Lovely campground with lots of shade. Gravel roads, nice beach, swimming area, volleyball, etc. I spent the night on a tent site after a long weekend at Winnipesaukee on an island, and didn't want to drive all the way home. Quiet night sleeping, then hit the road first thing. I'd stay here again. Camped in my '89 Westfalia VW camper. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Motorhome.
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Space Between Lots
No Others In Sight
Sun & Foliage
Tips for other Campers:
Meridith and Lake Winnipesaukee attractions nearby. Just driving around Winni, you'll find plenty of things to see. Wolfboro is my favorite town on the lake.
This is a nice campground on a small lake. The little beach is lovely with a volley ball net and area you can fish or put a small boat in, etc. The lake is small but if you just want to get into some nice New England water then it is perfect. People were nice, TV and cell coverage was good. Small but good roads and wooded environment. One way system but once you get the hang of it. The sister campground across the street has pool and hot tub but we did not use. The location is good for Meredith and the lake. Nothing special but could not really find anything in the area that was great. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
Not a bad spot...many seasonal sites but there are a few good sites available. A great location on top of the hill. We stayed here mid week so not much going on. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Roads a little narrow. First site we were put in was too small for my 32 footer. The back end hung off an embankment and I couldn’t put down my stabilizers. They gave me a bigger site without issue. The lake and Beach are nice. The bathrooms were not very clean. Went on a Biplane ride over Lake Winnipesaukee, That was awesome. Check it out if you’re in the area: www.lakesbiplane.com We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $25.00
This is a lovely large park with roomy wooded sites. Many of the sites are on a different level than adjacent sites, adding more privacy. Each site has a fire ring. There are several bath houses, some newer than others. The one closest to us was older, and adequate. We were in site 144, which backed up onto a marshy area. Mosquitoes weren't a problem when we were there, but in warmer weather there might be an issue. There is a lovely, clean sandy beach. Interior roads were pretty good. The park is well cared for, sites are clean, and seasonal camping units were not junky. We were sorry that our schedule didn't allow us to stay longer in this beautiful location. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Motorhome.
We absolutely LOVE this campground. A little pricey, and the playground is very small, but most of the sites are well secluded and very nice. We go here as many times a year as possible. We love it! We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Very clean campground with lots of level wooded sites. Most sites are reasonably private with large fireplaces. The office staff was extremely helpful and polite. Lots of seasonals but most are off too one side of the campground and they were clean with newer trailers. We would absolutely stay here again, just watch out for the sites near the marsh out back. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is our favorite weekend getaway campground. Great wooded sites with full hookups, a very nice lake with a sandy beach and centrally located in the Lakes Region. The campground does have a great deal of seasonal campers but we never felt like outsiders. I would say the rates are a little pricey but about average for this area. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Nosey owners who lack the appreciation for privacy. Security rides around all night long on a golf cart shining lights into campsites counting people. Very inflexible. Lake is not close to primary campsites. So, it could be a bit of a walk to go to the lake. Grounds are rolling and could be difficult for anyone with a handicap or difficulty breathing when walking. Kids can not be kids at this campground without getting warnings from the owner. Over-priced compared to other campgrounds in the area that are far more flexible. We camped at Clearwater Campground in a Motorhome.