Littleton / Franconia Notch KOA General Information

General Campground Information

General Info About Us and the Area

Check In Time for RV's and Tents 11:00 am - Check In Time for Kabins is 2:00 pm - Check Out Time for all sites is 11:00 am.

We are pet friendly on all sites, but there is a $10.00 per stay for pets in kabins.

Visitor's are welcome, but must check in at the office and pay a fee, check out at 9 pm.

Wi Fi available at your site or relax on our front porch to check e-mails and other business you might have to do.

Check with the front desk for info about the area and all the exciting and interesting things to see and do.

We do have a playground, horseshoes, volleyball, laundry, ladder ball, bicycle rentals, heated pool (hours 10 am to dusk)

Please drive slow as there are kids, pets, bicycles, walkers.

Pancake breakfast Saturday's 8 to 10 am.

Quiet time 10 pm, Fires out by 11 pm.

Meet Your Hosts

Jane and Steve

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.

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