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Beech Hill Campground

P.O. Box 129
Twin Mountain, NH 03595
3 Reviews
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We stayed in a tent site. Easily accessible by road, the tent sites are still set back in the trees and provide a feeling of privacy. The campsites are large and clean. There are numerous ammenities for families- playground, indoor pool, game room, and several outdoor games such as volleyball and horseshoes. The best part of this campground is the owners who are friendly and incredibly accomodating. One night we missed the weekly Saturday Ice Cream Social and they still made sundays for us. Our only criticism is the bathrooms which were not always very clean- though part of that was the high volume of usage during the busy weekend.

Received from Liz Spoden for visit in Jul 2009

Site Number: C
Stay Again? YES
It is not a high schedualed activity campground. If you want to go camping for a week & never leave the campground it's probably not where you want to go. But if you want to take advantage of all the Theme Parks / National Forest Areas in the mountains you could stay there much longer. Reasonably clean restrooms. Enjoy the Mountains without the congestion of Conway. People running it were hospitable \ friendly. Dense undergrowth / woods made for privacy in sites.

Received from Tom for visit in Aug 2007

Site Number: 145
Stay Again? YES
We felt this campground was located centrally for what we wanted to do. The sites were very large and well kept. Our site was a corner lot so it was bigger than most. It had FHU and a fire ring. There is an indoor pool, game room, campstore, playground and laundry. At that time the showers were a bit dated but clean. There is also a view of Mt. Washington from certain locations in the cg. The owners, Ed and Linda are quite nice. It is a pleasant 37 mile drive to N. Conway for outlest shopping, eats and the Conway Scenic Railroad. That's it for N. Conway for us. We did a lot of hiking in the National Forest. We also road the Cog Railway up Mt. Washington (pic 3). Only go up on a perfectly clear day. And take a coat no matter how hot it is at the base of the mountain. We enjoyed Franconia Notch state park which included Flume Gorge (pic 2). The park has a nice wooded, no hookup cg, Lafayette Campground with showers. Unfortunately, the Old Man of the Mountain is gone now. Clark's Trading Post would interest the kids (pic 4). Lots of outdoor activities. We spent a week here and could have stayed longer. Perhaps a summer would do. It you like to hike, buy one of the hiking guides available from the Forest Service and some businesses in the area. Nice campground, great outdoor area to visit.


Received from Ed H for visit in Sep 2002

Site Number: 167
Stay Again? YES

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