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.
Site Has Available:
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.
Access Road Conditions
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 did make it out with my 38' Newmar and 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. I am in the process of upgrading the area.
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 36' 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.
Suggested Local Attractions
15-30 minutes from most Mt. Washington Valley attractions, Ossipee Lake Region, about an hour from Portland, ME
Close to Danforth Bay Camping area.
In A Few Words...
A Little More Detail
We are Andy & Holly. I (Andy) just the big five-oh and Holly is trailing a couple years. We have 2 dogs, an Aussie and a Beagle. We want to see the country and have discovered we love being in the motorhome.