Fairly large open area out back of my sticks and bricks. It's level, but early spring or if there's been a lot of rain it gets muddy and not accessible. Depends on the weather really. I have had a class A 38' rig out there. Can drive out and turn around, or back around pretty easily. It's not the most scenic spot, as I am continually improving the property. (no grass out there right now, dirt only). I can offer a hose hook up and a place to plug in, but you will need adapters and a cord. (probably 50') It'd be a regular outlet, so would have to be aware of electric needs.
Usual campground kind of etiquette
I am on a back dirt road, but both me and my neighbor have class A motorhomes and navigate it with ease. My driveway entrance is a bit tight, however I can make it out with my 38' Class A with a Jeep hooked up. As long as weather hasn't washed anything out you should be able to pull in, unhook a toad, and drive right out and either turn or back in.
Safe parking by campsite
We have availability at various times. We are planning on taking some trips ourselves so availability may be intermittent. No winter access or early mud season.
15-30 minutes from most Mt. Washington Valley attractions, Ossipee Lake Region, about an hour from Portland, ME
Close to Danforth Bay Camping area.
We had a wonderfully relaxing time in the woods.
We enjoyed talking to the hosts and could not believe how fast the time went.
They met us outside in the rain when we arrived early in the morning.
If you need to relax in a quiet setting and unwind, this is a great place to stay and we recommend it.
This site was easy to access, and in a beautiful part of New Hampshire. It was about an hour drive to Mt Washington, and we passed many covered bridges along the way. Scrutinizer was a great host, and we really enjoyed chatting together and getting to know him.
Andy provided a nice big flat spot to boondock in a beautiful area of New Hampshire in the woods. We had a great time visiting with him and appreciated him hosting us!