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Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $40.00
Fantastic spot; lots of swimming pools and an adult hot tub. People are very friendly and staff are excellent. The WiFi is very good and the cable TV is great. You are only half hour from Concord and Manchester and golf courses are nearby. A great campground and we will be back next year. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $23.00
As fulltimers here to visit family, this was a convenient stop with 6 pools to keep kids and adults entertained. Very attractive entrance and common areas. This is a weekenders place, but in June was very quiet during the week. But in the land of the tall pines, we had one of only a few sites with satellite access - and it was through trees so signal was very weak. Had to use their cable regularly and it was very decent. Wi-Fi varied from very poor to totally unusable. And Verizon signal was almost non-existent. Rate reflects monthly stay. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $75.00
Well kept sites with plenty for kids to do. Restrooms were cleaned several times daily. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $56.00
Really big money, and it's mostly for the many seasonals. Someone told us 300 out of 400 of the sites are seasonal. One adult pool, two kid pools, one spa - all very clean and nice during the summer. Since we were there so late, the adult pool wasn't usable as it was too cold. Lots of rules, and they "security" folks take their job seriously. Very busy during the weekend, dead after that. It was nice, clean, big. Make sure to drive to Goffstown up the road, cute town. Sully's Market in Goffstown is the bomb. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $40.00
An incredible campground. A gem. We traveled down from Nova Scotia, and we always stay here. The place is spotless, the pools are fantastic, the staff is friendly, and the location is great. I am sitting here now in the campground writing this review. If you want a beautiful spot to camp, you should come here. Awesome. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $45.00
We liked it here very much. They even blow the dirt off the streets. Site are large and level. We had a stream behind us which was very nice. We walked around to see if there was another area we would like to be in, but we think we had the best site in the place. Activites going on all the time. They don't bother you about your fire. Pool area was really nice. Piped in music in all the out buildings including the bathrooms. We will return. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $58.00
We've encountered a number of RV Parks that have adopted the name "Resort" without any upgrade of their facilities to justify such a classification. You can't say that about this place; if there is such a thing as an RV Camping Resort, this place defines it. It really has it all, something for everyone in the family, a great place for kids, some very good separate facilities for adults, and obvious good management of the operation. We got exactly what we were looking for, a secluded pull-through in a quiet part of the park, and enjoyed it thoroughly. Can't knock this place; would give it a 10 rating, but we reserve that for places like Seven Feathers in Canyonville, OR that have achieved absolute perfection in RV park design and operation. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $54.00
We really enjoyed this campground! We were way up near the top where it was mostly well maintained seasonals. Everyone was friendly. We had a great pull through site with full hook ups. Internet and cable TV worked great. Good W/E. Lots of trees for privacy. Sites were spacious. I did see that sites down closer to the pools were closer together and I would hate to be in the group section as they were extremely close. It was family weekend and they sold hot dogs, popcorn, soda, water and popsicles all for a quarter apiece. Ice cream was good and reasonable price. First campground I have been to where people were actually using the horseshoes, basketball, etc. Nice looking playground. Loved the adults only pool. There were a lot of golf carts, but after walking up and down that hill a few times, I could see why you would want one. The only thing I didn't like was the congestion at the entrance: RV's arriving, bikes, pedestrians, golf carts all crowded together. I do like the rule that bikers have to walk their bikes through that area, and the security guard did stop them if they forgot. Overall, a great experience and I will definitely go back. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $53.00
This review is in response to a review posted in May. I happen to be a recent entry seasonal. As a weekender in the past, I've found this to be the best campground in southern NH with much research. Regarding golf carts buzzing around, this is such a large campground it would be difficult getting around without one and most seasonals have them. I must say some people abuse the rules but if caught will loose golf cart privileges after 2 warnings. Golf carts are not allowed on the beach, and are not allowed to be driven over 10 miles per hour and must give way to cars and bikes. There are many rules and at least 4 security guards on duty at all times, keeping this campground enjoyable for most. So if your looking for a campground that's quiet when it should be with tons of activities (till 10 PM) for the kids and adults, this is the place. My son told me 2 hours after arrival he had met 14 kids his age (13) already.I almost forgot, this place has to have the cleanest bathrooms I've ever seen This IS "the most fun campground in New Hampshire". Happy camping!!! We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $50.00
The Good: This campground has it all, pools, playground, paved roads, store, restaurant, good service and different activities. Most sites are good but like any other campground has some bad sites too. Clean bathrooms and showers. The Bad: Rules are not enforced and camping etiquette does not exist among the campers. People cutting through sites, cars parked all over the place, no security enforcement of the rules, basic free for all. Adults there get drunk and let their kids run wild throughout the park again without a word. Parents leaving their kids at the park while they go out to drink and party at the local bars. Not only golf carts but jacked up speed machines that fly all over the place well above the speed limit again with no enforcement of the rules, normal carts are not too bad or as fast. A security staff that only drives around in their fire engine golf cart putting fires out at midnight and letting everything else go. Kids still running around past 11:00 curfew because parents are out of the campground. Language, language, language. This campground is not as advertised, family fun. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $52.00
We stayed for two weeks while visiting family in the area. It was quiet, the people who ran the campground were friendly and helpful. There were multiple pools which was great for families with little ones. We will stay here again when in the area. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $50.00
My comments are just about the same as so many other visitors. The campground is beautiful and full of amazing activities throughout the day. My kids loved the other children and never wanted us to leave. The owners have spent a lot of money to make the grounds and facilities look awesome. Unfortunately, the security officers had to "talk" to the children more then once because they thought they heard someone laugh or having fun, which appears to be strictly forbidden unless your a drunk employee or seasonal camper. The security staff didn't want to hear any comments or excuses from the kids. Instead, they just took pleasure in acting like playground bullies. Just like so many other reviewers, we found the campground overrun by golf carts. They have very strict rules posted about the speed limits but the biggest offender seemed to be an employee flying by in a purple cart. We had to constantly tell our kids to make sure they peaked around the side of the camper before heading out into the road just in case he was coming along. There is no way he would be able to stop if a child ran out into the street. Of course, what kid is thinking about golf carts when they're camping? As others have said, this campground is run by the seasonal campers who pull in on Friday afternoon and then proceed to drink until Sunday afternoon, all while their children are fending for themselves eating every meal at the camp store or another campers site. I've witnessed mothers performing erotic, intoxicated dances with other women at the "family" dances and I watched parents drive golf carts into each other after a night of binge drinking. If you enjoy partying and a day-long list of activities then this is a great place. If you're truly looking for a camp resort, where parents play with their kids and the focus is on family bonding/memories then I recommend avoiding this campground. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2010 - $54.00
It's a very nice campground, but the seasonal people bomb around on golf carts excessively. There are golf carts whizzing around constantly, everywhere, all the time. Can't even sit on the beach without worrying about golf carts driving by. Can't walk/bike ride in the campground due to the golf cart traffic. VERY Annoying. Ruins an otherwise great place. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2009 - $52.00
Beautiful campground. The owners have spared no effort to make it interesting and family friendly. Helpful staff. Entrance and exit roads were a bit tricky and confusing, but once you figured them out, they were no problem. We needed an oil change, and nearby Cold Springs RV Center provided prompt, excellent service. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2009 - $37.00
We stayed here for a week while I attended a business meeting in Manchester. I stayed most of the week in the hotel and my wife and 13 year old granddaughter stayed in the motorhome. This is a very nice RV park with a lot of facilities for families including four pools. They are quite expensive at about $50 per day and we paid $258 for the week. The sites are nice with 50 amp, cable and good WiFi which is important to us. We normally wouldn't pay this much because we don't use the family oriented facilities, but, stayed here primarily because we had our granddaughter with us. Unfortunately, it rained every day we were here. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I would recommend it very highly to anyone who has children and wants this type of family campground. We camped at Cold Springs Camp Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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