16 Parks near Hanover, New Hampshire
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hanover. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hanover in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $47.00
Great site in the upper section. Hookups were first rate and wifi was very good. Owners and staff were fantastic. Made you feel like you were a valued guest. Great location for visiting the beauty of this area of VT and NH. - demoon
Sep 2016 - $52.00
Would rate it higher, but for the price would like a level site! We generally don't stay in KOA park, however we would stay here again. The people at check in couldn't be nicer. Wifi did not work our site. - har-fl
Aug 2016 - $59.00
This is the finest KOA we've ever seen. It's obvious why the owners were awarded a top operator designation by the KOA system. Gravel and grass sites are mostly shady. Had a fire ring and picnic table.
The owners, and the entire staff were beyond great. From our arrival to our departure and even beyond, helping us retrieve mail that was sent to us there, but mis-routed. A genuine pleasure at this facility. - therealSimpsons
Aug 2016 - $50.00
A great family campground . Everything is spotless clean . Employees are very helpful . A bit of highway noise from route 4 but not all that bad . It does get quiet at night . - GDM
May 2016 - $20.00
This is a great state park, set in a forest of tall stately pines. The campsites offer considerable privacy and are fairly large, most able to easily fit 2 large tents and 2 vehicles.
Some sites pair up nicely with others for multiple family/friend get-togethers. I recommend sites 9,11, 32-38 but I did not see a bad campsite. Amazingly it is an easy walk to the gorge, shops, and visitors center but has a feeling of isolation and is very quiet. - Ronahue
Jul 2015 - $22.00
Very well kept state park. Staff are super friendly. No hookups but water spigots available and a dual dump station with easy access. The showers were private and separate from the restrooms. Very quiet. - camper19709
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
Jul 2009 - $5.00
This park is no longer open for camping. Day use only - optomyst
May 2008 - $15.00
My favorite campgrounds. Super clean and excellent maintenance of sites. Fire rings with adjustable and removable cooking grates! Water is available as well as a dump station at the bathroom shower building. Very quiet, well maintained hiking trails. Your hosts are wonderful people! - jofus
Jun 2016 - $38.00
Overall this is a good campground. It is located not far off the interstate, which makes it good for visiting sites or running errands, though you do have to drive a little ways for services. There are enough trees that there isn't a lot of highway noise and most sites are reasonably well shaded. Plenty of room to get in and out of sites and navigate the roads of the campground. Everything was well maintained. AT&T cell service was weak and wifi wasn't great, especially over the weekend when there were lots of campers. We were supposed to have 30 amps, but I don't think we were actually getting more than 20. - wanderfilledlife
Jul 2015 - $37.00
Was in pull thru with only 30 amp Very hard to level . Very clean with lots of trees. Not a bad place. - RHOWARD
Jun 2015 - $37.00
Nice comfortable campground.Stayed with a group of other campers and they put us on sites 1-8. Sites were mostly open and sunny and a fair size. There was also a sewer hook up on those sites.I believe there was a game room,swimming pool and the office with some supplies but I did not use any of them. Campground was just large enough to take my dog for a walk but the dog was not allowed to go swimming in their pond.I would consider camping here again. - stoosher
Aug 2016 - $38.00
One of the best parks we've visited, great location, tall pines, wonderful perennial gardens, quiet, tended by very conscientious park hosts, several of whom stopped by to chat, as we were enjoying our campfire. We stayed two nights, the second night's stay - late arrival- around 8PM, was unforeseen due to unexpected tire issues and the host on duty was a bit snippy, as we couldn't locate an easy staffer to register with. he later apologized. The facilities were immaculate. This park is well off the main roads and was as quiet as one could possibly wish. We strongly recommend this park. - Dondi-496
Aug 2007 - $28.00
Very nice quiet campground. Owners are husband & wife who were always busy cleaning and doing maintenance. "Both Very Friendly". There is a large pool, "spotless". Bath & Shower areas are walled with plywood but they are surely clean! Nice place for a family or someone looking for piece and quiet. No Road Noise! - t.c.fal.sr
Oct 2016 - $33.00
To be fair, they were closed for the regular season, and they did allow us to stay, without water or restrooms. The site was level, with power. So, what is there to complain about? Besides being right by the interstate, the place was just unattractive. It is a large field with some trees at one end, and narrow, hilly, access roads. I would not want to be there in the busy season. It just didn't fit the image of Vermont. - Kvw613
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Very nice and clean campground. Recently upgraded. Staff make you feel like family. Great place for the kids too. Each site has a fire ring, and with the sales of wood at the office, one can have a nice evening fire. - FishingMan1
Aug 2013 - $32.00
Nice location. There is a very steep driveway to get up but other then that it is okay to get through. Road is a bit bumpy but not bad. Had a big pull thru. Lots of seasonal people, but all very friendly. Well worth the stay. Nice area well worth the stay. - Travelin Jenkins
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Great place if you want to retire. I don't know what's louder the campers or the crickets. It's lights out at 8:30....pretty awesome. - Scooby1
Jun 2015 - $25.00
We first chose Pine Haven because of the location to most of what north New Hampshire had to offer. It is about a 45 minutes to an hour drive to many of the great sites. First off, this is a campground and not a resort, so if you are looking for resort style camping, this is not for you. What you do get is a wonderfully run campground by some wonderful people. We had planned on staying two weeks but extended two more weeks to have some work taken care of at Camping World. We looked at five other campgrounds closer to Camping World, but none of them were as nice as Pine Haven.
The owners take amazing pride of Pine Haven and it spreads to all the people that stay there. The seasonal campers are by far the nicest group of people we have met since we started full time traveling six months ago. The sites are large, private, and well shaded. Water and electric were ideal, Wi-Fi had some issues, but being taken care of by the staff. There was minimal cell service for Verizon so several times we had to drive a few minutes down the road so our calls wouldn't drop (obviously not something controlled by the campground, just an FYI). Bath houses are old but clean, laundry is in a covered porch, needs to be updated and has cold water only.
There are events for children and adults, which usually have great turnouts. It is very quiet, even when fully booked during the 4th of July weekend. Typical noise during the day, no disturbances at all, and completely peaceful at night. If you plan on coming here for a weekend party blowout, go somewhere else.
The nightly rate is based on a monthly rate for our stay. If we return to New Hampshire next summer, we will definitely return to Pine Haven. - pfogleboch
Aug 2014 - $36.00
This campground is a hidden gem among the campgrounds in NH. It is clean, fun, and friendly. There is much to do in this area and discover. You could hike in Tenney mountain area or shop in local antiques or bargains. If you care to travel a little the White Mountain attraction are not far. Your hosts/owners are gracious and more than helpful for all your needs or information. Sites are level and more wooded with w/e hookups at river. We stayed in a pop-up. - Hargus
Sep 2012 - $20.00
We have camped here in a Pop Up. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Nice quiet campground with clean restrooms. Canoes can be rented at campground or booked with a local outfitter. Love the flying squirrels - popupper
Sep 2011 - $20.00
This campground and most of the sites are right on the Connecticut River. We stayed one night on a rainy day on our way to northern Vermont right after the floods from Hurricane Irene that shut down much of the state. Nice campground but narrow road to get to the sites. We have a 25ft Fleetwood Pulse and we could fit in most sites but I would not want to drive down the narrow road with something bigger. No hookups but the sites are all shaded with a connecting trail on the cliff above the river. They do offer canoe trips from here where they will drop you off north of the campground and you paddle down and pull in at the campground. The staff was very nice and at the ranger station campers are welcome to enjoy their outside fireplace with a roaring fire and a cozy little room inside the building to meet others. Showers are extra but the restroom was old but very clean. It was not hard to get a site during the week during the fall on a rainy day but they do recommend getting reservations. - gsnakehill
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Beautiful campgrounds, good conscientious owners, everything very clean. We enjoyed a spectacular view of the lake and mountains. Nice hiking trails. - Plastic Man
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Of the 37 campgrounds we stayed in this summer this was certainly the VERY NICEST!
Beautiful setting, Great Back Country Views, Clean, Well Kept, Big Spaces and very friendly and accommodating owner managers.
And I might add, an excellent value!
The park was nearly full but they still found us a perfect site.
All the sites sit on a gentle hillside stair stepping down toward their own little lake. The whole area is grass.
We will surely stay here again when were in Vermont... - happyflyer
Sep 2016 - $10.00
The park is, for the most part, laid out in terraces so everyone has a beautiful view. Large grassy pull through sites with FHU. WiFi was great. - Duramax1217