This was our first visit here and we will be back. We are always very cautious in trying a new campground as we are pretty picky when it comes to site privacy, tree cover, and cleanliness of facilities. We were pleasantly surprised with this campground. While there are a few sites that are way too close for comfort and treeless (meant for the driving rv'ers), there are many nicely secluded sights with well placed fire pits and nice picnic tables tucked into the trees. Water, sewer, and electricity, especially in the chilly fall is always a bonus. The cabins are cute and very well maintained. We even took a lovely walk along their mile long nature trail. The lake is very scenic, especially at sunset and on a clear night, this is a stargazers paradise!
I for one appreciate rules that are enforced. I am not old and I have teenage kids that know to be be respectful and not be running around a campground bothering others. I did play my outside trailer radio the entire time, but it was so quiet only WE could hear it, which is as it should be. I never at any point had issues with rules here and felt the owners were very friendly, helpful, and run a beautiful clean campground that they obviously take great pride in.
The ONLY thing that spoils this beautiful campground for me is that it is too close to the traffic noise of US 3. The semi trucks and motorcycles whizzing by can be a bit loud at many of the sites.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are a camping resort in the White Mountains of New Hampshire accommodating tents and rv's. We also have cabins, a yurt and tipi. Our facility has a 30 acre lake, fishing, peddle boats, kayaking and swimming. A heated swimming pool and water slides. We have a playground, shuffleboard and planned activities. We are only 10 minutes from Santa's Village. ... more less