Standard (tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort

More that 100 sites that can accommodate RVs and tents.

There are 24 pull-through sites with easy-in, easy-out convenience and the new deluxe camping sites with patio furniture and a concrete slab to park your rig on.

In addition to the large sites, Danforth Bay also has smaller, more intimate sites situated along a winding brook-- perfect for tents and pop-ups.

Many campsites are along the half-mile shoreline, or atop hills overlooking the lake. In addition to having great views of the lake, campers at these sites get treated to fantastic Danforth Bay sunsets.

Cabins also available.

$40.00 - $85.00
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort is located in New Hampshire
43.8267 N
-71.1224 W
Get Directions
FROM BOSTON (2 hours) I-95 North to Portsmouth, NH. White Mountains Exit to Spaulding Turnpike (becomes Route 16). Route 16 North to West Ossipee. Take Route 41 North (1/2 mile) to Ossipee Lake Rd. (4.5 miles). Turn left on Shawtown Road at Danforth Bay sign.
8 Reviews of Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort
Best campground in NH

Has 2 big beautiful pools and a smaller one with a kids slide. Large campsites and well maintained. Camp store has everything you need. The golf cart rentals are great and in great condition. This is our favorite campground in NH

Fun and Clean. Waterslides for little kids and 2 dandy Beaches.

We love the golf carts and sandy beaches as well as the proximity to North Conway and Lake Ossipee.  Staff are nice, quiet time is a bit over enforced. Strict with dog paperwork as well so be prepared. Cabins were spotless my mother stayed in one. Otherwise the atmosphere is great. Always a good trip.

And it IS a resort!

Very nice campground, on the lake. We were just passing through and didn’t explore much, but this place is definitely going on the “return” list. Staff is great, sites are spacious and great.

Beautiful campground that the security ruins

We have stayed at Danforth Bay for several years now. At least two long weekends every year. One of these weekends we have a large group of friends that come every year. This is the only time we see each other during the year. We enjoy sitting out by the fire after the kids go to bed catching up. The campground has a rule that fires have to be out at 11:30. We are quiet and no one is around us because we all rent the sites around us. The security people have been extremely aggressive to us. I could understand if they asked us respectfully not to add to it but the woman got right in our face yelling at us and telling us that she wasn’t leaving until the fire is out including the coals. The thing that sucks is this campground have everything else we could ever look for except that rule and the security’s attitude. Apparently we are not the only people to have issues with them. The other campers not with us said they had the same problem with the attitudes but for things. I am giving the campground 1 more chance because we love the campground minus the security but if it doesn’t go well we won’t be back again.

Great size sites

Really liked this campground,large sites with full hookups. Beach and boat ramp with some cabins on the water. We stayed at site M-9 and M-10

Great facility, lots of different style sites to choose from

Located about 30 minutes south of Conway and on a bay that connects to Lake Ossippee, this is a great location and great campground. Very well spread out, with sites great for tents, pop-ups as well as the biggest of RV's. Excellent pools, including a kids pool and also a saltwater pool.

We were seasonal here for 3 years and still return each year to visit friends.

Clean, spacious campground

A friend and I stayed here for one night prior to a weekend of hiking in the Whites. Our site was clean and spacious, and it was great to be able to build a fire. There were lots of RVs around, but the peepers still drowned out the sound of the nearest generator, so that was OK by us.

First to Review

If I had to pick one campground that I loved so much for all of our family trips it would be this one. I have wonderful memories of kayaking (their courses are great and included), watching the stars in the field near the BMX bike area, tie dye, campfires, the list just goes on and on. They have volleyball courts as well as a swim area with a dock, that I spent soon much time on.