1 Park near Hampton Falls, New Hampshire
Aug 2015 - $41.00
Huge park (400+ sites), everything beautifully kept. Mostly permanents and seasonals with a few sites for short-terms. Price reflects discount for week. Some sites look tricky to back into because of trees. We had about 2 inches clearance to get around a corner on the way to our site. We were at the far end in #D-B which had more privacy than most and was easy to get into with our 38' fifth wheel. Decent antenna TV reception. Satellite reception would be iffy because of trees. Campground very convenient to a lot of places. Very nice staff. Would have rated higher except for major drawback of having no wifi at sites. Very quiet except for outside music event in Pavilion across from us on Saturday evening. The bass was horrible inside our RV. Watch out for dangerous bicycles and skateboards zipping around the roads with riders who do not warn they're about to pass. Would stay again if we could get the same space or one of the 5 pull-thrus so we could be sure of getting in easily. - all4pets
Jul 2015 - $48.00
Very wooded camp sites. Good map to get you to your site. Very friendly staff greeted us on arrival. Told where we could get propane, for our RV. No pull through sites where available. Roomy area to back into site, with 37ft. motorhome. WiFi not working while we where there. - Christopher Klink
Jul 2015 - $48.00
Wakeda campground is located on Route 88 in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire and is about 8 miles away from Hampton Beach, so the location for beach goers is perfect. I highly suggest taking a drive along the Route 1-A coastline from New Hampshire into Maine, as the scenery is amazing. If you prefer the mountains, New Hampshire's mountains are a 2-hour car ride away or if you prefer the big city life, Boston is only 44-miles away. As I said, perfect location!
When driving to the campground from the west on Route 101, please note that the campground sneaks up on you upon approach, as you go down a slight curved hill and it can be easy to miss the driveway. Entrance into/out of the campground is generous for driving/pulling big rigs.
Check in was quick and the staff there were extremely friendly. They presented us with a map in order to get to our campsite and the directions were very easy to follow on the map, but a bit confusing if you don't have a map. Internal "street signs" are located up high on trees so you really have to look for them. The campground offers over 400 wooded sites, with the majority of them being back-in sites, for RV and only 5 pull through sites. The site we had, Site # X-21, was fairly level. For those that do not have RV's, the campsite offers cabins and tent sites. All of the sites are wooded, with a lot of the trees being VERY tall pines.
Shower rooms are available, but you have to pay for them, so bring extra quarters with you. Restrooms are older and are in need of updating. When I checked the restrooms they were in desperate need of being cleaned.
Amenities at the campground include free secured Wi-Fi, large laundry, game room, 18-hole mini golf, badminton, horseshoes, men's and women's restrooms, Trading Post, Coffee Shop (only open for a couple of hours in the morning), site fire pits, picnic tables, playground, and dog park. The laundry room appeared to be very clean although we did not utilize it. - The Diesel Gypsies