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28 RV Parks near Groveton, New Hampshire
We did however find 28 campgrounds within 25 miles of Groveton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Groveton in the left hand column.
Sites: 100 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 8 Reviews
Aug 2019 - $41.00
This is nice, not so little campground. But it doesn't feel as large as it is because there is so much space between campsites. Sites are extra long, plenty wide and covered in grass. W/S/E hook-ups are located near the middle of each site. Interior roads are gravel, easy navigating for big rigs. Check-in was quick and easy. One of the owners led us to our site and made sure we were positioned correctly for hook-up. Both owners are friendly and knowledgeable about the area. Owners are constantly working to give the campground upgrades and keep it well maintained. Laundry room is clean and neat, although small - only 2 washers and 2 dryers, but the price is only $1.25 per load. Bath/shower rooms are extremely neat and clean. The afternoon we arrived, there was a huge rain storm lasting for several hours, but afterwards the ground drained very quickly. We'd stay here again. - boardman
Jul 2019 - $40.00
Stayed for one night going North. Staff was the best ever, Really felt welcome and enjoyed talking to them. When either host saw us in the park, we were greeted by our names. Park has a lot of long term units but were separated from our unit. Owner is constantly improving campground, something all campgrounds need to do. We enjoyed our stay so well we stayed two nights on our return trip to home. Still had the same great reception. Will stay here again if in the area. - OKeadle
Jul 2019 - $45.00
This was our first time to the park. The roads are gravel and the sites are grass. We had a pull-thru w/full hookups. The sites are super long which is nice and they all face out the exit so when you leave it is easy. This park has an exceptional staff and owner that take pride in the park They are always working, but will take time to stop and chat. They are continually making improvements. The park is in a great location as only about 40 minutes to Mount Washington Cog. There are lots of hiking trails everywhere within a short drive. This is a little gem of a park off the busy path, but still only a mile into the town of Lancaster, NH. We stayed here in a motorhome and will return next time in the area. - Bdunk
Jul 2019 - $49.00
We used this as an over night stop on our way to Maine. Felt this was a bit high priced for what it was. Sites were mushy due to rain and had we not had 4 wheel drive we would have gotten stuck. There was evidence of others who had dug deep ruts in other sites. Several had visible standing water. Office had mentioned that some sites might be wet but not to the degree that we encountered. Sites were not level either. The campground is built on a slanting hill. Wifi was not available at all unless you hooked into the city wifi for a fee. Almost everyone offers free wifi these days. Lastly, we would have appreciated being warned that bears might be around the dumpsters. Had we not been warned by some seasonal campers we would have had a huge surprise when we went to toss our trash. This could be quite a nice campground if it had some attention and improvements made to the sites. The spaces are decent in size and the surrounding area is quite scenic. Also it was very quiet. Would not stay here again. - Traveling Twosome
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The dryer was broken, the site was sand and the sewer bubbled over at our site. There are several permanent trailers, RVs that need to be removed, and cleaned up.
The river has very little water just a small place to swim. The power went out at our site 3 times. It's very hard to drive thru and park. The staff is wonderful and the owner did give us a discount to stay: $40.00 a night for 3 nights. - Sabrina421960
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is an older campground. Only electric we could see was 20 amp. Since the campground is close to the White Mountains, this isn't all that bad, but could be at least 30 amp. Most sites are fairly level, but all are grass and our 15,000# fiver sunk in a bit. Store is good and facilities are clean. While sites are close together, they had few here so there was no crowding at all. - Walt Bennett
Jul 2011 - $32.00
We have stayed here 2 times over 3-4 years. Would stay more if we were not living in GA. So much to do here. The owners and seasonal campers are very friendly. We were invited to pot luck and bingo. Two campers took my husband fishing with them. It is a small campground. There is a clean laundry with 2 washers and dryers. Water pressure was good. Fire rings and tables at the site. - mzc
Aug 2014 - $45.00
This is NOT a resort! Just an average campground. As stated earlier, this campground is not designed for anything over 35'. Sites are good sized and fairly level. The campground is well maintained with gravel roads and grass/gravel sites. Utilities are well placed and function as designed. Wi-Fi is poor to none, depending on location of site. Verizon service is weak and very slooow. They do have two nice pools, one of which is heated. Definitely not a good value for the price. - lllkrob
Aug 2014 - $45.00
While listed as big rig friendly, it isn't. The turns within the campground are too sharp, tree overhangs are many. If you are 40 feet or longer, look elsewhere. Many seasonal renters who were quite friendly. Has two pools and two hot tubs. A buffet breakfast is set up every morning for $8 for adults. Landscaping is tasteful. Internet was very slow or non-existent. Would not return. - EdGuru
Aug 2011 - $37.00
This campground is located across the street from Santa's Village amusement park so it attracts a lot of families with small children. For those families, this would probably be a 10 as it is neat with clean restrooms and nice looking swimming pools. Unfortunately we didn't realize this when we pulled in for a one night stopover. While we do like children, there were just a lot of them, many tired from a long day and some without adequate parental supervision, so a lot of crying, shouting, and other commotion well into the evening. So if you have small children and want a great place to visit the amusement park, this campground is for you. If you want a peaceful evening, then suggest looking elsewhere. - GAnnie
Aug 2019 - $73.00
This is a beautiful campground. Lots of things for kids to do. Office people very nice, assisted to site. Cable is good 60 channels, Wifi is a little slow but works. We would most defiantly stay here again. - plp1280
Oct 2018 - $59.00
Six night stay. Had to cut short our stay by one night but was too short a notice to get any refund. The park was clean, neat, and well thought-out. Although it was just me and my wife this would be a great campground to bring kids. Paddle boats, canoes, playground, pool with water slides, giant chess & checkers, shuffle board. Laundry room was perfect. Bathrooms were spotless. Mosquitoes were thick at our site that was right on the water. Management was great and the store had good selection of items. - germaneighter
Sep 2018 - $35.00
$54 per night but we averaged $35 for our 4 night stay with Passport America discount. W/E50/S/C/I Our campsite was in a wooded area with nice separation between sites and looked straight out at a beautiful lake. The grounds were well maintained and the internet was the strongest and most reliable I have ever had in a campground! Needed a couple blocks to level. This location is convenient to Mt. Washington and other attractions. Would definitely stay here again. - Teddi2
Jul 2015 - $36.00
Can't complain - a very nice campground. We had an 18 foot trailer. Our site was right beside laundry. Only draw back was at night very bright light shined in camper all night, but we blocked it out the best we could. People very friendly, very nice pool, Santas Village down the road. Would stay again, but would request a space couple sites away from laundry. - HappyCamper67
Jul 2014 - $36.00
This is our first time staying at Fort Jefferson Campground. We chose this CG because it is in northern NH, and had hoped for a northern NH camping experience. Unfortunately it is another CG that caters primarily to its seasonal residents. Our site (98) was at the end of a row of sites, completely open with no shade whatsoever. With my rig set up the kids had barely enough room to play on our own site. The constant onslaught of kids on electric cars & bikes got old. I understand that there isn't much room to roam, but these cars going by every 5 minutes (starting at 7:00-7:30 AM) makes it impossible to enjoy a quiet coffee in the AM. Even the owner (I assume it is the owner, he is the only one driving around on a "Gator" vehicle, no other gas powered vehicles on the property) drives around the whole place giving his kids rides....all afternoon...EVERY DAY. It is enough to drive you crazy. If you don't believe me, try it out for a weekend...you will see. The bathroom (one for the whole place) was consistently dirty and ran out of TP almost every day. The showers (albeit free) had very inconsistent hot water. The park next door (Formerly Six Gun City, now called Fort Jefferson Fun Park) and the CG are owned by the same family. I understand the need to stabilize income, and open to seasonals (its happening everywhere now), but this is getting out of hand. The "clique" atmosphere takes over at these places, and makes us traditional campers feel as if we shouldn't be there. I'm not saying the folks weren't nice, but when you go to do the one thing there is to do (the pool) and it is overrun with one family (we learned that one family has 7 seasonal sites here, all with 3+ children each....you can imagine the size of this group!) it definitely puts a damper on your plans. The people were nice, the facilities & sites were subpar, the CG was mostly occupied by local seasonals (most lived mear minutes away). Fort Jefferson Fun Park was entertaining for the kids, but it is not even a shadow of what it used to be. It kills me to see a great little park die slowly like it appears to be doing. I wish they would partner with other local parks & businesses to help improve their situation. If you ever wanted to see Six Gun City, or if you remember it from your childhood, you better check it out before it is gone forever. Sants Village is just a 10 minute drive away too... Bottom line, we will not be returning to the CG. - BigNuge
Jul 2012 - $22.00
The draw of this campground is Six Gun City, same owners and they offer length of stay passes. Many seasonals that seemed mostly neat, no build structures. Sites are tight and you can only do so much with Six Gun City which is geared to the very young. New owners are expanding and improving so in a few years could be better. New bathhouse would be a great direction to go as the one they have is very dated. - Justafan
Jun 2019 - $28.00
Your typical NH state park: wooded, some sites big (like #26 the one I was in) some small. No hookups. Love the peaceful environment and prefer it over private campgrounds. No dumping, no propane. You have to be self contained but you get a quiet, serene and safe place to sleep at night. - MakeLifeMoveBetter
May 2016 - $35.00
Sites and facilities aren't well maintained. Many things in need of repair. Road to Park could be better marked (Jimtown Rd), easy to miss. Pricing overly complicated. Prices vary based on number and age of occupants, read the fine print. Quiet time at 10pm, maybe 11pm would be better during the longer days of the year. Park/Campground is in a decent location. - Adduutfcjffndxz
Oct 2015 - $33.00
This is a beautiful state park near Gorham, NH There are no services but there is water and pay showers in the park. It is wooded and the entrance road is narrow but we did not have problems with it. Not all the sites are level but sites 10,16,31 and 33 are good for RV's but we are 25.2 and I would not want to put an RV over 30ft into some of these sites. They do allow campers of all sizes in the picnic area across the street and there were two trailers there - same price, water near with pit toilets and it is closer to the swimming area. This park does not get many RV's because of no hookups but we enjoyed our one night here facing a field on a beautiful fall day in New England. There are 43 sites here and it is across the Moose River from the office which is on the right driving up. Near the office is the picnic area, warming pool, swimming pool filled with cool, clear mountain water which is open to the public. Walking distance from the main camping loops. Hiking trails in the park and fishing in the Peabody and Moose Rivers. Each site has a picnic table, fire pit, water within walking distance, pit toilets and a bathhouse with flush toilets and pay showers. Check in was easy and the girl at the office (nice roaring fire in the fireplace, store and reading area with a lending library) was very nice and allowed us to change sites. Not many camping at this time of year on a Sunday night about 11 sites were taken, but the girl in the office told us that Columbus Day weekend they were already booked. We did get cell service which was great after not having it at another state park way up north in New Hampshire for three days. If we were in the area again we would stop to stay here. - gsnakehill
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