3 Replies to “Along the River Campground & Cabins”

  1. We enjoyed our stay at this friendly, family-owned campground. Thought it would have been nice to have a little more space between sites, and you’ll need to be able to tune some traffic noise out of your head, our riverside site facing the Ammonoosuc River made for a very peaceful setting to have morning coffee and to enjoy a quiet, relaxing couple of hours in the afternoon when the other campers were off hiking and sightseeing in the beautiful White Mountains National Forest. There was a group that was a little too loud for my taste that did not seem to care that they were the only loud bunch during what should have been quiet hours, but it was Friday night, and all in all our stay was a pleasant one. The owners are very nice and accommodating. We would stay here again if we ever returned to the area.

  2. Before staying at this campground, consider the following:
    1. The campsite is directly on route 302, the traffic noise, particularly the long-haul trucks, is constant and makes it impossible to sleep (you are that close to the road and there is no woods, trees or sound a barrier of any kind, to absorb the sound)
    2. There are no woods, no place to collect kindling, no way to start a campfire
    3. Campfire grates are available, for rent
    4. The sites are separated by a single thin line of trees, so minimal privacy
    5. The campsite ground is uneven
    6. The sites are not raked, so there are small rocks and pebbles everywhere
    7. There are street lights on route 302 directly across the road from the campground, so it never gets totally dark
    7. You may feel like you are tenting at a truck stop rather than camping at a campground

    We reserved site R04 and when we arrived realized it was too small for three adults, two tents, and two dogs, so we rented R05 upon when we arrived. We left the next morning because of the noise and lack of “camping atmosphere.” When we talked with the woman in charge, and said we would be leaving, she said “sorry”. When i asked if she could compensate us, even for one of the six nights, she said “sorry you already checked in.”

    I could have had a better experience camping in my background. However, we were lucky enough to get a campsite at Lost River Campground in Woodstock, NH. A beautiful, peaceful, campground, that cares about is guests and their overall experience.

  3. We stayed in this small campground for a week. We where on site R07, river front, and we could barely hear noise coming from the road. Even if it’s close of Route 302, it’s more quiet than other campgrounds (kids, party, fireworks, drunk people). Bath House is sparkling clean and it’s vintage. Owners are kind. Rules are well explained during reservation and check-in. There is no ambiguity!! We add this campground on our North American List.

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