Crazy Horse Campground Littleton
Where is it at?
Crazy Horse Campground
788 Hilltop Road
Where are we going today?
A fun, friendly campground in a beautiful wooded area of New Hampshire where the family can spend an amazing time away together? Yes please! welcome to Crazy Horse Campground!
For those families who love the more primitive way of camping, they have lovely wooded sites where you can pitch those tents and enjoy a back to basics time away together. For those families who love a good RV trip (and we certainly do!) then there are165 lovely and serene sites to park your RV, and yes – they are Big Rig friendly!
Right in the heart of the White Mountains, there is beautiful nature to explore, and activities to enjoy – including an amazing 12 lake!
Head out for the day and relax with a spot of fishing (kids, maybe you can catch Mom and Dad some dinner!), as well as canoeing and swimming on those hot summer days. Don’t worry if you don’t want to swim in the lake, there is a pool right there as well for you!
There are beautiful nature trails which give you easy access to ALL of the White Mountain attractions, which also include a fun catch and release fishing pond for kids. There is even Downhill skiing nearby in winter, and basketball and horseshoes to enjoy on site.
With sparkling clean facilities, and yes, free WiFi (don’t spend too much time on those phones though, there is the great outdoors to enjoy!)
So dust off those RVs, or get out those tents, and let’s enjoy a fun family adventure away from those televisions and computers!
What is there to do?
One site there is canning, fishing, volleyball, basketball, swimming, biking, horseshoes, a library, rec room - and don't worry, there are both summer AND winter activities! Nearby in the White Mountains there are canoe and kayak rentals, cross country skiing and snow mobiles! Too much fun!
How much does it cost?
- Full hook up $36 - $42 / day
- Full hook up $216 - $252 / week
- Tents $32 / day
- Tents $192 / week
Facilities on site
There are over 165 sites, both forested and open. They are very "Big Rig" friendly, with 126 sites full hook up. They also have cable, and secluded tent sites. Also a swimming pool, amazing playground, hot showers, propane, laundry facilities and a rental units.
When can we go?
All year round.
Enjoy time with the family and buy food for meals, rather than going out, and enjoy it in the beautiful campground surrounded by nature! .
Any Top Tips?
Camping pets are welcome on the sites if there is a leash, but they need a certificate of rabies vaccination. No pets allowed in the rental trailers though. .
All sites has a fire pit and picnic tables! .
What people are saying?
by Trace Baxter
Some of the best times of my life. Lake Havasu city wouldnt be the sa? e without it!
It was great being able to park right on the beach and having water toy rental right there was an added bonus. Very little shade and you are parked very close to your neighbor. That is a real necessity during Spring Break when what we call "Desert Storm" occurs. A little uncomfortable for people who camp during regular months but the management is very good and tries to give you room. This place has a lot of permanent housing but it is kept separately from holiday travelers. Very clean although the restrooms are a complete shambles early in the...Read More
by Backstage Gabe
Fun place. I remember they had a Dj at a campground one time. Super Fun
by Rik Brouwer
The place looked all right, but on check in they required our party of 6 in one 30 foot RV to take two places, because the maximum amount of people is 4. Right.. Place wasn't cheap in the first place, but by doubling that I couldn't do anything else than laugh at their policy and make a quick U-turn..
by A Google User
This park is a gorgeous place it is right on Lake Havasu with breathtaking views all around. The World Famous London Bridge is walking distance. The Park Models they have for sell are nicely finished and set up. Restaurants within walking distance also. Try the Agave its tasty!
It was great being able to park right on the beach and having water toy rental right there was an added bonus. Very little shade and you are parked very close to your neighbor. That is a real necessity during Spring Break when what we call "Desert Storm" occurs. A little uncomfortable for people who camp during regular months but the management is very good and tries to give you room. This place has a lot of permanent housing but it is kept separately from holiday travelers. Very clean although the restrooms are a complete shambles early in the morning. Spots have water and electric but no sewer so bring an empty rv unless you don't mind being hip deep in college kid trash if you are a morning person. The facilities are the first thing cleaned in the morning so if you can wait you are better off.