- Kamping Kaboose
- Level Drive-Through RV Sites
- Designated Dog Walk area
- A well Stocked Store
- Ice ($)
- Heated Swimming Pool
- Planned Activities Available
- RV Clubs & Rallies
- Motorcycle Clubs
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Build Your Own Ice Cream Sundae!
During the summer season when the kids are not in school, an ice cream social is held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7.00 Pm – 8.00 Pm. For $2.50 you can build your own ice cream sundae! Choose from Hershey Chocolate or Hershey Creamy Vanilla ice cream, Hot Fudge or Hot Butterscotch topping, Whipped Cream, Sprinkles and Walnuts!! It’s delicious! Enjoy your sundae around the Bonfire.
All You Can Eat Pancakes Every Sunday!
Don't forget our delicious; "all you can eat" pancake breakfasts every Sunday morning on our spacious sun deck. Adults are $4.50 and Children five years and under $3.00. Pancake Breakfasts are from 8.30 Am - 9.30 Am. This includes "all you can eat" Pancakes with Real Butter, Syrup, Orange Juice, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Tea and Bacon too! So just sit back and relax in the fresh mountain air while we do the cooking!
Meet Your Hosts
"Make a great memory with us in the pristine White Mountains!"
Barbara and Tyson Taylor thought they were ready to settle down and retire. “But, we really missed customer contact. We bought an RV and were looking for the next campground to visit when we found the “Campgrounds for Sale” page on the KOA.com website. It sounded like a great fit for us; we had many hobbies over the years but camping in our RV has been the best,” says Barbara.
The Taylors have been involved in various forms of business, from being corporate executives to small business owners. Their last business was a flight school with six airplanes and a team of instructors. Now, they own and operate the Twin Mountain NH KOA. “We are a happy campground with smiles for everyone. We’ve found campers to be the nicest folks and we really enjoy being around them! Each day, we try to provide the best stay possible for them,” says Tyson.
“We find we have life experiences in common with many campers. One camper, Mike, and I chatted for quite a while, swapping aviation stories and we became good friends, in fact he made a CD of airplane pictures for me from when he was an Air Force pilot. A week later on a return visit, I saw him coming up the walk to the office to register and I was able give him a big ‘Welcome back, Mike!’ says Tyson. “Being a campground owner is a very rewarding experience!”