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19 RV Parks near Marlborough, New Hampshire
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Marlborough. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Marlborough in the left hand column.
Sep 2007 - $30.00
The owners were friendly and the full timers nice to the weekenders. The campground was quiet and relaxing. They also own a beach about a mile away that you can bike too. Here are the drawbacks to the campground when we visited. The roads were very rough with low branches, at our site we had to use 75' of hose for the fresh water, the site was not level and a bit small. The owners (new) are working to make many improvement to the campground. I think that in a few years this will be a winner to visit on a regular basis. The owners might be able to contact the soil conservation office to help them with drainage problems. We will visit this campground again. - wahooo
Jun 2005 - $24.00
Stayed here on Father's Day weekend. Because it was raining they did a free movie night with popcorn in the rec room on Saturday. National Treasure - it was great! They put on an awesome breakfast spread on Sunday. Reasonable rates, good eats, good company. Very nice sites, most private and shaded. Seasonal campers are a friendly bunch. They patrol their campground which was great, made me feel like they were looking out for me. The kids enjoyed the game room, spent a fortune on pool! Check them out! - gallora
May 2012 - $12.00
The campground was crowded, but it didn't feel like it. We camped over part of Memorial Day. Because of the holiday we weren't able to get it for the whole weekend - only Sunday and Monday nights. However, as most people left on Monday we were able to move to a location with a view of the lake. There are no hookups, only dry camping. They do have an $8 handling fee. The setting is peaceful and the sites are spacious. There is some noise from traffic, but it's not overwhelming. - RonMill
Oct 2011 - $12.00
We've been coming back and forth here for years. These are large sites with many right on the water. We love to come back year after year. - Campers for Life
Sep 2009 - $12.00
Another year, another review. We just love going camping here and the kids had a great time. My younger brother also loved this state park with canoeing, bike riding, and the trails. We always look forward to going again next year. We will definitely be back. - B. P. Donelan
Oct 2018 - $45.00
What a dump. Very tight both getting to CG and in the CG. Sites are very tight and unkept. One big dirt hole. Sites not level. Don't waste your time or money coming here. - Gmapatime
Oct 2018 - $45.00
Stayed 3 nights. Space was small and tight to get in and out. Campground mostly seasonal campers that appeared to have been in place for years. Was placed next to a seasonal that appeared to have been in the space for many years. Fire ring was unusable as not cleaned out from last camper. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Believe it was overpriced for the amenities and spaces. Would not stay again. Roads in area VERY difficult with most under repair. - Jimbeau
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Oxbow Campground is all about families, with a range of activities available & planned weekend events. About 20% of the sites are designated for short term (3 days or less); the rest are seasonal. Campers leave their RVs set up & return on the weekends. Golf carts were commonplace, as the campground is fairly spread out.
The weekend we were here, passing through one night on the way north, there was a Halloween celebration (in August) with full blown decorations, the kids in costumes, hayrides, a DJ. This made for quite a lively & noisy campground. The kids, including the teenagers, seemed pretty happy, and nary a cell phone in sight (no service!!).
Our site (90) was nearer to the front, and so we had a lot of traffic around us, coming & going: cars, golf carts, pedestrians, Halloween celebrators, maintenance workers, people walking dogs, etc.
We had low hanging branches on our site that looked likely to damage our motorhome on the way out of the pull-through. The owner was very responsive to our request & immediately took them down.
There are tight turns, some large rocks on the edges of the driveways & lots of branches throughout the park.
The wifi is limited to the area in and around the office. - RockyMountainMama
Jun 2011 - $12.00
We had a great Father's Day weekend here at this campground. My youngest son loved trying to catch the frogs and tad poles at the pond. Water was a little cool, but it has been pretty rainy. Bathroom was clean, and showers had plenty of hot water. There is a dish washing station that makes dry camping much better. We will go back again. - B. P. Donelan
Jun 2010 - $12.00
The site that we had was awesome. It was right near the bathroom and still was very private. We all enjoyed the swimming in the small pond. My children also liked the parking lot for the restroom for riding scooters and skateboards around. The icecream man drove through the campground so we were able to get a special treat. I would like to go camping here again and maybe try renting one of the yurts. - B. P. Donelan
Jul 2005 - $15.00
The only reason I didn't give it a "10" is because it's not an "RV" park. This place is a little gem hidden away in north-central Mass. The sites are well-shaded but don't allow room for more than about 20' of trailer. It's a great place for popups, tents or small (<20') rigs. The staff is very friendly and the nature interpreter does an outstanding job with her programs. The campground was very quiet on weeknights and still quiet on weekends. We'll definitely be back in our small hybrid. - rudeman
Jun 2012 - $12.00
Very small State Campground with "real" outhouses except for a recently built shower/bathroom near our site #15. The kids enjoyed the fresh air and the swim area which is also a day use facility. The lake is also good for fishing and there is a boat ramp. The staff was very friendly. My youngest saw a wild animal in a tree which ended up being a porcupine. The sites are small but are very well spaced apart. We usually camp in a travel trailer but borrowed my brother's pop-up for this trip. We plan on returning for a weekend as long as we can get close to the bathroom facility. - B. P. Donelan
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is mainly a seasonal site campground with a few transient sites available. We were the only transients in the campground during our stay. Office staff was very friendly. Not much in the way of Verizon cell or hot spot available. The bathrooms are clean but dated. The worst part for the bathhouse was either the long walk around to the bathhouse (up hill but not as steep) or the steep short cut up the hill (by the dump station). People we met were friendly. Laundry was expensive but the machines worked well. Campsite was on grass with a picnic table and fire pit. One must travel about one mile on a good gravel road and then climb a steep (but short) hill up to the campground. We probably would not stay here again. - roadking
Aug 2016 - $39.00
The campground is very quiet; the sites are large. Most of the park is made up of seasonals. The owner could not have been any nicer. We would definitely stay here again! - Texas Safari
Aug 2018 - $37.00
This campground has a lot that would appeal to kids. The pool I used is very basic but was clean. Many seasonal campers. - Lane Wise
May 2017 - $50.00
This was our maiden voyage with a travel trailer that we just got brand new. Everything should have gone fine. We hook up on a Friday night with kids and dogs in tow, and no electricity (us, not the site). After my husband went round and round checking things and I made every phone call I could think to make we almost thought about going home. The gentleman at the desk up front came down when he heard we were having trouble. He went through it all again with my husband and about 20 min later we had power!!! Turned out there was faulty wiring inside the trailer. Amazingly nice people here. - Wristonwheeler
Oct 2016 - $29.00
This is a huge family owned RV park that is at least 90% seasonal. If you are a short time stay, you will be in the center section of the area referred to as "Safari Field." The center section is for us and the outsides are seasonal campers. No so unusual for this area of the country.
The access was paved and or gravel. The back-in sites in Safari Field are very spacious from side-to-side with full hookup and cable TV. This is an open with grass and gravel sites and some nicely spaced trees. You won't have a problem with using your satellite. We were going to hook up to cable but found our connection to be quite corroded and didn't bother trying to get it repaired.
We arrived on the day the park officially closed for the season and they allowed us to stay for a full week. We filled up the tanks with water just in case we had a freeze.
The park is old but beautiful if you like nature, trees, birds, etc. Nice and quiet while we were here. The fall colors were fantastic. - Moe and Flo are on the go
Sep 2015 - $23.00
The park is a primitive park but it is beautiful all gravel roads with 41 sites, pit toilets and some water spigots. It is heavily wooded surrounded by ponds. One can kayak from one pond to another. There is a lot of wildlife here and the morning we arrived there had been some moose and loon sightings. The park is on the link of the Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway with a 51 mile hiking trail that connects the two mountains from the south to the north. The park was a logging community and the remains of dams, houses, foundations can be found when hiking. The first site 1 that we had you could look up in the mountains close by and see 12 wind turbines spinning around since this is one of the most windy spots in NH. They did not take away from the view they were actually quite interesting and beautiful to watch.
First we had site 1 and it was alone down a trail about 200 yards but then opened up to a big beautiful wooded site on Vickery Pond with its own dock. We have a 25 ft Sprinter RV so it is narrow and I would not have wanted to drive down that trail with anything bigger. Nice but no water to drink near us and there was a toilet in the woods (just the toilet with toilet paper in a bag). We decided to move because we were really alone out there and there is hardly anyone camping this time of year during the midweek. Campground closes in two weeks. We moved to site 6 on May Pond which was closer to the main road right on the water with beautiful views but not near a pit toilet or water to drink. The only reason I am explaining these sites is if you have a large RV you are not going to be happy here or if you can't take primitive camping even with a RV, this is not for you. We loved it! - gsnakehill
Jul 2010 - $21.00
Small campground in wooded area. Sites on road were small and a bit close. We seen a moose and woke to the call of the loons every morning. They don't recommend swimming in water due to a leach problem. Pet friendly but I was reminded about leash rule upon entry and spoke to about dog being off leash when he broke the clasp. After explaining the situation I was reminded about the leash law again! Maybe a bit too much. Toilets should be cleaned more frequently to eliminate smell. Friendly neighbors. - stemer2003
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Needed a last minute place for columbus holiday, and they had room. Water and electric, they do provide a service to dump for you 4.00. They have a dump station at the exit road. We were escorted to our site and told where to exactly set up in an open field. This meaning, follow the cart and he stops where he wants you and no moving to adjust. A first for us, a little confusing as we were not told how this works. It turned out ok. Lots of activities for the 3 day weekend, very fun. I would return again and found every one to be very friendly. Majority of the park was seasonal, but not at all messy and over filled with stuff in their yards. No antenna coverage, no cable tv and ok att coverage. Large library of dvds and books at the office, games and other things to borrow and exchange. Many good places to eat with in 10 min, and a lovely grocery store with great prices. When you are in the grass open area, you do not get a picnic table or fire ring. You share a post with your hook ups and water with 4 sites. So be sure to have a long water hose. A creek runs on one side of the campground. - hiker13
May 2018 - $24.00
Great place except for freeway noise. All sites are P&E, most 30 amp. Lower level is a little quieter but still pretty noisy. Lots of grass, good dog walking. Good ATT service; no OTA TV, which surprised me. Marginal wifi. Very clean, well maintained. Small but usable laundry, decent showers. Nice folks, some seasonal sites. Follow website directions to avoid low bridge! - bobcovey
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We have been traveling straight for 90 days and over 10,000 miles and have now stayed at lots of places. This, hands down, was the friendliest place we stayed. I asked for a pull-thru site, but the woman at the desk (I suspect the owner) put us in an end back-in site that she let us pull-thru. This backed (or fronted in our case) to a huge grass area that the playground was on the other side of. Site was all beautiful grass. The seasonal folks there were so friendly: chatting with us and asking me if I needed anything. In the office, they helped me find things to do in the area and gave my kids ice pops on the way out.
I would rate this a 9 1/2, only taking off because the bathrooms, though totally clean, were older and I opted not to shower there. I would 100% come back here if we are in the area again.
*** NOTE: Be sure to use their directions. The exit closest to them goes through a narrow 11' underpass.*** - 5th Wheel Family