Standard (Tent/RV)
Cabins
Tent Cabin
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
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About Tuxbury Pond RV Resort

Join us at Tuxbury Pond RV Resort in New Hampshire and relax along the tranquil shores of Tuxbury Pond, lounge by our pools, and enjoy a variety of fun-filled family activities and events throughout the season. Located in South Hampton, home of two of the area's favorite vineyards and wineries, Tuxbury Pond is an RV resort that also puts you within reach of popular tourist attractions including apple orchards, farms and one-of-a-kind restaurants.

Tuxbury Pond RV Resort is your perfect travel destination no matter what type of vacation you desire. Our RV resort in New Hampshire is within 30 minutes of the Salisbury-Hampton beaches, museums, outlet malls and great culinary experiences. Gather your friends and family and head our way - we can't wait to see you! Family-Friendly RV Resort in New Hampshire Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Tuxbury Pond RV Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.

Operator
Encore RV Resorts
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
No 30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 50 ft.
Location
Tuxbury Pond RV Resort is located in New Hampshire
Latitude
42.8676 N
Longitude
-70.9886 W
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8 Reviews of Tuxbury Pond RV Resort
Okay campground

A little tip about GPS: if you’re using Apple Maps, it will likely take you to a turn that is not the campground entrance, there’s even a hand-written sign on someone’s lawn that has directions to the entrance (seems to happen frequently, I guess). We chose this campground because we got a booking discount on the Dyrt app.

Pros: Friendly staff, clean bathrooms, clean grounds, gated campground with card key access in/out of the grounds, 2 pools (closed for the season during our stay), pavilion, activities/entertainment, fairly quiet during quiet hours, laundromat, playground, dog park, boating pond, Horse shoe & Basketball court.

Cons: No hot water for showers, no separation between some tent sites, strong sewer smell in woman’s restroom & on some campsites, late check-in (7:45 p.m.) was a bit tricky — an envelope with a key card and map were placed in a mailbox for us due to store/office closing @ 6 but no mention of this in the confirmation email & long wait time on hold to find out site # (not included in confirmation email). I believe they use a 3rd party company for reservations. You do not get a choice during the online booking to choose the campsite to reserve & the site # is not included in the confirmation email. The mailbox that had our envelope in it was difficult to locate & we may have not found it if it weren’t for a very kind camper that showed us when she saw us looking around confused at the entrance.

So this is a pro & a con, I will try to start with the negative & end with the positive- Our site was in a field that was near the bathrooms. We were on S1, near a septic pipe & there was a severely nauseating, strong smell of sewage coming from it; we went to the front desk the next day & asked to move to S5, as we were the only ones on any of the 6 tent field sites. They were completely fine with it & apologized saying that they recently had someone there to fix the septic concern. We dragged our things down by noon. Within the hr, there was a large canopy tent set up right in between us & the bathrooms that we were now much closer to & there was a band setting up for their afternoon show. The live band was cool but we had golf carts & parked vehicles pretty much surrounding us & some right on our campsite, it was a little awkward. Then around 8, there was a gentleman that started setting up for a comedy show that they would be doing that night. A staff member came to our site and let us know that there is an 18+ comedy show but there was a children’s movie being played on a big screen on the other side of the campground. This was a nice alternative, however it left us with 2 choices: leave our site (with a fire we just started) for a couple hrs & have strangers & golf carts directly on our campsite again or stay on our site, watch the stand up comedy show & hope our 9 yr old won’t get the jokes. We chose to stay. So, here’s the main positive about the events — the band was good & the stand up comedy was awesome. For the most part, the comedians kept it fairly clean & our 9 yr old did not get any of the jokes that were a little sassy. All 3 comedians were clearly aware that there was a child in the audience & one specific comedian (Rob Steen) said right from the get-go that he was going to keep it clean for his bit & use innuendos that would go right over his head. There’s a high likelihood that we wouldn’t have went to see the comedians if it were held at the pavilion because of it being an adult show so we were kind of glad everything unfolded like that because they were really fantastic. We might return to the campground again but hopefully would get the choice of picking a more secluded campsite next time.

Will not be back

Pros: super nice staff at the campground and on reservation phone lines.

Cons: pond unusable, loud, dusty, golf cart speedway for seasonal campers, smelly (sewer)

Loved it!

Beautiful campground, clean facilities, decently priced. The pool, playground, bathrooms, and basketball court were all open and well maintained. We really enjoyed our stay!

Nice Place

We stayed here for a week, our site was large with full hookups and the area was very clean, some sites in other sections are closer together. There are lots of seasonal campers so if you don’t like that atmosphere this is probably not the place for you. It’s a great base for sightseeing. This is a Thousand Trails Campground and we have had a wide range of experiences with these campgrounds. This is one of the nicer ones.

Awesome ppl that work there ultra friendly campers and nice amenities

Love love love this place but the company that owns it encore they suck but the camp ground is ran by a person named tracie and she is so nice and runs the place she and her staff and the campers is the reason we all stay here.

Disappointment

Mostly seasonal, overpriced. Transients are treated like unwanted step children. I was told I couldn't have a campfire. The entire time I was there they ran heavy machinery around my campsite cleaning up. The site was one I would pay maybe 30/night for most anywhere else. I was charged 80/night. Will never return. By the way other campers had fires and my site had a fire-ring. I stayed here May 2018. (this form will not let me enter this info in the block below)

Love it here!

Beautiful, clean, quiet campground. Just became seasonal and can see our family being here many years, as the other seasonals we have met have been. Lots of transient campers as well. Variety of activities for all ages, including themed weekends. The entire staff is helpful and welcoming. Love it here!

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It’s ok

Been here a few times. Not the greatest. If you like loud party’s then this is the campground for you. It does have a pool and activities for kids but staff was not friendly. Would not go there again