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41 RV Parks near Exeter, New Hampshire
Jul 2019 - $50.00
We reserved a site here without checking the reviews. We usually do for hotels and other things. It was a last minute decision and we booked it in haste in fear of not being able to find a campground in the region. Bad decision. I wish I could say nices things, but it is hard. We liked that the campground was wooded and the location of our site. Our site was spacious enough. Other sites seemed much tighter and other areas much more crowded. We stayed for 6 days (too many). Everything others said is true. Not well kept, dirty facility, dirty dump station, garbage bin overloaded at the entrance next to an abandonned camper, wifi almost non existant, no cable tv (even though they left the cables hanging on the site. The river is muddy, narrow (almost like a brook in some areas), shallow and messy, we had brought our kayaks - only went out once... I think they are still dirty even after many wash. They promote that they rent canoes and bikes... haven't seen the bikes and the canoes must be from 1975. We didn't try the pool - given the condition of everything else, we figured it was not worth trying. Washrooms were not really clean - and ever heard of toilet paper holder that actually spin? Pay showers - we didn't use, pretty disgusting looking - we decided that short showers in our camper was the way to go here. Many seasonal campers (I really wonder why) form a little community here. Some of the trailers have been there for years and haven't been washed since. Very noisy over the weekend with people playing loud music, kids shouting and parents also shouting and swearing. This could be a nice place, but the owners don't seem to care much. They'll take your money and that's it - and it was expensive too. We didn't get a weekly rate, nor a 7th day free as advertized. Almost 400 CAD. Will never return. Walmart parking lots are much nicer and cleaner. - Teddy Pooh
Jul 2018 - $35.00
This was by far the worst campground we have stayed in. We booked for month of a July and were assured we would have a 50 amp site. On arrival we found that they had not updated the electrical as planned. The dirt roads had pot holes so large they could swallow your vehicle. The owner had all the equipment necessary to repair but never did. It was so bad it was torture to come and go from campground. Trash around campsites and dumpsters made the place look unkempt and was never picked up. Sites were not level and collected rain water causing mosquitoes to be unbearable. We ended up leaving early it was so bad. - Angela_Remi
Aug 2017 - $60.00
Pot holes everywhere, no restaraunt, showers out of order, urinal didnt flush, not worth the money, great for over night but any longer forget it! No cable, when they say limited wifi they mean it. Not very well maintained or clean! Was told when making reservations wifi was being upgraded .. not inthe area we were in! - Camper6772
Aug 2017 - $50.00
We went in with high hopes but our bubble was quickly popped. The owner was nice and she helped where she could but there was a lost reservation so check-in took a while. The pool had clear water but the sides and the bottom were very dirty or stained or something, cleaning or painting is needed. The sites were it rough shape as far as them being neat and clean and level. The utilities were fine but the sites needed grading, brush cleared and probably a number of trees removed. Many of the seasonal sites were cluttered and spilling over into neighboring sites. There was a nice entry road and the playground looked nice but that was about it. We were hoping to find a gem close to home and close to the beach but that did not happen. Maybe with a lot of TLC this could be better but to be real good a re-design of some of the sites would be needed. - Happy Camper X2
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Staying in a tent is uncomfortable enough! Without the creepy landscaper coming around to see if your "alright dear ". The campsite was full of roots , very hard to set up a tent. The campground is old and run down with no sign of fixing it. The bathroom lady was very nice and tried hard to keep it clean. But we won't stay here again !! The pool is falling apart, nothing for kids or adults to do, too many old people. The owner is a crabby lady and mean. Hire someone else to do the work around the campground!! - Campground star
Aug 2019 - $52.00
Great park! Great place for kids, with all the activities and amenities.
Sites are very large. Only complaint would be lack of a pool. Reminds me of resorts and campgrounds from my childhood. - Fran_Dawn
Jul 2019 - $57.00
Great location in New Hampshire. Easy to get too. the campground was well laid out, its about 1 mile in from the entry way and office. Nice country store, small put put golf. Nice walking trails. grand kids loved it, great site with spacious fire ring. very comfortable location, and campground. site was big enough from our 44' MH, roads we at time tight but maneuverable. we would defiantly stay here again. - Chief55M
Jul 2019 - $52.00
50 amp, FHU pull-through site. This campground has over 400 sites and most of them are seasonal. Park is well maintained, heavily forested and has many amenities. We asked for a basic W&E site since we were only spending one night here but nothing was available. At these prices (prevalent throughout the northeast) you would expect WIFI and cable TV but not here. Several OTA TV signals were available. We would not return, the prices are too high. Interior roads could use better markings and if you should happen upon anyone else there would not be room for both vehicles. - Bob & Stephanie
Sep 2017 - $40.00
If rated on customer service, this place would be a 10. Sadly, this park is in the process of being sold to developers. It is a convenient park but not designed for larger rigs. Watch out for low wires. - Charisma1965
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Not a campground by any means, more like a trailer park. No teen activities little to no activities for younger kids or any activities are put on by other campers/residents Campground employees are quick to Yell at you for going to fast yet they pass you on their 4 wheelers, that's another thing. 4 wheelers are constantly going all over the campground like its a ATV park. Yet they are not allowed unless you're part of the click. One of the owners is more than happy to tell you it's quite time while roaring around the camp at midnight waking my kids with the sound of his 4 wheeler.
The public restrooms are a filthy outdated mess. WiFi only at the office with no place to sit or any privacy. With so many campgrounds out their I will never bring my family there again.
Don't waste your money. - Happy sober camper
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Horrible experience! When i called to reserve a two week spot, the woman on the phone took a five day payment. Upon arriving at the office to check in, we were told that our chosen site had been taken and were given another site and were not allowed to choose where. We were told that we had to use their power convertor (which unplugged and spoiled everything in my fridge and defrosted everything in my freezer). The bathrooms reeked of mildew. The showers were pay showers with tiny heads that only sprayed a mist, and you could not adjust the water temperature. When I went to the office on day three, the woman behind the desk... the same one who checked me in said, "Checking out, correct?" Shocked i replied, "No, when I phoned and checked in I told you we needed a spot for two weeks." I was then informed that someone took a seasonal spot and i was given two hours to pack up and leave AND find another place to stay. Please note this campground is located next to a prison, the dirt roads are poorly maintained and only fit one vehicle at a time. The only positive thing that i can say is that the fishing was great. Lastly, they had two activities listed but both were cancelled. Another camper told me that they plan and cancel most activities. Do not ruin your vacation by staying at this disorganised slum of a campground. - country camper69
Jul 2016 - $40.00
We camped in a motorhome. This was a stop on the way to a convention so necessary to dump tanks and fill with water. Staff was very friendly. Sites were grass with little distinction between the sites. Camp is situated on river with marshy area nearby. Whole camp was wet, perhaps from recent rain. Lots of mosquitoes so hard to enjoy being outside. One of two washers was being repaired (things happen) so did laundry in town. Lots of seasonal campers. No patio or designated patio area. - Al Z
Aug 2015 - $40.00
This was an interesting place. Mostly seasonal who are responsible for cutting their own grass I guess because we heard plenty on lawnmovers and other sites were in need of a cutting. Place is quiet and many campers were inside by 9:00. We did not find it to be very buggy, just a little once it got dark. Views of the river were nice but you do get a smell of marsh at low tide. Staff was nice and were most of the campers. We found this campground to be very boring. Partly because it was small so walking it took no time at all and partly because there was nothing to do in the campground or the area. We did use the pool one day which was nice but it could have been a little cleaner. Not sure if we will return. - Happy Camper X2
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Stayed recently, and definitely will not return. The mosquito problem is so significant that you almost can't leave your tent/RV -both day and night, and beyond the typical dusk/dawn mosquito feeding times. Took the dog for a walk at 8am in bright sunshine and we were both attacked by swarms of mosquitos - literally dozens. Off repellent with 30% deet was only marginally effective, and we could not sit by the fire due to the sheer volume of mosquitos.
Campground was clean, with good level sites for tents. The small staff was accommodating, friendly, and helpful, but we were prisoners inside our tent most of the time due the the mosquito problem. We were also sold firewood on-site that still needed a good month to dry/season and would barely light. This may be a good campground for the seasonal camper who owns a boat, due to boat ramp (but in water that you cannot swim in), but beyond that, there are far better choices out there. The owners really need to treat the campground for mosquitos and deal with this significant problem. In 20 years of camping, we have never seen such a significant mosquito issue. - Mr Joe P
Oct 2018 - $50.00
Now I understand why there aren't many reviews. Most sites have trailers and most seem to be long term residents. Pull thru's are on the grass and there were only a few. If all you want is a place to sleep this may do. - pungo3805
Jul 2018 - $47.00
Traveling in a 43ft Class A with 4 slides and tow vehicle. GPS was incorrect on arrival location so look at maps before arrival. Entrance/exit is a tight squeeze due to an unmanned shack located in the middle of the road. They are very strict about the speed limit being walking speed. Pull through sites are the best for big rigs, which are located near the office, the other sites are located in the treed section and had lots of branches, mosquitos and biting flies. Site was grass and fairly level. Full hookups and utilities were good and conveniently located. Good Direct TV satellite and AT&T cell service. Convenient to town with all shopping needed and close to beaches. - Big Rig Travelers
Jul 2015 - $45.00
We arrived a day early which caused some consternation for the lady at the desk. Check in took a while and after much consideration she determined that the site which had been reserved for us was available and we wouldn't have to move. The site was in deep woods, no satellite service. We were parked below the level of the sewer and the pipe was a good six inches above ground. We had to have limbs cut to open the slides. They did so promptly but normal maintenance should have prevented the need to call. Gravel at the site was tiny and mixed with dirt, it was a constant pain, tracking into the coach. It rained hard while there and we had gravel and mud splashed up onto the sides of the coach almost 3 feet above ground. No washing is allowed so I had to use a bucket, water and sponge to rinse off the bottom of the coach before travel. This was one of the dirtiest campsites we've had on this trip. - LivinTheDream
Sep 2017 - $42.00
This campground was purchased by new owners maybe a couple of years ago. Nice couple. Sites are okay, nothing fancy. Lot of seasonals. You cannot use your own washer/dryer due to their septic system. Do have washers/dryers on site. Nice pool but we didn't use it. No cable but we were able to use our satellite. Before booking, ask about your site since there are quite a few trees. Quiet overall. - Lover of Cairns
May 2017 - $50.00
New owners here are very nice and friendly. Campground is very quiet this time of year. There are train tracks nearby but this did not bother us, we love hearing trains. Sites are large. Many sites are seasonal and campers were all working on cleaning up the sites or adding decks etc. Pool looked nice and the owners were busy getting the place ready for the season. All the hook ups were great and modern. Bathhouse was older but very clean. - Happy Camper X2
Aug 2019 - $71.00
Stayed here a few times in the past but this was our first time in our new trailer! Absolutely love this campground and would highly recommend paying them a visit. Great place for a seasonal stay! Lots to do close by. Bring your own kayaks! The pond is beautiful specially when the lily pads are flowering. They DO NOT rent golf carts - Highly recommend bikes but very doable to walk to where you need to go. Lots of seasonal families that have been going there for years! - NHN2PUPS
Jul 2019 - $55.00
Beware when making a reservation at this campground using the Passport America program. They will only give you the discount if you book through Passport America. Which we did. But when we arrived at campground the front office informed us that corporate Passport America doesn't communicate very well with the campground, therefore they only had us booked for 4 nights versus the 14 days we requested. This was over the 4th of July period so we had booked months in advance to make sure we had a spot. We eventually were able to stay for the entire 14 days but it was quite the hassle. The campground is basically built in a swamp so the flies and mosquitoes are fierce. The dumpsters were extremely far from the campground and were only accessible by car which is very inconvenient. There were lots of activities for children and two nice pools. There are mostly seasonal campers here but on the whole they were friendly. We would not stay here again due to the whole booking hassle and the bugs. The roads need some serious work as there were many, many unavoidable potholes. - lesinga
Aug 2018 - $64.00
The pretty blue-color pond shown on their website is actually a vegetation infested pond and we were cautioned not to swim in it, not that we would be interested from the appearance anyway. There are many full-time seasonal campers, many very old trailers and areas surrounding are unkempt. We were in A01, across from the pool where loud music was played all day, and our site was surrounded by three-dirt roads heavily trafficked by golf carts and vehicles which made a constant dirt cloud surrounding our site. It was Labor Day weekend, but we made our reservations 2 1/2 months prior to our visit and were told this was the only site available, probably because of the numerous full-timer/seasonal sites. We have stayed in many campgrounds and some better than others, but this truly was a big disappointment and honestly misleading from their website and Park Reviews. Their new Camp Store is nice and the Camp Registration, Camp Staff are friendly and helpful. There were lots of kids and games scheduled for the kids. It was a surprise to us that it is listed as an Encore Thousand Trails RV Resort, as most of those we've seen are much nicer. We would not recommend this campground and will not be staying here again. - Bill and Karen Smith
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Very wooded park, good roads and level sites. Boat launch available and fresh water pond on property with beach. If you want cable TV, you need to borrow a converter box (Xfinity) with a $25 refundable deposit. No OTA signal to speak of. No WiFi but good Verizon cell coverage. Mostly seasonals in travel trailers and park models and a handful of transient sites. Try to get in the sites numbered 25-29.
We stayed here to visit the grand kids who live nearby. They came to visit for a day and we sat on the beach then had dinner. Visitors pay $5 per adult and $4 per kid under 14. I thought this was a little steep. The beach wasn't all that good.
We decided we'd go back again but we'd try to get the sites on the edge by the beach (25-29). These were more secluded and in better shape. - jplante4