The sites are a little close together but this is a great location to stay if you are going to Santa's Village or Six Gun City or one of the new water parks in New Hampshire. It has a mini-golf course and a water slide next door.
I would stay here again. It has mini-golf, 2 pools, tennis courts, hiking trails, fishing pond, shuffleboard. Good location for travel to the Northeast Kingdom. They do charge for the WIFI access, though. $5 per day
I would never, ever stay at this park again. It was my worst camping experience ever! It has a soybean field next to it (which they conveniently fail to mention on their website) and the farmer was spreading manure on the field while we were here. I grew up on a farm and a little manure smell doesn't bother me, but this was way more than any camper should have to put up with! Not to mention the flies. They were all over the place. You couldn't even sit outside it was so annoying. Again, I have camped a lot in the past and am used to bugs and flies camping, but nothing like this!!! The office staff was totally incompetent. There were mushrooms growing out of the bathroom floor. During this trip we had an unexpected emergency with our 11 year old daughter which required a 3 night hospital stay. We need to add an additional night to our planned stay as we needed to wait until she was well enough to travel. Even though the campground was only at about 20% capacity, they made us move our camper to another site for that one night! The previous managers of the campground had left the day before and the new managers that arrived did not have a clue! I contacted the KOA association and the Jonestown Campground and told them how disappointed I was with our stay. I asked to be given a voucher for a future stay since this was a terrible, terrible experience. I received a reply to my first email to them, but the second one that asked for a voucher was never answered. Don't stay here!