Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $18.00
Wonderful RV park with easy in and out access. Nice accessible sites. Lots of hiking trails on the property. We were in a large pull-through in the transient area up front. We walked around the property and found lots of accessible wooded sites with lots of privacy. We have a 35 foot 5th wheel and would have easily fit in some of those sites. They even own property across the highway that has lots of marked trails with a river and lots of beaver activity. The fire pit was great. No TV reception but OK WiFi. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park! Staff was friendly and helpful. Electric has been upgraded. Although there are many seasonals (they come once and decide to stay) they were friendly. Sites were adequately large, plenty of awning/slide space. Great park for families, and although we don't travel with children we watched them enjoy the pool and playground. Very nice pool. We just stayed overnight, but would stop again if we were in the area. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
We only stayed here for one night as we were heading into Maine from NY. The CG is very convenient and reasonable since we used our Passport America card, although you need to pay cash for the discount. Our site was a level and long pull thru, so we never unhooked. It was relatively close to the road, (Apparently held for PA members) so large trucks may disturb some campers, but once it was dark, their noise was not very noticeable. No TV or WiFi service to be found, but that was OK with us, since we were leaving early the next day. I would stay here again, for the convenience. To receive the Passport America discount, you will need to pay in cash. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this park for 1 night in a 34 foot motorhome. We were just passing through so we decided to stay here, however that turned out to be a mistake. The campground also hosts a hiker hostel as it is near the Appalachian Trail. The entrance and driveways are not very good or level and are filled with ruts and potholes. It is a little harder for big rigs but once you're in it's not bad. The sites are not level and most of the short-term sites are in an open field in the center of the campground. it looks like only the seasonal or long term or sites are nestled in the woodline. They state free Wi-Fi however they should state no Wi-Fi, as the service coverage was abysmal and only at extremely non-peak hours could I squeak in an email or check Facebook. Overall was not a bad campground however would not stay more than one or two nights only as a necessity while passing through on the way to a better campground. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $18.00
Rate is total with Passport America. Credit cards are accepted, but Passport America is cash only. This is a clean park. There's some traffic noise and distant train noise, even at night. Sites far from the highway are quieter. Site are grass or dirt, not level, long, and wide. Drainage is good. Some sites are in an open field with no trees, some are among trees and heavily shaded. Everything said about electrical service applies only to 30 amp service. The boxes with 50 amp outlets look much newer. Voltage can be low at some sites and fine at others. At one site, turning on the microwave caused the voltage to drop to 102V. Unfortunately, sites far from the highway have lower voltage, so one has to trade voltage against quiet. If your RV has a low sewer outlet and your site is on a slope with the sewer connection upslope, dumping may be difficult. Roads are dirt and gravel, adequately wide, in good condition. The owners and staff are friendly and very helpful. Wi-Fi is strong; the speed varies from over 1 MB/s to useless. Verizon LTE works well. Laundry: 3 front-loaders ($2-3), 2 dryers (45 minutes for $2). We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
I probably would bypass this park completely next time. A bit on the unfriendly side and not that much to offer. The sites are cramped and I would not consider this a big rig park. It is what it is - a small park with small sites and that charges like parks with big sites. Disappointed. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $30.00
We called twice during the week before our arrival checking on availability and amenities. Each time getting answers was like pulling teeth. When we arrived we didn't like the look or feel of the place. The owner or manager was unfriendly and indifferent. The sites are on a hill side, Some in the open and some in the trees. It looks like they just dumped a load of rock and called it a site. Most are really unlevel and the weeds were over growing the place. We decided to just do a drive through and go somewhere else. We cannot recommend anyone stay there. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
We love this campground. The owners are very helpful and very easy to talk to. There are wonderful views of the mountains, and you are very close to so many great hiking trails. They are very close to the AT trail going to Maine. This campground has a beautiful hostel, and a lot of hikers use it on their way north to Maine and south to Georgia. White Birches, is animal friendly, and also lets dogs in their hostel with the hikers. Nice flat pull through sites, and very nice wooded tent sites. The campground has events, like pot lucks, etc. All the campers are very nice. We prefer White Birches Camping Park to any other campground north in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Although we only have the pleasure of staying at White Birches for just two months this 2011 season, we felt like we've belonged here a lifetime. This Campground/RV Park is in fact, unsurpassed in the White Mountains region of NH! The manager couple are truly the most authentic, honest and obliging people we have the pleasure of coming to know in NH. These folks and all their family, will just about bend over backwards to make your stay as pleasurable as humanly possible. This season will be a short one for us, as well as a "working" season instead of a "relaxing" season but we look forward to returning in 2012 hopefully for the entire season and "relaxing" too! Who knows maybe we will get the chance to hike the beautiful Shelburne Basin Trail, right on the campground and even get the managers to lead the way! Wishing you all the best for the rest of the splendid autumnal season and then the winter wonderland, ski/snowmobiling season at White Birches! We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $35.00
The pull throughs are right on the road with no shade. There are nicer spots in the campground, but you cannot escape the noise of the highway from anywhere in the park. The WiFi does not work and there is no TV without a satellite. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $24.00
I don't know what the previous review was talking about, we found the staff here very friendly, even got a very nice level pull through for Labor Day Weekend! Lots of trails to hike within the RV Park with our golden retriever. A very quiet campground even on the weekend! Very nice pool and a Jumping room for the kids! We would camp here again. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $27.00
We stayed in the terraced area called the villages, and the site was level and the location was fine. There was a pool. The low ratings comes from the attitude of the people who run the place. They have a really poor attitude toward their guests. If you ask them a question, every answer has a bite to it like you are inconveniencing them. Like when you ask where the garbage bin is - it was night time and very dark so it wasn't obvious. The simplest of questions are regarded as stupid. The view of the mountains was lovely but the attitude of those running the place just make you not want to stay there again. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed at this park a week. We used Passport America for 3 nights and the regular rate for 4 nights. This still worked out better than the weekly rate. We were in the pull through sites in "The Village" area. If we returned to this park, this is the only area we would want to stay in. It's open so you get a great view of the White Mountains. Close to the pool and bathrooms. The other sites are back in the woods, smaller sites, lots of trees, lots of bugs. There is no antenna TV reception at all. No cable TV in this this area. At this campground you must have your own dish for any TV. The office does have lots of DVD’s, so if you ask, they will loan some to you. They do have WiFi. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes its ok and sometimes it's slower than dial-up. That said, at least you have some access. We have Sprint and was on roaming. This is a great location for access to the White Mountains region. Lots of hiking. Golfing is nearby. Mt. Washington is not too far. Gorham, the closest town is a nice little town. The staff is very nice and helpful. If we were back in this area and didn't mind being disconnected, we would stay here again. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $24.00
This park has two sections; one section has relatively small sites in a heavily wooded area, the other is on an open hillside with long, relatively wide terraced pull-through sites. There is a nice view to the north from the pull-through sites but there can be quite a bit of traffic noise from time to time from the highway at the base of the hill. A wide space as been left between the two rows of pull-through sites so that long rigs can easily get in and out. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
The park is easily accesible from route 2. Interior roads are comfortably wide, sites are roomy. We used the Passport America discount; the rate was $13.50 per night for full hook-ups (30 amp service). We did not have a problem with water pressure, so it can be assumed that issue has been addressed. The laundry offers 3 washers and 3 dryers. The pool looked clean and well maintained. There are sites that are open enough to allow use of roof mounted satellite dishes. Overall, the park is well-kept and the owner / managers are very accommodating and pleasant. We would definitely stay at White Birches Camping Resort again. We camped at White Birches Camping Resort in a Motorhome.