Pretty campground with good spacing between sites. Lots for tenting and also RV’s. There is a river near by to explore. The area has many amazing places to hike and see. There is amusement parks near by as well. Well worth the stop to camp.
The ranger at this campground was so helpful. The spots are nice and secluded. The showers are great and they have a full bathroom. There are hiking trails in the campground as well, which is nice to have!
Dry river camp ground is great it’s not a huge campground so it’s quite and more relaxed then the larger campgrounds. The park rangers were fantastic they were super helpful with hiking trails and they came around a bunch of times with wood. Which was a big bundle for $6. The bathrooms are super clean and the showers and laundry room were clean. They also had a huge sink area for cleaning your dishes. We hiked a trail right from the campground to Wiley’s house it was 6 miles round trip with the dogs and the trail was well marked and we had ice cream at Wiley’s house which was great. Most of the sites had separation with a wood area but some had none so make sure you look at your site. We stayed in campsite # 14 and it’s was huge. We will definitely be back next year
When checking in, the ranger described this as "a pretty chill campground"; he wasn't wrong. Even though my dog joined in with some other camp dogs barking at people walking by (sorry neighbors), no one seemed to mind. Most everyone packed and headed out early in the mornings, since Crawford Notch is the perfect place to explore hiking, climbing, swimming…generally being outside. For such a prime location, the campsites don't feel cramped, and there's enough trees surrounding most spots to hang hammocks. No cell or internet service, but who wants that in the middle of the Whites anyway?
Easy access.clise to everything you might want to do and still a quite place. Showers are great. Fishing is great with many locations to fish at