Tuxbury Pond RV Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

167 Campground Road, South Hampton, NH 03827

Good Sam Verified Campground
(2 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 9
Restrooms 10
Appeal 9.5
(2 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews

GETAWAY IN BEAUTIFUL NEW HAMPSHIRE

Relax by the pool or along the tranquil shores of Tuxbury Pond. Home to two of the area's favorite vineyards & wineries, this resort puts you within reach of popular attractions - apple orchards, farms & unique restaurants.

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Address

167 Campground Road
South Hampton, NH, 03827

Open May 1 - October 15

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Cabin/cottage rentals: 7
Control access gate
Dump station
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Paved/Gravel
Table at site
Total spaces: 310
Spaces available: 60
Seasonal Sites: 250
Site length: 50
Max length: 50
Gravel sites: 30
Pull-thru size: 40 x 50
Pull-thrus: 7
Back-in size: 30 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Mostly
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Number of full hookups: 60
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

On-site rentals

There are 2 cabins and 5 tiny houses available. Each rental has a bbq and table outside.

Cabin/Cottage Rentals:

$184.00 - $255.00 / Daily Rate
Rentals available: 7
Minimum stay: 3 Days
Sleeps: 8
Bathroom: Full
Kitchen: Partial

Restrooms
Cable
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Table at site
Entertainment
RV supplies
Fire rings
Entertainment
RV supplies
Fire rings

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Exercise room
Outdoor games
Playground
Outdoor games
Playground
Enclosed game room
Pavilion
Horseshoes
Planned activities
Pavilion
Horseshoes
Planned activities

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Mountain biking
Boating
Mountain biking

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Fall, Winter

Family Camping
Create memories with the family at our waterfront RV Resort!

Relax along the tranquil shores of Tuxbury Pond, lounge by the pool, or enjoy a variety of activities. Located in South Hampton, you can enjoy popular attractions, including apple orchards, farms, & one-of-a-kind restaurants.

Rentals & Glamping
Experience a stay at our unique Tiny House Village!

Relax along the tranquil shores of Tuxbury Pond, lounge by the pool, or enjoy a variety of activities. Located in South Hampton, you can enjoy popular attractions, including apple orchards, farms, & one-of-a-kind restaurants.

2 (2 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Facility
2
Restroom
2.5
Appeal
2
What is being rated?
2 2 out of 5 stars 08/14/2022

This campground is primarily occupied by year-rounders. It looks like 90% of the sites are long term occupants who have been here for years. They are crowded together and probably haven't cleaned their trailers since they were put in. The first impression, of sites away from the facilities, is that of a tightly packed homeless encampment. If they place you away from the facilities, it can be a long walk to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are clean but: in the first bathroom I went into, the stall... Read More

This campground is primarily occupied by year-rounders. It looks like 90% of the sites are long term occupants who have been here for years. They are crowded together and probably haven't cleaned their trailers since they were put in. The first impression, of sites away from the facilities, is that of a tightly packed homeless encampment. If they place you away from the facilities, it can be a long walk to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are clean but: in the first bathroom I went into, the stall was so small, and the door was so close to the toilet, you almost couldn't sit down. Getting up was even more challenging. The second bathroom I tried was a little larger. The showers were clean but there was no place to put your clothes, except on the floor where they would get wet. No bench for sitting down to take off your shoes. No hook to hang clothes. There is no trash pickup. You have to go to the dumpsters which are located outside the gate and down the road. They also don't pick up the coals in the campfire rings. You have to take your coals, yourself, to the coal dump next to the garbage dump, down the road. The roads are washed out and very rough in spots. Most locals have golfcarts to travel the roads, but you can use a bicycle, if you don't mind the bumpy roads. Most, if not all, electric vehicles are prohibited. Even slow-moving tricycles. The speed limit is a strictly enforced 5 mph with some area being defined by the locals as 2.5 mph. The rules indicate, that if you get caught speeding, at say 7 mph, you may be forced to park in a parking area and walk to your site. If your site is away from the facilities, it can be a very long walk. They have a very nice pool area with a large swimming pool and a large kiddy pool. The kiddy pool is about 3 ft deep. A nice playground by the pool and a nice pavilion. The camp store is limited. Nothing in terms of grocery items such as milk, bread, etc. Campsites are assigned 24 hours before you arrive. No choice beforehand so you don't know if you'll be near any facilities, on steep terrain, etc. My site was as far away from the facilities and bathrooms as possible. Tuxbury pond is choked with lily pads with some channels, probably great for fishing. I booked a site for a week, so I received a discounted rate from the daily rate. This was the same discount that would be given to anyone. Good Sam membership really didn't mean anything, unless you stay less than a week. I don't know who rated this campground for Good Sam, but they need to look at it again. I've traveled from New York to California, New York to Florida (several times), and many other places and this is the first time I've been disappointed with the Good Sam rating.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/23/2019

This is my 2nd time visiting Tuxbury Pond. I am so disappointed this year that there are no kids activites during the week, they still have not fixed the refrigeration since it opened this season, there is no manager, and the activities person quit. I have emailed and called Thousands Trails to give them amble time to respond to me. There website shows a beautiful pool with umbrellas and now you have to bring your own. The store hours are until 9 but they close at 5. The staff is doing the best... Read More

This is my 2nd time visiting Tuxbury Pond. I am so disappointed this year that there are no kids activites during the week, they still have not fixed the refrigeration since it opened this season, there is no manager, and the activities person quit. I have emailed and called Thousands Trails to give them amble time to respond to me. There website shows a beautiful pool with umbrellas and now you have to bring your own. The store hours are until 9 but they close at 5. The staff is doing the best they can and most are very friendly . This is false advertising.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/14/2022

This campground is primarily occupied by year-rounders. It looks like 90% of the sites are long term occupants who have been here for years. They are crowded together and probably haven't cleaned their trailers since they were put in. The first impression, of sites away from the facilities, is that of a tightly packed homeless encampment. If they place you away from the facilities, it can be a long walk to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are clean but: in the first bathroom I went into, the stall... Read More

This campground is primarily occupied by year-rounders. It looks like 90% of the sites are long term occupants who have been here for years. They are crowded together and probably haven't cleaned their trailers since they were put in. The first impression, of sites away from the facilities, is that of a tightly packed homeless encampment. If they place you away from the facilities, it can be a long walk to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are clean but: in the first bathroom I went into, the stall was so small, and the door was so close to the toilet, you almost couldn't sit down. Getting up was even more challenging. The second bathroom I tried was a little larger. The showers were clean but there was no place to put your clothes, except on the floor where they would get wet. No bench for sitting down to take off your shoes. No hook to hang clothes. There is no trash pickup. You have to go to the dumpsters which are located outside the gate and down the road. They also don't pick up the coals in the campfire rings. You have to take your coals, yourself, to the coal dump next to the garbage dump, down the road. The roads are washed out and very rough in spots. Most locals have golfcarts to travel the roads, but you can use a bicycle, if you don't mind the bumpy roads. Most, if not all, electric vehicles are prohibited. Even slow-moving tricycles. The speed limit is a strictly enforced 5 mph with some area being defined by the locals as 2.5 mph. The rules indicate, that if you get caught speeding, at say 7 mph, you may be forced to park in a parking area and walk to your site. If your site is away from the facilities, it can be a very long walk. They have a very nice pool area with a large swimming pool and a large kiddy pool. The kiddy pool is about 3 ft deep. A nice playground by the pool and a nice pavilion. The camp store is limited. Nothing in terms of grocery items such as milk, bread, etc. Campsites are assigned 24 hours before you arrive. No choice beforehand so you don't know if you'll be near any facilities, on steep terrain, etc. My site was as far away from the facilities and bathrooms as possible. Tuxbury pond is choked with lily pads with some channels, probably great for fishing. I booked a site for a week, so I received a discounted rate from the daily rate. This was the same discount that would be given to anyone. Good Sam membership really didn't mean anything, unless you stay less than a week. I don't know who rated this campground for Good Sam, but they need to look at it again. I've traveled from New York to California, New York to Florida (several times), and many other places and this is the first time I've been disappointed with the Good Sam rating.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/23/2019

This is my 2nd time visiting Tuxbury Pond. I am so disappointed this year that there are no kids activites during the week, they still have not fixed the refrigeration since it opened this season, there is no manager, and the activities person quit. I have emailed and called Thousands Trails to give them amble time to respond to me. There website shows a beautiful pool with umbrellas and now you have to bring your own. The store hours are until 9 but they close at 5. The staff is doing the best... Read More

This is my 2nd time visiting Tuxbury Pond. I am so disappointed this year that there are no kids activites during the week, they still have not fixed the refrigeration since it opened this season, there is no manager, and the activities person quit. I have emailed and called Thousands Trails to give them amble time to respond to me. There website shows a beautiful pool with umbrellas and now you have to bring your own. The store hours are until 9 but they close at 5. The staff is doing the best they can and most are very friendly . This is false advertising.
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167 Campground Road, South Hampton, NH 03827
Coordinates: 42.867540, -70.987390
Elevation:

Directions
From jct I-495 & Rte 150: Go 1 mi N on Rte 150, then 1/2 mi W on Highland St, then 1-1/2 mi S On Lions Mouth Rd, then 1/2 mi W On Newton Rd, then 1/2 mi W On Whitehall Rd (L)

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