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25 RV Parks near Henniker, New Hampshire
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
Jun 2019 - $39.00
Stayed for one night on our way up north to White Mountains. This is a small campground of mostly seasonal residents with older RVs. We had a spot near the lake beach area. We were the only ones in that small area so no issues with pulling in or privacy. If all the spots were filled, it would be tight and crowded. Overall, this was a good campground for a one night stop. - a688218
Oct 2018 - $34.00
Roads are a little tight (turns) Water 30 psi, shared spigot. My 35 foot hose just made it. Electric 125 volts Sewer hose will not screw on because it is in a concrete bowl Site not level (Wheels off the ground) and soft as my 5vers wheels sunk in about 2 inches into the ground. ABC is the only OTA channel, no cable AT&T and Verizon 3 bars Price based on a Monthly rate (4 weeks not 30 days) $962 (34.36 per night) I was billed for 30 days but only given 28. The new owners are very friendly. They just bought it a couple of months ago. - rynosback
Aug 2018 - $20.00
This campground served its purpose for an overnight stay. It was raining when we arrived, so we didn't explore much of the campground. Seemed to be mostly permanent residents. Water, electric, and sewer were good. - RVhappyHere
Aug 2018 - $41.00
Probably the worst campground I've encountered. When I saw the site for our 22' TT, it looked like a place to park your tow vehicle. I wanted to change, but the only open site I saw was a pull through that was total mud. We were in a section on the map marked for transients, but they all looked seasonal to me. There was mud everywhere--on the roads, at the sites. Our site had no surface, but there were some spots that weren't mud so we decided to stick with it. You had better be damn good at trailer backing, as out site was as tight as I've ever seen. When the trailer was in, the hitch was almost in the road. Everything was in disrepair. However, the utilities, including wifi, worked well. They said they were Good Sam, and gave us the discount [and it cost 40.50], but I didn't seen any GS logos around. Unless you're really desperate, skip this one. - hudsonguy
Jul 2018 - $45.00
This a a small campground that is off the beaten track. Very muddy with all the rain. The sites are mostly back in within loops. Our site was 59 and when we backed in we were blocking 58. I went back to office and she said not to worry about it. Very shaded site. We did get some satellite signals but not all. No issues with the utilities. Would not stay here again. - Vicki K
Oct 2017 - $32.00
The name comes from that this place is 1 mile off of Hwy 9/202. Aside from the sign at the entrance, there is no clue that this place is here as it is buried in the woods near a small lake. This is primarily a seasonal campground and about 10% of the sites are set aside for short term visitors. Of these, I noted only 2 pull through sites and there is a small tenting area as well. We were presented with one of those full color maps at registration showing our site, but had difficulty locating it as there were no signs pointing to which numbers were at each junction and I simply missed the turn. Someone on a golf cart noticed we were lost and led us back to where our site was. Similarly, there was a stop sign with the register here notice, but until you found the office at the far end, you felt you were going to someone's home. Since most are permanent seasonal residents, signs are not needed for them. That being said, this is a very nicely laid out campground in the hills and woods. We were there mid week and most of the seasonals were away, so it was a very quiet evening. Overall, this is a very nice campground and I wouldn't hesitate to return. The hills and trees prevent satellite and OTA reception. - Trailbuddy
Oct 2018 - $45.00
What a dump. Very tight both getting to CG and in the CG. Sites are very tight and unkept. One big dirt hole. Sites not level. Don't waste your time or money coming here. - Gmapatime
Oct 2018 - $45.00
Stayed 3 nights. Space was small and tight to get in and out. Campground mostly seasonal campers that appeared to have been in place for years. Was placed next to a seasonal that appeared to have been in the space for many years. Fire ring was unusable as not cleaned out from last camper. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Believe it was overpriced for the amenities and spaces. Would not stay again. Roads in area VERY difficult with most under repair. - Jimbeau
Aug 2016 - $36.00
Oxbow Campground is all about families, with a range of activities available & planned weekend events. About 20% of the sites are designated for short term (3 days or less); the rest are seasonal. Campers leave their RVs set up & return on the weekends. Golf carts were commonplace, as the campground is fairly spread out.
The weekend we were here, passing through one night on the way north, there was a Halloween celebration (in August) with full blown decorations, the kids in costumes, hayrides, a DJ. This made for quite a lively & noisy campground. The kids, including the teenagers, seemed pretty happy, and nary a cell phone in sight (no service!!).
Our site (90) was nearer to the front, and so we had a lot of traffic around us, coming & going: cars, golf carts, pedestrians, Halloween celebrators, maintenance workers, people walking dogs, etc.
We had low hanging branches on our site that looked likely to damage our motorhome on the way out of the pull-through. The owner was very responsive to our request & immediately took them down.
There are tight turns, some large rocks on the edges of the driveways & lots of branches throughout the park.
The wifi is limited to the area in and around the office. - RockyMountainMama
Aug 2018 - $50.00
This is a weekend bring-the-kids kind of park for fairly local folks. Many trailers left on site through the season so families can come on weekends. We stayed in the G section comprised of back-ins with open sky for satellite access. Sites are HUGE and utilities worked well, although the hookups are at the rear instead of near the center. Owners need to trim the trees along the roads as they scrape the sides of RVs and they need to tend to the many pot holes. A little out the way from the interstate and 20 minutes+ to Concord, but an okay place to spend a few days. - ramblin' vagabonds
Sep 2017 - $24.00
Limited choices in the Concord area, this is intended to be a destination campground and has a lot of seasonals. But it worked for me, I was in the newer section out in the open where my satellite dish worked, wifi did not. - ldukeb
Aug 2017 - $48.00
Stayed in new 50amp gravel road area. Didn't have good feel of other seasonal sites plus golf cart drove behind your site for convenience from pool/ horseshoe pits. Nice pool and mini golf. Didn't find bathroom until leaving on seasonal side. My learning when they say they are putting you in the "new section". It maybe lacking the camping feel. Booked 9 mo ahead in hopes of a pond site. Be specific in what your asking for. - ThePattersons
Aug 2019 - $84.00
This campground has become one of my favorites. The overall park is very clean and well managed, seasonal sites were very well kept, transient sites were well sized and mostly shady, though the group area is very open and sunny. The park is mostly seasonal campers, but are largely separate from the transient area. The pool area is phenomenal- large hot tub, kids hot tub, 4 large pools, some were heated. Lots of chairs/loungers, very clean. Stay in the park and enjoy the pool. Many activities, and bingo is a big draw. This was my second visit here and I enjoyed my stay both times, will definitely return. My only complaint is the amount of golf carts, seems every seasonal site has one, but not allowed for transient campers. Would be nice if they could rent them, like other high end campgrounds do. Some roads are a little tight but all paved, small stream runs through the park to a sandy beach. - Mavenheath
Jul 2018 - $66.00
This was a return trip for us but our first trip tenting here. This was our rough it weekend as we left the trailer at home and were tenting with the kids. We had 2 sites and plenty of room for 4 tents. It was raining when we checked in but the sites drained very good so all was good. We selected this campground because of the beautiful pool complex and without AC we wanted to be sure we could swim. We know that this campground is about 70% seasonal and has many golf carts but guessing due to the rain, a lot of seasonals were not there for the weekend. We found the campground to be somewhat quieter than in the past and we enjoyed our time there. We will return but probably with our trailer. - Happy Camper X2
May 2017 - $81.00
This is a very large campground with lots of activity. Most of the sites were seasonal and the residents and guests get throughout the park in golf carts. We were here Memorial Weekend and it was so crowded you could hardly get to your site for all the kids on bicycles and the golf carts. This is a huge community of weekenders that leave their rigs here throughout the season. They had lots of staff that were very helpful. Interior roads are very tight. Had to unhook the tow to make the tight turns up the hill. - GMS Lucy
Jul 2018 - $42.00
We stayed at AHC for 2 weeks in order to visit family in the area. Our feelings on this campground are quite mixed. We found the owners to be courteous and responsive when we had an issue. When we arrived check in was quick and polite. We were put in site #7. Here's where our issues with the AHC began. The site was very unlevel, we tried multiple positions and couldn't level the rig including using all our leveling blocks. I spoke to the owners who claimed that they had never had a problem with any big rigs at that site. Keep in mind the site was so unlevel that we borrowed 8 - 2x10 boards from the owners to add to our own 10 leveling blocks to finally get the rig level. The rear duals on one side were almost a foot off the ground!! For the owners to say they never had a problem borders on incredulous. On top of this we had requested a 50a site and received a 30a site. This CG is definitely not big rig friendly. Our site was sand/dirt as it appeared most sites were. We will not be staying here again. However, if I was camping in a smaller 5th wheel or TT and staying for just a few days I would consider it. It has a cozy feeling, the pool was nice, and they have lots of fun activities for families. - Dave and Deb
Jun 2018 - $45.00
We stayed in a back in site. It was very tight getting in with our 44' MH. The site was nice. The fire pit was great. Restrooms and showers were very close by. Easy access to main roads. Would stay there again. - Chief55M
Sep 2017 - $44.00
I gave this campground a 7 because a) it is one of very few options in the area and one of the best, and b) the staff was really nice. Otherwise might have been lower There is a huge variety of sites - some more private than others, some easier to get in, some full hookup, some W/E, some more sloping. We chose site 81 which is in a bit of a separate alcove with 3 other sites, W/E. It is next to the lake, and right next to the walking path along the lake. So it is much more private and quiet. The site was great when we stayed as campground was not full. Verizon stong - 3 to 4 LTE There are quite a few seasonal campers here who apparently leave their units over winter, or for periods of the summer, etc. I'm guessing summer and weekends would be quite busy The bathhouse we used was horrid - lots of bugs, not very clean. It cost a quarter for the showers! But WORSE was there was a dribble of water - hard to get hair washed. My husband paid his quarter and didn't bother showering. Shower head and handle flopping around - geez needs a lot of fixing. The office staff were great both on the phone and in person. We stayed here just for a night as we had flown into Manchester, rented RV, and then went to Maine for 2 weeks. Needed place near Manchester on nite before returning RV We are from Colorado - have a fifth wheel and truck camper - camp 10-12 weeks per year. Camping in Maine (and NH) is certainly different from the western US. - chinookgeo
Sep 2007 - $30.00
The owners were friendly and the full timers nice to the weekenders. The campground was quiet and relaxing. They also own a beach about a mile away that you can bike too. Here are the drawbacks to the campground when we visited. The roads were very rough with low branches, at our site we had to use 75' of hose for the fresh water, the site was not level and a bit small. The owners (new) are working to make many improvement to the campground. I think that in a few years this will be a winner to visit on a regular basis. The owners might be able to contact the soil conservation office to help them with drainage problems. We will visit this campground again. - wahooo
Jun 2005 - $24.00
Stayed here on Father's Day weekend. Because it was raining they did a free movie night with popcorn in the rec room on Saturday. National Treasure - it was great! They put on an awesome breakfast spread on Sunday. Reasonable rates, good eats, good company. Very nice sites, most private and shaded. Seasonal campers are a friendly bunch. They patrol their campground which was great, made me feel like they were looking out for me. The kids enjoyed the game room, spent a fortune on pool! Check them out! - gallora
May 2005 - $24.00
Campground has new owner in May of 2005. My family stayed there for Memorial Day weekend. What a blast. Karoake, BBQ, Ice Cream Social, water slide for the kids. The owners are a married couple with kids, great family. Friendly and involved. Safe campground, they keep track of the campers. Seasonals are friendly and fun to hang out with. Previous reviewer stayed when it was owned by different people. New owners are flexible with number of units in sites. Give them a call! I'd recommend to anyone. They've changed their name to Idle Times Campground. - gallora
Aug 2019 - $58.00
Signage to get to Campground is terrible and don't follow your GPS; once at campground staff is friendly. Campground roads are tight and dirt and mud. I was camping in site 225 that is right on a corner and had no room to park toad without blocking a site on either side of me. A few of the pull trough site in the 200 section are not bad. I had no cell reception at all, and there is a fee if you want internet unless you walk into rec room. There are three nice out door pools and one inside that all looked inviting. There are many many seasonal's and many look very run down and had been there for many years. I will say everyone seemed friendly and place was quiet enough. - TC88
Aug 2016 - $42.00
The park caters to seasonal campers, but has an open field for transient RVs, the "200's." The sites are somewhat cramped in the 200's and getting a 32ft TT backed into some of the spots can be challenging. They have a handful of pull throughs.
A neighbor RV did have problems with the park 50 Amp service, he had to use a dongle to utilize just half of his 50.
The best part of the campground is the pools. The kids had a great time in the pools. Sunday morning we ate in the campground restaurant, which was decent. - johnbaker
Jul 2016 - $46.00
Nice environment, clean restroom/showers, well stocked camp store. Lots of seasonals. Transient site was in tightly packed area. Our site had lots of exposed roots. Cable consisted of 12 channels and was often fuzzy. Wi-Fi for a fee; did not use. Pools were nice. Game room was lacking. Adult rec building becomes breakfast restaurant on weekend and food is good (and reasonable). Single bar on AT&T and Verizon cell service. Overall good weekend experience. We would return. - Bigdave2165