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Littleton/Lisbon KOA is located within minutes of Franconia Notch in the White Mountains of NH. There are hundreds of things to see and do, as many places to eat and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. The campground is located on the Ammonoosuc River and allows for many river activities. Hiking, biking, antiquing, golfing and more.
Most Saturday's see what rock you want to paint. And what designs you can come up with.
Tye Dye T's/Totes
Check out on certain Saturday's Tye Dye Shirts/Totes. Come and be Creative/Silly/Serious or just plain crazy with your design on your shirt.
Ice Cream Socials
Every Saturday night 7:30 pm to 8 pm come and build your own ice cream sundae. Some Saturday's you might find our local entertainer relaxing on our porch with guitar in hand.
Delicious Pancakes For All
Pancakes on Saturday mornings 8 to 10. All you can eat and 24 is our record. Come one and all to try to break this record. On Holiday Week-ends we have Pancakes on Sunday's.
Bird Feeders, painting rocks, scavenger hunts, flashlight candy hunts (later in the season) all great fun happening on Saturday's depending on weather and who shows up.
Meet Your Hosts
"Summer is Fun, but don't Forget Fall Foliage. Great time to see that is the last week-end of September thru the first two weeks of October."
"We do all we can to make our campers' experiences GREAT!" says Steve Jesseman. "We provide clean, well-maintained sites on a family-oriented campground, in the heart of a state that's fun to explore."
Jane, Steve's wife, continues, "We want our campers leaving with memorable stories about the fun they had here. Hopefully, they'll return with other friends and family to create more memories in the future! We are compiling our own memoirs of all of our special campground stories. When we retire from the campground, we will need to write a novel!"
Steve and Jane came to the campground business through the previous owner of this campground, who Jane knew and kept in touch with over the years. When they were ready to retire, the owner offered Steve and Jane the opportunity to be their own bosses and take ownership of the campground that's been in the KOA system since 1972.
Jane had spent 27 years in the office sales and billing department of a wood turning factory; Steve retired in 2003 after 30 years in Public Works. They were ready, qualified and willing to take over campground management when the offer came in.
When not working on the campground, you'll find Jane and Steve riding motorcycles, reading, and traveling. Individually, Steve likes sports and fishing, while Jane loves crafts and created stuffed moose, bear, snowmen, rope/fabric baskets, pocket books, tote bags and more.