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Lost River Valley Campground

951 Lost River Rd, Woodstock, NH 03262-2438
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#1 of 6 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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George Bishop wrote a review Jul 9
Good morning I want to take some time to comment on my recent stay at your campground. I really don’t know where to start.First of all , the variety and cleanliness of the campsites was fantastic whether it be a tent site or RV site. The cabin was exceptionally clean and cozy. My group rented 2 RV sites and a cabin and Lisa arranged all close together. The camp store seemed to have just about anything you might have forgotten or need. And let’s not forget the staff. Lisa and her staff were very friendly, helpful and accommodating. In fact I had a minor medical issue and Lisa jumped right in trying to help. Even the resident chipmunks were friendly. In closing my family and I had a wonderful time here and I highly recommend this place. Cudos to Lisa, her staff and Lost River Valley Campground. George Bishop Torrington, Ct.
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Tom B wrote a review Jul 7
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While I prefer to rough it my wife and kids require the finer things. The glamping cabins nailed it for everyone! We have a family of 5 and while it was a little tight it was just what we needed. The location of the entire campground is perfect. A few miles one way and your hiking a section of the Appalachian Trail a few miles the other and you can go cliff jumping or continue into the town of Lincoln. My kids spent more time in the river flowing through the campground exploring then anywhere else. Staff was all friendly and welcoming. We will return and have and will continue to recommend. Pics are from our cabin.
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Fred C wrote a review Jul 3
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OK, I realize that times have changed and businesses are going out of business, but, for a campground to be run so unprofessional and look so dark and dirty, is beyond me. We had to book over a month in advance and stay at least 3 nights which totaled $191.00 for 2 people, which if it was nice wasnt a bad price. We arrived and was met outside by a girl, who was nice enough, but only told us that its quiet time after 10pm, nice, gave us a parking permit for the car, then pointed up the road and said it was the 1st right, no information where and if we could swim or any points of interest. We drive to the location and it was dark and there was only the dirt road with rocks everywhere to put the tents on. Then we notice the campsite next to us only had a cement pad to put tents on maybe 7ft by 7ft and they wouldve had to probably move their car if we had to go out for anything, there was no room, all dirt roads or concrete pad both with rocks all around, we went to the bathrooms which looked like the other dirty, brown, small cabins, it was filthy, small and you had to pay to shower. Even the firewood they sold was $6 for a small bundle when the last mile to the place had everyone selling big bundles for $3-$4. We didnt even unpack, we left. We are both on disability and it took awhile to save for this and the money we spent on equipment. We wrote them and told them all of this and they never returned a message. I seen homeless people set up a better and more comfortable places to camp. The map for the campsites is misleading, the place is small and too many trees no sunshine. Also we were in site 001 we had a great few of the garbage bins behind the general store, dont forget and mustard or ketchup or it will cost you there, the workers drove around on golfcarts and were right out of Deliverence, if your my age you will get a laugh out of that, so we were there and gone within 30mins, if you do go, remember my words....thank you.
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Date of stay: June 2020
chuckles1177 wrote a review Jul 2
Old Mystic, Ct4 contributions2 helpful votes
We just had a great stay in one of the new glamping cabins. They are super clean and comfortable. It was great having a bathroom to ourselves as we are not yet comfortable sharing public spaces. The office staff were very helpful and quick to respond when we got locked out of the cabin. The campground is very clean and family friendly. We will be back soon for sure!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Kyle S wrote a review Jul 2
Rochester, NH3 contributions1 helpful vote
The good: - Well maintained campground with friendly staff - Clean bathrooms - Two gorgeous rivers to explore with beautiful views The not so good: - Crowded campground with minimal privacy - Most staff did not wear masks - Some sites are very small - Loud on weekends We stayed at site #83 and we have a standard size pop-up camper. This is a full hookup site. We put our camper on the very edge of the site and the awning still almost touched the fire pit. IMHO, site #83 should truly just be a tent site. The one night we had a camp fire all the smoke went right into our camper since it was practically on top of it. We're still trying to get the smokey smell out. The size of the site was very disappointing. We did not alert management since the campground was full and there would be nothing that could be done about it. Another thing that was disappointing was how many sites were crammed into this campground and that there was minimal privacy between them. You're basically just looking at all your neighbors the entire time. It feels like communal camping. The sites on the river have a gorgeous view of the water, but you're still also looking at all the other sites around you. If the campground had half as many sites it would be ideal. Some don't mind this kind of camping, but it's really just not my cup of tea. Unfortunately, the campground can't control how considerate other campers are. Sadly, we had some neighbors on motorcycles that would drive through loudly at 6am and at night as well. Sigh. Just bad luck for us.
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Date of stay: June 2020
Room Tip: Avoid #83 if you have a pop-up. The site is just too small.
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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 Ice Castles (3.4 miles), Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves (0.9 miles), and Clark's Trading Post and the White Mt. Central RR (3.4 miles).
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).