2 Parks near Lancaster, New Hampshire
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We used this campground as a base for exploring the White Mountains. It is probably located a little too far north for such exploring, but it's still a good starting point.
This campground is VERY WELL taken care of by nice owners. They were very accommodating t our requests. We had our mail forwarded here and they made sure they picked it up from the post office on the day it arrived.
The campground is well maintained. The sites closest to the road might be a little tight for big rigs and you will experience road noise. But they have a lovely view of the lake. We ended up at the back of the campground down in a valley due to our size. It was very easy to get in and out our site and no road noise was heard. The site was grassy with a gravel pad, a bit of shade.
There are some seasonal sites, but they are well kept up.
The pool is excellent with a slide the kids would love. The laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers. We didn't use the restroom facilities. The WiFi was very good and accessible most of the time. We would experience an occasional slowdown. Verizon 4G was very strong.
All in all, this is a great campground. It didn't get 5 stars due to the sometimes variable WiFi and the road noise at the front campsites. But we would definitely stay here again. - cmgoeke
Sep 2015 - $54.00
A clean well maintained family owned campground with a special area in the valley for big rigs. The owner who owns a Class A was a delight to talk with and very accommodating. We will return if ever near this area again. - GICUR12
Aug 2015 - $55.00
This is an okay campground - a little tight for big rigs. It has gravel roads and pads with grassy areas between sites. In our section, we had no issues with trees or satellite, and the wifi was good. While we did not use them, it appears they have many amenities for kids, a great pool and waterslide. The campground is in the woods, so it's pretty quiet, but there is not much else in the surrounding area. - SMorin
Aug 2015 - $41.00
This is a huge park with amazing views of the White Mountains. Other reviews mention being too close to neighboring sites and noise and commotion from other campers. During our stay, there were very few occupied sites so that was definitely not an issue. We found it to be peaceful and quiet. Interior roads are paved but rough in spots. Sites are grassy but most are level. - Heart
Oct 2012 - $35.00
This was an awkward, pull through grass site. Since the grass was wet, I needed 4X4 to pull up the grassy slope, into the site. Due to rain, my truck tires tore into the lawn, and my trailer slid slightly sideways and tore gouges in the grass. I needed a one inch board to level side to side. I had to lower the front of my travel trailer to within six inches of the ground to level the trailer, front and rear. The rear of the site was so steep; I had to pull my trailer ½ of the way into the site so I was comfortable my trailer would no slide backwards when unhooked. Sites did have a fire pit and picnic table. The access roads are asphalt and very narrow. I was able to navigate the roads but I was unable to avoid dragging my trailer wheels over the grass on numerous turns. There was a charge for WI-FI. This is not a campground I would return to. - travelcouple
Sep 2009 - $27.00
This campground offers really good views of the White Mountains. The grassy sites are terraced into a large hill which overlooks a valley and then a range of mountains. It was beautiful. That being said, this is a campground which has become a little worn around the edges. Everything is clean and nicely landscaped, but the picnic tables are wobbly, the signs are rusty, and the buildings all need a coat of paint. It was still a great place to stay with many good pull-through sites and some great sites for tenting in the woods. The owners were friendly and helpful. The campground was very quiet and did not get highway noise. We would go back again. - Waukenabogirl