Rates & Reservations

Weekly & 3 Day Weekend Rates, 2024

Want to experience the best family campground in Southern New Hampshire, but don't want to commit for a month?  Spend a 3 day weekend with us, or better yet, a full week.  Call the office for reservations, or send us an email at AyersLake18@gmail.com.

Monthly Rates, 2024


New Hampshire law requires all visitors to be registered before entering the campground-regardless of age.  

Daily Visitor Fees:  

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We price our sites according to the location of the site, not the type of equipment that goes on it. "RV's 35ft or less fit best in our campground with limited sites for larger rv's- please call about site availability.

Please Note: Sites 5 and 6 may only be rented for one month at a time.  They are not eligible for seasonal rental.  

Tent Sites

Tent sites are returning this year! Nestled on a hill overlooking the water, or enjoying the seclusion of the island, tent sites are available for single nights, 2 day weekends or a full week.  The Island is the ideal family getaway location, and can accommodate 8 adults and 4 children before a $10 charge per camper will be added.  State mandates require no more than 14 people on a family site. 

All tent sites are within a five minute walk from our fully appointed bath house, complete with hot showers.  We look forward to hearing from you to plan your rustic camping escape!

3-day Holiday weekends include Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day.

Seasonal Rates - 2024

Seasonal Deposit: 33% to reserve or Jan 15, 33% by Mar 31, balance due by May 1.

Credit Cards: A 3.5% processing fee applies for all credit card charges.

Seasonal guests may leave their campers over the winter with a $500 deposit and proof of insurance and registration of their camper, or be subject to Barrington town taxes.


You will probably not see destructive pests hiding in your firewood, but you can prevent them from "hitchhiking" and starting new infestations by always following these simple rules:

Use local sources of firewood. Don't bring firewood from home when you travel, and don't return home with firewood from another state. A good rule is never move firewood more than 50 miles.

If you have already brought firewood from home, do not take it back or leave it behind. Burn it as soon as possible.

Please keep your fires small- no flames over 20 inches high. NO BONFIRES PERMITTED. Please only burn regular campfire wood. We do not allow the burning of construction wood, painted wood or pallets of any kind. It is against the law to move fireplaces.