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50 RV Parks near Plymouth, New Hampshire
We did however find 50 campgrounds within 25 miles of Plymouth. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Plymouth in the left hand column.
Sep 2012 - $27.00
As previously stated new owners are friendly and working hard on improvements. New pool was open. Owners were waiting for pool heater to be hooked up which will be a nice touch. We had a nice site with privacy but theses sites are vanishing quickly because the owners are putting in a lot of seasonals. I doubt that if we wanted to stop here next year we would find an adequate site for our 37' RV. Cable lines were lying on top of the ground as well as water lines and sewer pipes. Labor day weekend was noisy. Folks next to us were loud after quiet time and started using foul language in their conversations but they were all gone in 2 days. Holderness is where they filmed On Golden Pond. The tenting area was nicely set in the woods. Won't stop here again since all the good sites we saw are being converted to seasonal. - rv4rob
May 2012 - $35.00
This campground has new owners who are doing a good job of bringing it up to date. They put in a new pool which was not ready when we were here Memorial Day weekend but which I understand was ready the following week. They are also doing a lot of landscaping. Our sites were fine. We were travelling as a large group and got 5 sites together. The kids participated in the activities that were offered and really enjoyed them. Dogs were welcome. One warning, there were lots of mosquitoes. I did see on their FaceBook page that they sprayed sometime after we visited. I would stay here again. - sbradley
Aug 2007 - $37.00
This was a campground with lots of seasonals. The dump station and showers were out of order. "Just been inspected and approved by Woodall's". The campground was noisy and sites very close together, in-fact my neighbor on the drivers side had his fire roaring within 8 feet of my dining slide. No monitoring noted by owners. - t.c.fal.sr
Aug 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at this campground while visiting friends in the area. I must say the site is better suited for tenters. The access road and roads within the camp were narrow and rough. Numerous pot holes make it easy to maintain the park speed limit, that much is certain. This campground is on river bottom land so be ready for lots of bugs and lots of sand in your rig. Our site was level sand next to the bath house. It was a water and electric site. Utilities were located at the rear of the site, making it necessary for me to drag out my 50' hose. Electric was steady with good voltage. Water pressure was good. We visited the dump station upon leaving the park, and as mentioned in other reviews, it was difficult to navigate. All in all, we were not impressed with this campground and would probably not stay here again. - Airstreamers
Jul 2017 - $38.00
This is a nice quiet family oriented park. Lots of tents and trailers but very quiet at night. Roads are OK but not great. Lots of low branches for motorhomes. Site was good with 50 amp and water. Dump station is convenient and clean. No wifi and we could not find any TV stations even on our antenna. Verizon hotspot worked well. Office staff was very nice and actually came out while we were at the dump station to see if we had any issues with our stay. I explained that our only issue was some low hanging branches for our motorhome. The manager stated that she would have the trimming service that they contact with raise the limbs although to be honest there are not a lot of motorhome site available at this park. We stayed here in a motorhome and would stay again. - RayN
Aug 2011 - $33.00
Management was friendly. The dump site was a bit awkward (natural lean away from receptacle and a tight turn to the right to exit) but adequate. - SCClockDr
Jul 2007 - $40.00
Very nice, well maintained campground. Owners seem like nice people and they work round the clock updating and cleaning the campground. Sites were well sized, clean, etc. The campground is close to just about anything you would want to do in New Hampshire. Any criticism would be on the charges for camp activities and deposits required for using rec room equipment. - JButler
Aug 2006 - $30.00
Campground is more than a mile up an unpaved, overgrown and unkempt dirt road. We called to check available site and gave the our dimensions and were told to come. We were not told that the one spot available for a 36', triple slide would be two campsites side by side. Next morning when attempting to leave, we were boxed in by overgrown trees which a fellow camper was kind enough to cut enough limps to get me out. Backing out was not possible. My souvenir is many new scratches on my motorhome. On the other hand the owners were friendly and they have installed new cabins if that is your thing. Not for big rigs! - CT Nomads
Aug 2019 - $28.00
Great campground. Sites are level and clean. Sites toward the front are sunny, and normal size toward the back are shaded, much larger and more private.The owners and staff are friendly and helpful. They work very hard to keep the bathrooms and shower very clean. The laundry is also kept clean. I am adding this one to my favorites list. Campground Wi-Fi is about the best the I have experienced. Verizon hotspot was very weak, ATT signal non-workable. - AbdRahim
Aug 2019 - $23.00
This has become the campground we compare all other campgrounds to. It’s been 4 yrs since we camped here and to the untrained eye, nothing has changed. But on closer look there are some minor changes, all for the better.
Roads through out the park are hard packed crushed stones, eliminating the muddy walks we took 7 years ago on our first stay. About a dozen new sites have been added, most are for seasonal campers (Ames Brook is generally 50:50 seasonal vs transient sites). Sites continue to be well spaced from neighboring sites with natural buffers between (trees, shrubs, etc) most have 50 amp, while a handful only have 30 amps. Tree branches above and along the roadways and sites are kept clear, allowing the tallest of rigs to safely pass. Sites are clear of debris
Sites are level, have fire pits and picnic table. Water pressure is high, we use a regulator.
Bathrooms are very clean and showers are hot with good pressure. Laundry is good also.
Camp store is still well stocked with camping gear, rv supplies, recreational supplies and groceries, saving you a trip to town or city.
Game room with arcade, small playground and summer swimming pool keep young ones with something to do.
We used Passport America which is accepted on specific sites and certain days and cash.
Needless to say, we will stay again if in the area. - yesmar
Aug 2019 - $50.00
Sites are large and well spaced. Lots of privacy. We had one of the few pull thrus and it was very large site. Easy access to the lakes and White Mountains. WiFi was pretty poor, but that is only complaint. Take the time to go to the top of Mt Washington. Would definitely use this park again - RCM11
Aug 2019 - $49.00
Sites are very sandy. Would be rated higher if paved or compacted gravel. - VtLee
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Very nice park. Near main road, but very quiet at night. Convenient to area attractions and interstate. We were there a bit off season, we don't really use amenities like pool, etc. They have recovered nicely from major flooding a year ago. Pride of ownership shows. WI-FI was sketchy at times but good overall. Would stay if in area again. We stayed in a motorhome. - Kurt D
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Nicely maintained campground, owners and staff friendly and always available to help. Provided good information of places to go and answered any question we had. River borders the campground. Nice area to walk around the campground, trail along a field and a treed trail. Level dirt/gravel site with grass to enjoy the outside. There is a small store, a pool and a game room with a pool table and other games. There was a chili cook off while we were there; unlike some other campgrounds, the seasonals were friendly to us. Lots of things to do nearby and explore the White Mountains. Recommend this campground and would definitely stay again. We were there for 2 weeks. - TravelingParkers
Jul 2018 - $37.00
Pool and river access highlight of this cg. Could be maintained better with tall grass and dirt roads. Nice location for the areas attractions. - Bjb1775
Sep 2016 - $30.00
It has been almost 10 years since the last time we stayed at this campground. We have noticed some improvements, but there is so much more that they can do to make this place great. We stayed on site 12 which was a tree lined site close to the ball field. We did notice that the site had tree berries all over our site, picnic tables, etc... The power was sufficient and easy to get to. The water faucet was on the ground and was a little difficult to connect my water filter to and the pressure was a little low. The sewer outlet was slightly elevated and made for more work during discharge. We were able to get Wifi as well as At&T service at our site. The campground is well spread out and sites for all types of camping. All of the interior roads are dirt (dusty) and have significant pot holes. - clw_man
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We came here for the Columbus weekend to close out our camping season. Friends of ours recommended Branch Brook and met us here. We arrived in a driving rainstorm. The interior roads are dirt and in need of "maintenance". Our site was under water for the most part and there were tree stumps everywhere. I had to work to squeeze our 38' trailer in around them. The site was large and private. The area is awesome with lots of attractions. The price was certainly reasonable. This is a large campground with a lot of open space and I can see why the seasonals like it. It would definitely grow on you if you were a regular. There is so much upside, however, it is a bit rundown and it appears the ownership is not too interested. As a matter of fact, when we got there, we just went to our site and didn't check in 'til the next day (we got there mid-afternoon). Nobody seemed too concerned about collecting our money. Overall, it was a good weekend, the weather cleared, we got out and about, and the campground was actually quite pretty outside the obvious cry for updating. We would return if there weren't so many better options (at this time) in the general area. If someone took a real interest in this place, it could really shine. - Litespeed
Aug 2019 - $90.00
We booked one trailer site and 2 cabins with BR facilities for our guests. The big issue was the cabins were not cleaned prior to arrival and one had drug paraphernalia in it, The grounds were heavily littered and we were initially overcharged 160 dollars plus tax for having extra adults. Each couple had their own cabin or site and there were a total of 3 toddlers. Poor response to complaint of dirty cabins grudgingly sent house keeper to clean up, but she kept telling us she already cleaned the cabin. We were told the manager was on the grounds but could not be reached. On the plus side, the kids were thrilled to meet Yogi on the hayride. I would not recommend. - Tortise
Jul 2017 - $68.00
We booked this campground thinking it was a Yogi Bear campground with all the amenities and service that a campground in that chain represents. We were wrong. From the start we were amazed at how run down everything was. The washrooms and showers were filthy. There were cigarette butts on our campsite and all over the campground. The pool area was dirty, the patio chairs were disgusting and when we asked if a few of the empty chairs were taken, one of the staff said one was his and he was saving one for a girl. The office staff was friendly and 1 or 2 of the workers were friendly but the rest were similar to the young man at the pool, disinterested and not helpful or concerned about the campground or the campers. We have camped for over 10 years and have visited over half of the U.S. states and Canadian provinces. This campground is in the bottom three of all the campgrounds we have visited. To think that this is a Yogi Bear campground is incredible. - cranmerc
Jul 2017 - $222.00
We rented a deluxe cabin based on our son having been there with his kids last year. It was awful. The deluxe cabin is falsely advertised as sleeping 8 comfortably with two double beds, two bunk beds, and a loft. One of the double mattresses was actually in the loft. We expected small, but comfortable? Not so much. The smell of urine in the bathroom and the bunk room was almost intolerable. My daughter slept in our van because she couldn't breathe the smell was so bad. We called the office and they came, made everything wet, still smelled awful. The entire cabin was filthy, no broom to be seen. The "front steps" consisted of a wooden step, slanted downward and two cement blocks, also slanted downward. We had one serious fall from that. Garbage piled up in and around a garbage can about 20 feet from the front of our cabin. The entire staff, from the office workers, to the managers there, to the young people running the slides and kayak areas were very unresponsive and were of little help. The slides were only open for three hours, a HUGE problem that is not advertised. Once I was told it was the wind (none to be found) and on Sunday we were told that the person running the slides did not come in. So the 12-3 time for the slides (ridiculous and unadvertised) now was 12:30 to 3:00. I told them they should stay open until 3:30. They did not seem to have the mental capacity to understand that. The guy at the kayak place was clueless, barely knew how many kayaks were there. The slide area looks like an abandoned parking lot. Fences leaning all over, ground was stone and mud. The horse shoe pits were a joke. An abandoned field with some metal bars stuck in the ground. Had to rent the horse shoes. Are you kidding? I would NOT recommend this place. - BobInTownsendMA
Sep 2019 - $35.00
Nice, quiet park. Friendly and helpful owners. Let us have mail forwarded to the campground. No pool, but had a very nice game room with pool table and ping pong table. Short nature walk. Wifi worked well until the weekend came and the park filled up, then it was in and out. We really enjoyed our stay here. The owner lives onsite and is there any time to help if you have problems. We would definitely stay here again! - Jeff and Deane
Aug 2019 - $30.00
We came in without reservations, but they were able to take us anyway - very nice. Nice folks. We stayed in a pull-thru site which was handy, but a bit crowded. Other pull-thru's were more spacious. Sites around the perimeter looked much nicer. I would stay again. - RVAnne
Jun 2019 - $35.00
Love this place; friendly helpful owner. Clean clean clean park. I was so impressed with this place. I have 2 dogs & there is a nice dog park. When we camp we aren't into staying in the park but more checking out the area. Return for a quiet evening at our site. This place truly rocks! - Gizzypoo
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Great park with nice big waterfront sites. Or huge field is you want sun rather than shade. Rent float tubes, kayaks and canoes. Good general store. Close to all white mountain attractions. - Rbertalotto
Oct 2017 - $45.00
Wifi is at office only! No mini golf. Nice sites. Young lady at desk seems not happy. River is clean and nice. - Camper6772
Aug 2014 - $40.00
Wi-Fi only available at office. No cable and very wooded, so little chance of satellite view. Extremely friendly owner of campground. Very quiet at night, little to no road noise. There is an extremely infrequently used train track and trestle. As a matter of fact it gets used as a diving area into the river. The campground has a great setup for canoeing, kayaking or tubing on the river. Store prices are not out of line. The campground electric boxes and wiring appear relatively new, and we had no electric issues. The only downside to the campground is that it is all dirt. Roads and sites are dirt, and the owner states that they are prohibited from paving or restricting water drainage or creating any run off into the river. Location is right off the interstate which is incredibly convenient, and no the interstate is quiet and hardly ever heard in the campground. Overall a nice peaceful campground. - Cbones
Sep 2010 - $20.00
Clean and quiet. Stayed here off season and mid week. Some site are close to road but lots of separation. Bathrooms and showers were clean but unheated. Only real down side is the roads are narrow which can make backing into some site a challenge. - cbshea02
Sep 2006 - $18.00
This is a National Forest Campground in the White Mountains with pay showers but no hookups and about 54 sites. It was about $18 a night but half with the golden age pass. It is a nice campground in a wooded section, the group campsites across the street are along the Mad River. The main road travels along to the Waterville Ski Area and is really a nice bike ride. We were there in October, there was only about one other camper there during the midweek but there is a ranger who stays there. Check closing dates many of the National Forests campgrounds are not open in the winter. We would camp here again. All of these National Forest campgrounds are on a self-pay system so make sure you have the exact change to put into the envelope. - gsnakehill