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Huttopia White Mountains

57 Pine Knoll Rd, Conway, NH 03818-7431
Update from hotel: This property is temporarily closed until 05/13/2021.
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#4 of 13 Specialty lodging in Conway
Huttopia White Mountains is located in the heart of New Hampshire in a superb 50 acres lakefront forest. Stay in our wood and canvas tents and cabins, enjoy our heated swimming pool and Bistro and spend quality time with your loved ones in the Great Outdoors. The ideal basecamp to explore the White Mountains.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Yoga classes
Coffee shop
Children's playground
Public wifi
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Shallow end in pool
Fence around pool
Breakfast available
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Snack bar
Wine / champagne
Water sport equipment rentals
Entertainment staff
Evening entertainment
Table tennis
Board games / puzzles
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Kids pool
Kids' outdoor play equipment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Conference facilities
Meeting rooms
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Gift shop
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
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One Gal E wrote a review Oct 23
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We absolutely loved our experience at Huttopia White Mountains! It’s the perfect location, and there is so much to do on property, and the surrounding area! I love the lakeside location, and we enjoyed swimming and kayaking the whole trip! I highly recommend to anyone considering staying, this place is incredible! Julia
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
Molly wrote a review Oct 23
Epping, New Hampshire1 contribution
We had the best time during our stay here! We stayed in one of the trappeur tents and it had everything we needed. Unlike some of the other glamping spots I've stayed at there was a completely stocked kitchen and instead of a community restroom we had a private one in our tent which we loved. The store at the main office was well stocked with food, beer, firewood, and other camping essentials and the food at the airstream cafe was delicious. The grounds were well kept and absolutely beautiful. I can't speak more highly of our experience here!
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Date of stay: June 2020
Freelance Adventurer wrote a review Oct 22
Exeter, New Hampshire40 contributions
We love camping but traditional tent camping becomes a crap shoot and with small kids, I don’t want to risk freezing in a tent. Hello Glamping!! This is my newest favorite fall activity with my family. Our recent stay at Huttopia White Mountains had all the best parts of family camping but with more comfort and less stress. Our trappeur tent was equipped with electricity, beds, linens, a kitchenette with all the dishes, a bathroom complete with shower and flush toilet, and a heater! Not only that, the first night we arrived late, so instead of cooking, we ordered a pizza from the Airstream camper turned food truck. Sand beach, playground, game room, live music, canoe rentals, and a heated pool made this the perfect retreat. After the weekend, I decided to make this a must-do outdoor fall activity every year!
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
1Nikki_Black wrote a review Oct 15
Boston, Massachusetts72 contributions38 helpful votes
My wife and I spent a long weekend in early September and mid-October, and had interesting experiences during both stays. Location-wise, it is off route 16, not far from the Kangamagus Highway, Mt. Chocorua, North Conway shopping and well as a lovely setting off Iona Lake. Staff - we had pleasant experience with staff. They were always friendly and accommodating. All appeared to wear masks when we interacted with them. The tent - in warmer seasons, the tent is perfect. When we stayed in September, we were comfortable. When we stayed in mid-October, the temperature dropped to 30 degrees at night, and it was miserable. We could not get warm. The heater did not warm the entire tent. It was so difficult to do anything. This isn't anyone's fault, it just the weather. For those looking to stay here, I would pay close attention to the weather, or bring lots of layers, sleeping bags, etc. We had a fire-pit outside the tent, which we took advantage of every night. Sitting next to the fire at night and watching the stars in the sky was the absolute highlight of our stays. Not to mention the sounds of various animals in the distance (Loon, Barred Owl, rooster, etc.) Other - tents were spread apart and depending on who your neighbors were, most nights were quiet. We did have a noisy family next to us that stayed up late (past the 10 pm noise rule). But we dealt with it. We likely would stay here again, if the weather cooperates. This was a great trip to do during Covid-19 times.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Meghan C wrote a review Oct 6
New Haven, Connecticut5 contributions1 helpful vote
Terrifying night in the woods and lack of response from Huttopia staff. We had booked for a mother daughter trip, and ended up cutting our trip short and only staying one night due to safety concerns. We stayed in one of the lakefront tents, and somewhere close to midnight we were startled awake by someone pacing on our deck, men talking amongst themselves and saying "Is anybody in this one?" and then, horrifyingly, the sound of our door rattling. There is a small latch on the inside of the doors that serves as the only way to secure it, and when whoever was prowling around our tent in the dead of night met resistance, they didn't immediately go away. Instead, they started rattling the door, clearly trying to force their way in. After a few moments they finally went away, but we were frozen in shock in our tent. We were terrified, and as two women traveling alone to the mountains for the first time this is obviously not the experience we were hoping for. The next morning, after barely sleeping we went to reception to tell them what had happened and that we did not feel safe staying, so we would be leaving that day. I was not sure if it were the men staying next to us as we heard them (and many others) up partying late at night. The staff at reception told us the men next to us would be checking out that day, so we shouldnt have anything to worry about our second night. I told them that I had no way of knowing if the attempted intruder was with those men, so that in no way changed the fact that we had a terrible experience and did not feel safe staying on site any longer. They seemed shocked at what had occured, but their only response was that if we had an issue at night we could always come to reception and use the emergency phone and someone would respond. First, who in their right mind is going to hike through the woods in the dead of night to get to your reception building and call for assistance after a stranger tried to force their way into their tent? Second, I called the emergency line in the middle of the day when I was trying to leave the key and found reception shut down. No one answered, and instead I ended up with the general Huttopia answering machine which indicated if there was an emergency I could use the phone outside of reception and dial 2. Which is exactly what I had done. If you don't answer your emergency line around 1245 PM, are you really going to be answering your emergency line around 1245 AM? There is no apparent security - no fencing, gates, night time patrols, or guard in the parking areas. You do not receive any security information upon check in except that there is a phone outside of reception to use for emergencies. The emergency line is probably not manned 24/7, if the fact that no one answered it in the middle of the day is any indication. I have no idea who was trying to get in to our tent in the middle of the night. It could have been other guests, or someone from the local community who had wandered into the campground as anyone can come it at any point off the road due to lack of any visible security. What I do know is that this lack of security and care from the staff is what I would expect if I were paying $20 a night to park my own car in between some trees and sleep in my back seat. Not what I am paying $250 a night for something billed as a "glamping" experience. I have written to Huttopia about this and am awaiting a response. In short, spend your hundreds of dollars elsewhere (like one of the nearby mountain lodges) where you can actually get a full night sleep with the peace of mind that there is some security in place and strangers will not try to force entry into your canvas and wood tent in the dead of night.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Response from Huttopia Marketing, Owner at Huttopia White Mountains
Responded 1 week ago
Dear guest, First of all I would like to apologize for the bad experience you had at Huttopia White Mountains. You must have been frightened in the middle of the night and this is really not an usual situation at our property. This is the first time we have had such a problem at Huttopia and that's why our team at the front desk was surprised to hear your story. We are a safe family resort, unfortunately issues such as this one can potentially happen anywhere. Please be aware that the tent closes from the inside with a padlock and has a real door. The walls are still made of canvas just like any other tent site. You might feel safer in a wooden accommodation such as our chalets, or in a permanent hotel. The lakefront tents are a couple of minutes walk from the living center with the emergency phone, but I understand that you didn't want to leave your tent at that time. We have already spoken with you on the phone but I do apologise for the time it took us to reach you. This is not usual for us. Please be advised that we take this incident very seriously and we have a night watchman on the site throughout the weekend, and that you are never fully alone on site. I extend our sincerest apologies once again, I hope you'll give camping another try in the future and that you will have a better experience!
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Pine Knoll Campground
United StatesNew HampshireWhite MountainsConway
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Frequently Asked Questions about Huttopia White Mountains
Which popular attractions are close to Huttopia White Mountains?
Nearby attractions include Kancamagus Highway (3.9 miles), Mount Chocorua (3.4 miles), and Lake Chocorua (4.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Huttopia White Mountains?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, free parking, and kids activities.
Is parking available at Huttopia White Mountains?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Huttopia White Mountains?
Conveniently located restaurants include Almost There Restaurant, Bea's Cafe, and Sweet Maple Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Huttopia White Mountains?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Huttopia White Mountains?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Huttopia White Mountains?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Saco River Covered Bridge (4.7 miles), Albany Covered Bridge (2.6 miles), and Russell-Colbath Homestead (4.0 miles).