One of our favorite campgrounds in the past 10+ years of camping is Ramblewood Campground and Cabins in Pittsburgh New Hampshire. It’s a family-owned private campground, set on 180 acres, which offers electric and water at most sites.
What a View! That’s all I can say, together with great and friendly owners makes for a very enjoyable stay. The campground is on a hill that overlooks the Connecticut Lakes. We loved having our cocktails at night looking at the view and enjoying the sunset. It was like living in paradise for a few days!
Campsites are spacious; you really don’t feel cramped at all. I always prefer a wooded, shaded site however at this campground I would recommend picking a spot in the center, open area of the grounds. You will love the stunning views and sunsets.
Those of you who prefer full hookup you won’t regret your decision to stay here because they have the best bathrooms I have ever seen in a campground. Ramblewood rates #1 on this. You see the ‘campground bathrooms” are attached to the owner’s home and are beautiful and clean house bathrooms. You probably will never come across bathroom facilities like these in any other campground.
The campground is not waterfront but has a waterfront section available (near their cabins) for swimming and boating. They offer free paddle boats and you can also rent a small motorboat for the ½ day or the day. We rented a motorboat and enjoyed the day on the First Connecticut Lake.
The location is perfect with great hiking within miles, swimming and boating right down the hill. ATV rentals are right in town which connects to the Cohos hiking trails. We rented one for the day and had a blast.
The campground is on Route 3 in Pittsburgh, which is known as “moose alley”. While we would have loved to see moose, the area is just breathtaking!
Ramblewood Campground is also open for winter camping all year with electric just no water. They connect to the Pittsburgh Ridge Runners snowmobile trail.
In addition to electric and water, amenities include an office store, lawn games (corn hole and shuffleboard) walking trails and a game room. If you have a private boat or canoe, there are slips available (with advance notice). There is also a dump station on the grounds.
They offer 30 campsites from tents to 40 ft. RVs. Site fees range from $25 for tents, $30 for 20 amp service and $35 for 30 amp service. There are also eight cabins available for rent with varies rates depending on the size and location.