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52 RV Parks near Center Harbor, New Hampshire
We did however find 52 campgrounds within 25 miles of Center Harbor. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Center Harbor in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $48.00
The park is super clean. Our pull thru was spacious. The internal roads are a little tight but manageable. The laundry is spotless and reasonably priced. Lots of road noise. - K5R
Aug 2018 - $51.00
We stayed at HH while visiting family nearby. The park was nice but with multiple visits to the office we found the office staff to be very unfriendly. - Pattie Chester
Aug 2015 - $42.00
Park is very clean, it was one of the cleanest campgrounds we have been to. Most sites have some trees between them and are shady. The park was full for the weekend yet it was very quite. The people working in the office/store were very nice and helpful. It is located near everything you need. - nh kayak
Jul 2014 - $35.00
This is a CG that I have camped at many times, although I have not been here in over 10 years. The CG has changed a bit. They have added full hookups at every site (except for the strictly tenting sites). The seasonal population has grown in a big way. This is a disappointing trend that I see at every private CG we visit. I understand the need, I just hope these owners put an effort into preserving the traditional camping experience for us traditional campers. The facilities are nice, and as I remembered them for the most part. Where the game room once was is now a large leisure room with sofas, chairs, a fireplace, and large TV. I had really hoped the Bocci court remained as it was over 10 years ago, unfortunately it has not. The court has been moved, and is not longer even playable. The surface is just loam/dirt, and full of stones and dips. There is no way you could play a decent game of Bocci on it. I was disappointed with this as I remember spending hours enjoying multiple games of Bocci at this CG years ago...times change I guess. The pool was nice, with plenty of places to sit (multiple table & chars sets for lots of folks). The game room is dead. It has been moved to the basement and is now a dark & musty room where a bunch of half broken items sit. The laundry facilities were nice, and we used them. The showers were as I remembered. However, the ventilation system is not working. Couple that with the humid weather and it gets unbelievably stuffy & hot in there while showering. You have to just throw on the bare minimum of clothes so you can open the door to air it out. We did mention this to the owner and he was grateful for the feedback. He said that he is in the process of correcting the shower ventilation system. We also busted his stones about the Bocci court...he said it is on the list...lol The Moutonborough Town Beach access (you get a beach pass from the CG office) was a 5 minute drive away, and was a wonderful beach! It is worth mentioning that the firewood he sells was top notch! No soft wood, and it was perfectly seasoned, easy lighting stuff. So many CG's have absolute crap firewood, and it is a shame. We will be returning for sure! - BigNuge
Jun 2014 - $59.00
TERRIBLE - I can't make that clear enough. We booked a site here for Laconia Bike Week. We asked for pictures of the site but never received more than a verbal description. Since we were pulling a large fifth wheel with bikes in the back, we wanted to be sure the site was adequate to get the bike out and back in the toy hauler. The person we spoke to assured us it would be fine. When we arrived at the address using GPS we were afraid we were in the wrong place. The location appeared to be very run down. We made our way to the office and were directed to our site . The site was not level and was dirty. Getting the bike out would have been next to impossible. If you plan to ski on the site maybe but getting a camper set up and bike off...never. If it rained it would have been a muddy mess driving bikes in and out. We complained to the office that the location was not as described but we were told the reservation was non refundable. We decided to leave and lose the money rather than stay in this horrible location. We found another campground that was great. This campground is not a good representation of New Hampshire beauty! - Ttown
Jul 2013 - $31.00
Great location if you want to party or fish in the tourist town of Weir Beach. Not on beach or lake area but close to everything. Our 36 ft motorhome towing a vehicle fit into the back-in space just fine. We requested a site with no trees so we could get our DirectTV satellite to work. Unfortunately, the site is very bare, and they just laid down large rock into the site. Picnic table they had at site was very old and broken; also had a tire rim for a tire pit. This campground mostly caters to permanent trailers and 5th wheels that park here all summer. The good thing I can say is it was very quiet during the week. The laundry facility only had one washing machine and 2 dryers, so we ended up going into Laconia to do our laundry. - kemosabe
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Wonderful place. The lake is awesome and the campground is very nice but not all sites. Take the number 78 : perfect and very spacious and private but the wifi don't go there (ok at 4 meters). The showers are perfect and spacious. A very very nice laundry room. We can rent canoe or kayak at the campground to go in this wonderful clear big lake : $30 for a day and $15 half day. We loved this place. - Galaf25
Jul 2014 - $35.00
For what we want, this was a great place. Smallish with a few seasonals but very friendly. It is an old family run place with a sort of terraced type feel. There are a few sites on the lake but most across the street and up a hill. If you are worried about driving in a small hilly area, this might not be great for you. The top, where we stayed is up the hill and in an open area but the terraces are slightly tight. Great small view but the lake is right down the hill and access is good except crossing the road. The beach is great. Some people had jet skis and left them on the beach. We had a small boat and used it every day. The lake is lovely there with nice homes on the island. There is a small state park across the bridge. The people are great. The sites are big enough but the power is sort of questionable. We lost it a couple times and blew it with too much usage but it was OK. There is a play area on the top of the hill we saw kids playing. Other campers were nice and very friendly. We would stay there again because we like the feel. It is a little out of the way from any town but we enjoyed the lake. - FrancisandRenee
Jul 2010 - $32.00
This camp is a gem. It's on Lake Winnipesaukee with its own beach for the kids, canoes and kayaks for paddlers and moorings for boaters. (Marina next door). They feature tiered sites so all sites have lake view. Roads are paved. There are 11 sites at the lakeside; 8 sites on the tiers plus various camper and tent sites up on the field area. All the rest of the sites are neat, well-kept seasonal campers. Our spot was on the second tier, reasonably level, good voltage, good cable TV, good Wi-Fi because near office and good for units up to about 30 feet long. Maybe longer rigs can use the field up top. Big rigs: no. - BbTrombone
Sep 2016 - $90.00
We stayed here for the Labor Day weekend. This is an older mobile home park which is in the process of including RV's as the older units are removed. It is a very desirable location as it is only a few minute walk from Weirs Beach boardwalk and all of the local activities. The owners were very nice and accommodating and checked with us apon our departure to make sure that everything was satisfactory. The 50 amp service was new and strong. - FlyHotAir
Jun 2016 - $100.00
We stayed at Hill's during bike week. Hosts were fantastic. The location to downtown was great. Not your typical campground but a great place nonetheless. Would definitely stay again. - Hans Cramer
Jun 2018 - $50.00
This is truly a campground. Not big rig friendly unless you stay in the field out front. The field only has 15 amp so the staff directed us to a site that had full hookups. We had expected to be in the field and we should have. Tree branches were scraping along the sides and roof as we drove in. Then after two failed attempts to back in to our site we pulled in. Too many close trees to back in and the site was narrow. Hookups were at the back of the site and on the wrong side when you pull in. We had just enough hose and electrical cord. Only 30 amp. It's $45 for electric. $5 more for water & sewer. 3 per night for cable which we couldn't get to work. No satellite. No over air channels. We were just there two nights for a concert so we didn't care. Restrooms and showers were clean. Small laundry. 2 of each. Small pool. Lots of seasonal campers. Very narrow roads, close sites. It was shady and staff was friendly. If we ever come back we'll stay in the field out front even though road noise will be worse. - Patricia57
Jul 2018 - $51.00
This is an older campground with mostly seasonal sites. The roads are very narrow, winding and hard to navigate if you have a rig over 26 feet. It is not big rig friendly. It has no cable and can't get satellite reception because of high trees throughout the campground. We were able to get 1 station on antenna. Wi-fi is available only at the office and not throughout the park. There are 2 steep hills getting into the campground so be prepared to "bottom out". The park accepts cash or check no credit cards. The best part of staying in this campground is the beach and access to Paugus Bay. We were able to put our kayaks in the water without leaving the campground. There is also a foot path from the campground that leads to Weirs Beach (about a 5-10 minute walk) where you can enjoy shopping, water sports and restaurants. - Roger & Mag
Aug 2015 - $44.00
Beautiful views from campsites on "Wigwam" street. Site 118 needs a little attention.When parked next to the utility the wheels on the other side of trailer need to be raised 6-8" (to level trailer) as site tapers downward from utility to other side. Other than that site was large with a fire pit made with stones for the border and a large stone at least 3' high for the back (pit was 4'x2')! Train comes by 3 or 4 times a day one way and then the return trip.If you are a NH resident bring your fishing poles and license and go fishing in Paugus Bay.Campground has a swimming area and trails that can be walked on to get you to Weirs Beach.Office has supplies and a game room and wood for sale.Campground is nice enough that I will go back. - stoosher
Aug 2013 - $35.00
I give this camp a 10+10. We stayed at the wonderful campground only 1 night. I wished we could have stayed much longer. We were on the road 27 days and this was the best of the best. We camped in a 34 ft. RV. So peaceful, our site was right by the water. We roasted wieners and watched chipmunks play. Everyone was very friendly. I highly recommend this park, especially if you have children, but even if you do not you will enjoy it. - annhack
Aug 2019 - $28.00
Great campground. Sites are level and clean. Sites toward the front are sunny, and normal size toward the back are shaded, much larger and more private.The owners and staff are friendly and helpful. They work very hard to keep the bathrooms and shower very clean. The laundry is also kept clean. I am adding this one to my favorites list. Campground Wi-Fi is about the best the I have experienced. Verizon hotspot was very weak, ATT signal non-workable. - AbdRahim
Aug 2019 - $23.00
This has become the campground we compare all other campgrounds to. It’s been 4 yrs since we camped here and to the untrained eye, nothing has changed. But on closer look there are some minor changes, all for the better.
Roads through out the park are hard packed crushed stones, eliminating the muddy walks we took 7 years ago on our first stay. About a dozen new sites have been added, most are for seasonal campers (Ames Brook is generally 50:50 seasonal vs transient sites). Sites continue to be well spaced from neighboring sites with natural buffers between (trees, shrubs, etc) most have 50 amp, while a handful only have 30 amps. Tree branches above and along the roadways and sites are kept clear, allowing the tallest of rigs to safely pass. Sites are clear of debris
Sites are level, have fire pits and picnic table. Water pressure is high, we use a regulator.
Bathrooms are very clean and showers are hot with good pressure. Laundry is good also.
Camp store is still well stocked with camping gear, rv supplies, recreational supplies and groceries, saving you a trip to town or city.
Game room with arcade, small playground and summer swimming pool keep young ones with something to do.
We used Passport America which is accepted on specific sites and certain days and cash.
Needless to say, we will stay again if in the area. - yesmar
Aug 2019 - $50.00
Sites are large and well spaced. Lots of privacy. We had one of the few pull thrus and it was very large site. Easy access to the lakes and White Mountains. WiFi was pretty poor, but that is only complaint. Take the time to go to the top of Mt Washington. Would definitely use this park again - RCM11
Sep 2018 - $54.00
This is a large wooded campground with very spacious sites with woods in between each site for complete privacy. Nestled in the hills near Lake Winnipesauke with easy access off Interstate 93 but a couple of miles so you don't get road noise. The roads inside the park itself are pretty bad. Frost heaves are very deep and it's bumpy, windy and hilly but doable. Hopefully they'll redo these roads soon. The sites are back in but easy for big rigs to get into. They have crushed rocks, full hookup 30/50 amp with strong cable. Staff was extremely nice and there's an indoor pool here as well as playground, horseshoes etc. No onsite propane refills. I didn't use the park wifi as it was not free but hotspots were good. Verizon was 5.5d/3.4u without a booster and 12d/5u with a booster. ATT was 10d/1.7u w/out a booster and 15d/2u with a booster. T mobile was also good over 10d w/out booster. Shopping and activities are plentiful in the nearby towns. You don't have to go far to get everything you need. The laundromat onsite was small. 2 single washers/2 dryers so we went to Village Laundry which was about a 15 min drive. It was very clean. It uses a card system which required a single $1 bill to start the card which you can then fill up with larger bills. No coins accepted and no credit cards accepted. - Jessie1975
Aug 2018 - $50.00
This is the 3rd year we've stayed here, and probably our favorite RV park. The lot size is amazing, and each lot is surrounded by woods on three sides. Really great firepits, mostly made of huge boulders. So much privacy. They have a nice indoor swimming pool and hot tub, and the campground across the street (same owners I think) is right on Lake Pemigewassett, so there is kayaking and canoeing. The only reason I didn't give a 10 star rating would be the rough roads - although I think that is mainly caused by tree roots, a side effect of having lots of trees! - Florida Honey
Aug 2018 - $42.00
We stayed for two weeks as a a celebration for our 50th anniversary was being held in Meredith. The good: Site was very nice, woody, and level. Lots of seasonal residents but somewhat segregated. Nice area for walking with room for all types of camping...tent, pop up, any sized RV. WiFi, cable and utilities were excellent. Drainage mostly good, but some patches of mud which could have used sand. Laundry facilities were good and in working order. Location was close to eateries, the Lake, and shopping. The inconvenient: arriving in the pouring rain at 11:50 the greeting was about the $10 early registration fee. The road in and out of the park is a single lane wide. The roads and turns are somewhat tight. Also, they are very strict about visitors, another first for us. For a park with quiet time, a 6:15 am noisy garbage pickup seemed out of place. Maybe warn the campers ahead. We would recommend this park, but encourage you to read the rules before you commit. - TailsAwagging