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35 RV Parks near Warren, New Hampshire
Jul 2017 - $73.00
The campground itself is very nice, the sites are large, however it is very hilly in some spots, and backing in a 34 foot trailer was tricky. Make sure if you're bringing your own equipment, you bring a pressure regulator for the water, as the water pressure was very high. The staff was very nice, and unlike some of the reviews I found, I never felt the religious overtones that some spoke of. They give you a small pamphlet when you check in, and invite you to a chapel service on Saturday night. That's it. Wrist bands: I listened to a staff member explain to another guest that they are for the protection of the registered guests, and to keep strays from using the facilities. Ok, I can accept that they felt they had to do something, but here is where I took issue. If you LOST your band, it was $10 per day for your remaining stay. So they clearly have the opinion if you "lost it", you're sneaking people in. A stretch, but ok... Now, if it breaks, and they are wax paper, its $10 to replace, even if you still have the broken one. Why? Is the paper that expensive? If I'm a registered guest, you know I've paid, and I still have the band, why is it $10? Just screams of a money grab there. If you're reading this, you likely are a connected person to technology. Be aware, other reviews are not kidding, there is NO CELLULAR RECEPTION on any carrier. There is wifi (slow and finicky) at the pool. - Beej1024
Jul 2017 - $69.00
I have stayed at Moose Hillock Lake George and liked it so we went to try NH location this season. If you are looking for place to disconnect and get away from your life, this is the place. It's not really close to anything. You have to drive 30-60 minutes to get to anything outside of campground which got kinda old. The campground has zero cell or wifi coverage. There is a choppy wifi at pool but not great. The pool with slides seems to be the big attraction to this park and it is nice and heated as well. no roads are paved, all dirt with bumps and potholes. Our site was overgrown with trees and weeds and in need of some maintenance. I don't think I saw one level site in the whole park and I walked most of it. It's a pretty rustic place which is cool, sometimes. Didn't see any type of security patrol which is discouraging being there is zero cell service, so if you had an emergency your are on your own. Still had a nice relaxing stay but I don't think I will be back. local roads were closed due to roads washed out, so called office from road to see best way to come in and they were no help at all which is also disappointing. - DieselJunkie
Jul 2017 - $67.00
Ok let me start by saying the pool facility is amazing. Kids had a blast in the pool. It was the major attraction to this campground for us. Other pros are that the camp store is well stocked and we had perhaps the nicest and most spacious site we have we have ever had. Fire pits are absolutely awesome as well. The cons are that this place is built on the side of a mountain and many of the sites are a serious bike uphill to get "home". There is absolutely no Verizon cell service there other than an occasional 1x bar. They say the have wifi but it is only at the pool house and is near non existence on bandwidth so other than minimal work, don't expect to do anything of significance if you can get on at all. I also didn't like their "bands" like a theme park that you had to wear your entire stay or be prepared to pay a big replacement price. Store items were also a bit pricey. Perhaps the biggest con for me was that this place is located in the middle of no where... 30 minutes minimum to get anywhere you want to be or go to get things. I would say staff was not welcoming or friendly by any stretch. Not sure we will return again. - Matt7571
May 2018 - $48.00
I really like it hear, it is a nice little campground with a pool and splash pad. Office staff was great each and every time we entered the store. Other campers were very friendly an nice which always makes it nice. Being a holiday weekend we found the place to be very quiet which was great. Also our pull through site was very large, long and wide with bushes between sites. On the negative side for us, maybe not everyone, there is little to no cell service in the area and we know this going in. When this situation happens we rely on WiFi and cable. Unfortunately not all full hook up sites have cable and the cable sites were taken when we booked back in Feb. The WiFi was weak and not working for a good paper of the weekend. They told us at checkin that it would be slow since the park was full. If any one of these three were available it would have been better. My wife said on the way home that there are enough great campground with all three so she will not be in a rush to return which is too bad since it is a nice place otherwise. - Happy Camper X2
Aug 2017 - $48.00
This was our first stay here and will not be our last. From check in to the end of our stay we truly enjoyed this campground. We had a site that backed to the brook and the brook led to a river. It is a very quiet, quaint place. It was very peaceful and beautiful. The owners were very nice and they kept the place clean and quiet. We saw one or two patrols at night but there was not much for them to do as everyone was quiet. We were able to enjoy the heated pool which really hit the spot and we also went blueberry picking just down the street. They offer various activities throughout the weekend for those who want to participate. There are a few seasonal's here but they are kind off off on their own in 2 locations of the campground. We checked out the bathrooms to find they were very modern and clean. Our site was plenty large enough and all the connections worked well and were placed in a great location to be used. We enjoyed our stay and will return as there is plenty to do in the area. - Happy Camper X2
Jul 2013 - $41.00
Very nice place, very friendly staff. Has a couple of playgrounds, one near us on the sites near the river. Extra stuff for the kiddies - the Mining Adventure and panning for gems, a pool and a splash pad. Lots were a wee bit small on the river but staff had talked to us ahead and were very helpful in their recommendations for a site big enough for our trailer. - SharonW.
Jun 2008 - $37.00
As with all my reviews I like to qualify my taste in campgrounds because that tends to influence your rating significantly. I love woodys shady sites with lots of privacy so if your a RV resort concrete slab pave road type of camper this is not the campground for you. But if your like me and like the woods and the feeling of being out in the deep woods sitting around the campfire this place is AWESOME ! The campground is very small and very basic no fluff here. There is a beautiful rambling brook that splits the campground down the middle on one side is the tenting area. The tenting area is one of the best I've ever seen. Beautiful large VERY private sites, many that run along the river. If your into riverside "deep woods feeling" type of tenting this is the place. There are really no activities to speak of they do have a excellent basketball court and a basic mini-golf and small playground BUT if your into hiking they have an excellent hiking area that gives you beautiful outlooks and there is tons of hiking in the area as well. Lots of other tourist attracts close by too. Majority of the sites are small rig type of sites there are a few that can handle larger units up to 35'. We camped in a 35' 5th wheel right on the brook electric and water no sewer. The site was beautiful, quiet, private, nice round stone fireplace, and the sound of water running over the rocky riverbed all day and night. If you looking a for a nice quiet relaxing place this is it, nothing fancy just nature. The store was small and provided basic needs. The bathroom was rustic but clean. One glaring negative, the dumpstaion is on the wrong side so you have to navigate a u-turn to dump then again to leave. I don't quite understand why the don't rectify that situation. We will definitely be back,its an excellent quiet relaxing campground for just hanging out or using as a base for all the fun things to do in the area. - Quint
Jul 2007 - $33.00
The website and its description of the campground is quite misleading. The brook was stagnant as was the thickly weeded pond, so swimming was not an option. They had a new basketball court and mini golf course. My children, both under 6, were not allowed to use the mini golf. The rec room was closed during posted open hours. Bathroom facility although clean was very small with two toilets and two shower stalls. We stayed one night of our planned three. Management did refund our money for the other two nights. - Lucas874
Sep 2017 - $42.00
Nice quiet campground, clean restrooms although a little lacking in privacy. One stall in the men's room is right beside the urinal, a bit awkward. Very strict about camp rules, campground security comes around regularly reminding about quiet hours and asking visitors to move their cars outside the campground. Very strict about one car per site. The sites themselves are tight and wooded, so the one car per site is understandable, just felt that the message could have been delivered in a more friendly demeanour. Otherwise the staff was very helpful. I was grateful the site across from ours was vacant, made it a lot easier to move my vehicle and camper around when setting up. The campground is very pretty, the river going through it is quite nice. The roads through the campground are narrow and twisty, we only saw one spot marked as One Way, otherwise I'm glad we didn't meet another vehicle. No wifi but we had one bar of LTE coverage through AT&T so we were not completely cut off. Cannot complain about the location, so much to see and do right in that area. - bknjohnson
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Site was a little tight for a pop-up, good size for a tent. River sites looked great. Beautiful atmosphere, but lacked privacy I thought. Also, I liked how Fransted campground had wood chips on the sites compared to Lost River that was all dirt (bringing more mess in the camper), but that's camping I guess! Not a deal breaker, just less convenient. Was crowded on the weekend, will stay mid-week next stay. Our son liked the small game room, had a few electronic games, pool table and air hockey. Bathrooms and showers were clean but charged $.25 for 5 min (no big deal). A lot of families there so it would be a comfortable place for young kids to ride bikes and make friends. Would recommend to friends. Staff was very friendly and helpful. - The Fergs
Jul 2015 - $41.00
The ownership sticks like glue to their policies no matter what emergency event may occur. Their 14 days advanced notice of cancellation policy means you will pay for every day that you reserved, even if you have a roadside emergency and call24 hours in advance. Your loss is their gain.
Plan to pay Big $bucks for a guest if you have one (the park fee is for two adults only) extra guest(s) are not allowed to drive their vehicle into the park to your site. No discounts for guests arriving after 6pm.
The area is convenient to local attractions but there is no cell phone reception or wifi.
The park is quiet, family friendly and the facilities are adequate. - Ritzigal
Sites: 25 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Oct 2006 - $17.00
This is another National Forest campground in the White Mountains to the west of the village of Lincoln. It fills up in the summer on weekends, but when we were there in the fall 2006, there was only one other camper midweek and the host was not there. It costs about $17 a night and half for golden age. It has bathrooms but no showers or hookups. Across the street the Ammonoosuc River runs by and it is a pretty walk and picnic area. You can see the Mts. on a clear day. It is a quiet campground. We did not see any wildlife but moose have been spotted here often. All of these National Forest campgrounds are on a self-pay system so make sure you have the exact change to put into the envelope. - gsnakehill
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Great place if you want to retire. I don't know what's louder the campers or the crickets. It's lights out at 8:30....pretty awesome. - Scooby1
Jun 2015 - $25.00
We first chose Pine Haven because of the location to most of what north New Hampshire had to offer. It is about a 45 minutes to an hour drive to many of the great sites. First off, this is a campground and not a resort, so if you are looking for resort style camping, this is not for you. What you do get is a wonderfully run campground by some wonderful people. We had planned on staying two weeks but extended two more weeks to have some work taken care of at Camping World. We looked at five other campgrounds closer to Camping World, but none of them were as nice as Pine Haven.
The owners take amazing pride of Pine Haven and it spreads to all the people that stay there. The seasonal campers are by far the nicest group of people we have met since we started full time traveling six months ago. The sites are large, private, and well shaded. Water and electric were ideal, Wi-Fi had some issues, but being taken care of by the staff. There was minimal cell service for Verizon so several times we had to drive a few minutes down the road so our calls wouldn't drop (obviously not something controlled by the campground, just an FYI). Bath houses are old but clean, laundry is in a covered porch, needs to be updated and has cold water only.
There are events for children and adults, which usually have great turnouts. It is very quiet, even when fully booked during the 4th of July weekend. Typical noise during the day, no disturbances at all, and completely peaceful at night. If you plan on coming here for a weekend party blowout, go somewhere else.
The nightly rate is based on a monthly rate for our stay. If we return to New Hampshire next summer, we will definitely return to Pine Haven. - pfogleboch
Aug 2014 - $36.00
This campground is a hidden gem among the campgrounds in NH. It is clean, fun, and friendly. There is much to do in this area and discover. You could hike in Tenney mountain area or shop in local antiques or bargains. If you care to travel a little the White Mountain attraction are not far. Your hosts/owners are gracious and more than helpful for all your needs or information. Sites are level and more wooded with w/e hookups at river. We stayed in a pop-up. - Hargus
Oct 2018 - $65.00
There are a couple reason this place doesn't get a higher grade. For one, there's a $5 charge for a tow vehicle, and $5 charge per dog, the dog park closes at dusk, which in four plus years of travel, we've never run into before. The space our 22 foot RV is in barely fits the RV let alone the vehicle we have. We almost had to park the car with part of it in the road. It is essentially unless you are tent camping or in the cabins, a parking lot with a couple trees spread throughout. There are also very few lights around the lot which makes walking to the bathhouse or walking the dogs at night hard, dangerous and a little worrisome. The bathhouse has lights but the path to it does not. They also have let their camp Golden Retriever, who seems very nice, wander the mini golf section alone and unminded, without a visible collar. I could not find a handicap entrance for the bathhouse. There were 2 steps up and no easy way to do it with a wheelchair. I do not have one right now but I might in the future so I am not pleased. The Wi-Fi is, like every other KoA we've ever been in, is spotty and the connection can be very slow making loading email a little rough and we are here on the tail end of the season in a pretty empty park. [Note: Tent and Cabin sites are more wooded, and private] Now, there are some nice things: The bathrooms are very clean, at least in October, and very, very nicely done with hot water and a good amount of it. There is a trail, (though it's a little hard to find!) that leads to the River and a pond. The trail isn't "Easy" it is downhill and a little steep, but it was well worth the hike. The trail leads to the pond then to the river where there is plenty of places to take pretty photos from. Those are the only real positives, however. - NewYorkCountryGirl
Sep 2018 - $80.00
This is a great park even with the high cost. We had a deluxe premium site which is the only site we could get over Labor Day weekend. We loved the site and were very glad we spent the extra money. The site is larger than a normal site with a paved patio with your own gas grill and very nice fire pit. This park has it all if you have kids but things were so well spread out and well organized that you just could sit back and watch the activities without feeling overwhelmed by kids. Everything was so clean and well taken care of and staff was extremely friendly. My only negative would be the roads were very dusty in the park. We would definitely return. - bolljl
Aug 2018 - $56.00
This is a "Destination" KOA so be prepared for lots of kids having a wonderful time. Personally we enjoy seeing kids out of doors having fun rather than head down in an electronic device, but they can be noisy. I have no problem with that. What I did have a big problem with was the inflatable jump pad at this campground. If you find yourself in a campsite at the south end of the property, the turbo-fans that keep the jump pad inflated will make you crazy with their constant whine. It is impossible to sit outside and enjoy a quiet afternoon with that thing running. A very simple solution would be for the campground to build an enclosure around the fans. This would attenuate the noise significantly. Unfortunately, when I suggested this to one staff member I was politely told, "That ain't going to happen." Too bad, because it cost them points in my review. Othewise our stay here was just fine. Our site was level and nicely shaded. All utilities worked well including the WiFi which I am usually critical of. There is lots to see and do in the area. Hiking trails abound in the White Mountains. Or if you feel like taking a nice scenic drive, take a trip across the Kancamagus Highway, Rt 112 east out of Lincoln, HN, just up the road. It's a lovely drive. I suppose we would stay here again, if they fix the turo-fan problem. - Airstreamers
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Terrible campsites -- lumpy, un-level sites with too many big trees in the way meant it took us 15 minutes of backing, pulling forward, backing, etc. to finally get near our electrical hook-up. There are very few sites with working 30-amp breaker boxes for connection to campers (several 30-amp breaker boxes did not work), but there are lots of tent sites with only a single 120-volt outlet (that cannot connect to a camper). There is good water pressure in the bath house, but very old & dirty showers. - luminary110
Jul 2011 - $50.00
"Rustic" is the key word here. Bathrooms are available but could use an update. Pay showers. Wooded sites are close together - we had a tent site who's fire looked directly into our site (awkward). Quiet hours are not enforced. The swimming is in a swimming hole. Literally. It is cold and refreshing but you won't be doing laps here anytime soon. Owners seems nice, but also seem a little overwhelmed. Stayed here 4 nights due to location. - mskalar
Jul 2005 - $26.00
Note, the owners, who are very friendly and welcoming, purchased the property a few years ago and are working on renovating this campground (which also includes typical 50's style cottages). Unfortunately for us RVers, they are targeting the work at the cottages first. Regarding computer access, they will allow you to use their computer at the office -- or if you have a Ethernet cablet you can connect to their modem (but note, there doesn't seem to be any place to put your laptop to work from). Note: They do provide an area in the pond for swimming, I was told it was clean but cold. The bathroom facilities while clean, could use some work to spruce things up. It's nice to be able to walk from the campground into North Woodstock (and with a little more effort and energy into Lincoln). The location of the campground provides easy access to many of the attractions and scenic drives in the Franconia Notch area. While we had a wonderful time there, we will not likely go back until they have renovated the campground area itself. - PJinNH
Sep 2018 - $28.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 3 nights in a site for big rigs. Many of the sites next to us were level but most pads lacked gravel. If it had rained our grass pad would have been a mud pit and we would not have been able to get out. Is it that hard to put a little gravel down on the dirt? Our satellite did not work here (to many large trees to get reception). If you are looking for a quiet and clean park where you can sit outside and relax... go here. We enjoyed our stay and would go back. - JDC10
Jul 2018 - $29.00
Traveling in a Roadtrek. Only staying one night, July 2. Due to July 4th holiday, nearby KOAs were full or requiring multiply nights stay. We got a delightful site right on the duck pond, with a brook flowing directly through the campground. (Duck food dispenser at pond.) We got lost twice while traveling and campground host was extremely helpful and friendly with directions and suggestions. Of 20 or so campgrounds we visited on this trip, this was the most enjoyable. If visiting again, I wouldn't stay anywhere else! - Keith from Lakeland Florida
Sep 2016 - $32.00
Kitschy park. Quaint and comfortable. We stayed in the newer section due to the size of our rig. Although muddy, it served the purpose and the location was primo. Friendly staff, check out the cute decorations around the campground. Would stay here again. - Maltaman
Jun 2017 - $48.00
We stayed in a 40 ft motorhome. Our first site, #4 was not level enough for us to get level. However, the campground owner was very helpful and gave us options to choose from. We chose site#2 which was by the river and had no problem leveling. Had a lot of rain and the roads and sites drained well. Scenic half hour drive to Mt Washington. Cable reception was good but Verizon was weak in the entire area. We would stay there again. - Jim and Susan
Sep 2016 - $42.00
This is a lovely CG which seems to be a new section of a larger existing CG. (since the office was closed I don't really know) It is located right on the Connecticut River and many of the sites look out onto the river and trees (and mountains on the other side of the river). There are brand-new full hook-ups, cable, and even wi-fi that works. There is a store (closed). For an overnight stop near the White Mountains, this is ideal. There are some seasonals but everything is very tidy and well-kept. The roads are perfectly paved and the gravel sites are level. - virginianola
Jul 2016 - $48.00
My family stayed four nights in a lovely full hook-up site that backed onto a wooded hill. The campground is ATV-friendly, and sometimes they were noisy, but most riders were courteous. During the Fourth of July celebration many campers were rowdy long, long after quiet hour. The views of the mountains from the campground were fantastic, and the drive down the hill to the campground was breath-taking. We also liked watching the Connecticut River flow by. Nature's beauty abounds in this campground and its locality. - FADV