1 Park near South Hampton, New Hampshire
Jul 2015 - $58.00
This is an update to my previous review. Things have vastly improved here at Tuxbury Pond this year. This is our 3rd year. The crew is working very hard and the store is ... well it's now like a REAL STORE, fully stocked and always open. Very friendly management and many new faces have really made a tremendous difference. Although we do not participate in the family activities, there's no doubt the kids and families are having a blast. The lagoon is very nice and our grandchildren really enjoy it. Only complaints are additional Wi-Fi would be greatly appreciated, as there is only one location as far as I know, and the road to enter is still very bumpy. However once you enter you do have an alternate EXIT to avoid the bumpy road. This is a BIG and very beautiful property. - Eric & Gayle
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Finding this place is a challenge. GPS took us to what is now the "back" road which is now exit only. Finally found the front entrance on Whitehall Road. Access to the park is down a long, rough, dusty gravel road. Coach was filthy when we got to the office. Parked and walked to the door but another surprise! This too is closed and the office is now in the store. No real signs or directions. Got registered and proceeded to our full hook up site. This was the strangest configuration I've ever seen. It was an un-mowed grass area under some trees. Electric and water pedestal was at the rear and the sewer hook up was at the front of the site. I have 30 feet of sewer hose and I'm not sure I could reach it. We really couldn't tell which of the 5 spots was supposed to be ours and our 40' MH would have barely fit any of them. Leveling would have also been an adventure but we didn't try. Called the office and expressed concerns and they told us to find another site and call back. We found site D2 on the hill near the swimming pond and was gratuitously allowed to secure it for our stay. I don't understand why campgrounds try to put you in a dumpy site when much better ones are available. D2 was grass also, but very level and spacious.
The dumpsters are a good half mile from our camping area and there is no trash pick up offered. So that means a daily trip down that dusty, pothole filled entrance road each day to get rid of trash.
After getting set up I was talking with our neighbor who was on his third year here. He is looking for a new place for next year. As earlier reviews stated, there is new management and they apparently have some restrictive rules now coupled with a hefty price increase and charges for electric. Not a bad place but like the neighbor, I think I will try a different place next time. - Pjoe
Jul 2014 - $33.00
We stayed here in a 42' rig. When we reserved our stay we requested a large site. When we arrived, we were assigned a site that was small and we could not have used our back stabilizer jacks because of the hill drop-off. They did accommodate us and give us a wonderfully large site (begrudgingly). It is a fairly nice park with the majority reserved for seasonals. As soon as it got a bit dark, the mosquitoes came out by literally the millions, it was amazing. We used our ReadyCampGo card and Thousand Trails membership to pay the $33/night rate. Probably wouldn't go back, staff not overly friendly. - FunTimes123