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29 Pine St, Hinsdale, NH 03451-2435
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Rayla N wrote a review Aug 2019
Randolph, Massachusetts13 contributions2 helpful votes
Tranquil, quiet, nice relaxing site with 2 camper rental options great for families with small children, 10 mins from town clean nice family owned property big site but there are black bears pretty big
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
vermontgirl2015 wrote a review Jul 2018
Newport, Vermont48 contributions14 helpful votes
Upon arriving, we discovered this campground is atop a hill, so we made the climb hauling a 33 ft camper only to discover there was worse waiting for us at the top. We had asked when making the reservation if they have pull through sites, gues we should've been more specific and asked if we could book one. They did have them but we didn't get one. The pool wasn't open and it was incredibly hot that weekend, big disappointment for the kiddos who do not care about water temp anyway! Parties all night long prevented us from sleeping. People across from us checked out and left garbage all over their site, we advised management and nothing was done about it for two days! Why animals didn't get into it is beyond me! Upon checkout, the dumpsters were puking garbage into the road, when are these emptied??! Won't be back. And get this... owners must've thought we loved the place, two weeks after staying there received a thick packet (application for seasonal) not happening!!!
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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susan r wrote a review Oct 2017
Poughkeepsie, New York51 contributions14 helpful votes
We booked in August for our October visit. Requested full hookup for a 27 foot camper. We were not asked our email and received no conformation but money was taken from our credit card. When we arrived we were told to drive around back and pull thru the site. There were trees there so that was a mistake. My husband has driven tractor trailers his entire life. It took him about 8 tries to get into the site. Had to jackknife to get in. The streetlights ( never worked) on all sites were in the way. We opened our slide out and pine tree branches were brushing against the windows. My husband went to complain twice with no results. We also had no sewer on the site. We had site P6, we found out later the P sites are for pop up campers. I wrote and asked them after we got home why they would do this, why not just tell us in August they were full so we could go elsewhere and enjoy our trip, and they never responded. When we wanted to leave, had to knock on other campers doors to ask them to move their vehicles so we could get out. Run away from this place
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Date of stay: October 2017Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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mikebD4922VO wrote a review Jul 2017
Henrietta, New York13 contributions2 helpful votes
As a campground this isn't a bad place. The sites were OK, water pressure and electric power were also good. It's a nice location to explore Brattleboro, VT from. But on Friday & Saturday all bets are off. The seasonal weekend warriors arrive with their ATV's, straight-piped bikes, and loud partying until well after midnight. Lots of barking dogs, no enforcement of camp rules, and cars parked everywhere. I had a chat with one of the full-time seasonal campers and he also stated this was an ongoing issue. Our assigned site was still occupied when we arrived at 4:00PM, and when we left at 9:00AM there was no one in the office to turn in our satellite box. A call to the "24 hour" number resulted in an answering machine.
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
MammaMilty wrote a review Jul 2017
Northfield, Massachusetts2 contributions3 helpful votes
Everything was amazing! Clean, affordable, quiet, great activities! We were here for 4th of July weekend and not only did they have activities planned all weekend, they even had a free fireworks show, and a great potluck dinner poolside. What a great group of people. Definitely a well kept secret in this nicely tucked away campground. They even have the atv trails that lead right into the campground for your motorized fun, or to hike or bike. If I were to have 1 complaint it would be that the satellite service was very spotty, but we rarely watched TV anyway.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Traveled with family
United StatesNew HampshireHinsdale
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hinsdale Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Hinsdale Campground?
Nearby attractions include Madame Sherri Forest (4.6 miles), Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (4.3 miles), and Delectable Mountain Cloth (4.4 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Hinsdale Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Peter Havens Restaurant, T. J. Buckley's, and Three Stones - Oxppel Tunich.
Are there any historical sites close to Hinsdale Campground?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Ashuelot Covered Bridge (4.8 miles).