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Crawford Notch General Store & Campground

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We are a family owned and operated campground nestled in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest of New Hampshire in scenic Crawford Notch. The wooded setting along the Saco River provides the perfect place for a weekend getaway or even a week long vacation. While our camground is near most of the popular White Mountain attractions, you can go hiking, biking, fishing, or swimming without ever leaving the property. Our General Store is well stocked with the items you need while camping so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the beauty of the natural surroundings. Wildlife abounds and sightings are common. Come join them and us at Crawford Notch General Store.



Email: info@crawfordnotchcamping.com

Phone: 603-374-2779

Check-in Time: 2PM,10PM

Check-out Time: 12:00 noon

Camping Season: mid-May to mid-October


Amenities

  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi

Directions

Approaching from South: I-93 North through Franconia Notch to Exit 35: Route 3 North to Twin Mountain. Stay on Rt. 3 to the traffic light in Twin Mountain. Take a right onto Rt. 302 East,15 miles on left. OR I-93 North to the Kancamagus Highway (112) in Lincoln. Go east on 112. Take Bear Notch Rd. to Bartlett. Turn left onto Rt. 302, 7 miles on right. I-91 North to Exit 17: Route 302 (Woodsville, NH). Stay on Route 302 all the way to campground. On left, about 15 miles east of Twin Mountain. Route 16/ 302 Take Route 16 North through North Conway. 16 will turn right in Glen and 302 continues straight. Stay on 302 for 14 miles. Campground on the right. Approaching from North: I-91 South to I-93 South at St. Johnsbury, VT. Take I-93 Exit 40: Route 302 East towards Bethlehem. Stay on Route 302 to campground (about 15 miles east of Twin Mountain).


Reservation Info

Campsite Type: Night Week Month Tent for Two* $18 $105 $375 Tent Site $21 $126 $440 Waterfront Tent Site $24 $144 $500 Electric Site (RV) $24 $144 $500 Cabin (one room)** $45 $270 $945 Cabin (two room)** $65 $390 $1365 Reservation Policy 1. Reservations can be made by phone or in person. Must 18 years of age or older to make a reservation. We strongly recommend advance reservations for holidays and peak times (July and August weekends or fall foliage). 2. A deposit in the form of check, cash, or money order, VISA, or Mastercard must be given within seven days in order to guarantee the reservation. Checks must be received fourteen days prior to arrival date to allow sufficient time to clear. No personal checks accepted on arrival. 3. A reservation guarantee deposit for campsites will be equal to one half of the total charges. Holiday periods require three night minimum stay and are paid in full at time of reservation. There is a two night minimum stay for July and August weekends. Cabins also require a $50.00 cash security deposit upon arrival. 4. Sites which have been guaranteed will be held until 9:00 a.m. the day following the expected arrival day. The site is subject to being re-rented at that time. 5. Written confirmations are available by sending a SASE. E-mail confirmations upon request. 6. Walk-ins are welcome subject to site availability. 7. Check-in time is between 2:00 and 10:00 p.m. Check-out is 12:00 noon. Prior notification is needed for early check-in or late check-out and half day rate applies.


Pet Policy

Well behaved pets are welcome but must be on a leash and never left unattended. Please be considerate of wildlife and other campers' experience by cleaning up after your pets.


Cancellation Policy

Please read carefully. Changes or cancellations incur a $5.00 processing fee*. In order to receive a refund or camping credit we must receive notice as follows: Site Type Refund Camping Certificate** Deposit Forfeited Campsite 7 days or more 3 to 6 days 2 days or less Cabin 14 days or more N / A 13 days or less 3-day notice example: Call on Tuesday for a Friday reservation. 7-day notice example: Call on Friday, one week before expected Friday reservation *Refunds or camping certificates are subject to a $5.00 cancellation fee per site. **Camping certificate is good for future camping date booked for this season only.



Weather

Chance of Rain
Monday 09/26/2016 70%
Chance of Rain
Light rain late. Lows overnight in the low 50s.
Mostly Cloudy
Tuesday 09/27/2016 20%
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly cloudy. High near 70F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.
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Wednesday 09/28/2016 20%
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Cloudy. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 59F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 mph.
Chance of Rain
Thursday 09/29/2016 40%
Chance of Rain
Rain showers in the morning becoming more intermittent in the afternoon. High 59F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Mostly Cloudy
Friday 09/30/2016 20%
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly cloudy skies. High 59F. Winds ENE at 10 to 20 mph.


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nice place. cool carry in carry out sites

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August 1, 2011

cool place on a nice big river. a little buggy but nice place and nice people. quiet at night though. early. awesome looking tent sites on the river

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  • Member Since: November 20, 2012
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wonderful

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May 22, 2010

The staff was great and very helpful. I enjoyed my stay there and will go back in a month. Very clean and beautiful. no complaints at all

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nature's heaven

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March 16, 2009

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Wouldnt stay here...

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September 15, 2008

My husband and I along with a group of 6 friends booked three campsites at Crawford Notch Campground in Bartlett, NH. We had the WORST experience with management and will never go back. It is a real shame because the campground itself is beautiful. The owner of the campground had it in for our group from the start. The first night (9/12/08) we were all hanging out in one site and the owner came over to talk to us. He told us we were being too loud, that we needed to "shut it down" and continually reminded us that we would "be kicked out". We didn’t realize what time it was, apologized and all went to bed. We weren’t by any means trying to cause trouble!
The next day, we watched him continually drive past our camp site in his golf cart. He never stopped but watched us intently. If nothing else, that was creepy. Nobody pays to go camping to be watched like a hawk. We weren’t doing anything other than having fun with our friends. They should make a change to their rules to state that exact thing, “You will be watched and kicked out if you have TOO much fun with your fellow campers”!
Our friends were all together at one campsite playing cards. At 7:20PM ( still light out), the owner came up to our campsite and told us that we "obviously weren’t taking them seriously-you guys need to shut it down, you’re loud and I will kick you out" We asked him,” What’s the problem?” We were obviously complying with quiet hours (Quiet hours are from 10PM to 7AM at this campground). He repeated that we were too loud so we asked him what time quiet hours are, he said 10PM so we asked what time it was now, he said 7:30PM! We told him that we would be completely quiet at 10PM. My group and I were not being unruly, unreasonable or crazy; we were just a group of 4 married couples enjoying a kid free weekend together. At about 9:45PM that night, we were sitting around the fire and one of the husbands was playing guitar and singing softly! We were getting ready to call it a night when 2 NH State Troopers came and told us that the owner was kicking us out and that we had leave. The majority of our group was in no condition to drive! Again, we knew we were to be in the tents by quite time 10:00PM. We had to pack up 3 campsites in the dark and the ones who were able to drive had to shuttle people to another campground. We all lived about 2 hours away and of course no cell phone reception to call anybody. The troopers were extremely nice and made the experience a little easier to swallow. Unfortunately, the owner of this campground is the rudest, most unreasonable man with a Neapolitan complex I've ever encountered. I will never go back to this campground and neither will anyone I know, I will make darn sure of that.

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September 15, 2008

My husband and I along with a group of 6 friends booked three campsites at Crawford Notch Campground in Bartlett, NH. We had the WORST experience with management and will never go back. It is a real shame because the campground itself is beautiful. The owner of the campground had it in for our group from the start. The first night (9/12/08) we were all hanging out in one site and the owner came over to talk to us. He told us we were being too loud, that we needed to "shut it down" and continually reminded us that we would "be kicked out". We didn’t realize what time it was, apologized and all went to bed. We weren’t by any means trying to cause trouble!
The next day, we watched him continually drive past our camp site in his golf cart. He never stopped but watched us intently. If nothing else, that was creepy. Nobody pays to go camping to be watched like a hawk. We weren’t doing anything other than having fun with our friends. They should make a change to their rules to state that exact thing, “You will be watched and kicked out if you have TOO much fun with your fellow campers”!
Our friends were all together at one campsite playing cards. At 7:20PM ( still light out), the owner came up to our campsite and told us that we "obviously weren’t taking them seriously-you guys need to shut it down, you’re loud and I will kick you out" We asked him,” What’s the problem?” We were obviously complying with quiet hours (Quiet hours are from 10PM to 7AM at this campground). He repeated that we were too loud so we asked him what time quiet hours are, he said 10PM so we asked what time it was now, he said 7:30PM! We told him that we would be completely quiet at 10PM. My group and I were not being unruly, unreasonable or crazy; we were just a group of 4 married couples enjoying a kid free weekend together. At about 9:45PM that night, we were sitting around the fire and one of the husbands was playing guitar and singing softly! We were getting ready to call it a night when 2 NH State Troopers came and told us that the owner was kicking us out and that we had leave. The majority of our group was in no condition to drive! Again, we knew we were to be in the tents by quite time 10:00PM. We had to pack up 3 campsites in the dark and the ones who were able to drive had to shuttle people to another campground. We all lived about 2 hours away and of course no cell phone reception to call anybody. The troopers were extremely nice and made the experience a little easier to swallow. Unfortunately, the owner of this campground is the rudest, most unreasonable man with a Neapolitan complex I've ever encountered. I will never go back to this campground and neither will anyone I know, I will make darn sure of that.

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This place is great. If you like to hike there are a lot of trails right along the saco river. It was quiet and very pretty. There is the well stocked general store

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August 17, 2007

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