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mikey98e

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We usually camp during the off season in VT, NH and ME because we like the quiet without any little ones around; our kids are grown up. Since I've been laid off we will probably have to get our camping done during the summer when the kiddies are in our regular campgrounds. So I'm looking for suggestions of adult only campgrounds in the New England area.

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Try this one friends of ours own it. It's a quite CG. Link


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Hi ,If you want a campground without children you will have to stay home. I do not think I have ever seen one that only accomidates to older adults only. I think the yelping ankle biting dogs that are allowed are worse than young children being children. Do you remember the fun of it all ?


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Take a look at this place The Bluffs


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Here's one which is 50 yrs. and older only. Sanbornville, NH area. We stayed there a couple of years ago....very quiet and on a lake...

www.lakeforestrvresort.com


....and as to the comment of 2001Tundra, not everyone has to enjoy kid noise.

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2001tundra, you must not camp much in the west, where there are lots of 55+ cg's.

Sorry to the OP. I'm not too familiar with east coast places, but we agree with you about appreciating quieter parks.

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Wild Duck near Portland, Maine is one we know about. Champlain Adult Campground in Vermont is another. Haven't stayed at either, but both are age-restricted.


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My parent's used to camp at Lake Forest many years ago (probably almost 20 now that I think of it!)
My wife and I would go up to visit them. It was a really beutiful campground.
By the website it still looks great and looks like they've added a golf course. I've been dying to sneak away from the kids and get up there for a long weekend sometime!


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2001tundra wrote:

Hi ,If you want a campground without children you will have to stay home. I do not think I have ever seen one that only accomidates to older adults only. I think the yelping ankle biting dogs that are allowed are worse than young children being children. Do you remember the fun of it all ?



There are a few that only allow adults. I wish there were more. We spent a week in helll at Bayleys in Maine. They wouldn't give us a refund. There must have been 300 unattended wild banshees running around. They had a marshmallow gun fight and were cutting through our site, hiding under our RV, jumping off our picnic table shooting marshmallows everywhere. They rode around in packs on ATV tricycles and would see how close they could get to the dogs when we walked them. The parents sat around and drank beer all day. The heathens stole my orange cone I had next to my sat tripod.

Wild Duck right down the street from Bayleys is GREAT. No kids, not even visiting grandchildren are allowed.


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Champlain Adult Campground in Grand Isle Vermont. Beautiful.


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