July 10, 7:08am - reviewed by Lou
Stayed 3 Nights In August, 2017
Great spot to explore Mt. Washington, the several water falls and other covered bridges in the area.
Really nice campground, easy to get around, very friendly! Some older restrooms and showers. The showers require “A” quarter. Its not like they are trying to collect more money, like some others, just trying to ensure water is not left on. After you enter the quarter and the cycle ends, it returned my quarter and allows for it to be reused. Good water pressure in shower, had no problems with pressure at site either, (1988 26’ Trailer).
Site was heavily wooded, therefore mostly dirt. Fire ring & table on site. Pool, playground, and large open grassy field are all really nice for playing with kids ... very family friendly.
July 26, 5:01am - reviewed by FSUWizard
Very Good Campground
This is a good park for exploring the north side of the White Mountain National Forest. My pull through site was more than big enough for my motorhome and tow car. The utilities were well placed and worked well except that the water pressure was a little low. The cable had plenty of channels that came in clearly. Unlike most campgrounds, the wifi actually worked. The roads were easy to navigate with our big rig. There was some traffic noise when we were outside, but it didn't bother us when we were in the motorhome. The office staff is very helpful. I would not hesitate to stay again.
May 23, 5:09pm - reviewed by Jay Knick
Beautiful setting in the white mountains, wonderful owners who run this 1st class operation. Whether you're seeking solitude in these serene mountains or looking for fun for the whole family, Timberland Campground will be a site to remember and plan future vacations when visiting New Hampshire's White Mountains.
July 27, 3:58pm - reviewed by John
Site worked well. Place seems to be a family hot spot. Pool is well maintained. Laundry facility is very good 4 washers and 4 dryers. Wifi is ok. It does get overloaded and drops you often. Cell coverage was good. The couple that run it are friendly and work hard to keep it in good condition.
May 12, 10:14am - reviewed by M. Nelson
First long distance RV traveler and 10 days into our travels east from Chicago to New England, we were very happy with this campground. Lots of trees and very friendly couple welcomed us.