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About Lost River Valley Campground
$22.00 - $79.00
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Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Lost River Valley Campground is located in New Hampshire
44.02 N
-71.746 W
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9 Reviews of Lost River Valley Campground
Fantastic wooded getaway

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.

Quiet family-friendly campground

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.

Enjoy the river!

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.

You’re in the woods here!

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

Very nice, quiet campground. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful. No cell service on the south side of campground.

Family and Pet Perfect!

This campground was absolutely perfect! Easy to get in, out, and around to the sites. Our campsite backed up to a babbling creek that was perfect to wake up to! We brought our dog, who is not the quietest dog, and everyone was friendly, and there were other dogs barking, so we felt comfortable, but not overwhelmed by noise.

Beautiful campground in the White Mountains

We had a site right on the river which was perfect for relaxing in after hiking in the morning! Spacious sites, many of which are along the river. The folks working in the camper office were very friendly and had tips for area hikes. Bathrooms were lage and clean. We will definitely be staying here again!

clean and quiet

This is a great place for tent and smaller camper people. Some of the site have water and electric. Some just water…. most pretty far apart. Love how nice and quiet it was.

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Very nice people.

I really enjoyed camping at Lost River over Columbus Day weekend in 2016. The campground has a mix of RV and Tent sites. We had a brook-front site, which I highly recommend, we had beautiful views during our stay. Even the lowest price tent sites all have water hook-ups. Very nice not to have to lug a bucket of water around a few times a day from a distant spigot. Showers and bathroom were clean.

The view from the door of our tent was beautiful, we got to look out over the fall foliage and the brook.

We knew were we in for a late arrival coming straight from work in Massachusetts on a holiday weekend, but we called ahead and they kindly reassured us that they were in the office until 9:30pm. Very nice and friendly folks in the office.

They also have cabins, it appeared that they were updating many of them, many were already updated during our stay. They have seasonal and "rustic" sites as well, slightly separated from the main campground.

Lots of shopping and restaurants available in nearby North Woodstock and Lincoln. If hiking and scrabbling on river rocks is your thing, the Kancamagus highway is also a short drive away, with many short hikes and swimming holes to check out.