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No Pets
Drinking Water
About Hampton Beach State Park
Fee Info
Hampton Beach State Park provides year-round recreation, with Atlantic ocean-front facilities situated along miles of sandy beach. Activities in the park include swimming, fishing, picnicking, and RV camping with full hook-ups in the campground. Hampton Beach Campground is the only RV park directly on the New Hampshire coast at the mouth of the Hampton River. The park is located south of the main part of Hampton Beach on Route 1A at the Seabrook-Hampton town line. Route 1A can be easily reached from I-95 by either Route 101 or 286. The campground, with 28 sites, is open for reservations from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend. It is open for walk-in camping beginning on April 29th.
Season
April 27th - October 29th
Price
$50.00
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Market
No Pets
Phone Service
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Water Hookups
Location
Hampton Beach State Park is located in New Hampshire
Latitude
42.899 N
Longitude
-70.816 W
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4 Reviews of Hampton Beach State Park
Oceanfront NE campsite

The campground itself is pretty standard, but the oceanfront location is classic NE style summer camping. Also classic NE style, it’s packed in the summers. We caught the tail end of the season last year and the beach was super peaceful and much quieter than in high season.

Lovely beach site in off season

Extremely crowded in high season, empty in off season. Extremely close to the beach.

Excellent Oceanfront campground in New England

If you are looking for a New England oceanfront RV park, this is a great choice. It is basically a parking lot, but with full hookups and on the ocean. The ocean breezes are fantastic. One side of the campground is bordered by an inlet that fishing boats use to head out from the harbor. Another side is sand dunes, that are the south end of Hampton beach. You can't see the open ocean from the camp site, but you can see the inlet and walk right out onto the beach. It is really hard to find a beach campground with elbow room and full hookups. This is a great one. It is very difficult to get reservations as it is extremely popular.

First to Review
A beatiful place

This place is very laid back prior to memorial day. it is first come, first serve. it is on a river that opens up to the ocean. be careful of your awning as it is very windy.
they also have a boondocking area (overflow) for $30. the full hookup sites are $50. its NH so no tax. :)