4 Parks near Pittsburg, New Hampshire
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Ramblewood CG is a relatively primitive campground in northern New Hampshire. Roads around the CG are gravel and sites are gravel or grass and pretty level. There is only one flush toilet in the campground and that is in the office, open during business hours. There are "outhouse" type toilets located in several locations around the CG. There are two showers that are open 24/7 and although a bit dated are clean. Utilities are located well enough for convenient use - mostly to the front of the site. The power can be a bit uneven at times, particularly if the campground is over half full. There is Wifi in the office. The appeal of Ramblewood is it's location overlooking the First Connecticut Lake and access to the far north woods of New Hampshire. It is very beautiful and peaceful and one can hear the Loons on the Lake calling at night. The owner is very nice and works hard to keep the campground groomed and clean. We are able to park our 45ft MH in a couple of different sites in the CG - we sort of look out of place given the remote and undeveloped campground but it is one of our favorite places to visit. Sites in general are very private or nicely spaced from the next. There are not too many activities for children right in the campground but they do have a beach down on the Lake and one can rent boats and kayaks or just go swimming. No specific dog area but there are walking paths and open areas to walk the dog. There are also cabins which can be rented either on the Lake or in the main campground. - LvR
Oct 2007 - $21.00
This is a "primitive" site campground as described by the NH State Parks website. It's located in "Moose Alley", north of Pittsburg, five minutes south of the Canadian border. The campground is excellent for Class B motorhomes and smaller Class Cs, along with tents, PUPs and TCs. 21 sites are reservation only during peak season. Self-service, honor system. Great place for those who like to fly fish, wildlife watching, leaf peepers and, of course, moose watching. - Alan MacRae
Jun 2015 - $35.00
The campsites are located in a valley. The road leading to the campsites is a narrow gravel/dirt road. If it rains the road is subject to gullies.
The sites are not numbered very well so be sure to use the map you are given at check-in.
The owner was not friendly and the campground needed some work.
We would never stay here again. - Rick & Carol
Sep 2013 - $23.00
OK campground. No Wi-Fi, cable or antenna TV. Open sites close together. They pander to the ATV market. As we do not have an ATV, we just stayed one night and rode around the area. - JimSC
Jul 2012 - $35.00
We do not travel with children or pets: therefore, I rated this campground a 10 because it had what we require. We enjoy a clean, quiet, scenic campground and this place delivered. The mountain views are beautiful. The park offers lots of green grass, level spacious sites with trees, and two small fish ponds. Children would be bored here. The days and nights were quiet. We did not use the rest rooms or laundry facilities and cannot comment. There was no Wi-Fi or cable TV but we can live without that for a few days. The owners are friendly and helpful. We will return when in the area. - Buckie
Oct 2014 - $38.00
Very nice campground. Well maintained level back in full service 50 amp sites. Fire rings and picnic tables at @ site. Right on the lake with beach, dock and rentals. Almost new shower/laundry/pavilion with large fireplace and games. Free wifi at the pavilion. Cell service okay. Large trees and beautiful area. Nice store. The only downside was the service. It was moose season and the managers came and went as they pleased, so if you needed anything you had to watch when they returned (live on property). Will stay here again. - teepee51