If you looking for a close weekend getaway try Meredith Woods in NH, not a resort style campground but might fit your needs.
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Danforth Bay Camp Resort in Freedom, NH is open for winter camping, Normandy Farms is also open as already mentioned. Gunstock Mountain Resort and Ski area in Gilford NH is also open. Otter Lake Cmp Resort in Marshalls Creek PA (Pocono's) is open as well.
I suggest you Park LaBreas, it involves all the facilities which is recommended by you. It is all about individual choice. But I must say, naturally the larger parks can afford more activities, amenities, and central facilities. resorts in texas
There are CG's open during the winter months, but most activities are away from the CG, such as skiing etc. We have winter camped for years and our 2 favorites are Camp Hatteras in Rodanthe (OBX) and Ocean Lakes in Myrtle Beach.We like to be steps from the ocean and beach. Camp Hatteras has an indoor pool, game room and club house and the Outer Banks has tons to see and do. Ocean Lakes has tons of activities right at the cg, indoor pool,Arcade, mini golf, etc. even in the winter. I have walked thru the neighboring CG's which were like ghost towns by comparison. Neighboring Myrtle Beach, Broadway at the Beach and Ripleys Aquarium will give you plenty to do also.
On our way back, we will do a one nighter at Holiday Travel Park in Virginia Beach or Cherrystone CG further north. Both of those CG's are booming with activities during the summmer, BUT nothing at all in the winter.
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