Scenic View Campground

(2) Reviews


18 Gingerbread Lane (Route 25), Warren, NH, 03279

Scenic View Campground is a family-owned and operated campground located at the base of the beautiful White Mountains. Enjoy waterfront sites nestled along the babbling Baker River and cozy deluxe cabins. The area is often referred to as the “quiet side” of the White Mountains yet it is close to everything the area offers. Within just a 10 minute drive, you will find outstanding hiking opportunities including Mt. Moosilauke and the Appalachian Trail, mountain biking, canoeing, and fishing. Other fun activities include Alpine Adventures and Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves. Whether you want to enjoy activities at camp or explore the White Mountain Region, the options are endless when you stay at Scenic View Campground!

Last Updated: 07/16/2022


100 Amps

50 Amps







18 Gingerbread Lane (Route 25), Warren, NH, 03279
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Overall Rating: 2.0


Lisa Brown

1.0
This is a very nice and clean campground. The owners, however, are not very friendly. They do not have people skills which made it for a very unpleasant stay. They are "running a business" which I can understand, however when the business is a family campground, one would think they would acquire some manners. In my many, many years of camping, I have never encountered such arrogance and rudeness. When trying to have a conversation with the female owner to express my concerns I was met with shoulder shrugs, and "oh well" Not a place to bring your family for a fun camping experience.

John C Neilson

3.0
Just on the edge of White Mtn Nat'l Forest, nestled along a river. 30/50 amp, full hook ups available, cable, free wi-fi for 2 devices (but it never worked), pet friendly, very clean pool in all-day sun, small campground. A lot of sites are not overly spacious - ours being quite small. Couldn't fully put our awning out as it went into a tree. Fire ring was basically where we parked the truck. Glad we knew our neighbors so we could have fire in theirs. Did not like fire rings near street. Stared into windows of rv's next door. Too small for my liking - felt quite congested with kids (my own included!) and dogs. Full hook up sites are dirt, back in with trees, water/electric are grass & pull through (nicer and larger in my opinion). River is not easily accessible (except from tent only sites) but nice to look at. Small game room and camp store. Staff is quite friendly. Did not go in bath house. If I did return (because friends like it), I would opt for water/electric only for the grassy, large, pull through site and utilize the dump station. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group