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Ashuelot River Campground

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Policies

In general, you can expect from us caring, friendly and respectful service. We are here to make sure your experience at our campground is peaceful and relaxing and we are committed to the sort of attention we enjoy ourselves when we camp. We ask only that you make good use of that commitment and remember that the campground is a family community. Quiet time is observed beginning at 10:00 PM, and is strictly enforced for all.

PAYMENT

  • We must receive your credit card information in order to guarantee your reservation.

  • For cancellations within 14 days of scheduled arrival you will be charged 50% of the cost of your stay for non-holiday periods, or 100% of the cost of your stay for reservations made for holiday periods - Memorial Day weekend, Independence Day weekend, Atlas Festival of Fireworks weekend, Labor Day weekend, and Columbus Day weekend.

  • Payment in full is due on arrival.

  • All rates include up to two adults and four children (under 18) per site. Additional overnight guests on each site are welcome at an additional charge.
    • $10.00 per adult
    • $5.00 per child (under 18)

  • There is no charge for guests coming to join you for a lunch or short visits of an hour or two. For longer visits, we ask a guest fee of $5.00 per adult, with no charge for children under 18. Guests should plan to leave their pets at home and depart by 9:00 PM in respect of the approaching quiet hours for other guests.

CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT

  • Check in begins at 2:00 PM. Please call us in the event that you are delayed – we need to consider the impact of late arrivals on your fellow campers.

  • Check out is at noon.

  • Special arrangements may be made for early check-in or late check-out time as availability allows - just check with us!

GUESTS

  • You are welcome to share the place with friends – additional charges apply; see above.

  • All visitors must check in at the campground office upon arrival.

  • Day visitors need to depart by 9:00 PM.

  • Please ask your visitors to make other arrangements for their pets.

YOUR PETS

Please be sensitive to others around you who may have allergies to pets, may have a fear of them, or just may not like pets for some reason.
  • Dogs must be kept leashed at all times while in the campground.

  • No pets in the bath house or game room, please.

  • There is an area upriver where you can let the dog off the leash, beyond site 11 in the Dickinson Memorial Forest.

  • If you leave the campground, your pet must go with you.

  • Always pick up after your pet.

GENERAL RULES AND POLICIES
Our intent is to maintain a family atmosphere,
safe and comfortable for children and adults alike.

  • You must be at least 18 years old to register for a campsite.

  • SPEED LIMIT throughout the park is 5 miles per hour.

  • THE CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL shall be done in a responsible manner by campers 21 years of age or older. Drunkenness, illegal drugs, and disorderly conduct will not be tolerated, and will result in the offender(s) being asked to leave without refund.

  • QUIET HOURS are from 10:00 PM until 8:00 AM. Campers are welcome to enjoy their late night fires, but should not be loud enough to disturb sleepers in adjacent sites. At 10 PM all audio equipment including car radios must be turned off.

  • GENERATORS may be used between 10 AM and noon, and again between 3 PM and 5 PM.

  • BICYCLE RIDING during daytime hours only, and “at your own risk”.

  • SWIMMING in the river is “at your own risk”. NO LIFEGUARD IS ON DUTY.

  • FIRES should be kept small and under control at all times. Please do not burn trash, painted or treated wood. Fires must not be left unattended and must be extinguished with water when you retire for the evening, or if you leave your site.

  • FIREWOOD - due to invasive insects, campers are required to use only local IN STATE firewood. We have firewood for sale at the office.

  • TREES and vegetation are not to be cut down or harmed – collect kindling for fires from dead and down vegetation.

  • It is illegal to dump gray water on the ground. Please dispose of your gray water in existing septic connections at the sites or at the dump station.

  • FIREWORKS are not allowed.

  • FIREARMS are not allowed, including bows and arrows.

  • PHOTOGRAPHS: The camper accepts that photographs of or comments made by his camping party may be used in Ashuelot River Campground, LLC publications and/or website.

Ashuelot River Campground
152 Pine Street
Swanzey, NH 03446
Phone & Fax: (603) 357-5777
Toll-Free: 1 888 355-CAMP (2267)

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