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akaijen


Jul 23, 2004, 4:49 PM
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Camping at Rumney with a Dog  (North_America: United_States: New_Hampshire: Grafton_County: Rumney)
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Hi,

My dog sitter fell through and now I need to bring my dog on my trip to NH. We're going to kennel him in Manchester while we're at North Conway, but will keep him with us at Rumney.

I have a reservation at D Acres but they don't allow dogs so I need to cancel. Can anyone recommend a campground that will allow me to bring him? He's a beagle, so he stays on a leash. The pine place is pretty pricey - are the other campgrounds mentioned in this area ok?

Thanks for your help!
Jen

PS - I'm very sad to miss out on D Acres - they sound way nice on the phone.


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As far as I know you can camp along the river on the other side of the crags. At least I camped there and nothing happened... besides its NH live fre or die right......


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Hey I live in Holderness NH, and climb at Rummeny all the time. I'd be happy to house sit your dogg for a while. how long are you staying? D Acres is really nice.... i don't want you to miss out. I live about 10 minutes from the Rummeny Cliffs. Anyways if you feel like it, my number here is 603-536-1105. Glad to help. - Erin


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My Wife and I were just up there this past weekend with our dog and we stayed at the baker river campground, no problems at all. It's a down and dirty rv/camping facility but it's a 8 minute drive to the parking lot and they have free showers if you dare!


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Hey nice to hear your visiting my old stomping grounds. Anyway, across the road from the large parking lot ( Parking lot Wall crag) there is a large field. This is owned by a really nice guy and his wife. He charges $5 a day and has no issues with dogs. He doesn't allow fires but you will manage. Eric
p.s. Hope you have good weather. :wink:


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Yeah, the nice couple across the street from the main parking lot don't have a problem with dogs. They have some dogs, so if your dog is ok with others I am sure it will be fine. Also, I think they charge $7 per person per night to camp.


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Yeah, the nice couple across the street from the main parking lot don't have a problem with dogs. They have some dogs, so if your dog is ok with others I am sure it will be fine. Also, I think they charge $7 per person per night to camp.

Actually, the Camara's told us they don't allow dogs anymore due to insurance issues. Apparently they had a bad experience last summer or something and are very up front with their 'no dog' policy.

good luck finding someplace!


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