I found out about this campground on the Internet, and I RV camped there in July 2007.
Describe your camping trip:
We camped here with our daughter and her family, who were in a tent. They could only stay four days, but my husband and I planned on staying longer. The campground is in a suburban area about 45 west of Seabrook, NH. It has around 100 sites, but most are occupied by seasonal campers. It is situated on a pleasant, clear lake that is ringed by camps. Most sites have 3-way hookups, but there are tent sites.
Pros: They have a nice beach and the drinking water was good tasting. Several stores nearby for supplies.
Cons: There was an abundance of litter strewn about the campground as well as poison ivy in many locations. The sites were very narrow, and not every site had space for a vehicle.
Nearby attractions: Ocean beaches.
We had major concerns when our 12-month-old grandson kept picking up old cigarette butts, beer caps and assorted other litter and putting it in his mouth as babies do. The campground has potential to be a nice place, but there apparently are no rules for the seasonal campsites, because they are placed haphazardly and have long grass and an accumulation of decorations. Our site was located next to a road where people sped by and threw out their bottles and we would listen to them smash. We were lucky that our neighbors were quiet as were most of the others around. Even though it is conveniently located within a fairly short drive of the ocean, we will not be returning to Angle Pond.