We pulled in and were greeted by a nice lady who owns the place with her husband. The sites are long narrow pull through sites. Full hook ups were $35 since we were staying Monday and Tuesday and purchased the Passport America membership it only cost us $17.50 a night. Well worth it. My only complaint is that the hookups are at the back end of the site making us unhook our toad vehicle. This campground is part of passport America so if you come on certain nights you can get half off. From what I can tell this is pretty typical for the area. Being from the Midwest I am not used to such small sites but we are learning as we go. As with all sites I have been to the wifi is so so.
Nice folks, quiet campground. We had a beautiful wooded site with stone fire pit. Water, elec and sewr. Facilities clean and well cared for.
Could be better
Average campground at best with most available sites it an open field aligned side by side. Many site occupied by seasonal residents. Owner apparently hates her job and dealing with the public. The normal rate is $44 per night plus a $10 cash deposit for plastic card to front gate and then you must wait until office opens to get deposit back. Would not stay here again.
A good location to visit the historic sites and Mt Washington. No cable and no on the air TV. Bring your sat dish.
Stayed for 4 nights to tour the area. From the road, the campground isn't the most appealing. But the sites were huge pull-thru's with full hook-ups and level. Large laundry facilities too. Owners are very nice people and will do whatever it takes to please their customers. Very quiet at night save for a train going through the valley. VERY nice pool, too. Would definately return here if in the area again. Highly recommended for touring the area and getting restful sleep at night. Would give it 5 stars, but no cable TV.