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12 RV Parks near Colebrook, New Hampshire
Jun 2015 - $35.00
The campsites are located in a valley. The road leading to the campsites is a narrow gravel/dirt road. If it rains the road is subject to gullies.
The sites are not numbered very well so be sure to use the map you are given at check-in.
The owner was not friendly and the campground needed some work.
We would never stay here again. - Rick & Carol
Nov 2017 - $45.00
We stayed at Notch View in the fall. It is located in a nice country setting and it was very quiet and only a few sites were occupied. The staff was great. The upper sites have a view but not the lower sites (which are most sites). All of the basics are here except no cable or WiFi. We got 1 bar on our ATT phone. There are a lot of seasonally occupied RVs present on the property. There is probably little privacy when the campground is occupied. - Halifax
Sep 2016 - $45.00
"Notches" in the local lingo are mountain passes and the camp has fine views of 5 of them. Dixville Notch, home of the first presidential vote reporting (the few residents gather at midnight to cast their ballots) is one of them. The park is ATV/snowmobile oriented, with trail connections on the grounds. Price reflects weekly rate. Wi-Fi is spotty; best near the office. This is the northern-most reviewed camp in New Hampshire. No satellite TV problems. The genial owner had local information and the Chamber of Commerce downtown (on the second floor of a bank building) had lots of maps and suggestions. - Mtmoi
Sep 2013 - $23.00
OK campground. No Wi-Fi, cable or antenna TV. Open sites close together. They pander to the ATV market. As we do not have an ATV, we just stayed one night and rode around the area. - JimSC
Sep 2018 - $1.00
just my 2 cents....stayed there for a few nights, dont recall the cost. these folks are the best! - Brian Bond
Jun 2014 - $20.00
If you're into four wheeling/ATV'ing, snowmobiling, camping, boating, hunting or fishing, or you just enjoying the Great North Woods of new Hampshire, you will love Log Haven. Direct Trail Access to hundreds of miles of ATV trails with some amazing wildlife that very few people ever get to see. The friendly owners have provided a one acre, private and fully enclosed parking area for you to keep your ATV's, snowmobiles, boats trailers etc. during your visit . You can leave directly from the "Toy Coral" and hit the trails, then come back from your ride and have your favorite beer and burger in the cozy Log Haven Restaurant and Lounge. Also, the campground power was updated in 2013. We have had no power issues. - Eric & Gayle
Sep 2012 - $22.00
The bad thing about this campground is that the power is still unstable. We came with a group of 23 rigs, and we also overwhelmed the power system as a previous reviewer reported. I saw voltage readings of less than 100 volts. I would definitely not camp hear again and plug into their shore power. - CarlW
Sep 2011 - $25.00
Came here with a group of 13 rigs. We completely overwhelmed their electrical system. Voltage fluctuate over a range of 10-15 volts depending on load. Our voltage went as low as 104 volts. We were afraid to turn on micro or toaster without having the generator running. Also the ground was soft, not terribly level and jacks sunk in quite a bit. And many sites didn't have sewer but they have a dump site. There is no ATT cell phone coverage and Verizon phones only received a very minimal signal. On the positive side: the owners were helpful and nice, the restroom and laundry facilities were clean and the setting was pretty. - GerMarV
May 2019 - $35.00
We were in a site on the lakefront. Beautiful spot. Gravel surface, not too bad leveling-wise. Fine for a class B like ours or a travel trailer or small class C. Might not be a great place for a class A. Road in is dirt and can be muddy. W/E sites are 20A. There is no 30A power here. hookups are between pairs of sites and can be far enough to need an extension cord and long hose. Showers are coin operated and perhaps the best ever encountered at a state park. Amazing water pressure and plenty of hot water. 25 cents per 3 minutes. With this pressure, 50 cents is plenty, as you'll have blasted every bit of dirt from your body. Very limited hiking along the river where it flows into the lake. Lots of other hiking in the area, but getting to it requires driving. - df1
Oct 2017 - $20.00
The Rate is a guess as I do not remember. This was the second year we did a late fall stay at this park just a few miles from the Canadian border. The W/E sights are in the open but spacious and some are along the river where it enters Lake Francis. The sights without W/E are dispersed and wooded and offer varying degrees of privacy. For tent campers there are some excellent walk in sites with tent platforms. Everyone should be able to find a nice site at this campground. Staff is helpful and available but not intrusive. - Ronahue
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Sites with electric and water were mostly open but large and level. Their are many secluded and level RV/ tent sites as well as some beautiful walk in tent sites. - Ronahue
Aug 2008 - $18.00
This is a no-hookup park. The sites along Spectacle Pond were close, accessed by a steep one lane road. Sites were shaded, and some had direct access to the pond for kayaks and canoes. We would stay here again. - Jay Rutherford
Jun 2006 - $20.00
This is a no hook-up state park in NE Vermont. We had site #57 which was large enough for our 30 ft class A but with a downhill entrance and not level at the bottom of the site. Some sites were more level, many had uphill approaches. There is private land to one side but the next campsite is quite close. We pulled straight in to get a very nice view of Spectacle Pond. There is a small, rough path beaten through the bushes to give you a tiny bit of water access from the site. The mosquitos were ferocious. The roads into the camping loops were dirt, quite narrow and rutted in spots. Trees branches encroached onto the road especially after two days of constant rain but the branches that hit the RV were pretty pliable. The park also has lean-to's and cabins. Bathhouses are not heated but you can get a 5 minute shower for a quarter (advertised as hot). The little town of Island Pond is small but nice and has a decent grocery. We also drove the moose loop (105/114/102) early one morning; we only saw one small moose but is was a beautiful drive. It's hard to be completely objective about a campground when the weather is completely lousy but this campground is not particularly well suited for even small class A motorhomes. - mahaffee
Jul 2004 - $16.00
This is a nice state park. We only spent the night but the employees were very nice and helpful. There is a small lake with a campers beach with fishing. There is also a dump station. - Donna P
Jul 2018 - $55.00
Super nice lake. We had a site on the beach. Very small. Our awning was pretty much on the next site. That tells you how small the site are. No place to throw our garbage. We have to pay for a garbage bag. They accept dogs but are not dog friendly. No place for the dog to swim anywhere Dog walk path are outside the site. Owner are not friendly either. - soucy
Jul 2017 - $55.00
For the worst experience! We reserved our site and after five hours of driving we learned that they gave our site away. After talking to the owner manager we had two options take a lesser site that I could not fit in or get my money back. This is not a Big Rig friendly RV park no matter what the woman at the front desk tells you. This is a crowded and minimally maintained park. The roads are very tight and the seasonals take up the rest. The pull through sites have obstacles, i.e., stumps, burred fire pits, utility poles. - JCMC
Jul 2015 - $50.00
Newly improved wi-fi at every site worked well. Beach-front campsite was convenient and much appreciated. Campground staff were friendly and helpful. Camp store had good variety of goods at reasonable prices. Campsites were somewhat small and had little shade, but were close to level and had water, electricity, and sewer. Some seasonal campers and/or guests were somewhat intrusive by using beach immediately in back of our camper (rather than in back of their own and/or their host).
This is a great place to kayak and/or fish. Two eagles and several loons were seen on most days. The town is charming and can be reached even by walking from the campground. The restaurant is quite good despite its simple appearance and is a very good value (and has clean restrooms). There are free summer concerts on Friday nights near the restaurant & town landing in the center of town. Fourth Of July offers considerable activities. The lake offers rainbow trout, brown trout, smallmouth bass, and walleye pike. Nearby Brighton State Park offers largemouth bass and pickerel in its Spectacle Pond. Expect to use your own camper shower. There is no broadcast TV at the campground (unless you have a satellite receiver and subscription service). Local country/western radio station also offers news and weather reports. - Aracz
Aug 2011 - $27.00
Located on Aziscohos Lake. Owners (staff) are very helpful. Fishing, Moose Watch, Loon Watch are featured. Gravel throughout, level sites. 20Amp electric. If you want to kick back and relax, this is the place for you. Come well supplied, nearest shopping is about 16 miles away. - Nemo
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Ramblewood CG is a relatively primitive campground in northern New Hampshire. Roads around the CG are gravel and sites are gravel or grass and pretty level. There is only one flush toilet in the campground and that is in the office, open during business hours. There are "outhouse" type toilets located in several locations around the CG. There are two showers that are open 24/7 and although a bit dated are clean. Utilities are located well enough for convenient use - mostly to the front of the site. The power can be a bit uneven at times, particularly if the campground is over half full. There is Wifi in the office. The appeal of Ramblewood is it's location overlooking the First Connecticut Lake and access to the far north woods of New Hampshire. It is very beautiful and peaceful and one can hear the Loons on the Lake calling at night. The owner is very nice and works hard to keep the campground groomed and clean. We are able to park our 45ft MH in a couple of different sites in the CG - we sort of look out of place given the remote and undeveloped campground but it is one of our favorite places to visit. Sites in general are very private or nicely spaced from the next. There are not too many activities for children right in the campground but they do have a beach down on the Lake and one can rent boats and kayaks or just go swimming. No specific dog area but there are walking paths and open areas to walk the dog. There are also cabins which can be rented either on the Lake or in the main campground. - LvR