Autumn Hills Campground

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Address: /td> 285 South Stark Highway, Weare, NH
Phone Number: (603) 529-2425
Website: Autumn Hills Campground
Latitude   43.04031    
Longitude   -71.66931    
Campsite Information
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Site Quantity: 113 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: $30 to $40 Quality: Great Campground / Good Value
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
Amenities
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Autumn Hills Campground Details

A jewel in South Central New Hampshire, Autumn Hills Campground is conveniently located in rural Weare, between Manchester and Concord in the Merrimack Valley area.

Large, shady sites for your RV, pop-up or tent are tiered on a wooded hillside, offering traditional camping in a private setting for your whole family. Relax by the fire, enjoy the facilities and activities, or visit the many nearby attractions.

Want to play? We offer a sports field, basketball court, horseshoes and shuffleboard; fish, swim or rent a boat; join in bingo and arcade games or make a craft. It’s all here for your enjoyment and convenience: free WiFi, theme weekends, camp store, rec hall, laundry, and propane.

  • 113 sites, 0 PullThru's, 28' wide, 54' long, 30 amps

Recreation near Autumn Hills Campground

Looking for day trips, shopping and nightlife? Manchester and Concord have tax-free shopping, the State Capital, museums, theaters, and dining. Take a scenic drive through quaint New England towns, golf, hike, bike, or ride your ATV. Visit a covered bridge, pick blueberries and apples at local farms, shop at a farmer’s market, and go antiquing.

Directions to Autumn Hills Campground

  • Follow Route 114 north to Goffstown
  • From Goffstown continue following Route 114 to Weare (approx. 4 miles)
  • Watch for Autumn Hills Campground's red sign on left after Hoit Mill Village Apartments.

 

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Autumn Hills Campground, 2.4 out of 5 based on 7 ratings

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4 Responses to Autumn Hills Campground

  1. jerry roderick on February 28, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    I love autumn hills Rick and Ellen are great people. I have been going there for the past 3 yrs and will continue to go there for years to come. Jerry Roderick goffstown nh

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    • renee on March 21, 2011 at 7:36 am

      Disclaimer: This was written based on what we have witness and based on our bad experiences at Autumn Hills Campground from May 1,2008 to Oct 15,2010. We are sharing our experiences only. We hope that The campground will improved.

      Autumn Hills Campground have been the worst camping experiences ever. Autumn Hills Campground has had issues before our arrival, one person who has a bad temper and is violent, goes after other campers in rages, tossing stuff and threatens them. went after the owner last year and his son, but still remains at AHC, same couple cause excessive noise after hours. Bathrooms are disgusting. showers don’t work. Owner have their clicks, they break the rule for some and not others. A 70yr seasonal camper was sleeping in his car in 90 degree weather and the owners didn’t care. One seasonal camper had left, but still left their electric on and also left some personal stuff on her site, the owners removed belongings never contact them technically they had the site till Oct 15. We would not want to bring our family back there. The play ground is a joke , This campground was a huge disappointment, dirty and run down; and some seasonal site are poorly maintained or look abandoned. In our area alone 11 seasonal have pulled out prior to the end of the season ending. The campground owner had moved some seasonal into those site in order for it not to look so empty. This Campground has destroyed families and ruined friendships

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  2. horseshoe man on October 6, 2010 at 3:39 pm

    Autumn Hills Campground is the only campground that does not have a
    seasonal meeting. They had one in 5 years and it turned into a big fiasco.
    they did not want to hear any input from the campers and they have not had one
    since.

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  3. Dc on September 21, 2010 at 2:42 pm

    This place is not a jewel it is a JOKE!!! There is some type of cost for all their actives. and the Free Wi-Fi you have to up to the office to get any reception to connect. This is a place not for Families more for people who party. Rick the owners looks like he always has a chip on his shoulder, and Ellen the other owner who plays each camper against each other. You can’t put children in bed at their bed time, there is a bunch of seasonal campers that make this howling/wooting noise, that starts a wave with everyone, doing this through the day and night. this makes it hard if you have small children and your trying to put them down for their naps and bedtime and have family time with all the yelling. And the place looks like a dump, campers that are more than ten years old, sites that have garbage everywhere, Campers that look abandoned. Not to mention Seasonal campers have been leaving.

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