Camped here for the first time. We did a 3 day weekend over Memorial Day weekend. Got to my site and noticed right away that majority of the roads and sites had been graded and added a large amount of material. Got to my site and it was very clean. Got the trailer positioned at set up with little use of my leveling blocks. TV was a little odd. Due to the digital change over with Comcast, I brought a box from my house and it worked. If I did not have this box I'm not sure how many channels I would have gotten if any at all. Water pressure was a little low but nothing that was a major issue. The waste system worked with zero issues and looks to be upgraded. Events were very family orientated and fun. The pond was a huge hit for my son. It was clean with a large beach. We did venture to the pool and found it to be about 3 years old and super clean. Overall this one is on my top 5 of places visited.
Wow. With a breath taking view of no less than 7 notches in the White Mountains of NH. I have stayed here twice now. Both times the owners were outstanding. On our first trip an issue with the well stopped the water to our site. In the meantime the owners bent over backwards for us, making sure we had water until the service was restored. Sites have plenty of room in between and are for the most part very level. Highly recommend.
This was a very pleasant surprise for my wife and me. I was working in the area for the weekend. So I booked this little gem of a camp ground because of its location. Right of I-91 the access is great. Very clean site, very quite too. Lots to do for the kids. I would return to this for a nice getaway.
Ok so like most everyone else, I tried to get in to a campground I have been to before, no such luck. So I searched around and did not do my homework. We found OOB Campground on the net and booked it for the weekend in Mid August. I was very surprised to get a site in prime season. Everything was all set. Arrived on Friday did all my registration and as I am about to leave the office the attendant informs me that my 30' travel trailer might not fit! So we drive in and make the loop around. Lot of seasonal sites: odd glares and bad vibes from the campers we drove by. Make it to our site and just had enough room to back in to the fence to make it off the road. Stayed 2 nights total. Spent a total of 6 hours in the campground itself, sleeping and showering only. Very unfriendly to "outsiders." From the 2 or 3 people who did talk to us, the pool is a free for all. No monitoring of who is using it. People from off the street park in the front and just walk right in to the pool area and free load. Another issue about this place is the street access. The driveway is located at the end of I-195 and a merging traffic from Route 1. Was very difficult to get in and out with the volume of cars and the speed that they are traveling. I would NOT stay here again.