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951 Lost River Rd, Woodstock, NH 03262-2438
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#1 of 7 Specialty lodging in Woodstock
Lost River Campground is set on 180 acres in the White Mountains of New Hampshire and surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest. We are right in the middle of all the attractions in the White Mountains and can accommodate tents, pop ups, trailers and motorhomes. Camping cabins can sleep up to four in the one room or up to 6 in the two room cabins. Many sites are right next to either the Lost River or Walker Brook. Seasonal sites are also available with beautiful mountain top views.
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Free parking
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-serve laundry
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Štefan P wrote a review Today
Peabody, Massachusetts3 contributions
We booked a site at the Lost River Valley Campground for 4 nights in June 2021. We camp with two kids, a car and one tent. We absolutely loved the site we got and I don't think it can get much better than that. Right on the edge of the Walker Brook we had site 115. The map you can find on the campground webpage is not very accurate so it does not show the site close to the brook. But in reality is right on the edge of the water. Really beautiful. In my opinion the yellow sites in the Loop Road area are the best for tents. Some are very close to each other and they make a great group camping area. others especially 115, 114, 113, 117 have more privacy. The only negative aspect of this area is that the Restrooms are quite a long walk away. it is the only reason I cannot give 5 stars to this review. Especially if you are traveling with younger kids it can be a nuisance. According to other reviewers, some other sites are not that great, infact I saw some are really near the main road. Each site has a table and a small fire ring. The campground store has wood for the fire, ice and a good selection of campground supplies, water, snacks. We will come back.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Ed Orton wrote a review Sep 2020
Northborough, Massachusetts3 contributions
Property's Favorite Review
An excellent time was had by all.the Lost river valley campground in Woodstock NH is a fun place to camp out...in my case glamp out. The scenery is breath taking. It is a family friendly place the whole family can enjoy..the mountains, the beach, the amenities, and enjoy a campfire with friends and family. Everyone is friendly. The new owners go out of their way to make sure your needs are taken care of. The new owners John and Lisa Mancini have made the place an extension of their home. They look at it through the lense of what they want to do with their family and friends...it shows...would recommend this camp ground to anyone looking for a great experience
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
Response from Lisa Mancini, General Manager at Lost River Valley Campground
Responded Oct 30, 2020
WOW Eddie! You have put a smile on my face! Thank you so much for the kind words. Our hard work, especially being our first year and COVID. This is exactly what we want to hear. It is not just us though. .. we have excellent staff! The staff works hard day in day out to make sure that ALL guest accommodations are met and exceeded. We ALL care. And we want your family/friends to make great memories by the brook or campfire. Thank you again for taking the time to write these kind words. Can't wait to see you again "glamping" in 2021. Have a safe and warm winter.
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samclan2016 wrote a review Jun 18
Albany, New York17 contributions2 helpful votes
Stayed for the weekend - Michael on staff was very helpful making sure all was as expected. Campgrounds are well maintained and after walking around would definitely like to stay at the sites back by the creek. Bathrooms clean and well maintained. Would love to go back! Only negative is there are a lot of small additional fees for people/visitors/cars.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Response from Lisa Mancini, General Manager at Lost River Valley Campground
Responded 2 days ago
Hello, Thank you for sharing your experience of the park and kind words. We are pleased you enjoyed your stay. Mike along with all the staff here do work hard to make sure that standards are kept. I do want to address your concern and I do appreciate you bring it up. Most campground do charge fee for guest and extras on reservations. The charges are very minimal $8.00 adults, Kids $2.00 and $3.50. Theirs multi reasons why; not all guest travel with the same amount of people/vehicles. This is so smaller groups do not get over charged for that has a large groups. We have all sorts of campers, single people that come from the Application trail , to boy/girl scouts, to families and large family outings. Most site is a double occupancy and 1 car. This park is in a form of a peninsula which has a bridge to enter. For safety, should there ever be an emergency the bridge does not get bottled up and cause more harm. Having less cars also keeps the feel of the woods rather then a parking lot. Safety for my guest. We do not allow random people to just walk on property or use of facilities. Now a days many people have different relationships with other like restraining order, etc. There are just too many kiddos, pets and adults. We can have over 400 guest a night here. We need to make sure that each person/car is registered so we know who is actually guest. We need to keep track. We are only allowed to have so many people on site for septic and staffing. We also like to keep site cost low as we are pretty low for this area. I hope this clarifies and understand why campgrounds charge these add on fees. Be well.
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Mika West wrote a review Jun 17
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This is the worst most disgusting overcrowded and overpriced dump around. The owner tried to throw me out because I was going 5mph but thought I was going faster and I stood up for myself by stating my case. The vibe of this place is pure RUDE, MEAN, MISTRUST! I was vacationing with just me and my mom and as a single guy they followed me to the bathroom every time. We showed up 15min before check in and we were told we need to leave and come back. In addition we saw another employee fighting with a guest top of lungs. The girl was in a car with a gay pride flag and I am a n obvious gay guy who they basically talked down to and showed me smirks and rudeness constantly. We should have known. It was Pride month too and not one rainbow flag of support for the 20% of Americans who should be supported not stalked on this national holiday. The stream and river sit close to busy roads and all you hear is road traffic. The bees are bad and the campground is dangerous for kids with digging projects and racing bikes on hills so that kids fall and run into one another. The pond looks like a sewage treatment pit! I got one small bag of incidentals at the shop and it was $80 wasted. They are very expensive to be four feet from your neighbors in a muddy sad pit with bugs. They only let you buy their fire wood at $7 a bundle and it is hard to burn it. The going rate is $3 a bundle in the area. The toilets are always clogged up and left over cigarette butts in the urinals. The walls and doors are in disrepair as well. If you want to be hated on and treated like a criminal for telling them not to harass you then go visit this mud hole. I am 49 years old and camp several times a year and this is my worst experience ANYWHERE!!! The clients that they adore, race on the camp roads at 10mph with bikes hanging out and rebel flags on trucks. It’s a dirt bag location for sure. A kid fell on the ground from running and fighting with the other 20 kids that yell all day and night. I asked the dad if he needed help if his kid was ok or needed first aid because I am a doctor, and he simply Ignored me. Hate is alive and well in NH. I am writing a longer more in depth article for some national publications I have close ties to. The Advocate and New York Times. I know the editors. I do travel writing blogs as my retirement career. This place will fail and close soon because of the hate they dish out. I spent over $300 in this tragic truck stop slum! Now the world will soon know in 20 plus publications, just what they are doing to wonderful members of our evolving society. When you add FAMILY to your sign , it shows your desire to discriminate. My gay FAMILY knows how to treat fellow humans.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Jo M wrote a review Jun 14
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire40 contributions37 helpful votes
We booked a brookside camping spot with water and electric. We camped by the lovely babbling rocky brook. No mosquitos! Quiet. Exceptionally clean. It was our maiden voyage in our very first trailer / camper and it went flawlessly. The staff is incredibly pleasant and helpful. Lots of beautifully behaved dogs. We had no children with us but there were so many great activities for the kids of all ages. We already booked our next visit. Highly recommend.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Response from Lisa Mancini, General Manager at Lost River Valley Campground
Responded 6 days ago
Awwweee thank you Jo! It was great having you here. Thank you for the kind words and sharing your experience with everyone. The hard work of our staff is now showing. Thank you again and looking forward to see you in the near future.
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United StatesNew HampshireWhite MountainsWoodstock
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lost River Valley Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Lost River Valley Campground?
Nearby attractions include Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves (0.9 miles), Clark's Bears (3.4 miles), and Whale's Tale Waterpark (4.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Lost River Valley Campground?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, kids activities, and self serve laundry.
Is parking available at Lost River Valley Campground?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Lost River Valley Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Black Mtn Burger Co., Flapjack's Pancake House, and Gypsy Cafe.
Are pets allowed at Lost River Valley Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Lost River Valley Campground?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Betty and Barney Hill Incident Historical Marker (5.4 miles).