Timberland Campground

5.0

$28.75 per night, starting at.

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809 US Route 2, Shelburne, NH, 03581


Timberland Campground is a woodsy campground located near Shelburne, New Hampshire. It features 112 full or partial hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. Many of them accommodate slide out RVs. The park has cable and free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.

 

Amenities & Activities

Campsite amenities offered include a scenic riverwalk, a rec room, a pirate ship playground, a general store, a heated pool, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as horseshoe toss, bocce ball, basketball, biking, hiking, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.

 

Attractions

The campground is near attractions like:

  • Androscoggin River
  • Mt. Washington
  • White Mountain National Forest
  • Mount Moriah
  • Dryad Falls

Total Number of Sites: 111



Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent no hook ups $25.00 $150.00 Choose Your Site
RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Water, 30 Amp Electric, Sewer $38.00 $266.00 Choose Your Site
Water, 50 Amp Electric, Sewer $42.00 $252.00 Choose Your Site
Water & Electric Sites – 20 amps $32.00 $192.00 Choose Your Site
Water & Electric Sites – 30 amps $37.00 $222.00 Choose Your Site
Rental Unit

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
26’ Travel Trailer – Sleeps Family of 4 $75.00 $450.00 Choose Your Site
27’ Travel Trailer – Sleeps Family of 4 $89.00 $534.00 Choose Your Site
28’ Travel Trailer – Sleeps Family of 4 $89.00 $534.00 Choose Your Site
29’ Travel Trailer – Sleeps Family of 4 $89.00 $534.00 Choose Your Site
30’ Trailer – Sleeps Family of 4 $89.00 $534.00 Choose Your Site
32’ Fifth Wheel Trailers – Sleeps Family of 4 $75.00 $450.00 Choose Your Site
32’ Fifth Wheel Trailers – Sleeps Family of 4 $109.00 $654.00 Choose Your Site
37’ Trailer – Sleeps Family of 4 - Bunk room $89.00 $654.00 Choose Your Site
Bunk Room Site 27 $89.00 $534.00 Choose Your Site
Cabin – No Facilities $69.00 $414.00 Choose Your Site
Cabin – with ½ bath $89.00 $534.00 Choose Your Site
Pine Lodge $119.00 $714.00 Choose Your Site

20 Amps

30 Amps

50 Amps

Big Rig Friendly

Cable Hookups

Community Fire Pit

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Dump Station

Fire Pit

Gasoline Nearby

General Store

Laundry Facilities

Pet Friendly

Picnic Table

Sewer Hookups

Slide Outs

Water Hookups

WiFi

Gravel Roads



Backpacking

Basketball

Biking

Canoeing

Golf

Hiking

Horseback Riding

Kayaking

Mini Golf

Off-Roading/ATV

Stargazing

Tubing

White-Water Rafting

Wildlife Viewing

Kayaking & Canoeing






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Overall Rating: 5.0


John C Neilson

5.0
This is a wonderful place to stay with your RV or rent their cabins and trailers. They even have a grocery/gift store on the premises. Wonderful hospitality here too ! Close to Gorham, NH looking for things to do. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

809 US Route 2, Shelburne, NH, 03581


Policies and Guidelines

Early arrival or late check-out is subject to half day charge but also requires prior permission. Please notify us if you are unable to arrive before 9 PM. Late check-out (after 5pm) is subject to full day charge. Quiet Hours (10 PM - 8 AM) - This means turn off radios and lower voices so that your neighbors can't hear you. No car radios. Sound carries through the woods. Car engines or doors slamming, headlights, flashlights, walking around, talking, etc are all things that can be disturbing. Please be courteous to your fellow campers. Protected Woods - We all love the privacy the trees provide so please help us maintain the natural surroundings for all of our guests to enjoy. No cutting, marking, carving, peeling or disfiguring of any tree or brush. Firewood and marshmallow sticks are available in the store. Campsites - Position your equipment on the established site only, not in the woods bordering the campsite. The number of tents, dining canopies etc that you may set up is limited by the size of your individual site. The average site can accommodate one large cabin style tent or two small to medium sized tents and a dining canopy over the picnic table. Please make arrangements in advance if you need a larger site. At no time should the site be so crowded that campers have to walk in the woods or place items outside the established boundary. Stay on existing roads and trails. Do not walk through other campsites. Digging or trenching is prohibited. No clotheslines. Do not drive nails or other hardware into trees. Cutting of any growth is prohibited. Gray water is not to be dumped on the ground. Washing vehicles is prohibited. Cabins People and Cars - We don't want our campers to feel like they are in a parking lot or in a crowd, therefore we limit the number of people and cars per site. No more than 4 adults and no more than 6 people total including children camping on any site. One car per site. Some sites have space to park a second car but extra persons and cars require prior permission and additional fee. Rates are based on one couple, one car and one camping unit per site. Children - Campers are responsible for the actions and safety of their children. Minors must be on their site or in the company of an adult after 10 PM. Younger children should have an adult with them in the bathhouse. Visitors - Please inform us if you expect visitors. They must register, pay the required fee and get a car pass before entering the campground. This includes those who are dropping something off or just wanting to say "Hi". The fee will be refunded if they check out within 1/2 hour. Day visitors must leave by 9:30 PM. Unregistered visitors will be asked to leave. You are responsible for your visitors' registration and fees and for their behavior during their stay. Vehicles / Bikes - Speed Limit 5 MPH! We realize this is slow but it is necessary to watch for children, pets and wildlife. Motorcycles may be used to enter or leave the campground only. Bicycles should stay on roads or trails and ride during daylight only. Fires - Firewood is for sale at the office. There's nothing like sitting around a campfire. There is also nothing like a fire that gets out of control and destroys property. Please maintain fires at a safe level in the fire ring or stone fireplace only. Do not move the rings and never leave the fire unattended. Extinguish fires when you leave or retire for the night. It's the law............Don't move firewood.org it is prohibited. To help save NH trees the only fire wood permitted is that which has been purchased or cut from trees in NH or Maine. Please do not bring any other wood with you.... You can purchase your wood anywhere in NH to bring here. We also sell it in our store for your convenience. Thank you for your consideration in this matter. Pool - No lifeguard is on duty. Swim at your own risk. Follow pool rules. Adult supervision is required for minors under the age of 16. Alcohol / Drugs - Alcohol is permitted on your campsite only. Public display of intoxication, underage drinking or disorderly conduct will result in immediate eviction without refund. Possession or use of illicit drugs is prohibited and will lead to eviction and possible arrest. Trash / Food Storage - We provide you with a trash bag upon arrival. Please place your trash in the dumpsters located near the entrance. Ask in store for additional trash bags. Food and trash must be secured at all times because we are sharing the location with a wide variety of wildlife. The animals' sense of smell is very keen (even through plastic storage containers) and they often learn to associate coolers / campsites with an easy meal. At no time should you store food, coolers or trash in your tent. We recommend putting all trash / food containers in a secure vehicle when not in use. Keep a clean site, keep food prep and storage away from sleeping areas and help us keep the wildlife "wild". Please wash pots & dishes in outdoor sinks and not in bathhouse. Petiquette - He's your best friend and you can't imagine camping without him. Next door to you might be a camper who can't imagine camping with a dog or worse is deathly afraid of dogs. (You know, like you feel about spiders or snakes.) In a spirit of cooperation we ask that you and your pooch abide by the following rules: 1. Keep pet leashed and under control at all times. Pets that are unruly or display aggressive behavior will be asked to leave. 2. Pet should never be left unattended (that means in RV's, tents, cars, campsites, etc). This tends to make them bark or dig which discourages the owners from allowing dogs. 3. Clean up after your pet whether on your site, in the woods or along the road. We give you "doggy" bags for this purpose.(Why clean up even in the woods? We want to encourage the wildlife to stay around. Doggy scents can repel the native animals.) More bags are available in store upon request. 4. Pets are allowed on campsites, road and trails but not in buildings and public areas including the pool. 5. Please supply a copy of current vaccinations for your pet at check-in. RV Dumping - No fluids from RV's should be discharged onto the ground. The camping rate allows our campers to use dump station on the way out at no extra charge. Please let us know if you need additional usage. Laundry - Open 8am - Locked at 9pm