Over 200 generously sized sites, all with large picnic tables and fire rings.
We booked this site during the Independence Day holiday. It was wicked hot, but being right on the river made it easy to jump in and cool down. Our site was a good size, but in a tucked away dead end area of the campground. Part of the area we were in seemed to be a bit of a dumping ground for wood and ash cleaned up from sites. There was also a path down to the river for tubing close by. There is also a great big beach right on the Saco River that was excellent! At night they did wagon rides around the campground which our little ones really enjoyed. Not a bad campground overall, while it bills itself as family friendly it also very much a place to come and party.
Cute campground with nice owners. Sites are small but baby have a covered picnic table. Great location with easy ride to all North Conway attractions. Nice hay ride and playground. The beach is sandy and lots of room to spread out. We visited Story Land and Mt. Washington during our stay.
Love that it is right on the Saco river, has two beaches, the only con is the park for kids only has swings.
We used to come here every year but move on since. It’s been 7 years & we came back for Columbus Day weekend for an overnight. Maybe it was just this weekend but it was pricey at $45 per night. I’ll start with the bad first. The site are very close to each other. If you fart, all surrounding site will here you. Rain, yep, when it rains it floods the sites near the bathroom toward the beginning of the entrance. Big RV will have trouble maneuvering in here because it is tight. On to the good. Each site (except beach) has a wood canopy, picnic bench, electrical, water spigot & designated fire pit. Bathrooms are close to every site. The beaches along the Saco river is awesome but they took away the cliff jumps and put boulders there. I think the rope swings are still there. We used to stay here long term but now it just ehh. Funny fact: NH law says you can’t burn wood from out of state. But the wood that they sell is from Maine. LOL
This is a nice little campground if you're doing the Saco, has a nice bath house, has a bunch of campsites, a good store that has everything that you might have forgotten! The river is right there and you can splash around in it
Eastern Slope is a very friendly campground. The site's are not very private, but that is hard to come by if looking for a camp ground with amenities. This Camp ground has 2 Beaches on the Saco! I could see the ball field from my site and was very happy as my 7 year old wanted to play with the kids and we could see him.
We cant wait to go back.
got flooded campground not prepared to handle the situation or help campers owners rude and less than helpful
Sites are really close together and hard to maneuver a RV into.Staff are wonderful and very nice. Place has floods twice in five years. Internet extremely slow.
beach access Is awesome and the sites have plenty of space. Wish you could have fires later then 11:30 but it’s ok. canoe and kayak rentals on site along with shuttle rides.
Great amenities internet connection extremely slow. Bath house was extremely clean and tidy. Staff was friendly and helpful. Pool was closed but river access and stores were open and great. Quiet and friendly. Great for the family fun