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Old 02-07-2019, 04:27 PM   #1
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Looking for Northeast campground suggestions

So I need some campground suggestions, here's a little info

My Sunny will probably fit most places but also camping with a 36' 5th pulled by crew cab long bed.
Electric 30A min is a must, water & sewer preferred (due to staying for a week - July)
We typically do state parks and like that quiet wooded setting
Must be pet friendly as we both have two dogs (theirs BIG)
Taking a day trip to Mt. Washington so can't be too far and Between there & PA/NJ is a big plus

After saying all that this seems to fit perfectly, but what do I know

Tree Farm Campground - Home

I did a long weekend on motorcycle last year to see Mt. Wash and wanted to return with camper.
I stayed at Mt Ascutney then, liked it and location, but looks like all VT&NH park sites don't have electric?
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Well I have camped all over NH and VT and most of the ones I have been to have power. Now the state owned parks are a different story I don't believe any VT state parks have hookups but I think some in NH do.
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Last summer we visited Mt. Washington and stayed at the Mt. Washington KOA.
We have a 40' FW, site was 50A/30A with full hook-up. They had both treed sites and open sites.

It was your typical KOA & close to Mt. Washington.
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Mainah Yes, I was speaking of the VT&NH state parks (that I looked at) being without electric.
Any campgrounds (not State P's) you thought highly of in the central/southern parts of the states?

PT I will look into that KOA, came across Quechee KOA previously while searching.

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Yes I have camped at Quechee very nice campground request a site back away from the main road much quieter. Nice walking trails that go down into the gorge.
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Quechee KOA is nice. Quechee state park is very nice (no, no electric) and had won awards for best state park. ( pick a site away from the highway !) The gorge and other attractions are great in that area. VINS (Vt Institute of Natural Science) Killington Ski area with gondola, King Arthur Flour, Calvin Coolidge Birthplace (nicely done), Dartmouth College are all an easy drive.
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Now for a shameless plug about a 1/2 mile from me is a very nice campground full hookups pool, store, canoe rental and shuttle service etc right on the Saco River 20 mins to Conway NH about an hour to Mt. Wash, hour to the Maine coast. Woodland Acres Brownfield ME. (the owner and I a good friends I do electrical work for them) Any one who wants free camping in the Mt. Washington Valley is welcome to stay in my fields I can offer you zero amenities but there are 80 acres so it will be quiet!
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Hey. CapeCodder here. Best place is Fishermans State Park in rhode Island. After living on the Cape for 25 years I discovered RI. Much better than the Cape. Great beaches.......ferry to Block Island......nice restaurants over looking The marinas.
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Hey. CapeCodder here. Best place is Fishermans State Park in rhode Island. After living on the Cape for 25 years I discovered RI. Much better than the Cape. Great beaches.......ferry to Block Island......nice restaurants over looking The marinas.
Yea! I second RI for camping. Been there for the summer for years. I've been to Fisherman's but, haven't camped there because of the 2 week max. I'm seasonal just down the road. If you check out my avatar you'll see the Coast Guard Station. It's about 3 min up the road from Fisherman's.

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