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30 RV Parks near Danbury, New Hampshire
We did however find 30 campgrounds within 25 miles of Danbury. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Danbury in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $48.00
So this place has a good amount of amenities - but I'm giving a low score because of the way they treat first timers. They NEED TO TAKE YOU TO YOUR SITE - they don't... hard to navigate the trees and the often difficult way to get into sites. Most sites are permanent - the non-permanent ones are mostly fine once in... but just hard to find and get in them. We took path they drew on map for us - and lost our canopy to a tree that leaned in about half way up, and from look of tree - it wasn't the first time this happened. I went to office after and suggested they always have someone help them in - they were ... oh gee we didn't know there could be a problem... We were here for over a week and the showers/restrooms in our part of the park were not one time unlocked - so no idea of clean or not. I would definitely not tell anyone to try out this place unless they are in a smaller type vehicle - if smaller, then it would be nice. Big guys - find another park. Oh, there is in fact a tiny sandy beach here. - Dixies Mom
Jul 2019 - $4.00
This is a very nice resort on Rolfe Pond; our site was very spacious and flat. We had a concrete fire pit, picnic table, good water quality; good electric. Verizon reception acceptable (2 bars). Cable cost us $4/day. Lots of annuals here but sites are kept nice. They have some activities and playgrounds. Laundry room with 2 washers & 2 dryers at $2 per load. There is a beach for swimming. Found a trail into the woods to the next road over at end of Site B-5; then a short trail to an ATV trail. - Kerch Family
Jun 2019 - $1.00
Very clean deep in the quiet woods. No satellite but offers $4 day cable (should be free). Wi-Fi works well. No dogs on beach and no off leash area. Lots of seasonal people spread out but not very many showed up for weekend. Fishing with a license. Interior roads look scary at first but are manageable with no problems. - geo cong
Sep 2019 - $35.00
Nice, quiet park. Friendly and helpful owners. Let us have mail forwarded to the campground. No pool, but had a very nice game room with pool table and ping pong table. Short nature walk. Wifi worked well until the weekend came and the park filled up, then it was in and out. We really enjoyed our stay here. The owner lives onsite and is there any time to help if you have problems. We would definitely stay here again! - Jeff and Deane
Aug 2019 - $30.00
We came in without reservations, but they were able to take us anyway - very nice. Nice folks. We stayed in a pull-thru site which was handy, but a bit crowded. Other pull-thru's were more spacious. Sites around the perimeter looked much nicer. I would stay again. - RVAnne
Jun 2019 - $35.00
Love this place; friendly helpful owner. Clean clean clean park. I was so impressed with this place. I have 2 dogs & there is a nice dog park. When we camp we aren't into staying in the park but more checking out the area. Return for a quiet evening at our site. This place truly rocks! - Gizzypoo
Oct 2016 - $34.00
The electrical hook up was in the pedestal upside down making it very difficult to get a connection, we eventually did it with bungy cords to hold everything in place. The staff was very friendly. There was no wifi at the site but good connection at the office. The site was level, but the exit road had several low hanging branches. - Al and Anne-Marie
Aug 2015 - $1.00
We had a fantastic stay in our 19ft trailer. Beautiful site tucked in the woods. No complaints, really. Staff was very pleasant and always accommodating. Beautiful rock fire pit, plenty of room, level site, and our very own comical chipmunk ! We will definitely return. - Happee Campah
Aug 2015 - $60.00
This campground is absolutely disgusting. It may seem like a good value but you are in for a nasty experience if you go here.
We rented a cabin which looked like it would be fine. When we arrived and opened up the cabin we were greeted by the smell of must and body odor. The mattresses smelled of old urine. There was dirt and grime all over the place, and graffiti on the table. The cabins are situated close enough to the highway that all you hear the entire time you are there is the sound of trucks barrelling down the freeway. The only thing that distracted from the noise were the too-close neighbors blaring music throughout the night (how about a quiet hours policy? apparently not here!)
This place will try to rip you off at every opportunity. They have an additional charge for gate access. They charge for showers. They charge for firewood they have obviously picked up from left over camping wood that has obvious burn marks on it (and may even be distributing illegal and/or invasive firewood, who knows where that wood came from?). They will try and charge you for an entire additional half-day (over $30) for staying over at their pool for just 30 minutes, even though it was rained out for the entire trip except the first day. If you make the unfortunate decision of going here, you should be on your guard and be extra careful.
By far the most exciting part about this place before we arrived was the pool. Turns out it is just as nasty as the rest of the place. The pool has a noticeable odor coming off of it. The reason, I think, is obvious. In their penny-pinching wisdom they have decided to charge for showers. Guess what that means? Probably all of the sweaty, filthy campers are just jumping in the pool to clean off instead of paying for a shower. Essentially, the pool is a giant dirty bath for the entire campground. They apparently try and make up for this by dumping chemicals in that are extremely irritating to the eyes. - leroyjones
Sep 2011 - $35.00
This park was a disappointment to us. The first thing that concerned us was the driveway going from the main road up to the office and campground. It was VERY narrow and had steep, deeply leaf covered embankments on each side -- it looked like if we hung a tire off the side, it would be a really big problem. After checking in, we drove back to our site through a security gate (which was always open, all hours), to our site. We were assigned a site in an open field area, across from the pool (closed for the season). There was no other campers in the entire area and we were given what seemed like the shortest site, on the very apex of the curve of the road, for our 40' rig. We still fit, but of all the sites, the assigned us that one... The sites were grassy, a little slick but all had fire rings. The road in front of the sites was dirt, and deeply rutted out. Overall, the sites were narrow and if we had neighbors, we would have had to park our car across the road from us. Across from us was the pool as well as what looked like a very old kids play set -- looked almost out of Vaudeville and I'm not sure if I would feel safe letting my kids play on the various apparatus for fear of equipment breakage or rusty sharp edges/protrusions?... There was also a very tired looking metal pavilion that resembled an old circus tent that had obviously seen better days. It did not bother us to be camping all alone, the privacy was nice and it was definitely quiet. Could not complain about the power or water, they worked fine. We were planning to stay 2 nights, but decided to just pay for 1 upon arrival since they did not give refunds if we decided to leave... It was a wise decision because we decided to leave after the one night. On our way out, as we turned the corner out of our field area, there was a pretty large fire in the grass out in front of a seasonal trailer. Upon a closer look, it turned out someone, not sure if it was the owners of the trailer or who, was burning the roof of said trailer. We didn't know what to make of the entire situation, but found it odd at best. Would not go back to this campground. Felt we paid too much for being after Labor Day and having zero amenities to offer. Also, pulling out of the campground (using the more northern driveway, as this campground has 2 entrances about 350 feet apart) onto the main road was a little hairy since there is a short, steep hill coming down to driver side of the driveway which blocks visibility of traffic... Plus the traffic coming from the passenger side is not very visible because of the angle of the driveway to the road. Please use caution if you do visit this campground. - WorldWideUnlimited
Jul 2010 - $37.00
This campground did have a security gate but it seemed to be more of a trailer park than a campground. We camped in the field near the pool. There were not many people in that part of the park. It was quiet except for the noise of traffic on the highway behind us. The noise was not bad but for a "thousand acres" I expected to be away from the highway far enough not to hear it. The bathrooms were a long way away from our site so we did not use them. We did walk around the campground and were struck by the very large number of sites that appeared to be seasonal. Some appeared to have been there a very long time. A large dog tied outside of one unoccupied camper barked constantly and could be heard quite a distance away. While our stay was only overnight it was not bad. The site we had was grassy and did not appear to have a solid base that might make it muddy if the weather was wet. I would not look to this campground for a multi- night stay. Other than a very nice pool, there did not appear to be much for kids. - MECamper
Jun 2009 - $27.00
Before reserving a tent site, I asked if this was a party campground. I was assured by their staff that the "Family" in the campground's name meant just that: the 11:00pm quiet time was enforced by their security. I wanted this reassurance as we were camping with our 3-year old and 1.5-year old twins for the first time. I somehow managed to fall asleep around 2:30am, being kept awake (with earplugs, no less) by the blaring music from the loud, drunk, seasonal camper neighbors. Luckily my kids somehow fell asleep around midnight. I got up and went for a walk around the campground at 11:30pm, looking for this so-called security. No such thing. I saw other campsites with fires going and music playing, but at least their music was a bit softer. So much for security, the supposed quiet time, and the "Family" aspect. There are two playground areas. The main playground has old, somewhat dangerous equipment. The other, has wooden equipment next to the bath house. The pool and bathrooms were clean. - Slappy Abernathy
Aug 2019 - $90.00
We booked one trailer site and 2 cabins with BR facilities for our guests. The big issue was the cabins were not cleaned prior to arrival and one had drug paraphernalia in it, The grounds were heavily littered and we were initially overcharged 160 dollars plus tax for having extra adults. Each couple had their own cabin or site and there were a total of 3 toddlers. Poor response to complaint of dirty cabins grudgingly sent house keeper to clean up, but she kept telling us she already cleaned the cabin. We were told the manager was on the grounds but could not be reached. On the plus side, the kids were thrilled to meet Yogi on the hayride. I would not recommend. - Tortise
Jul 2017 - $68.00
We booked this campground thinking it was a Yogi Bear campground with all the amenities and service that a campground in that chain represents. We were wrong. From the start we were amazed at how run down everything was. The washrooms and showers were filthy. There were cigarette butts on our campsite and all over the campground. The pool area was dirty, the patio chairs were disgusting and when we asked if a few of the empty chairs were taken, one of the staff said one was his and he was saving one for a girl. The office staff was friendly and 1 or 2 of the workers were friendly but the rest were similar to the young man at the pool, disinterested and not helpful or concerned about the campground or the campers. We have camped for over 10 years and have visited over half of the U.S. states and Canadian provinces. This campground is in the bottom three of all the campgrounds we have visited. To think that this is a Yogi Bear campground is incredible. - cranmerc
Jul 2017 - $222.00
We rented a deluxe cabin based on our son having been there with his kids last year. It was awful. The deluxe cabin is falsely advertised as sleeping 8 comfortably with two double beds, two bunk beds, and a loft. One of the double mattresses was actually in the loft. We expected small, but comfortable? Not so much. The smell of urine in the bathroom and the bunk room was almost intolerable. My daughter slept in our van because she couldn't breathe the smell was so bad. We called the office and they came, made everything wet, still smelled awful. The entire cabin was filthy, no broom to be seen. The "front steps" consisted of a wooden step, slanted downward and two cement blocks, also slanted downward. We had one serious fall from that. Garbage piled up in and around a garbage can about 20 feet from the front of our cabin. The entire staff, from the office workers, to the managers there, to the young people running the slides and kayak areas were very unresponsive and were of little help. The slides were only open for three hours, a HUGE problem that is not advertised. Once I was told it was the wind (none to be found) and on Sunday we were told that the person running the slides did not come in. So the 12-3 time for the slides (ridiculous and unadvertised) now was 12:30 to 3:00. I told them they should stay open until 3:30. They did not seem to have the mental capacity to understand that. The guy at the kayak place was clueless, barely knew how many kayaks were there. The slide area looks like an abandoned parking lot. Fences leaning all over, ground was stone and mud. The horse shoe pits were a joke. An abandoned field with some metal bars stuck in the ground. Had to rent the horse shoes. Are you kidding? I would NOT recommend this place. - BobInTownsendMA
Aug 2014 - $39.00
Twin Tamarack is a run down campground with shady people both working and staying at the campground. We were only there for one night on the way to Santa's Village with small children. We were put in a wetland site with swamp weeds and mosquitoes near the front of the campground. It is overrun with seasonal campers and golf carts. The store is a joke as they only have a few items and all are behind a counter as if they are afraid people will steal something. The place appears dirty and in need of repair, trash was spilling over the trash bins and people working were unfriendly in the office. Didn't see a single smile from workers or patrons while we were there. We have stayed at many high quality and highly rated campgrounds and this was a very big disappointment. Mostly older clientele and few kids. I don't suggest that anyone stays here. - JMA33
Jul 2013 - $22.00
Well laid out park with gravel roads and sites that are cut into the forest to give loads of privacy all around. WiFi is limited to sites fairly close to office. Good WiFi, good Verizon signal, well-kept campground with nice family feel. Very friendly on-site owners and staff. Pool was a little too green. Lake beach across the road was a nice plus. Nice walking roads around and near the park. - jbrucemagon
Jul 2013 - $32.00
We stayed here for a week to go to the NASCAR race in Loudon. It was a 'rustic' campground. Very few 50 amp sites so we had to settle for a 30 amp site. The electricity was not all that great as the voltage would get too low and trip my surge protector all the time, specially late afternoon when people got home from their daily outings and turned on their A/C units. Sister-in-law came and were told that the site they had did not have cable although they had asked for it, so she piggy-backed on ours. It was a quiet campground for the number of children. - Tundra
Jul 2019 - $55.00
I had originally intended to stay at Meredith Woods Campground (across the street) Clearwater Campground is owned & operated by the same owner. There is no online registration. You can't access a map of the campground online. I called Meredith Woods & made a telephone registration. When I arrived at Meredith Woods, the registrar at the office said that she didn't have us listed there. This was the same woman who took my registration & deposit. When I questioned why, she said that there were no available sites at Meredith Woods, so she booked us at Clearwater across the street. Why she couldn't inform me at the time of registration, I don't know. Clearwater was my 2nd choice and my wife & I are very happy we were sent there. The office, rec center, laundry were all new. Campground roads are narrow & uneven in parts. Sites are spacious & very private. The campground is 75% seasonal; w/ activities for the family Thursday through Sunday. Nice beach w/ canoe/kayak/boat rentals & fishing dock. Snack bar/store at the beach. Beautiful lake. Camping at Clearwater also allows you to use the rec facilities, etc. @ Meredith Woods. The staff were friendly & helpful. They have a summer special, if you book Sunday thru Thursday, one night is free. We would definitely go back again. The "seasonals" were friendly, but we are camping in a restored '77 Airstream Overlander, so people like to stop & chat. Bring bug spray! Lots of 'skeeters in the evening. (I would have given a 10 rating for the site if not for the 'skeeters). The bathhouses were SPOTLESS! That tells me the ownership takes good care of their facility! - Sharp Dressed Man
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Nice campground. It is heavily wooded with campsites scattered throughout the woods. They appear to have several seasonal campers (maybe 20% of the sites), but they are not run down campers, so no issues. The staff was not unfriendly when we checked in, but not friendly either. Didn't seem to want to answer any of our questions. We are supposed to have access to the facilities at Meridith Woods Campground next door (indoor pool, game room, etc) but since we don't have a gate pass, we have to call the office everytime we want to go there so it isn't worth the hassle. Good TMobile service but because of the trees, satellite service is pretty much impossible. However, we stayed in site 125 and was able to put our dish about 75 feet away in the canoe racks area and get service. - Chuck Shrader
May 2016 - $25.00
Lovely campground with lots of shade. Gravel roads, nice beach, swimming area, volleyball, etc. I spent the night on a tent site after a long weekend at Winnipesaukee on an island, and didn't want to drive all the way home. Quiet night sleeping, then hit the road first thing. I'd stay here again. Camped in my '89 Westfalia VW camper. - JudoJeff
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
Jul 2007 - $40.00
Very nice, well maintained campground. Owners seem like nice people and they work round the clock updating and cleaning the campground. Sites were well sized, clean, etc. The campground is close to just about anything you would want to do in New Hampshire. Any criticism would be on the charges for camp activities and deposits required for using rec room equipment. - JButler
Aug 2006 - $30.00
Campground is more than a mile up an unpaved, overgrown and unkempt dirt road. We called to check available site and gave the our dimensions and were told to come. We were not told that the one spot available for a 36', triple slide would be two campsites side by side. Next morning when attempting to leave, we were boxed in by overgrown trees which a fellow camper was kind enough to cut enough limps to get me out. Backing out was not possible. My souvenir is many new scratches on my motorhome. On the other hand the owners were friendly and they have installed new cabins if that is your thing. Not for big rigs! - CT Nomads
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