- P.O. Box 397, Glen, NH 03838, USA
The Glen Ellis campground is ideally located in a picturesque setting on Route 302, in the heart of the scenic White mountains.
200 varied sites, including a wilderness area for tenters and field sites for others, are nestled on 65 acres to preserve the natural beauty and avoid overcrowding. There are 3 bathhouses conveniently located to serve you. The sweeping views and the crystal clear waters of the Sacco and Ellis Rivers provide the perfect spot to relax and enjoy your camping experience.
Check-in Time: 2PM - 8PM
Check-out Time: 12 Noon
Camping Season: Memorial Day to Columbus Day
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Directions: * From 93, take exit 23 onto 104 East, then North on Route 3, then 25 East onto 16 North, follow 16N all the way through North Conway to Glen. At the light of Intersection Route 16 North and Route 302 West, continue straight on Route 302 West for one quarter of a mile. Glen Ellis is located just past Patches Market on the left. * From 95, get off at Portsmouth exit, onto the Spaulding Turnpike, it automatically goes onto Route 16 North, follow Rt. 16 all the way through North Conway to Glen. At the light of Intersection Route 16 North and Route 302 West, continue straight on Route 302 for one quarter of a mile. Glen Ellis is located just past Patches Market on the left. * From 302 South, come down to Bartlett. Past the entrance to Attitash and past West Side Road on your right. Glen Ellis is located on the right just before Patches Market. If you come to the lights of Route 16 and Route 302, you have gone one quarter of a mile past the entrance. * From Route 2, Gorham; Route 16 South to the intersection of Route 16 and Route 302. Take a right onto Route 302 west. Continue for one quarter of a mile. Glen Ellis is just after Patches Market on the left. * From the Kangamangus Highway: Take Bear Notch Road into Bartlett. Take a right onto Route 302 heading East. Past the entrance to Attitash and past West Side Road on your right. Glen Ellis is located on the right just before Patches Market. If you come to the lights of Route 16 and Route 302, you have gone one quarter of a mile past the entrance.
Nightly Rate Site $24.00 Waterfront Site $26.00 Electricity $2.00 Air Conditioning $2.00 Sewerage $2.00 Daytime Visitor Fee $3.00 Overnight Visitor Fee $5.00 Per Child $3.00 Per Adult $5.00 Seasonal Rates $1,800.00 *based on 2 adults and their children who are under 18 years of age.
Sorry! No dogs allowed. * Pets: Pets are allowed for our full time campers only.
Camper Guidelines: For Healthy, Safe and Fun Camping.. We ask that you, those in your camping party and your visitors follow these guidelines to help everyone have a pleasant stay at our campground. For more information or assistance please stop by the office. * Activity Areas: Our swimming pool, playground and river front areas are not supervised. Children should be watched by an adult at all times. Food and beverages are not allowed in the pool area. * Visitors: Day visitors are required to register on arrival and pay a $3.00 fee per person for the day. Visitors must leave by 10:00 PM. * Campfires: Please keep controlled fires in proper fire rings. Do not relocate stone fireplaces. Cutting of trees, branches and brush is strictly prohibited. * Recycling: To help keep the campground clean and environmentally correct, please separate all glass and aluminum from your rubbish. You may dispose of them in the designed barrels located beside the dumpsters. * Quiet Time: Our quiet time is between 10:00 PM and 8:00 AM. At no time will we tolerate excessive noise or loud radios. * Minors: All minors must return to their campsites by 10:00 PM. * Check In: After 2:00 but not after 10:00 PM. Check out before 12:00 Noon. * Cancellations: Glen Ellis Family Campground is a member of the New Hampshire Campground Owners Association (NEHACA) which recommends a two week notification of cancellation. Any notice later than two weeks will result in a forfeit of your one night deposit. * No excessive speed, loud radios or littering. (Yes that includes cigarette butts!) * The property across the river is private and off limits to all campers. * Your care, common sense and courtesy will provide an enjoyable experience for you and your fellow campers.
Glen Ellis Family Campground is a member of the New Hampshire Campground Owners Association (NEHACA) which recommends a two week notification of cancellation. Any notice later than two weeks will result in a forfeit of your one night deposit.
Wednesday 02/22/2017 10%
Mostly cloudy. High 56F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.
Thursday 02/23/2017 20%
Mostly cloudy in the morning followed by partly cloudy skies and gusty winds during the afternoon. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 59F. Winds WSW at 20 to 30 mph.
Friday 02/24/2017 50%
Chance of Rain
Cloudy with occasional rain showers. High 56F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
Saturday 02/25/2017 100%
Rain likely. Becoming windy in the afternoon. Thunder possible. High 57F. Winds SW at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of rain 100%.
Sunday 02/26/2017 20%
Variable cloudiness and windy. High 46F. Winds WNW at 25 to 35 mph.
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overall nice campground
August 21, 2006
This is a very nice campground. The staff are nice and friendly and the campground is pretty clean. There are no scheduled activities for the children but they have a nice pool, large field and a river for tubing and playing in. They are located just around the corner from Story Land and not too far from the outlets in North Conway so there is plenty to do if you leave the campground. They only allow dogs for the seasonal folks so that was pretty hard and frustrating for our kids, they missed their own dog and could not understand whay he had to be at the kennel.
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August 16, 2006
This campground was one of the worst campgrounds. The bathrooms here are dirty and also there is no hand soap in any of the bathrooms. I never seen a bathroom that you had to bring your own hand soap. I spoke to the owner about why they did not supply soap in the bathrooms and his response was it was messy and costly. I found that to be odd so I asked him it should be there for sanitary purpose regardless. His response to me was if I didnt like it he would recommend another campground for me to go to. The owner was rude and has no respect for the campers who visit his facility. I recommend to stay away from this campground, you will not miss much.
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