|In Season||May 1 - Oct 15, 2015||$27.00 - $60.00|
The first review was absolutely correct the sites are level and spacious we have a 44 foot toy hauler travel trailer cable TV has more channels than anywhere else The staff is very friendly and very helpful I would definitely recommend this park
As in the name this was a "new found" park for me. Quiet, in it's own little valley and accessible to many local attractions. Although there are many types of campers here there are sixty sites originally designed only for motor coaches. Therefore all are perfectly level, most are long enough that you don't have to unhook your toad, and the electric (all 50 amp) and sewers are located in the proper position. The roads and sites are gravel but there is very little dust as the owner keeps it all rolled. Verizon service is great here and it's the first RV park where the WiFi worked 100% of the time. Each site has a shade tree, picnic bench, and a nice patch of grass. It's located only 90 miles north of Boston, 20 minutes from Lake Winnepausakee, and a half hour south of the White Mountains. It would be a great base for a fall color tour. Paul the owner is quite a "character", a very nice person always willing to help. I would highly recommend this RV site.
We stayed 2 nights and found the grounds to be clean and very convenient drive through sites. I will definitely stay here again. Great managers who was very helpful.
New Hampshire's newest Big Rig Park is situated just a few miles from Wellington State Park , which is on Newfound Lake, one of the cleanest inland lakes in the United States. This spring fed lake is the Jewel of the lakes region and is 7 miles long and has 22 miles of shore line. Your recreational opportunities are varied and we are the perfect base camp for your explorations. Many, many area attractions!