General Campground Information

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel or change your reservation, please call (603) 323-8536 before the deadlines listed below to receive your deposit refund, minus a $10.00 cancellation fee. Text and email notifications of cancellations will not be accepted.
  • RV & Tent Sites: 48 hours cancellation notice is required.
  • Deluxe RV/Tent Sites for 5+ days: Require a 14 day cancellation notice. After 14 days, cancellations will forfeit their deposit.
  • Cabins & Pop-Up Rentals: Require a 14 day cancellation notice. After 14 days, cabin rental cancellations will forfeit their deposit.

We are sorry, but we are unable to refund Holiday Stays. In the event of an emergency, if you are unable to make your Holiday reservation, notify us within 14 days of arrival, and you may be allowed a one-time date change.

Check-In / Check-Out Times

Check-In: Sites 1pm / Cabins 4pm
Check-OUT:: 11:00am for all Campsites, Cabins, and Rentals.


All rates, including cabins, are based on 2 Adults and 2 children occupancy. Each additional adult is $18/night and each child is 12/night.


A limit of 2 dogs with a pet fee of $5.00 per dog per site per night, $10.00 per cabin per night.  Please provide us with a copy of the rabies certificate.
We are unable to accept the following breeds or any mix of these breeds: Pit bulls, Staffordshire Terrier, American Bulldog, Bull Terrier, or Rottweilers. We are also unable to allow any dog that shows signs of aggression, regardless of breed. Please keep your pets on a 6 ft or shorter leash at all times and clean up after them.


To protect our forest and your vacation spot, we do not permit firewood, of any kind, from anywhere, to be brought into the campground by the camper. We define firewood as any type of wood you would burn in a campfire or woodstove including: kindling, pallets, and construction boards. Our approved firewood is reasonably priced and is available for purchase at the camp store or office.

Occupancy on Campsites

Max occupancy per site: 6
(2 Adults + 4 children) OR
(4 Adults + 2 Children) NOT 6 ADULTS
One camping unit and one vehicle allowed per site. Extra vehicles may be allowed but must be parked in the overflow parking lot. Tents are not permitted on a campsite with an RV unit, unless it is a small 2-person pup tent intended for children. Tent campers are only permitted one tent per campsite, unless the second tent is a small 2-person pup tent intended for children.

Campfires & Quiet Hours

Campfires: Please keep campfires contained in provided fireplace and no higher than a few inches above the fireplace. All fires must be completely extinguished by midnight.

Quiet Hours: Our quiet hours are from 10:00 PM to 8:00 AM. Please respect the tranquility of neighboring campers.


May only be consumed at your campsite in moderation. Alcohol is prohibited in public areas.


Visitors are welcome, up to two per site, but must register at the office, obtain a car pass and pay the required visitor's fee before entering the park. Visiting hours are from 9:00AM to 9:00PM. Visitors will not be allowed when the campground is full, i.e. Holiday Weekends.

Meet Your Hosts

Leo & Shirley Spencer

The Best things in life come in threes, like friends, dreams, and memories. Make yours come true at Chocorua Camping Village KOA !

Chocorua Camping Village owners, Lee and Shirley Spencer, have contributed a good portion of their life to building and constantly improving your camping retreat. Over the past 45  years the Spencers have cultivated a desire to share their love of the outdoors, travel and education with as many people as possible. Shirley has lead and attended numerous educational and environmental study trips as a 5th and 6th grade teacher in N.C. and Dover, N.H. for over 20 years. She was instrumental in providing experiential education, and headed programs like Mini Society, a young entrepreneur club, and Students Against Drunk Driving. Leo has served as a New Hampshire State Representative, has taught and done research for both Duke and NH Universities, and is an integral part of the Chamber of Commerce, as well as a Board Director for NH Campground Owners Association.
The early 1970's brought a young Spencer clan to the Tamworth area. Leo and Shirley Spencer had heard through family rumors that the land and lodges of Wabanaki were up for sale. Having spent memorable summers at the pond side cabins, the Spencers purchased the lodges and undeveloped property from Leo's Uncle Ed Hayes in 1973. With a 1969 CASE tractor, Lee started the gradual and continual process of road and site construction, keeping the natural environment intact as much as possible. After some harrowing rowboat experiences with 2 young children, a baby, and 2 eager swimming dogs, to get to the main cabin at Wabanaki, the Spencer's residence, a series of bridges were built to access the Lodges. Chocorua Camping Village opened up to the public with 10 sites and a comfort station (bathroom facility) in 1975. While Leo designed and constructed the Rec Hall and Camp Store, Shirley, a 6th grade teacher, spent her summer breaks working the office, maintaining the cabins, and creating the business infrastructure of Wabanaki Lakeside Vacation Corporation. Together, with family and staff they have created nearly 45 years of family vacation opportunities and memories. Chocorua Camping Village continues to grow and improve every year. The dedication of the owners, the managers, and staff keep our guests coming back to rejoin our family camping experience and to see what's new this year. How about you? C.C.V. now has 150 wooded sites, 13 on-site rentals, 2 bathroom facilities with Laundromat, a full recreation schedule, 5 miles of nature trails, a swimming pool, beach, store, Rec Hall, game room, large dog park with day kennels and the most incredible, friendly staff you'll ever meet! Make this summer a standout one! Come join the family tradition of Chocorua Camping Village; with any luck you may even get out of the to-do chore list! When Lee and Shirley are not conjuring up new projects for the managers or trying to keep the books straight, you may see them at the dog park with their Aussie's Bentley and Mini, or drivin' off in the Magenta MG to the Thursday Night Old Time Car Show. During the off season they pack up the RV and go traveling; Colorado, Italy, China, Bahamas, New Zealand, Amsterdam and Budapest. What a Life! So, when you see Lee or Shirley running around this summer, say “Hi” and ask them “What are you up to now?!” guaranteed you'll get an interesting story! Lee and Shirley were presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for their hard work and dedication to 45 years of building and operating Chocorua Camping Village.