Standard (tent/RV)
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Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Saco River Camping Area

The Saco River Camping Area is in the heart of the Mount Washington Valley, at the center of it all. We offer peaceful family camping in a nature filled setting with loads of onsite things to do, yet we’re within easy walking distance of stores, restaurants, entertainment, and TAX FREE factory outlet shopping. Hop in your car and the Conway Scenic Railway, Story Land, churches, hospital, hiking and bicycle trails, tennis courts and golf courses are just minutes away.

Premium Riverfront Sites – Secluded Tenting Area – Big Rig Friendly

Fun Cycle Rentals Onsite. Try something different…it’s a blast!

Onsite Kayak , Tube and Canoe rentals available with shuttle service

Country Store offering many unique NH and New England made products

Local attractions – From wildlife to outlet shopping it’s all here in the White Mountains

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Reservation Info
We are thrilled you have chosen to spend your family vacation with us here at Saco River Camping Area. We believe its the best family camping experience you can have in the North Conway, NH area. Please review our FAQ section before completing this form or reserving online. Also, please remember, you must be 23 or older to reserve a site. Get ready for a great family vacation.
Drive In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Saco River Camping Area is located in New Hampshire
44.0206 N
-71.1184 W
Get Directions
From the North – follow Rt. 302/16S through downtown N. Conway. Continue to head south on 302/16S until you see the TJMaxx/Christmas Tree Shop Plaza on your right. The entrance to the Campground is on the right side directly following the Plaza. From the South – Follow Rt. 16N through the town of Conway. Stay on 16N until you begin to enter North Conway. You will see a series of traffic lights. The entrance to the Campground is on your lefthand side directly after the Irving gas station and just before the TJMaxx/Christmas Tree Shop Plaza. From the East – Follow Rt. 302 to the 16 Junction. You will see a Burger King on your left hand side. Take a right onto 302/16N for about 200 yards. The entrance to the campground is on your lefthand side directly after the Irving gas station and just before the TJMaxx/Christmas Tree Shop Plaza.
5 Reviews of Saco River Camping Area
First time

The first time my wife had gone camping. We have a bell tent and fit perfectly.

First time

The first time my wife had gone camping. We have a bell tent and fit perfectly.

Tight fit

Well staff is great prepare for tight quarters and plenty of noise.

Nice campground

This was a nice campground. It was right on the Saco river. We tubed on the Saco river and it was like a lazy river. So nice and relaxing. Everyone there was very friendly. They have bike rentals, disc golf, ping pong table, outside big chess game, pool,

outlet shopping was near by, near by historic sites, like kangamangus Highway, diana’s Bath, cathedral ledge, we went atv riding,

very nice quite family oriented campground

First to Review
Friends trip!

I used to go to the saco river every summer and would camp here and one other pace. This is fairly priced especially if you go with a big group. The camp ground is really spacious and offer pretty much all the amenities that a family would need. So young and old folks will be able to share in the fun and excitement.

The camp sits on the saco river and offer swimming, canoeing, rope swinging and fishing depending on when you there. Most often people float the saco. In rafts, tubes, canoes what ever you can float on. They offer shuttles right from the camp ground that will pick you up and drop you off on the river. Most of the campgrounds on the saco do offer shuttles similar. Grab your beer and a flotation device and your ready to go. It also sits at the foot of the white mountains….So if your trying to get you 4000' footers on your good to go. Make sure you bring a beer for the top of the mountain.