River Valley Campground Amenities:
-139 wooded and brookfront sites -Cabin rentals -Full hookups available -20, 30 & 50-amp electric service -New seasonal sites -Accommodating trailers up to 32 ft. in length -Picnic table & fireplace at each site -Modern restrooms -Store -ATM -Firewood -Ice -LP gas -Dumping stations
-Kayak & paddleboat rentals
-Large recreation area
-Brook trout fishing in two mountain streams
You cannot go wrong. Right on kangamangus highway basically in the mountains. Recommend the sites by the river!
Decent campground with pretty good amenities (camp store, showers, actual flushing toilets). Only disappointment was that the campsites themselves are way closer together than advertised on the pictures on the website. They also have very little trees or cover in between them, which leaves them relatively open and exposed to other sites.
Overall good experience though. We really enjoyed having the river/creek right near to our site to give us some nice white noise. We would stay there again, but might look into some other campgrounds if we had the option.
This campground is very family friendly. It is surrounded on 2 sides by small rivers, the water flowing over the rocks is very relaxing. Sites aren’t too close together. Lots to do nearby.
The new owner is friendly. The location is beautiful. Limited cell service in the area. WiFi at the store only. Camp store is well supplied. Multiple shower/bathhouse/restroom buildings but the one near our site was small and not well lit. Shower stalls could to be longer to allow for dressing after shower. Shower use is $.25 for 5 or 6 minutes, which is fine because the nightly site fees are reasonable. Our site was on the river which was scenic and nice to listen to. River is rocky and shallow, not good for tubing, swimming, etc., we were also very close to the road, which was fine most nights but there was a lot of late Saturday night traffic that was noisy.
The staff was amazing and helpful. The sites were racked and free of rocks and sticks. Located off of a river, you couldn't even hear your neighbor.
We are -campground owners and get one or two opportunities to escape our campground during the summer for 1 or 2 nights. We always choose to go camping. We love the white mountains and often choose Lost River! We choose the furthest site out next to the river. It's great to be in nature, next to the flow of the river, enjoying a nap or a morning cup of coffee. Lost river is very popular but we escape during the week so things are less hectic, which we prefer. The owners are great and always open to swapping -campground owner stories. We recommend this place to all of our friends.
Cute little campground with many sites right on the river. My family has stayed here twice. You can't really swim much in the river, but the kids had a blast playing in it and fishing for little trout.
We have tent camped here a number of times. We no longer choose a site right next to the river as my husband finds the rushing water too loud! I don't, but we have found a few of the more private sites to out liking. We still play in the river though! It really is a beautiful location that is well maintained. My only complaint would be to update the bathrooms/showers (hence the 4 stars). They are adequate for your needs though.
Beautiful campground! Every site is surrounded by trees, most near a creek too. Very friendly and clean facilities. Some sites are a bit cozy, but ask about sites together if camping in a group. Can’t wait to go back!
Very nice, quiet campground. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. No cell service on the south side of campground.