July 2, 2023 - reviewed by Todd Heyn
We just completed our week long stay and were very impressed. We were at site 79 and it was a bit narrow for our 31' Class C but not unworkable. The campground is very well kept with a nice lodge and camp store. The staff were all very nice and offered to do whatever they could to accommodate us.
September 12, 2019 - reviewed by Cynthia
Just Passing Through
We came here for only a one night stop over. We were very impressed. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Beautiful campsites. Very clean and nice bathrooms.
July 15, 2018 - reviewed by Chuck
Great Place For Kids...
We just spent three nights and could not have been any happier...had our three grandkids ages 7, 10, & 11...the staff could not have been nicer..pancake breakfast sunday, ice cream social saturday evening and hey rides...spacing was a little tight but we have three slides and used our awaning also..all hook ups fine...we were in spot 38 next to office and wifi fine there...picnic tables and fire grill...wood was $6.00 a bundle..our site was level...the play area for kids was very big with volleyball net, basketball area and smaller childern swings...they do a train ride 500pm with golf cart and four buggies our kids loved it...bathrooms clean and store seemed to have ample supplies.....would recomend to anyone with young kids...about 20 minutes from Cog Railroad to see Mt Washington...
July 14, 2017 - reviewed by Erin S
Cute, But Cramped
We only stayed here for a night, so that we could visit Mt. Washington. We were able to make last minute reservations to accommodate our large travel trailer. The staff is friendly and the campground is clean. They appeared to have lots of things for kids to do.
My biggest problem is that the sites are very small. Our camper has three slide outs, so by the time we got the camper opened up, all we could see was the camper next to us. There was no real room to put out our carpet.
The campground itself is about 30 minutes from Mt. Washington.