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About Coleman State Park
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Access
Drive In
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Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
Coleman State Park is located in New Hampshire
Latitude
44.944 N
Longitude
-71.328 W
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2 Reviews of Coleman State Park
Great place to stay

Very quiet and peaceful place. Facilities were cleaned twice a day. Kayak and paddle boat rentals available. Keep your eyes out for loons and bald eagles on Little Diamond Pond. There is no cell service (at least for Verizon users), but that’s exactly what we wanted. There will be ATVs cruising around, so avoid sites along the main road if that noise would bother you (it’s really not bad, though). Note that many of the sites will fit much larger vehicles than what is stated on Reserve America, especially if you have a trailer and can unhook.

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Beautiful, Secluded Spot

This small little campground (25 sites) is tucked off the main road (Route 16) and dead ends at Little Diamond Pond. There is a small local gravel road that continues about another 1.2 miles to Big Diamond Pond. Its location makes it a great spot to truly get away including zip, zero, zilch cell phone reception!

There are RV compatible sites but there are no hookups and all the camping areas are grass. There is a small "dumping station" within the campground. Other amenities include several water spigots, a very nice and well maintained (cleaned twice a day the entire time we were there) restroom and shower area. There is also a small laundry room with coin operated machines. Also on site is a soda vending machine and an AED. One thing to note is that the welcome center has been moved from the main campground to Coleman Estates. The turn is about .2 miles BEFORE the campground. This is where you check in and pick up your car tag. You can also purchase a few small items (t-shirts, cheap camping gear, a cup of coffee or slice of pizza, fire wood, etc.). Downside to this part of the facility is that there is a MASSIVE tv on when you walk in the door which was quite strange.

We stayed at site 21 which is a nice wooden lean to. We decided to stay in the site for two reasons. First of all, it is one of the closest sites to Little Diamond Pond and you can see the pond from the site. Secondly, it was forecasted to rain over half the time we were there (which it did) and we wanted a little extra protection from the elements. The only drawback to the lean to is that it is one of the only sites with absolutely NO grass in it. So with all the rain it got a bit muddy but the added roof over our heads was totally worth it.

If you enjoy fishing, falling asleep to the sound of loons and owls chatting back and forth then this is the spot for you!