place. It is a nice place, wide open, clean and bright. We stayed there due to it being so close to the Polar Caves...and glad we did. Our stay was just recently (Fall), so we didn't get to use the pool. Overall it was decent and we would stay again. - DaveNH
Aug 2016 - $55.00
We just bought our first travel trailer and Riverbrook was our first campsite experience. From the beginning the experience was great. The owners were friendly and willing to offer any assistance we needed with getting to our site as well as setting up. The facilities were clean, the rec room was clean with free games for the kids and the pool was also clean.
The owners are new an have a great vision for the park. They have already begun to institute many new improvements (based on what the seasonal members had to say).
They had a campground olympics the weekend we were there and the boys (ages 11 & 13) had a awesome time.
Overall a great experience for a novice camper and we look forward to returning again in a few weeks.
Great campground, take part in the activities as they provide a great social opportunity to meet the fellow campers. - Mitty2000
May 2011 - $36.00
We visited this park for the third time. Each time we return the staff and property seems to improve! Two live bands played Saturday afternoon and into the early evening. The second band was a bluegrass band. They put on a awesome show! All of the amenities are always clean (restrooms, pool, store, etc..) My wife and I will always return. The hassle free, experienced, and friendly staff make a weekend easy to enjoy! - lg32
Aug 2016 - $42.00
This CG hasn't been reviewed for awhile and it may be that there isn't a lot to do in the area. The entrance is a little shabby looking and there are a lot of permanent rigs not well maintained. There are two levels and both have sites which are grassed and level but very close to each other. We were in the lower level and depending on the site, you may be looking right into the many seasonal units. We asked to move over one site so we were looking out over an open field which made it much more pleasant. On the lower level, two sites share a service pole so your table and your neighbor's table are within 10' of each other. Big rigs can maneuver easily. Would stay again if we needed to be in the area, but it wouldn't be a destination. Pool and putt putt. W, E, S fine. Wifi is 1.00/day per device. Didn't use it. AT&T cell service is weak. Owners are very cordial. - Team Asphalt
May 2016 - $42.00
Visited for the first time in May. Hostess was extremely nice and made sure our site was easily accessible. Site was level, large, and clean. Direct TV accessible. - ggill25185
Aug 2013 - $36.00
This is the first time we have stayed here. At first glance it looks like a parking lot style campground. Right up front by the store/office is the pull through sites. if you are into the parking lot style camping then you will like those. Me, I like the woods, so we got a site towards the back of the campground, one of the wooded sites. The sites were ok, a little close together with little/no vegetation between sites. Utilities worked well. Bathrooms were basic, but functional and kept clean! One of the best features of the Crows Nest is the family friendly activities. They had "Halloween in August" while we were here. The rec hall filled up with kids who can make their own masks and have snacks, then a hayride followed by trick or treating around the whole campground. Unfortunately we were not prepared with candy, so we could not participate but it was fun to see the kids having a good time. All in all it was a nice place. We will likely be back again. - BigNuge
Jul 2007 - $40.00
Very nice, well maintained campground. Owners seem like nice people and they work round the clock updating and cleaning the campground. Sites were well sized, clean, etc. The campground is close to just about anything you would want to do in New Hampshire. Any criticism would be on the charges for camp activities and deposits required for using rec room equipment. - JButler
Aug 2006 - $30.00
Campground is more than a mile up an unpaved, overgrown and unkempt dirt road. We called to check available site and gave the our dimensions and were told to come. We were not told that the one spot available for a 36', triple slide would be two campsites side by side. Next morning when attempting to leave, we were boxed in by overgrown trees which a fellow camper was kind enough to cut enough limps to get me out. Backing out was not possible. My souvenir is many new scratches on my motorhome. On the other hand the owners were friendly and they have installed new cabins if that is your thing. Not for big rigs! - CT Nomads
Aug 2011 - $33.00
Management was friendly. The dump site was a bit awkward (natural lean away from receptacle and a tight turn to the right to exit) but adequate. - SCClockDr
Jun 2010 - $30.00
Nice river front area. I only had 20 amp service. It was OK. The site was big. It's a nice campground for small rigs and tents. - Dnrest
Jan 2009 - $36.00
We thoroughly enjoy this place! We come and stay without a dinghy. Just a relaxing weekend with our dogs at the river. They love it! We are a big rig for what usually frequents this location. As such we sometimes overdraw on the electric. Doesn't create any serious problems. We are here for some relaxation at the river's edge and haven't needed our AC though we do need to fire up the generator to run the microwave if needed. This is not a drawback to us as our needs and draws are simple. We come to kick back and relax. - naskarbeth
Aug 2014 - $39.00
Twin Tamarack is a run down campground with shady people both working and staying at the campground. We were only there for one night on the way to Santa's Village with small children. We were put in a wetland site with swamp weeds and mosquitoes near the front of the campground. It is overrun with seasonal campers and golf carts. The store is a joke as they only have a few items and all are behind a counter as if they are afraid people will steal something. The place appears dirty and in need of repair, trash was spilling over the trash bins and people working were unfriendly in the office. Didn't see a single smile from workers or patrons while we were there. We have stayed at many high quality and highly rated campgrounds and this was a very big disappointment. Mostly older clientele and few kids. I don't suggest that anyone stays here. - JMA33
Jul 2013 - $22.00
Well laid out park with gravel roads and sites that are cut into the forest to give loads of privacy all around. WiFi is limited to sites fairly close to office. Good WiFi, good Verizon signal, well-kept campground with nice family feel. Very friendly on-site owners and staff. Pool was a little too green. Lake beach across the road was a nice plus. Nice walking roads around and near the park. - jbrucemagon
Jul 2013 - $32.00
We stayed here for a week to go to the NASCAR race in Loudon. It was a 'rustic' campground. Very few 50 amp sites so we had to settle for a 30 amp site. The electricity was not all that great as the voltage would get too low and trip my surge protector all the time, specially late afternoon when people got home from their daily outings and turned on their A/C units. Sister-in-law came and were told that the site they had did not have cable although they had asked for it, so she piggy-backed on ours. It was a quiet campground for the number of children. - Tundra
Sep 2016 - $29.00
We stayed here twice, once during the early summer for a week and again in the fall for 6 days. Both times we were in the same spot, #11, perfect for our motor home. We wanted few trees overhead and closer to the entrance. They have added many really nice large sites further towards the back of the park. The staff is friendly and helpful as were our neighbors, seasonal campers that we met on our first stay. They have fire pits and picnic tables, leashed dogs are welcome, there are events during the season for families, a playground and shopping is close by. If you come during Bike Week, you will pay premium rates, as you would in any campground during an event. We would stay here again and have no problem with recommending this campground. - PERRELLAS
Sep 2016 - $21.00
Cash for Passport America. Our site was fairly level. Many permanents but the park is well kept. Utilities were good. We are finding that at some campgrounds the 30 amp service is not that good. Here it was fine. - har-fl
Jun 2016 - $60.00
Stopped here for an overnight while on the road. Had to pay a $16 upcharge because it was "bike week" even though it was the Sunday night. Needless to say I was perturbed by that since I had no interest in motorcycling. I was in a long pull-through site but could only use a portion that was level. Sewer hookup was such that I would have had to use an extension so I didn't dump till the next stop. Other connections were easy. Wi-Fi and cable were good. Nothing to make it avoidable, but I would try another park as $44 normal charge was excessive for this as an overnight stopover. - plove