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North Dorchester , NEW HAMPSHIRE

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Most Recent North Dorchester Camping Reviews
Great place

Nice campground to stay at. Playground and bounce pad for the kids. Close to many scenic spots and hikes.

Awesome first family camping trip!

We had a great weekend and can’t wait to come back!

-Our site was big and walking around the grounds the other sites appeared to all be pretty good sized as well. They are not lying when they call their sites secluded either! Our area was wooded enough that I could hardly see into the sites next to us. We were also close to port a potty and dishwashing station. They seem to be placed at locations throughout the campground that make it convenient for all.

-The common areas (bathhouse and store) were very clean and staff took great care to ensure covid precautions were followed.

-my kids LOVED tubing in the riverfront and The swimming hole. Super adorable and relaxing little spot.

-very short driving distance to some great hiking spots/ waterfalls

Our yearly go to!!

This has been our go to camp ground for the past six years. We have seen the river changed throughout the years so best campsites can differ from year to year. All the 55s are pretty good 104 is the best but it’s small.. The views are pretty breathtaking if you get a river site. Bathrooms are a 7 out of 10. General store is super convenient and has everything you need, including alcohol breakfast sandwiches and coffee. There is absolutely zero cell phone service so walkie-talkies are a must if you have kids that like to go off. We were able to pull some trout out of the river this year and cooked them on the campfire which was pretty cool! There are also a lot of good bike trails around the campground. Campground can tend to be very dusty so keep that in mind when setting up your campsite. Also if the forecast shows heavy wind the river sites can be a bit challenging as you are open to the elements. 

We love this place!

Nice, family owned place. The owners are very nice. It’s clean and orderly, and a great place for kids. We’ve been there many times when our son was little, and again when he was 17. They now have a new pool and water slide.

I really loved the weekend we spent there lots to do clean bathrooms and the store on site was so convenient definitely would go back.

really loved the weekend we spent there lots to do clean bathrooms and the store on site was so convenient definitely would go back.

Not bad

found access to water very hard due to people gathered elbow to elbow very hard to maneuver around union workers from mass and friends . Functions charging some people for event letting others in for free to eat food .

Mostly RVs but nice sites along the river

Mostly seasonals and Rvs but there are some nice spots by the river. Most sites do not have much privacy, but the campground itself is very quiet and clean. Sites 66 & 55 seemed to be the most private. There's nice little swimming area on the river for kids. Close to the Sugar River Rail trail for biking. Definitely not a wilderness experience, but pleasant.

Clean, family-friendly campground

This KOA is located in Woodstock, south of the Tripoli Rd exit. It's convenient for heading out to do some popular hikes such as the Osceolas and Mt Moosilauke as well as exploring Franconia Notch and the Kancamagus. if you prefer sites suitable for large RVs, full hook-ups and activities for the kids, you'll like this campground. If you don't have a tent or RV, there are small cabins available for rent as well. It can be hard to get reservations, particularly around popular events and holiday weekends.

I had a 30A site in their wilderness loop, I went hiking during the day, so didn't get to fully explore the campground and only upon looking at the campground map did I realize there was a trail to a nearby pond! The kids seemed to enjoy the bounce pad and other activities that are located in the center of the campground. These pictures were taken on an autumn weekday afternoon, but on the weekend it was much busier.

If you're coming from the south, I usually stop at the Market Basket and/or Wal-Mart in Tilton for anything I've forgotten, and Lincoln has a small grocery store and other shops where you'll be able to pick up items.

Quiet NE Campground

Small but well organized campground. TT members will find all th e comforts of home. Staff is pleasant and helpful. Quiet during the weekdays, picks up over weekends but not to overbearing. Sandy beach by the water has plenty of room to relax out in the sun as well as launch areas to set out in a paddle boat, canoe or row boat, all available on site. Mostly a 5th wheelers park but you can see a 34 foot class A here and there so don't fret, there is room.

minimal complaints

the showers weren’t the greatest even by campground standards, but other than that amazing views

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