The campsites are too close together, so it's hard to get that true camping feel. Other than the extremely frigid river, there wasn't any place to explore or hike, which limits the number of activities most campgrounds provide.
They also adhere to a strict policy of quiet time from 10 pm to 6 am, yet they allow a group of people to flash lights around and make a big ruckus as they set up their tent past midnight. This caused fright and many of us to wake up from our sleep.
I understand there are exceptions to rules in most cases and in this case, these people were received with sympathy. Our site had a couple of people over the limit per site, but we were willing to pay for it, why is that were not put as an exception to the rule? Other than that we weren't loud, did not disturb our neighboring campers, and did not break any other rule. Why is it that the other group gets treated differently, even though they clearly cause disturbance in the middle of the night and very early in the following morning? I just HOPE its not because we're asian, because racism is a very ugly thing.
- Also Known As:
- Jigger Johnson Campground Hotel North Conway