26 Parks near Concord, Vermont
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a small and well managed resort: lovely setting, lots of trees, spacious and level sites, well maintained, heated swimming pool, large and lovely playground, onsite restaurant (with good food) and a well-stocked pub, great staff, new and comfortable bathrooms. Lots of free stuff for kids of all ages: basketball (with different height hoops), horseshoes, shuffleboard, a pool table, etc. No cable and our Verizon cell phones did not work most of the time but the WiFi was almost always OK. Folks in the office are lovely and caring people. We loved the place and wish we had brought more family along. We will return! - Mom_of_Two
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Quiet campground at the time we were there. Mostly seasonals that are immaculately kept. Beautiful grounds. Clean, heated pool. Very well maintained. Dog friendly. We would stay here again. - sbradley
Sep 2013 - $30.00
WIFI only available close to the office is the only reason we did not give this campground a perfect 10. Everything else was absolutely excellent. We had a large pull-through site that was easy to navigate. Every evidence that the owners really care about the place and their guests. All was neat and tidy. Utilities all worked fine. Owners were most friendly and helpful, providing great tourist info and local knowledge. About 7 miles off the thruway, the location beside the river was perfect - quiet and calm. Location was ideal for us, just north of the main tourist areas - Mt Washington, the Notches, Bretton Woods, the Conways. We would definitely return here. - User2918
Sep 2012 - $35.00
This is a delightful campground with very helpful and friendly management. It is located a few miles out of Concord and is very quiet. The sites are large, and there is grass and trees between you and your neighbor. There is gravel at each site, and it was the most level place we have been. We took a factory tour of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, visited a creamery, and bought cheese, and visited the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe. We recommend this RV park highly and will go back and stay longer the next time. - rolling homeless
Sep 2016 - $36.00
This is a beautifully maintained park in a location excellent for exploring Vermont. We were right up against Moose River, which was lovely. Wifi was generally strong until after breakfast, when the entire park was probably trying to access it. We spent 3 nights here. The owners have created a couple of super-handy guides to the area -- what to see, where to find the grocery store, etc., that we haven't seen anywhere else in our 26-state trip. The only downside to this park-- and the only reason it didn't get a rare 10 from me-- is the logging operation across the street. They start up around 6 a.m. and operate all day, turning what could be a perfectly peaceful RV park into one with a lot of background noise. It beats a nearby highway or train any day, though, as they do stop at the end of the work day and it is super quiet here at night. - beckydmc
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Excellent park for touring the local area. Very nice back in and pull through sites. On site staff are fantastic. In fact, the owners provide you with a typewritten tour of the area called the bellyache tour, which traverses a lot of the sugar houses, cider spots, hikes, covered bridges and other fun things in the area. - Ron and Terri
Sep 2016 - $40.00
This is a really nice little park, the owners are extremely friendly and welcoming. This was our first time here, and we loved the place. We do not have children, and camped here with another couple. If you have children, this is not the place for you - there is nothing for them to do, no pool, no game room, no children's activities. The campground was quiet and very clean. They had a group bonfire with live entertainment on both Saturday and Sunday nights of Labor Day weekend, as well as a pot luck Roast Beef dinner on Saturday. Cannot wait to camp here again ! - mtn_bikers
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Was here with a group of 4 rigs. New owner. A lot of work has been done.
Nice pool and playground. Very wide sites. Cable TV with the networks in High Definition. Good, fast, 6.7 Mbps, wi-fi. 1 hour per day free. Small charge for additional hours. In 3 full days, I never got cut off. What some have posted as "seasonal" are actually people that live one to two hours away and they come in with their kids for the weekend. We arrived at noon Sunday and of the 3 semi-permanent by us, only one was in use. The gravel road is only 1/2 mile and they age keeping it graded and it was wider than I expected.
CONS: No Verizon phone service, but good Verizon data card service. Satellite service limited. Best sites for satellite service are; W2-W9 and 83-86. Sites down the hill can be tight for larger rigs. (9-80)
The gravel road is only 1/2 mile and they age keeping it graded and it was wider than I expected.
We would stay here again. If the pictures I will try to post show up, you can see how wide the sites are and what the playground looks like. - johnwadams
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Shower had no hot water. Showers are a quarter for six minutes...of really cold water. Other campers' personal items all over the place, from underwear to opened bottles of shampoo. Just not enough attention to the bathrooms on a regular basis. Campsite had a picnic table so old it was rotten and all green. Ground so hard you bent the metal tent pegs to put tent up. Most of the campground is wooded, very tall old pines, and most of it on a slope. Old worn out bumpy roads going in. Office area and playground areas were fine. - FishingMan1
Aug 2013 - $42.00
A very well managed park. The owners are extremely helpful with any problem. Restrooms and showers are spotless. Sites are very large, wooded and private unless you want one of the open sites near the office. Access is a bit tedious on a narrow winding roadway leading to a long dirt road access to the campground. Interior roads can pitch up and down sharply in keeping with the mountainous terrain, but are well maintained and easily accessible by even a very large rig as long as you do it slowly. We camped there for two weeks. - RVRovers
Sep 2016 - $80.00
Everything has a dollar value attached to it. "Make your own sundae" night was $5.00! A small bundle of wood was very expensive at $6.50 a bundle (bring your own kiln wood) it's cheaper! Lots to do for children, not much for adults except rest. - Mazman55
Aug 2016 - $66.00
The CG is in northern NH and about 20 miles off the interstate, but the roads to the campground are good enough. Roads inside the campground are gravel and sites are gravel; some are quite level and others have a bit of a slope. We drive a 45ft MH and were towing a car and were able to get to our site with the car on, but we would not try it that way again. The internal roads are tight when the campground is busy as most campers have to park their cars in a way that makes the travel lane pretty narrow. If we were to use this CG again, we would take the car off before we got there and at that, getting to the site would still be pretty tight. We had a back-in site at the back of the campground and it was plenty roomy for us and nicely spaced from the next camper. The campground was full of families having a great time on a hot summer weekend: using the pool and the little lake for swimming. There seems to be lots of activities for children in the campground. Utilities worked well and were placed well. Wifi worked well, despite the campground being full. We did not use the public restrooms, showers, or laundry room. - LvR
Jun 2016 - $70.00
I have been coming to this campground since 2007. Every year there are upgrades and improvements. The pervious summer the owners added two water slides and enlarged the swimming pool. I had a premium site which overlooks the lake on the property. The lake allows swimming, fishing, kyacking, paddle boats. The campground is very well maintained and the owners and family are very friendly and helpful. There are several new cottages on the lake side of the campground too. This is by far my favorite campground ever and why I return year after year. It is truly a very family friendly campground with activity for children including a wagon ride around the park. There is a mixture of sites in the open and some more secluded sites with plenty of shade. The back side of the campground is a bit more hilly and roads are easy to navigate. They always have fireworks on the lake on the 4th of July. This is a gem in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. - Camper Jay
Jun 2016 - $46.00
This is a lovely park and it appears that many or most of the campers are seasonal. They have a miniature golf course, heated swimming pool, tennis courts, shuffleboard, general store, and much more. We were impressed. Like other transient campers we were parked in the open at the top of the hill near the swimming pool. It site was okay but not nearly as nice as other locations. Wonderful trails for walking. It was a very pleasant stay. - ArkansasTraveler
Oct 2015 - $42.00
This is a seasonal RV park and caters to those customers. It was a great park for us to stage at to visit the area. Our site was on the hill behind the office and appeared to be for those who were staying overnighing for a few days. The site was too small for the 42 foot RV and it was hard backing into the site. Some of the staff can by and were very friendly and helpful. - JR 108
Oct 2015 - $42.00
We were here the end of the season and the park was very quiet for our entire 3 night stay. We had a level, full hookup, pull-thru site which was very long with adequate space between us and the RV next to us. The section we were in appeared to be mainly for "over-night" visits and was out in the open compared to the majority of the park which was under the trees with back-in sites. - BandPS
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This is a very nice KOA located next to a river. Gravel roads and pad with lots of grass. Escort to site and help backing into site. Everything you would expect at a good KOA. Nice shade. Path to the river. On Saturday Night they were sold out and alot of tenters which produced slow and intermittent wi-fi and lots of campfires. Between the road noise and the campfire smoke we had to sleep with the windows closed and AC on a beautiful night in New Hampshire. - lyzzards
Oct 2015 - $45.00
This is a lovely small park situated alongside of The Ammonoosuc River. The sites are level with roads and sites compacted gravel. Good sized grass areas between sites with picnic table and fire ring. Plenty of space to accommodate our 36ft 5th wheel and tow truck and big rigs. It is an ideal location for visiting the delightful town of Littleton and shops and the beautiful White Mountain area. Cable TV and excellent Wifi play area and pool. It is also alongside of route 302 which didn't bother us at all, it is busy during the day but quiet at night. This is a very good KOA, we are finding it hard to find them recently so a refreshing change. We certainly recommend. - Harris England
Aug 2014 - $70.00
What you expect from a KOA. Staff was especially attentive and keep a very clean campground. Park adjacent to river, which is great for wading/fishing/tubing. Camp store could use a wider variety of items. We would definitely stay here again. - McNamara's Band
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 2016 - $40.00
The dryer was broken, the site was sand and the sewer bubbled over at our site. There are several permanent trailers, RVs that need to be removed, and cleaned up.
The river has very little water just a small place to swim. The power went out at our site 3 times. It's very hard to drive thru and park. The staff is wonderful and the owner did give us a discount to stay: $40.00 a night for 3 nights. - Sabrina421960
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is an older campground. Only electric we could see was 20 amp. Since the campground is close to the White Mountains, this isn't all that bad, but could be at least 30 amp. Most sites are fairly level, but all are grass and our 15,000# fiver sunk in a bit. Store is good and facilities are clean. While sites are close together, they had few here so there was no crowding at all. - Walt Bennett
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Very nice and clean campground. Tenants are really nice. Sites are beautiful and private. very clean. Showers are nice and private. It is close from everything. Market, hiking trails etc.
We highly recommend this campground. - Galaf25
Sep 2015 - $49.00
Overpriced , but this seems to be the custom in the east. Campground was very nice and would stay there again. This looks like a family campground that has a running creek that kids can get an inner tube and safely float the creek. Its for young children and water is about 2' deep. - johnmackxx
Jul 2015 - $50.00
I cannot say enough good things about this fantastic place. A gorgeous family-run campground with tons of activities for children and families. Friendly, helpful staff. Depending on your preference, you could have a wooded, private site or park in a well-maintained grassy field closer to other campers. The bathrooms were immaculate. The putt-putt course was well maintained and new looking. They offered a safe, modern playground, a basketball court, horseshoes, ladder ball, etc. My children were so excited by the shallow float path set up on the stream that flows through the campground. We also enjoyed exploring the lovely hiking trail off the back of the campground. We also appreciated the fun, organized activities such as "Halloween in July" and "Candybar Bingo." I could see us coming back here again and again. - Family0HappyCampers