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24 RV Parks near Enfield, New Hampshire
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of Enfield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Enfield in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $42.00
This campground is very friendly and inviting! New owners are very nice and helpful. Stayed for the weekend. Beautiful view of the water and beach is clean also very convenient to highway to go to the center of Lebanon. Over all we had a great time! - Tracy winder
May 2016 - $38.00
The campground is tiered on a hillside. It was impossible to maneuver our 38' fifth wheel on the top level but the owner moved us to a lower spot. It is a difficult place for large rigs to get in and out of. The hook ups worked fine and we had a beautiful view of the lake across the street. The wifi was excellent! The sites are unlevel due to the hillside. This was a nice campground and the owners were very friendly and accommodating. - Melodycthomas
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This was our 4th time at Mascoma in the past 8 years. New owners are great, very helpful. There are many seasonals, but still several open sites for rent. People were friendly & location is great as it is close to major highways, recreation, sightseeing, shopping, etc. Would definitely stay again & again. - CJKC
Sep 2019 - $60.00
Very nice park - very clean, staff is great. There are a couple of levels... lower level has small but acceptable dog area, upper area has a HUGE open field you can walk your dog or let them run loose. So much to see in this area - make time, stay long enough to see as much as possible. Some sites have lovely patios - but all are nice and most very level. - Dixies Mom
Sep 2019 - $58.00
One of the best stays ever. Not only was the staff friendly and the sites flat and well-maintained, but they had helpful handouts. Places to eat? They had a handout. Day trips and things to see/do? Handout. Rainy Day activities nearby? Handout. The extra information was very helpful. - DebGA
Aug 2019 - $60.00
Love the facility, very neat and well kept. Staff very friendly and helpful. Will definitely stay here again. - Mazzie
Jul 2009 - $5.00
This park is no longer open for camping. Day use only - optomyst
May 2008 - $15.00
My favorite campgrounds. Super clean and excellent maintenance of sites. Fire rings with adjustable and removable cooking grates! Water is available as well as a dump station at the bathroom shower building. Very quiet, well maintained hiking trails. Your hosts are wonderful people! - jofus
Sep 2019 - $44.00
The park is well maintained, quiet, and very pleasant. Owners are very helpful and welcoming. They are very dog-friendly, which is important to us. Very easy access from Rt. 91. - Bob and Linda
Aug 2019 - $44.00
We only stayed one night, but for some reason, I really lijed it. We were in the lowrr level, site 48. Very hard to get level and utilities wer
e on opposite side, but 1 nite we didn't care. We had a nice view of the pond and fountain. - TBWard
Jul 2019 - $37.00
This is a great campground! It is in a beautiful wooded setting. There is a very clean above ground pool and a really nice swimming pond. Owners were very nice and helpful, check in was pleasant. Sites are on gravel and grass with table and fire pit. Would definitely stay here again if ever back in the area! - Admiral II
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Park has large, fairly level campsites throughout the park. No hookups, but outlets available at bathhouse or covered area near entrance, where there is wifi available.
Simply beautiful campground, friendly staff, and interesting state. - SDgypsy
Aug 2016 - $50.00
A great family campground . Everything is spotless clean . Employees are very helpful . A bit of highway noise from route 4 but not all that bad . It does get quiet at night . - GDM
May 2016 - $20.00
This is a great state park, set in a forest of tall stately pines. The campsites offer considerable privacy and are fairly large, most able to easily fit 2 large tents and 2 vehicles.
Some sites pair up nicely with others for multiple family/friend get-togethers. I recommend sites 9,11, 32-38 but I did not see a bad campsite. Amazingly it is an easy walk to the gorge, shops, and visitors center but has a feeling of isolation and is very quiet. - Ronahue
Aug 2018 - $37.00
Nice RV park that is tucked back in away from the busy highways. There are many seasonal campers but their sites were nicely maintained. New ownership as of 7/18/2018 who are working to improve the park. The areas for short term guests have electric and water hookups in a nicely treed part of the campground. No circuit breakers on pedestals. Restroom and shower facilities were very clean but had pay showers. Small pool and playground that appeals to kids. There is a nice stream bordering the property. - linnemj
Aug 2016 - $38.00
One of the best parks we've visited, great location, tall pines, wonderful perennial gardens, quiet, tended by very conscientious park hosts, several of whom stopped by to chat, as we were enjoying our campfire. We stayed two nights, the second night's stay - late arrival- around 8PM, was unforeseen due to unexpected tire issues and the host on duty was a bit snippy, as we couldn't locate an easy staffer to register with. he later apologized. The facilities were immaculate. This park is well off the main roads and was as quiet as one could possibly wish. We strongly recommend this park. - Dondi-496
Aug 2009 - $30.00
My husband and our two dogs chose this spot as the place for our maiden voyage. The campground was very clean and welcoming with lovely flower beds scattered here and there. The brook was cool, clean and refreshing! This is a great place for families with young children to enjoy the simpler pleasures. We enjoyed hearing and watching the young children at play. We had a wonderful, relaxing stay and hope to go back very soon. - Trish R.
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Great place if you want to retire. I don't know what's louder the campers or the crickets. It's lights out at 8:30....pretty awesome. - Scooby1
Jun 2015 - $25.00
We first chose Pine Haven because of the location to most of what north New Hampshire had to offer. It is about a 45 minutes to an hour drive to many of the great sites. First off, this is a campground and not a resort, so if you are looking for resort style camping, this is not for you. What you do get is a wonderfully run campground by some wonderful people. We had planned on staying two weeks but extended two more weeks to have some work taken care of at Camping World. We looked at five other campgrounds closer to Camping World, but none of them were as nice as Pine Haven.
The owners take amazing pride of Pine Haven and it spreads to all the people that stay there. The seasonal campers are by far the nicest group of people we have met since we started full time traveling six months ago. The sites are large, private, and well shaded. Water and electric were ideal, Wi-Fi had some issues, but being taken care of by the staff. There was minimal cell service for Verizon so several times we had to drive a few minutes down the road so our calls wouldn't drop (obviously not something controlled by the campground, just an FYI). Bath houses are old but clean, laundry is in a covered porch, needs to be updated and has cold water only.
There are events for children and adults, which usually have great turnouts. It is very quiet, even when fully booked during the 4th of July weekend. Typical noise during the day, no disturbances at all, and completely peaceful at night. If you plan on coming here for a weekend party blowout, go somewhere else.
The nightly rate is based on a monthly rate for our stay. If we return to New Hampshire next summer, we will definitely return to Pine Haven. - pfogleboch
Aug 2014 - $36.00
This campground is a hidden gem among the campgrounds in NH. It is clean, fun, and friendly. There is much to do in this area and discover. You could hike in Tenney mountain area or shop in local antiques or bargains. If you care to travel a little the White Mountain attraction are not far. Your hosts/owners are gracious and more than helpful for all your needs or information. Sites are level and more wooded with w/e hookups at river. We stayed in a pop-up. - Hargus
Aug 2019 - $35.00
Level grassy sites easily accessible to my 37 FT 5th wheel. Pleasant, helpful staff. There are full timers but plenty of transient sites. Would stay again if in area. - Johnspjr
Aug 2019 - $43.00
We stayed at the park for six days. Very family oriented. This is an older park. The one thing that bugged me was being nickle and dimed to death. Shower was 25 cents for eight minutes of water. Free Wi-Fi was not usable. Pay Wi-Fi is $1 per day per device. This service was adequate, but not great. The park charges $1 to pick up a package that you had sent to you at the park. The park speed limit is 5 mph and they have unneeded speed bumps. The reason the speed bumps are unneeded is there are so many potholes in the roads that driving over 5mph will shake you to death. The park has some trees, but not the spot we stayed in which was in the lower section. Our spot was a mix of gravel and grass. The site was a pull through, but we had to back out because there was not enough room to make a turn going forward. Many spots are seasonal. Verizon was two bars. We probably will not stay there again. - John 31946
Jul 2017 - $38.00
I have to agree with a previous reviewer on their appraisal of the park and the way it's set-up. We also heartily agree that the circle area on the other side of the pond was very quiet at night, one of the main requirements for us to give a good review. We also concur that the staff we dealt with were very friendly and accommodating, and the WiFi, although at a slight per day cost, was very strong. However, two items I wanted to mention were the utilities and the roads. This was the oddest utility layout I have ever seen. The water was at the front of the site, then the electric box, then the sewer connection was all the way at the back. We like the RV to be further back off the road, so we needed 2 sections of fresh water hose, but we had to maneuver the rig first so that the electric cord would reach. Then once we connected the water, we needed one section of sewer hose fully extended to reach the drain. It worked because we carry more hose than normal, just a little odd. And then there were the roads, or maybe goat paths would be a better term to use. Someone sold Crow's Nest a bill of goods with all the speed bumps they installed, because they definitely are not needed. There are so many potholes and bumps and rocks that I would have been crazy going 5 MPH, let alone anything faster than that. Fix the roads and you have home that I would return to. - Love To Travel 2
Jul 2017 - $38.00
This was a hard one to put a number to so I settled on a 7. This is a basic campground that is set up in 2, maybe 3 sections. The front section is a flat field with 4 rows of campers. A somewhat tight area with the outer 2 rows being seasonal for the most part and the middle 2 rows being back in sites that seemed real short, those with a long trailer did not seem to be able to park on the site. The back section was where we were, it is a circle with the inner part being full hook up and the outer section being water and electric. In addition, there was another road that had 8-10 tent sites with no hook ups. This area had trees, was more spacious and had a little privacy. There is a small section between the front and back with a few pull through's out in the open and a road that had water and electric sites on the river which seemed nice. We enjoyed our time here and found this to be a campground that families liked as there were a number of larger families with a lot of kids running around and riding bikes. The campground offered some fun and unique activities for the kids. The owners here were very nice and friendly. The store had wood and ice etc but did not really look at anything else. We took advantage of the pool which is very nice. The bathhouses were older but very clean. All in all it was a pleasant weekend and we enjoyed what we did. We would stay again if we were in the area or could put together and family gathering at a somewhat central area but not sure we would travel out of our way just to stay here if that make sense. - Happy Camper X2
Oct 2018 - $20.00
The park is beautiful . The campsites are spacious and private for tents and trailers/rv"s of maybe 25 ft or less . The auto road up to the top of Mnt Ascuyney offers outstanding views . The big drawback for me is the highway noise from Interstate 91. It is more than noticeable and constant day and night and for this reason I would not camp here again unless it were just an overnight stop . But for a day use trip up the auto road its worth going here . - GDM
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Mt. Ascutney State Park was the last stop on our week-long ME-NH-VT camping trip. We stayed for two nights, checking in on the last Friday in August. The campground was VERY empty. I counted about half a dozen occupied sites. It was so quiet, maybe a little TOO quiet. The ranger (young man) at the entrance was very helpful when checking in, and had no problem getting a couple bundles of wood out of storage for us. We took the auto road up, hiked to the top, and climbed the observation tower. Our campsite was quiet and spacious, no road noise and well secluded from the other sites. Very primitive and peaceful. No hookups, but the water spigot was directly across from our site so it was easy to fill our 5-gallon jug to refill our pop-up's water tank. Our gray water tote and cassette toilet were easily emptied at the dump station on the way out. Claremont, NH was just a short drive from the campground, and it was fun to explore town a little. - NTL1991
Aug 2016 - $18.00
No electric , water , or sewer at campsites. This is camping in the true old school fashion. But a beautiful park with plenty of hiking trails and a steep climbing auto road that will take you up to some nice views but not to the top of Mnt. Ascutney. You have to hike the rest of the way for that. There are some sites that would work for I would say up to a 28 or 29 foot trailer/RV. Lots of good tent and pop up sites though. It is a quiet, natural place if that's what you like. Like all the Vermont State Parks we've been to, the staff were helpful and friendly. Seemed to be a favorite place for Porcupines at night for what ever reason. Worth a few days visit for sure. - GDM