About This Campground
Visitors can enjoy a variety of recreation opportunities around the campground, including fishing in the Wild River, strolling along the easy grade of the Wild River Trail, or exploring the rugged Wild River Wilderness.
- Picnic Table
- Drinking Water
- Sanitary Dump
- Drive InPark next to your campsite
- Walk InPark in a lot, walk to your campsite
Based on the other reviews, I was pretty excited about this campground, but found myself pretty disappointed.
First, this campground is not exactly "on" the Wild River--it is probably 100 yards away through the forest, but I could barely hear the river from my campsite (one of the "riverside"…
In an effort to help continue providing accurate and up to date information, I wanted to take a moment and write a second review for this campground (my last one was roughly 2 years ago). There is currently conflicting information regarding the operation status of this campground on the US Forest…
Entrance for night is $18. Two sets of pit toilets (very clean), clean water for drinking. There is a camp host who has firewood available for $6 bundle.
Wild River Campground is located in New Hampshire
This remote campground is located 5 miles down the gravel Wild River Road off Route 113, 3 miles South of Route 2 in Gilead, ME. Route 113 is gated closed during the winter months.