3 Parks near Lee, New Hampshire
May 2016 - $37.00
This really isn't a very nice campground. I would have to consider it more of a trailer park for RVs. Most of the park is occupied by seasonal or full timers. The infrastructure is lacking in that the power lines are strung randomly around the trees, some of the water lines are just 1/2" abs lines strung around on the ground, and the sewer lines are pvc with some of it above ground. It's either very dusty or very muddy. There are mosquitoes aplenty with all of the standing water around the campground. The river is really not very inviting either as it moves very slowly and retains a yellowish color from the vegetation.
I do have to say that the two women that own the park are very pleasant to deal with but I'm afraid that's about the only positive attribute I can give the park. We spent a week here and would have gone someplace else but it looked like some of the other campgrounds in the area could have been similar so we stayed put. - hoppers4
Jul 2015 - $41.00
We stayed here for a month. We were in between homes and decided to use our fifth wheel to stay comfortable. The owners of the park are two sisters. They are very, very nice and helpful. The family helps out with the campground and they keep it safe and clean. Our site was HUGE, very close to park and river. My two boys enjoyed their stay. Pet friendly and families have plenty to keep busy. They are really do a good job with activities. The seasonal campers were great!! I felt very welcomed and we will go back! - LisaC
Jul 2015 - $41.00
Took my grandchildren camping there. We go to Ferndales once or twice a season (we have a seasonal site in Maine with our 5th wheel there) . The campground is very nice. It's older and could use some updates/up grades. The playground needs an overhaul but still somewhat enjoyable for younger children (under 5 years). The pool is the biggest draw for most but there is also a river you can swim in. Get to the pool at opening if you want a lounge chair (provided) as most of the seasonals' grab them right off. There is a small game room with a few games and an air hockey table. Kids enjoyed that. There are activities most weekends for kids and bingo for adults if you are interested in that. The owners are pleasant and ride around often on a golf cart to make sure you are satisfied and doing ok. The park is quiet, sites are nice and spacious. There is a small camp store with treats for the kids, but be aware it is expensive, firewood for sale and odds and ends. We have always enjoyed our stay here. - Dianne W.
Aug 2011 - $27.00
Stay away. Mostly old seasonals resembles a trailer park. Sites are very tight but not as narrow as the roads. Dump station did not work because of an on going root problem. - cbshea02
May 2016 - $30.00
A seasonal campground with daily, weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates. Dirt roads are a little rough in spots so go slow. Some gravel sites, most are fairly level, 50 amp for larger rigs. The family is in the process of revamping the entire camp so it is in transition but still a great place for kids to ride bikes and swim/kayak/tube along the river. The sites along the river only fit tents, the upper section could fit some bigger rigs and a few on the lower area could fit up to a 45 foot. They have sewer tanks that they pump out and a dump site by the entrance. It is a family run campground, friendly and vintage but clean. They have horse shoe pits, tether ball, a small rec center with a pool table, grocery stores and restaurants are a short drive. We stayed for over a month and enjoyed the friendly atmosphere. - PERRELLAS