RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Timberland Camping
Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
No 30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 50 ft.
Timberland Camping is located in New Hampshire
44.408 N
-71.0889 W
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5 Reviews of Timberland Camping

The campground is alright. The tenting sites are small and have very little privacy. The campground is next to a highways and train tracks. The only upside is they do have showers that are 50 cents for 8 minutes. There was a river walk, I did not walk down. There is also a store in the front.

Great location, great people, great time

We went back to the campsite over Memorial Day weekend and had the same great experience as before!! They had a potluck dinner on Sunday, so nice to sit and talk with other campers as well as the owners!

Love it

We were here back in September of 2018 and have a trip already planned for the end of May 2019! We fell in love with the family feel, nice campsites, location and the owners are just fantastic! Love the picnic they had for Labor Day!

Rustic campground nestled close to Mt. Washington

This is a cute little campground that is great for people who are coming up to go ATVing or hike the mountains. It is a little far from civilization ( it took about 30 minutes to get everywhere). There were a few activities while we were there. They had a cute little store, a nice pool, free range chickens and a great playground. The only downside was the mosquitos. They were so bad all week!

First to Review
Great amenities and good people

If you love the White Mountains but Dolly Copp is a little too rustic, Timberland has amenities to make your camping trip a bit more manageable.

This campground has a great store and a heated swimming pool up front, coin-op showers, as well as a pinball/game room and laundry. There is also a great playground and a beautiful nature trail along the Androscoggin River.

The campground tends to have a mix of tents and RV folks. Some of the sites are a bit small/close together, so look elsewhere if you are going for seclusion. But if you like to have all the amenities, this is a great campground in a good location, close to supplies, groceries and restaurants in Gorham, bike and boat rentals are available in town as well. Just outside the presidential range of the White Mountains, you can find many many hiking trails ranging in difficulty from a 1-hour easy walk to a waterfall to the summit of the big one, Mt. Washington.