Saddleback Campground

(3 Reviews)

41 Campground Road Rt 43, Northwood, NH 03261

603-942-7285

Official Website

GPS: 43.1814, -71.1799

Saddleback Campground is located at 41 Campground Road Rt 43, Northwood, New Hampshire 03261 with a total of 20 campsites. Before your trip to Saddleback Campground, check out website at http://www.saddlebackcampground.com/ or contact them through 603-942-7285 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

43.1814, -71.1799

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 43.1814, -71.1799

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp water Partial Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Recreation fishing playground swimming beach
Site Amenities big rig fire ring picnic table
Facilities dump station firewood laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs Passport America
Pets pets

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Overview of Saddleback Campground


Last Price Paid: $29

Reported by SomewhereWithSuz on 07.23.2019

Longest RV Reported: 27 feet (Travel Trailer)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

20

Elevation:

557 ft / 169 m

Reviews of Saddleback Campground

3 people have reviewed this location.


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  • Area Guides Avatar SomewhereWithSuz
    Great campground!

    Reviewed 23/7/2019

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    Nightly rate: $29

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 10

    I used this campground as my one week required out of the Thousand Trails system after reading the previous reviews on here. I utilized my Passport America membership to get half off Sunday through Thursday ($22.50/night) and paid full price one night ($45). Only water and electric (30amp site 10- they do have some 50amp). They do have...moreI used this campground as my one week required out of the Thousand Trails system after reading the previous reviews on here. I utilized my Passport America membership to get half off Sunday through Thursday ($22.50/night) and paid full price one night ($45). Only water and electric (30amp site 10- they do have some 50amp). They do have a dump station and honey wagon, not sure if they charge to use the honey wagon as I didn’t need it. Site 10 was a small pull thru. Free HOT showers. Honor system (leave money in envelope) washer and dryer. The pond has a ton of frogs and they are LOUD at night but I got used to it after a couple nights just something to keep in mind. Not much space to walk dogs but they did point me in the direction of Upper Deerfield Rd that had little to no traffic. However be prepared to be assaulted by crazy amounts of bugs if you do go down Upper Deerfield, made for a miserable walk but the campground had no issues with bugs like the road. Didn’t measure the speed of my Verizon or AT&T but I was able to use both to stream with no issues at all and their free WiFi was great too!

  • Area Guides Avatar OC EarthMom
    What a DELIGHT

    Reviewed 15/8/2017

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    Nightly rate: $17

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: A1

    WoW, what a delight! I've had to write a few stinker reviews lately, so now, while I really should be working, I'm delighted to be writing this. My stay here started out amazing, and just got better. The reservation phone call, my greeting upon arrival by the owner, then his son (maybe 14?) showing me to my spot; what delightful people...moreWoW, what a delight! I've had to write a few stinker reviews lately, so now, while I really should be working, I'm delighted to be writing this. My stay here started out amazing, and just got better. The reservation phone call, my greeting upon arrival by the owner, then his son (maybe 14?) showing me to my spot; what delightful people who truly care, and it shows in every aspect of this place. The spots do not have water or sewer, just electric, but everything is close by and convenient. Internet is fantastic, ATnT cell service adequate, although apparently Verizon works best here. The price of $17.50 with Passport America is such a bargain, I am amazed. I normally travel through Good Sam, and this park was not on their list. I'm so glad I checked PA or I would have missed this gem! I'm sitting under my awning, enjoying a gentle rain, looking out over the beautiful pond. I'm surrounded by beautiful planter boxes (someone has a gift for planting boxes!), in this incredibly tidy and neat little park. It is a "park," as beautiful as any park I've been in, with little rolling hills giving different elevations. Each site has tons of space, a picnic table, manicured grass, and a well-placed fire pit. The little pond has specified use areas; frog catching & fishing, a swimming beach and some little sit and appreciate areas. The whole place is gravel, so no riding bikes, but there is a very well equipped playground, and the little "swimmin hole" for kids. Oh and frog catching? That beats riding bikes any day! The bathrooms are rustic; painted cinderblock, but very adequate, well kept and VENTILATED. OMG I wish other places understood the importance of this. They even have a hotel-type hair dryer in them! There is a little storage building next to the bathhouse with a "honor system" washer and dryer. This place has everything. I wish I could get some work done instead of sitting out here enjoying it!

  • Area Guides Avatar AlanMcD
    Fantastic Hosts!

    Reviewed 14/11/2015

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    Nightly rate: $30

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 11

    We stayed at Saddleback for a week while visiting family in Manchester, NH and had a great time. What put this campground over the top was the hosts! They were very nice and extremely accommodating. We had a last minute family gathering at the campground and the owners/hosts let us use their event tent, grill, etc. The campground is a ...moreWe stayed at Saddleback for a week while visiting family in Manchester, NH and had a great time. What put this campground over the top was the hosts! They were very nice and extremely accommodating. We had a last minute family gathering at the campground and the owners/hosts let us use their event tent, grill, etc. The campground is a small, well run campground that is more geared towards adults than children, which is great for us. They did have a playground and fishing & frog catching pond and provide nets for the kids to catch frogs, which some of my younger nephews & nieces had a ball with. But overall not many kids there. The location is definitely off the beaten path. It is very quiet.

Cell Phone Coverage

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 08/15/2017

Campsite Types

RV,

Trailer