Able Acres

Space for 2 Rigs
40 ft max
3 nights maximum

Notice Required
2 days
2 months max
Response Rate
Usually Responds In
6 hours

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  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome


  • 15 Amp Electric Hookup
  • Water Hookup
  • Pull-Through Parking
  • Tow Vehicle Parking
  • Campfire Ring


One area is flat grassy with a fire pit the other is a gravel area.
We have wood to burn, it's illegal to bring firewood into the state.
No problem with turn arounds or toads.
We have a dug well so offer water with the understanding guests will conserve usage, and if our area is in drought this offer may have to be withdrawn.
We can offer limited Wifi near our house.
Power: 15 amp only bring your Step Down (Have plans to bring that up to 30)
No smoking outside of your rig.
Generator: Allowed from 8am-9pm.
Quiet hours: 10:00 pm thru 7:00 am.

House Rules

Woodland, so no smoking outside your rig.

Access Road Conditions

1/4 mile on town maintained gravel road with slight incline.

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

Anywhere near the driveway.


This area of NH is a highly trafficked with tourists, all 4 seasons, so we recommend contact with us well in advance.
We will be away...Unavailable Schedule:
Mar 24 - Apr 1
May 6 - 10
June 8 - 15
July 20 - 29
Aug 5 - 9
Sept 10 - 17
Oct 14 - 21
Nov 10 - 17
Dec 9 - 16
Feb 8 - 15
March 30 - Apr 6
June 8 - Aug 6
Sept 15 - 22
Oct 12 - 20
Nov 2 - 9
Dec 14 - 21


Wolfeboro, NH, United States of America

Suggested Local Attractions

If you are looking for hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, kayaking, boating, swimming, fishing, golfing, tax free shopping, restaurants, museums, etc., within minutes.
There are 5 golf courses within :35, mid-state NH counts nearly 300 lakes, ponds and navigable rivers. We are located only 6 miles from Lake Winnepauskee, and the Smith River Race and Granite Man Triathlon.
NH boasts 16 Alpine ski areas that are multi-use seasonal, some having Zip Lines.
The White Mountains are to the North, Maine and NH's seacoast to the East, Green Mountains to the West, and has some of the hardest hiking of the Appalachian Trail.
We have wineries, micro-breweries, and several creameries, throughout the state.
Meadowbrook Pavillion, Greatwaters Music Festival, Strawberry Bank, and Gunstock Ski Area hosts musical events and are within an hour's travel.
Mount Washington, some of the oldest Country Fairs, Loon Mountain's Highland Games, Festivals, and Tax Free Outlet Shopping are within 2 hours drive. For entertainment in the big cities Portsmouth, NH, Portland, Maine, and Boston, Massachusetts are within 2 hours drive.
Northern New England has so much to offer...and we just love it here!

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Member Since
June 27, 2016
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References for Able Acres

french family

November 2016

wonderful people

We spend a very quiet night. Very friendly people. They made available all commodities and take time for us. Thanks a lot for all. Hope to see you next time. Cheers


November 2016

Great location, very quiet

We were very pleased with the site when we arrived. It was level, and a very scenic location. The hosts were very accomodating and have created a wonderful location to share with others who travel. We hope to visit again in the future!

Walker and Danielle

October 2016

Sweet Folks in NH

We stayed with Mable13 for a few days, they were our first hosts and were spectacular. So willing to share knowledge and help accommodate us and our rig. We hope to see them again in our journeys! They set a high bar for our future boondockers welcome friends!


September 2016

Felt Like Home

We enjoyed our visit so much we had to return again! Another campfire with good conversation, and our hosts even arranged to have the smoke go away from us! More walks, another free outdoor concert in town, fresh veggies....I love this place, and the hosts! Thank you for making us feel so welcome! We look forward to when we meet again.


August 2016

Welcoming Folks!

My husband and I had such a great visit with these folks that we couldn’t stay away! We returned for another great visit, including campfires, great conversation, and even fresh veggies from their garden. This home is one of our top recommendations. Thank you so much!


August 2016

A New Hampshire Gem!

We stayed with these gals for several days, and the location and company was the best! We shared conversation over a campfire each evening, followed up on many suggestions about local sites, went blueberry picking together, and will probably do a canoe paddle together in a nearby lake before we leave. There is a short walking trail on the beautiful property, and the evening sky is full of stars since there are no city lights (or noises) close by. We did hear coyotes several times, and the red fox we saw was beautiful. And then there was the banana bread......! We hope to see these two again in our travels, as we enjoyed them so much! Thank you for such a perfect parking spot, complete with electricity and wifi, and most of all, friendship.

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