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26 RV Parks near Hopkinton, New Hampshire
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hopkinton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hopkinton in the left hand column.
May 2017 - $22.00
Office staff ladies were great ! The computer had been off for 3 hours. She did a good job, not working with a computer..and allowed us to go to a site, later, a few hours later, the computer came back "on"and she verified the reservation we had made a few days earlier. The WiFi is very slow, we were within eye sight of the office, where the WiFi was located. The good news, we got 8 hours of free WiFi from the young lady at the office. The other nice lady tried real hard to get us hooked up to the Cable TV service. She was trying all the unmarked cable "on" site switches, but to no avail. So we got our $4 cable refund and disconnected. The sites are ample...and because we got there on May 8th at the start of their season, the place was fairly empty. Sewer connection at A26 is at about a 30 degree angle. So we simply stuck the raw end of our sewer flexible discharge line into their sewer line receptor and it worked fine. Our electric and water was on a down slope, you had to be careful not to fall down the slope, but the water and electricity worked fine. All in all, I would return for an over night stay..but without cable and WiFi, it would not be an inviting place to stay for a longer time. It is set in a nice forest environment. Office has a small store..good for temporary food. I liked the place. By the way, please be careful of the old covered bridge..it says it has a 9'9inch clearance, but my rig made it through, and we are 11 feet 3 inches in height. I checked the clearance before attempting to enter the covered bridge...and observed it was around 12 feet or more..so I went thru without a problem. I suspect the fake lower height is to discourage heavy rigs from using the old historic covered bridge. There is a short detour around to the south of the bridge to reach the park destination. I think it was a good value for my Passport America discount. - Joe O
Aug 2016 - $49.00
Section E Roads are tight for campers. - cbshea02
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This is not a resort. Dirty and unkept. WiFi and cable didn't work. Very hard for motor homes to get through. Office girl knew absolutely nothing about the campground. No one for after hours if there is a problem. Stay somewhere else. - BSBren
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
May 2011 - $35.00
Wish I did my homework before I booked this campground. My small site was clean and raked before we arrived, but I was surprised to find a 20 amp fuse (yes, fuse) for 27' class C. After the 3rd one blew, I was told by the owner not to run my AC even though it was 80 degrees, and that I would be charged for any more fuses. I plug the camper into my house all the time and have never had this problem. We decided to ride it out for the weekend anyways, but will not be back. If you like to party, this is the place to be. The crowning moment of my weekend was watching a full grown adult place his empty beer can on my neighbors car antennae as he staggered by at 2:00 in the afternoon with his homeys. They thought it was hilarious. Also watch out for Fido's land mines. I didn't see any proud pet owners walking their dogs equipped to, nor caring to deal with this after the deed was done. Just one camper's humble opinion. Till next time. - bighead1946
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
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
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
Aug 2016 - $69.00
Great pool complex. Our site was plenty big enough, larger than many campgrounds we visit. Enjoyed a couple I've creams from the restaurant. Many seasonals with nice sites but they are some that are cluttered with too many tarps and canopies. The entertainment was enjoyable, loved the pool side music. - Happy Camper X2
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
Aug 2018 - $38.00
A large park with sites for primitive tent camping, tents with electric and water, full hook up for RV, sites for weekenders and sites for "seasonal" some permanent. The park is clean, nearly every long term camp site is tidy, although some have a fun large collection of yard art. The playground is nice, there is a nice fishing spot, the snack bar made us some wonderful steak subs! Pool is updated and large. Beach is clean. Horseshoe pit is well maintained. The park is CASH only. No pet visitors during Race weekends or Motorcycle weekend. - car2ner
Aug 2018 - $29.00
This is a very large RV park. MANY of the sites are used by longtime tenants. The area for big rigs that are short-term is way in the back of the park. This area has no trees and therefore no shade. It could use some TLC, but on the whole is pretty good. We stayed a week, at the weekly rate. The owners were friendly and helpful. The internet router had been struck by lightning, so it wasn't working most of the time it we were there. However the day it did work, it was strong. The park is close to Loudon and convenient to all conveniences. We would stay here again. - GranNan06
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Park is larger than it appears from the road. The owners are very helpful and co operative. There are a lot of locals who have permanent sites in this facility. We were allowed to recieve additional quests without additional cost. We picked a full hook up site and didn't use any of the parks facilities other than a clean well supplied outhouse.
I would definately stay at this park again. - Ritzigal
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
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Based on the questionable previous reviews we went. Apparently only one site is used for non-seasonal campers. There is no sign save for 18x24" hand written corrugated plastic cards sticking in the ground near the road. The office was the second clue about the deteriorated nature of the campground. The site was littered but OK. The electricity was four 15amp plugs (no 30 amp). Only two worked giving only 104 to 105 volts with the A/C on. This caused an automatic safety cutoff. Checking the next site I found no power at all. Power was being brought in by ordinary orange extension cords from the next site. Same across the way. Voltages measured around 108/109 no-load and 105 to 102v with load. Looking around it was clear that the manager had long-term problems with camp electricity. He could not offer a site with 120 volts and refunded our $30. - BbTrombone
Jul 2009 - $30.00
We loved this park. Most sites are fairly level and all are shaded. Our site was directly on the Suncook River. The owners and maintenance staff as well as the seasonal campers were genuinely friendly without being intrusive. The park is quiet, peaceful, relaxing and the surroundings are lovely. If you have fond memories of how camping used to be, then this park may bring those memories back to life. The facilities are well maintained for a park of this vintage. Some of the picnic tables were well-used, but the campsites were clean, the fire pits were raked and the small beach was clean. The location is a good base for exploring the surrounding area. We will definitely visit again. - leorah
Apr 2009 - $30.00
We really enjoyed this campground. From the moment we arrived the owners and staff were wonderful. Everyone was friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about the area. They do a great job keeping the park and facilities clean and in good working order. The campground is a wonderful get back to nature campground, nice shady campsites, and peaceful surroundings. Each site has its own hookup, picnic table and fire pit, which was clean upon arrival. Plenty of room at all sites and campers respect each other’s sites. There are seasonal sites here and the campers at those sites were very friendly and made you feel welcome. Just a relaxing place to stay. They do have a swimming pool, which was kept very clean. The waterfront has a little beach with clean sand, no cigarette butts or trash laying around. There are canoes and paddle boats for rental or you can bring your own canoe. Great fishing too! There is also a play area for children, away from campsites, but viewable from many sites, which was nice to let the children play and still see them in the area, plus the bathhouse and restroom are there too. The campground does offer seasonal activities such as movie night, pig roast and picnics. There isn't a schedule of daily events for children but the one thing that I loved about this campground is that it lets children be children and allows them to get back to nature. It was refreshing to see children using their imaginations and playing flashlight tag, bug hunting, rock collecting and just exploring nature! Children rode their bikes around, they left their sites and made friends with other children and just played like kids should do. This is what camping is all about! This campground is close to everything that New Hampshire has to offer within just a short drive. Great for a short stay or an extended stay. Also, for those who need their morning coffee, Dunkin Donuts is a mile down the road next to a laundrymat, food market and gas station. Convenience within a short drive or walk. We loved it so much that we extended our stay here and we are looking forward to returning this year. - Ameribrit
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