40 Parks near Twin Mountain, New Hampshire
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Level front to rear an issue. Back in grass site up hill to rear. To level had one front wheel off ground. Tight turns out of campground. - Casy
Jun 2016 - $43.00
Previous posts are on point. Good location, large, level, shady sites with easy hookups. Cable worked well. Staff efficient and helpful. Wi-Fi only worked (work being a relative term) at office and wasn't worth the effort even though they provide a desk. Other posts grumbled about the interior roads. These grumbles were well deserved. I did manage with a 33 ft class A without difficulty. I would stay here again for the location and site benefits. - plove
Sep 2015 - $42.00
Good points: Nice size sites. Woodsy. Most have good privacy. Ours was carved out of a hill and required extra wood planks for the levelers to get level. Very nice staff. Cable TV worked well with lots of stations, but very few HD channels.
Bad points: WiFi only works very close to office. No WiFi at our site and Verizon wasnt reliable. We travel for months at a time and since we have to take care of our affairs over the Internet and research future destinations, I never give high ratings to campgrounds with sub standard WiFi. Roads are VERY narrow, overgrown in areas, very dusty, and areas with ruts. Your vehicles will be very dusty. Sandy RV parking area - levelers sunk into sand overnight. Unlevel- required wood planks under levelers. Other campgrounds more convenient to attractions. Nothing much nearby. Typically traveled 20-25 miles to see attractions in White Mountains.
If none of my issues are important to you, it really is a nice campground; I enjoyed it except for above issues. We have a 40' motorhome and stayed 4 nights. I would prefer to not stay longer than 2 nights due to WiFi. Our site 168 had really unpleasent afternoon sun and we did not want to be outside until after 6:30. - motorboater
Jul 2011 - $16.00
First of all, reaching the campground was laborious as the road was not maintained and full of potholes and broken blacktop. The camping area itself was small and road very narrow. The sites were small and it was difficult to fit just two average tents. The drinking water was BROWN and disgusting. The pit toilets were rank and not cleaned regularly. The camp host was not around and could not be asked any questions. We had my sister visit and there is no parking area so she waited at our site since we could not locate the woman who was the host. I walked to her (very nasty and messy) site several times and gave up. Later she comes screaming at me in front of my family members like I was trying to sneak the extra car in there. It definitely put a huge damper on our small family gatherings. We had rented 3 sites between us so we could get together. I will never stay there again, nor will I recommend this place to my friends or my camping group on facebook. The National Parks should get rid of this person. No wonder the place wasn't full on a big holiday weekend. - Tooder
Aug 2007 - $16.00
For a public area that is in a National Forest, this campground has not received any upgrades or renovations in years. The vault toilets are up to date but are being pumped once every (2) two years. These literally gag you unlike those of the State Parks which are quite tolerable. The Campground Host is Hot & Cold with her Rude and sarcastic manerism. This campground is managed by a company called Pro-Sport. Very disappointing for such a beautiful spot in the White Mountains. - t.c.fal.sr
Aug 2016 - $37.00
Nice owners. I had a hose failure on way in and they allowed a service tech to work on coach for 2 days. The work included running the engine to see if leak was fixed.
Signage could be better at the entrance. The turn in to entrance is onto a narrow interior road so give yourself some room. The sites are dirt as are the roads. Sites are long and easy in and out. - peddy dick
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Loved this place. WES and cable. Open pull-through a bit small side yard but ok. Convenient to all the mountains have to offer. Satellite reception was great. Very friendly people. Will be back. - User2989
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Great campground with top-notch service in Twin Mountains, NH. We made reservations at the last minute for July 4th weekend and even though they couldn't accommodate us for Friday and Saturday night, they did offer a dry-camping site in a field within the camp and didn't even charge us. The sites are gravel with grass in between but the are pretty tight. Full sewer, electric and water on each site. Analog cable TV was good and WiFi was excellent (even when we dry camped in the field). Laundry offers 2 washers and 2 dryers and was clean. Highly recommend this park and truly appreciate the owners focus on customers. - fruffiii
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This campground is mostly seasonal campers. The staff is nice and welcoming. This campground is in need of some TLC and updating. The showers are fiberglass and walled with painted OSB as are the restrooms. They were clean but dated. There are no lights in the laundry room. The site was good having trees/foliage etc. separating the sites. Some tree trimming would be in order. The WiFi was spotty at best Sometimes we got it, other times not. Seems to be a bandwidth problem). Forget TV reception, one station at best. We also paid an additional $10.00 per day for 2 additional adults. State taxes are also high. Still, a pleasant experience. - DXRFLYER
Jun 2012 - $32.00
Super clean bathrooms, good showers but you do have to pay. Many seasonals but very nice owners and welcoming to transients. Very shady, well kept sites, though could use gravel or mulch. Dirt can be a problem in wet weather, especially with dogs. Note - they take cash or checks only. - Gizzym
Jul 2008 - $35.00
Clean but tight campground. Bathrooms and showers clean but there was a seasonal tent resident who treated the bathroom as her own, ie: coffee maker, toiletries, clothes hanging to dry. Our GPS gave us the wrong guidance and we called numerous times during the day for directions but there was no answer. The owner told us she was probably out cleaning bathrooms. - Bryce or bust
Sep 2016 - $58.00
Very nice park, OK for big rigs. We stayed for a week to explore the area. Interior roads and sites are gravel. We had a Deluxe Patio site (19) that includes a furnished cement patio, cable tv and more space between sites. Other pull-thru sites are side by side and much closer together. Our 42' rig was a tight fit for the length of the site. Ample room for toad parking next to rig. Utilities worked well. Wi-Fi worked OK. Medium size Dog Park with nice grass. Large playground for kids. Lots of trees so no satellite TV, but the trees are lovely and starting to turn color. Pull-thru sites are close to highway and you get some traffic noise during the day. Very nice staff, able to answer my questions and helpful with interesting places to visit. - ScottV
Aug 2016 - $49.00
I expected cleaner grounds at a KOA. Others that we have stayed at are much better maintained. Staff in the office and the 2 gentlemen who were cleaning the pool one morning were friendly. Others who were driving around in the golf cart I barely got a smile out of. I am SO glad that our site got changed as we were originally given a pull-through site and those sites are TERRIBLY close together. Site options are electric only, electric and water, and full hook-ups. We had a 'full hook-up' site. But it didn't include cable. Cable was only available on some of the 'full hook-up' sites. I think those sites should be noted on their map. The bathrooms were VERY clean and decorated nicely. Lots of local information available in the laundry room which I thought was a nice touch. Little store was pleasant and well stocked. - Genny
Jul 2016 - $62.00
Great campground. Near so many outdoor activities it is a great base camp. Yes, you can hear the traffic, especially truck traffic , on the highway but after a couple of hours it blends into the background. Would definitely not use that as a reason for not staying here again. Between the owner and the rest of the staff, you can feel nothing but welcomed here. Great sites for tent campers also, we shared our time with the Boy Scouts out of Pittsburgh, Pa and they way the campground is laid out, you never would have known they were there, They were not bad, do not mean to say that, just the campground is laid out extremely well for everything from big rigs thru tent camping. Very relaxing time. Motorhome and camper sites for pull thrus are next to each other but the use of trees and boulders give you a very private feel on each site. Had to unhook dingy but no big deal, going to do that anyway. - Bill VDA
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This is an older, woodsy, low key campground by a river, ideally located for visiting Mount Washington for the cog railway and a short drive to Franconia State Park. It's on a busy main road but our site further in was quiet. The Wi-Fi signal was very strong, a refreshing and welcome change from so many campgrounds. When I realized a few days ahead that I had booked a 20-amp site by mistake, the owner immediately and graciously responded by email that it would be no problem to move us to a 30-amp.
Full payment by credit card was required when reserving our three-day stay, with the Good Sam discount applied online. (Note that there is a fee of at least $25 if you cancel after booking, which might be typical in any summer resort area.) I found the website a bit difficult to navigate in terms of reserving a specific site type and number for specific dates. Might be best to email or pick up the phone to reserve. - NC Writer
Oct 2015 - $42.00
Good Sam discount is available but as we stayed for 7 nights pay for 6 and one free was a better deal. This is a small rustic very quiet campground under new ownership. We give a perfect 10 for the friendly and helpful welcome. All grass sites which are a little bumpy, ours was a very good size easily accommodating the trailer and tow truck. There is a picnic table and fire ring. No cable and only one channel on antenna but the wifi was excellent. Pool and play area and lots of recycling which we love. It's not a problem for us as we have our own washer and dryer but no laundry facilities on site. It's a perfect location for visiting the White Mountains. We certainly recommend. - Harris England
Sep 2015 - $44.00
Owner is very nice and helped us with any questions we had.
We arrived mid week and it was not busy. Pretty quiet. Started to get more people coming in on Friday. Liked it so much putting a deposit down for longer stay next year. Excellent time relaxing!! - HappyCamper67
Jul 2016 - $18.00
OK for those with a self-contained unit, would not stay there otherwise.
Weeknight rate is PA of $17.50, Friday and Saturday rates are $35. Sites are lovely, heavily treed (careful with those slides) and very quiet at night. Most sites are spacious but some sites are eroded and need levelers. Other reviewers have commented on the bathrooms, nothing has changed. Washers and dryer are outside the bathrooms, under an overhang and exposed to the weather. One washer had a large spider web over the coin insert, the dryer was unplugged. No OTA channels but Verizon worked fine.
Exit road had major rain ruts that would cause issues for many RV's. Hubby U-turned our Class A to exit out the "entrance" road.
Really nice folks at the office but we probably won't be back. - Mom_of_Two
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Price reflects PA discount. Previous reviews amply describe this rustic park. The owner was very helpful but not very conscientious about campground upkeep. The gravel roads have deep potholes and the single washer and dryer are exposed to the weather and didn't look functional. Both bathroom doors have large screen openings, providing limited privacy. Our full hook ups worked fine, but the forest canopy was too dense for AT&T reception and the only place to get WiFi is apparently beside the office. However, there's a very nice library just a few miles away in Bethlehem with free WiFi. On the positive site, this park is reasonably priced for PA members and close to some beautiful country. - Camera Buff
Sep 2014 - $15.00
Campground is in the small village of Bethlehem, NH, great base for touring the White Mountains area. Check-in went fast & easy, owner was friendly & helpful with directions, to attractions & place to shop & eat. Ice & Firewood available on site. Interior roads are dirt, and all sites are fully wooded. Ours was a pull thru with full hook-ups, un-level with a lot of rocks & tree roots, which I guess you can expect when you camp in the woods. With FHU's we didn't use the bathrooms or showers, so I can't comment on them. There are a number of permanents, but nice separation with the trees. We got quite a few TV channels on the OTA batwing antenna, not sure satellite would be an option in the woods. Our rate was with Passport America, if in this area again we would stay here. - bukhrn
Aug 2008 - $32.00
We spend 2 weeks on the road and this campground stands out the most. We had so much fun here. This was very scenic. They had wild life everywhere. Moose in the River, Bear in an open field. This park was extremely clean and well cared for. The bathrooms were very clean and the camp store was always stocked with everything I needed. The staff was very friendly. It was very easy for me to maneuver around. If I had a motorhome or fifth wheel would want a site closer to the store. I drove all the way from Toledo, Ohio and can't wait to come back someday. This is by far the most Scenic campground I have ever been. They also have tons of trails close by with waterfalls everywhere. You will not be disappointed. - Chadwick
Jul 2005 - $20.00
The most scenic campground I have ever been to. Wake up in the morning to Moose in the riverbed. Beautiful location. Very relaxing and enjoyable. - EarthFirst1
Jul 2015 - $36.00
Can't complain - a very nice campground. We had an 18 foot trailer. Our site was right beside laundry. Only draw back was at night very bright light shined in camper all night, but we blocked it out the best we could. People very friendly, very nice pool, Santas Village down the road. Would stay again, but would request a space couple sites away from laundry. - HappyCamper67
Jul 2014 - $36.00
This is our first time staying at Fort Jefferson Campground. We chose this CG because it is in northern NH, and had hoped for a northern NH camping experience. Unfortunately it is another CG that caters primarily to its seasonal residents. Our site (98) was at the end of a row of sites, completely open with no shade whatsoever. With my rig set up the kids had barely enough room to play on our own site. The constant onslaught of kids on electric cars & bikes got old. I understand that there isn't much room to roam, but these cars going by every 5 minutes (starting at 7:00-7:30 AM) makes it impossible to enjoy a quiet coffee in the AM. Even the owner (I assume it is the owner, he is the only one driving around on a "Gator" vehicle, no other gas powered vehicles on the property) drives around the whole place giving his kids rides....all afternoon...EVERY DAY. It is enough to drive you crazy. If you don't believe me, try it out for a weekend...you will see. The bathroom (one for the whole place) was consistently dirty and ran out of TP almost every day. The showers (albeit free) had very inconsistent hot water. The park next door (Formerly Six Gun City, now called Fort Jefferson Fun Park) and the CG are owned by the same family. I understand the need to stabilize income, and open to seasonals (its happening everywhere now), but this is getting out of hand. The "clique" atmosphere takes over at these places, and makes us traditional campers feel as if we shouldn't be there. I'm not saying the folks weren't nice, but when you go to do the one thing there is to do (the pool) and it is overrun with one family (we learned that one family has 7 seasonal sites here, all with 3+ children each....you can imagine the size of this group!) it definitely puts a damper on your plans. The people were nice, the facilities & sites were subpar, the CG was mostly occupied by local seasonals (most lived mear minutes away). Fort Jefferson Fun Park was entertaining for the kids, but it is not even a shadow of what it used to be. It kills me to see a great little park die slowly like it appears to be doing. I wish they would partner with other local parks & businesses to help improve their situation. If you ever wanted to see Six Gun City, or if you remember it from your childhood, you better check it out before it is gone forever. Sants Village is just a 10 minute drive away too... Bottom line, we will not be returning to the CG. - BigNuge
Jul 2012 - $22.00
The draw of this campground is Six Gun City, same owners and they offer length of stay passes. Many seasonals that seemed mostly neat, no build structures. Sites are tight and you can only do so much with Six Gun City which is geared to the very young. New owners are expanding and improving so in a few years could be better. New bathhouse would be a great direction to go as the one they have is very dated. - Justafan
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This "campground" consists of seven, back-in, FHU sites on the backside of a very large parking lot. Campsites are close together with trees and shrubs between for a bit of privacy. We reserved and paid on-line so there was little interaction with the staff. Echo lake is stunningly beautiful -- and quiet once the beach goers leave for the day. We had to walk out into the parking lot to acquire AT&T cell service. Same for our Verizon Internet gizmo. This is a truly lovely corner of America, and we will definitely return. - CO2RV
Sep 2015 - $40.00
Franconia Notch State Park is a mountain pass in the heart of the White Mts of NH. The parkway goes from the Flume Gorge at the south to Echo Lake at the north for about eight miles. Cannon Mt RV Park is located at Echo Lake and is one of two state parks in that pass. A short walk about five minutes from your site is that lake with swimming and a bath house with showers but they lock it up at night. Only RV's and popups can stay here but you have to use all three hookups. There are fire pits and a picnic table at each site. The seven sites are right next to each other in a row and there are small bushes between most sites. It is expensive and open all year but hookups are not offered in the winter time. Reservations are advised! You are at the base of Cannon Mt and the ski slopes can be seen from the parking lot, so this is very popular for those that like to ski and are self sufficient. This area is one of our favorite places to camp. - gsnakehill
Jul 2015 - $40.00
There are only seven sites and they are close together but next to Echo Lake with a great view of Cannon Mtn. The sites were very level and easy to back into. The staff went out of their way to be helpful. It was easy to explore Franconia Notch from here. We could walk to the beach, the recreation trail or Artists Bluff. Nice little camp store. Not good cell signal but surrounded by gorgeous mountains. Campground was very quiet after beach closed for the day. - Hartleyfam