August 16, 2020 - reviewed by Dja
Not sure why there's negative reviews. Owners were very helpful and friendly. Stopped by every evening to ensure all was good. When they saw we had bikes on the back of our Class B, they brought us maps of bike trails and covered bridge tour. No Wi-Fi or tv, but that's not what we were there for. River is slow moving with some good swimming holes. We will definitely be staying there again.
September 16, 2019 - reviewed by Max Chester
Owner Is A Jerk
I came in joking around like I usually do and this guy was so effing rude to me. He has no sense of humor and seems to think he’s gods gift to mankind. I almost left after paying but decided not to. But I will NEVER stay here again.
July 27, 2019 - reviewed by Colin DeForge
I’m not sure what the first persons review was all about. The campground and amenities where immaculately maintained and the owners were helpful and friendly. Ignore the first persons review here. They clearly have an axe to grind or some other issues.
June 27, 2018 - reviewed by Kim
Just. Keep. Driving.
The owner is a sarcastic jerk. He thinks this sorry excuse Of a campground is God’s gift. WiFi by the office only. Riverside lots cost more, and have no sewer hook up but he can’t be bothered to get off his high horse to tell you that. The sites are not level and flood if it rains. Showers are tiny and gross. Not that much of a river and way over priced. It’s very dark and has no lighting whatsoever. It was very scary there and the highway is right across from the river.
October 29, 2017 - reviewed by Jen W
My husband, son, and I love this place. It’s incredibly clean, beautiful, and the other campers (all five nights we’ve stayed there on two separate occasions) are top-notch, kind folks - owners Chuck and Laura attract a great crowd. We’ll be back often again next season. This is one of our top, favorite places and I highly recommend it. My two year old loves the toddler-friendly playground, big field to play in, and we love the nearby rail trails for biking. Close to Keene, too, if you need anything! You can also kayak or canoe the river (which runs along the grounds), and you can swim in it as well. They’ve also made a ton of upgrades. Love, love!!
October 16, 2016 - reviewed by Greg Hanson
This campground is a hidden gem in Swanzey, NH ... good old fashioned camping at it's best, with accommodations for tents at the river edge to Class A campers. Our hosts Chuck and Laura Mills were most hospitable and knowledgeable of the sights and activities in the area. Most entertaining if you enjoy, hiking, kayaking, canoeing. Tucked away past a residential area of town between two of the areas covered bridges and surrounded by forest trails. We will definitely return to continue unfinished hiking journeys!
August 20, 2016 - reviewed by Mike & Alex
Love This Place!
Started coming here with a tent and now we have a camper trailer but either way we love this campground. Chuck and his wife are the best, so helpful, it's clean, & we get to pick our spot provided there's availability. Pets welcome as long as well behaved and and we have met some really fun people here too!
April 11, 2016 - reviewed by DB Camper
The owner is named Chuck and he's an absolute peach of a guy. The website does check out - there's quite the diversity to be had! I'm more of a boondocker and State Park kind of guy, but this is one of the very few private CGs that I'm enamored with.