This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Sanbornton, NH
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
Located in the heart of the Lakes Region in central NH. About an hour's drive to both the White Mountains and Seacoast regions. Many hiking, fishing, paddling, pedalling, leaf-peeping and wildlife viewing opportunities close by.
Vehicle Suitability Information
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Leashed pets allowed. This is a tobacco and alcohol free location. Limited generator use OK. Please respect our quiet environment. Carry in/carry out policy. Please arrive prior to 7pm to get settled in!
PLEASE NOTE! Access is via 1 mile of somewhat narrow, town-maintained gravel road. Parking is in forested area. Best suited for truck campers, Class B/B+ and small (<26') Class C units, possibly small tow-behinds if you have exceptional backing skills! Some leveling required.
Hosted By Loggenrock
We've been Campers/RVers for over 30 years, have visited every State, Province, and Territory (except Nunavut!) in North America (Drove to every one except HI!). We travel in a Coachmen "B+" rig with a small tow car.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
1 month ago
Friendly people. Wooded location very quiet. ￼
4 months ago
We have a 23 1/2’ x 7’ Oliver Travel Trailer, but Scott was willing to let us try to fit, although they’d never had a trailer stay previously. Fortunately, my husband is excellent at backing up, Scott stayed out in the street with cones in case of oncoming traffic, and we fit perfectly. Scott and Cindy were the perfect BW hosts. They invited us up to their house (that they built themselves!) and showed us around their property. We spent over 3 hours chatting, but could have spent days. They have stickers and cards with their info and we hope to meet up with them “on the road”sometime in the future.
4 months ago
Scott and Cindy were wonderful hosts! We had a lovely time sitting around the campfire with them and hearing about their adventures on the road- especially their travels to Alaska which is on our bucket list. They are a wealth of knowledge and we learned quite a few excellent tips regarding travel preparedness. The parking space is small. We had no trouble backing in with a 25' rig, but since it is surrounded by trees- it would not accommodate a larger rig. We feel like we not only had a quiet place to park the RV, but we made some new friends. Thanks for making us feel so welcome! Ken & Lisa
5 months ago
Scott and Cindy are welcoming, friendly, and helpful. Scott helped me with my truck camper, showing me how to turn on the heat and hot water. I had several conversations with them both, as they shared their camping wisdom. The site is just right for smaller campers. The location is amid the beauty of the woods. Even the drive down the road to the site was beautiful. I saw my first pileated woodpecker there, thanks to Scott’s good ears and bird spotting talents. And I enjoyed giving Darwin the beagle pets and scratches. Lovely spot, lovely people!
6 months ago
The hosts supplied easy to follow directions to the site. Gravel roads were well maintained. Cindy was very gracious and gave us information about the area, and had laminated cards that gave directions to nearby dump station. We enjoyed our stay. Thank you Scott and Cindy.