Very clean facilities. Friendly staff. I only explored sites 1-21, but all of those sites without hook ups are pretty private. Sites with hook ups are more open. There IS cell service, at least with Verizon. We didn’t spend any time on Lake Francis, but I highly recommend paddling at East Inlet (30min east of the campground).
Super friendly staff. We go the same week each year with a hoard of kids and they remember us each year. My daughter had gotten more candy out of them then she know what to do with answering the daily trivia question right. Clean, great sites for the person who goes the scenery as well as those wanting to hike, fish, hunt, and more! Some sites have new shelters, which are nice when you camp and it’s calling for rain. Easily pitch a couple four person tents or a tent and table area, off the groups and well protected in the protected deck shelter. Convenience store less than a mile each way, In an area that is much less populated.
Quiet, remote, serene and clean. I love this campground. It is a New Hampshire state campground so the prices are low and the place is very well-kept. They even have a sink with hot running water where you can wash your dishes at the main house. There is a boat launch to put in a small boat, kayak or canoe. It’s just overall a really nice place to go in the wilderness where it is quiet and no cell phone service at all for miles.