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809 State Route 2, Shelburne, NH 03581-3110
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#1 of 4 in Shelburne
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4.7
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Over 100 sites for tenters and RVs. Now offering cabins and rental trailers. Tenting section located away from the RV section to give you the feel of tent camping. Families can stay closer to the popular playground and heated pool. Close to MT Washington, hiking trails. River walk trails are enjoyed by all. Taking this walk will give you beautiful views without leaving the campground.
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Christopher E wrote a review Jun 25
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania40 contributions45 helpful votes
Timberland is a 5 out of 5! So many good things to say. We just camped there this past week and had a fantastic stay. The camp is quite scenic, nestled along the Androscoggin river. The RV sites around us were in tall trees providing good shade and had evergreens between sites giving nice screening and privacy. The camp is large on a big parcel of land, and had some excellent rustic sites for tents. In the woods, There is a walking trail along the river that leads to an opening with Adirondack chairs with a view or the river and meadows across the river. Best of all, Megan and Scott are wonderful camp hosts! They are super friendly and helpful with suggestions and information for restaurants, hikes, and other activities in the area. We enjoyed chatting with them during our stay. I can strongly recommend Timberland Campground and look forward to staying there again
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: You can find good dining in Gotham NH and Bethel ME
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jlynn_2280 wrote a review Oct 2021
Harrington, Maine34 contributions5 helpful votes
Great family oriented campground. Hosts were on site and very helpful. Our site was clean and had all the amenities of home. Pool tables, laundry and shower room available to guests. Walking trails by the river were well maintained and offered a beautiful view of the mountains.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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silentcal23 wrote a review Sep 2021
Springfield, Massachusetts13 contributions3 helpful votes
My first time camping here and I was quite pleased with the experience. My dog and I tented at the far western end of the campground and had nothing but peace and quiet. I highly recommend the river walk. It’s a great place to relax and take in the scenery. Hiking all day, I was quite pleased to return to a 8 minute hot shower that are available. Some places give you a lukewarm dribble shower, Not here! If you want peace and quiet, this is a great place to base your hikes if you are hitting the Mahoosucs or Northern Presidentials. Great stocked camp store as well.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Aline P. wrote a review Sep 2021
Upton, Massachusetts13 contributions6 helpful votes
I was there for the first time with my kids on the week of August 27th. We were there with friends that recommended the place. The kids had the best time ever, we rented a camper, everything was clean and in working order. We needed help with the hot water at some point, the owners were prompt to come over and fix the issue. The grounds are kept clean, the little store they have is very convenient if you forget to bring anything. We were very satisfied with everything, the service was great!
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Date of stay: August 2021
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152aprils wrote a review Aug 2021
41 contributions1 helpful vote
I have been coming to Timberland campground for 6 yrs now. It's a special place for my daughter and I as well as other family. Dave and Laurie truly are great people who feel like our 2nd family up in Shelburne. The campground is peaceful, clean and just perfect. I've stayed at KOA recently which is nice but a total different vibe. It's much more relaxing at Timberland. I enjoy sitting on my porch in my Adirondack chair just enjoying the views. It's quiet and I appreciate the quiet hrs being enforced though I've never experienced any loud partying. The pool is my absolute favorite. It's heated and crystal clear. My daughter has learned to swim up at camp too. The Riverwalk trail is beautiful. The showers in the main building are older but clean and only 50 cents for 8 min. The store is well stocked and we all enjoyed our daily ice cream this past week. I recently stayed in cabin 37 and it was perfect. Dave did a great job on that project! There's a super walmart in Gorham which is only 15 min away. Dunkins is nearby too which is a plus for me. Some people complain about the train but I think it's cool. My last night there I could hear it coming and my aunt and I rushed over to a site where we could see it closer and there were other campers doing the same thing! I look forward to my trip every year. Thank you Laurie and Dave for always being so kind, awesome with the kids and making us feel right at home. If you're looking for a great place to camp check this place out. You won't regret it!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Robin G wrote a review Aug 2021
Dandridge, Tennessee77 contributions1 helpful vote
This campground was like real camping. A lot of sites easy in and easy out, tents sites separately, game room, laundry room and very nice pool. Site 17, 18 and 19 are probably the least favorite sites. We were in 18 and it was very, very close to 17 and 19. The owners were so personable and working hard all the time. We would definitely stay again!
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: About 45 minutes to COG railroad, a must see!
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Leslie B wrote a review Jun 2021
Windham, Maine, United States4 contributions
This was our first visit to Timberland. Lauri and Dave moved us to a different site due to loud neighbors. Which they didn't have to do but glad they did. site was plenty roomy for our camper. Lauri and Dave were very accommodating and understanding when we had a small emergency. Thank you Dave and Lauri for a great stay.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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aanderson81 wrote a review Oct 2020
14 contributions4 helpful votes
I recently stayed at the Timberland campground, and while the campground itself is amazing, there are several MAJOR issues that makes me suggest looking into near by campgrounds such as the National Park Service campgrounds in the area (of which there are several amazing ones) 1) Power - The power at this place is clearly overloaded. On the weekend I was getting warnings that the voltage was in the 95v range (120v service) The National Electric Code states that the lowest permissible voltage is 114 to national code at the furthest part of the line. Below 100v you can start to see damage to electronics and motors as this is a brownout. 2) No tent stakes - The campground didn't burry their water and power lines appropriately, so rather than fix it. They just ban the use of tent stakes. The owners also run the place so one night that a storm came through they even went around telling people they couldn't stake down their awnings or canopies. 3) Train Tracks - There are active tracks literally on the other side of the line of sites (lower sites are even worse as they arent at least elevated) and there are freight trains that come through regularly including all hours of the nights. The tracks are close enough that you can actually feel the rumble as it passes on top of the whistle, engine noise and wheel squealing. 4) Water Damage to Rental Unit - When I stayed I had family staying so I rented one of their rental trailers. The bedroom wall was leaking at the headboard when it rained and there was even a hole in the wall from the water damage and warping. When I let the owner know this they said they didnt think it was leaking anymore. 5) Guest policies - This was really just an insult on top of everything else mentioned. I had rented an electric site AND one of their travel trailers for a mini-family reunion. We had a total of 5 adults across the 2 units and they still charged a guest fee for the stay because ONLY 2 adults per site are allowed. I have yet to come across any other campground with such a restrictive and enforce policy. Its quite sad, like I said, its a charming campground, but between the being woken up jarringly at 3am by a train whistle or worrying that the constant brownout condition is going to damage your equipment, I just cant recommend staying here.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Derc wrote a review Sep 2020
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Our 7 September days at Timberland Campground was a joy. What's not to like? Great location, camp site and hosts. Dave and Laurie are extremely friendly and accommodating. We loved our pull through site and tall trees.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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meyrjem wrote a review Jul 2020
Brussels, Belgium38 contributions32 helpful votes
We stayed for 3 nights. Owners are friendly and helpful. Campsite is wide, spacious and clean. Some nice hikes starting on the campsite. Lots to do in the area. Some Outdoor activities are a short drive away. (ATV, hiking and mountain biking)
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled
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Frequently Asked Questions about Timberland Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Timberland Campground?
Nearby attractions include Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center (4.4 miles), Presidential Rail Trail (3.8 miles), and Scoggins General Store (4.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Timberland Campground?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Is parking available at Timberland Campground?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Timberland Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Saalt Pub, Libby's Bistro, and Nonna's Kitchen.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Timberland Campground?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Timberland Campground located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the center of Shelburne.
Are pets allowed at Timberland Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Timberland Campground?
Many travelers enjoy visiting St. Anne's Church (6.2 miles) and Swift River Bridge (6.6 miles).