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Harbor Hill Camping Area


189 N.H. Route 25 East
Meredith, NH 03253
603.279.6910
No Email Address
http://www.hhcamp.com/
11 Reviews
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Date of Stay is actually September 2015. It has been several years since we have stayed at Harbor Hill. The one dog only policy prevented us from staying for a while. It is great to be back. We missed staying here. Stayed twice in 2015 and have already made reservations for 2016. Wish the store was a little better, but it is perfectly acceptable the way it is. Harbor Hill is quiet, close to Lake Winnipesaukee and I am now wishing it was summer!

Received from Eric for visit in Sep 2013


Site Number: 12
Stay Again? NO
Had an RV site. Level and wooded. Quiet hours were enforced, which was very nice. $42 a night for a full hook up site that included free cable tv and WiFi. Very pretty campground with stonewalls through out. Very clean grounds.

Received from Kelly for visit in Jul 2013


Site Number: 56
Stay Again? YES
We picked this campground because we wanted to be able to enjoy everything the Lakes Region had to offer. We were very please with our stay. The entire campground is extremely clean and well kept. The bathrooms are thoroughly cleaned every day. Quiet at night, which seems to be rare to find nowadays. This is not a party campground - it is a perfect family campground. We will definitely return!

Received from Abby for visit in Aug 2013


Site Number: 28
Stay Again? YES
Had a water / electric site for our pop up, and it was HUGE! Easily fit the pop up and screen room. Campground is well kept and landscaped... beautiful stonewalls through out. Cleanest bathrooms in New England (not kidding!) and the hot water is HOT (not luke warm). Very friendly campground.

Received from Jenn for visit in May 2013


Site Number: 57
Stay Again? YES
Large, wooded, level sites... easy to back into - plenty of room with awning out. Very nice playground... nice, clean rec hall. Very clean bathrooms, friendly staff - centrally located to the Lakes & Mountains.

Received from Jane for visit in Aug 2011


Site Number: 28
Stay Again? YES
This campground is not only the perfect location to explore the Lakes Region and the White Mountains, it is the perfect place to find warm hospitality. The owners are friendly and laid back. They have four kids - two of their kids were close in age to my two, and all played well together. Our site was wooded, large, and very level. The campground is immaculate. There are stonewalls through out, great pines and oaks, flower pots and fall decorations. If you have children, you will find: basketball, tetherball, swings, slides, pool, air hockey, ping pong, foozball, horseshoes, badminton, bocce ball, toddler golf, and many other games. Harbor Hill also has a very nice pool- one end is 10 feet deep! The store has icecream, candy, essentials you may have forgotten, ice, and wood for sale. I will definitely return. Overall: 5 / 5 stars!!!!

Received from Andrea for visit in Sep 2011


Site Number: 28
Stay Again? YES
We have been doing the RV camping thing for 15+ years and this campground is the finest we have ever had the privilege to stay in. Barb, Chuck, Herb and staff are top notch and their campground reflects that work ethic. The NH surroundings are absolutely pristine and breathtaking. If you go there, go to town and get ANYTHING from a place called The Whining Butcher!!! Their eats are THE BEST!!!! Also have to eat at Shibleys at the pier in Alton...their sandwiches are beyond description and worth every penny!!!

Received from Scott for visit in Jun 2010


Site Number: 28
Stay Again? YES
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. The owners are wonderful and always make you feel at home. One of the benefits to this campground is that it is small and cozy and in a central area to everything from the lakes to the mountains. The sites are quite large and most are shady. We have camped at this campground a couple of times a year and have always enjoyed ourselves.

Received from Steve for visit in 2006


Site Number: 20
Stay Again? YES
Many improvements noted to the campground since last visit. Greater clearance around some sites with the careful removal of some lower branches. level maintained sites. Newly paved main road. Campground neat and clean, accomodating staff. Restrooms and facilities all in good to excellent order. Central location provides easy access to what the Mt. Washington Valley/Lakes region has to offer.

Received from Eric G for visit in Jun 2006


Site Number: 82
Stay Again? YES
Overall we liked the campground. Has level spots and some with sewer hookups. We stayed in a 40ft 5th wheel and had a great time. Small campground but you felt very welcome from owners and staff. Campground is clean and neat with the exception of many lower trees that could be trimmed, no complaints. If you do have larger campers/motor homes, call ahead because it is a small campground and has limited spots for large rigs. CG is central to so many sites and activities for all ages, young and old. We will join them again this year with pleasure!

Received from Patti C for visit in Sep 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
I think that Woodalls may have under rated this CG. Although not a particularly large CG it does provide clean, shady level sites. The pool is 10' deep on one end which is a nice attraction. There is a game room, store and usually some pastries (very good) for sale that come from an undisclosed and secret location. additionally there is a B-Ball court and 2 playgrounds. The seasonal campers we have met there are very sociable as is the staff. Campers with boats are allowed to park thier boats near the lodge/store (room permitting) which is handy as Lake Winnepesaukie is about a mile down the road. This CG is close to down town meredith and its weekend craft fairs and shops that are open in the Mill complex. Several good restraunts are in the area as well. Nearly any road you venture from this spot will bring you to scenic views and points of interest. Wiers Beach, Laconia, Castle in the Clouds, Lake Ossipee, Lake Winnepesaukie, Mt Washington cruise, etc. Not a bad choice.

Received from Eric G for visit in 2005


Site Number: 4
Stay Again? YES



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