Mollidgewock State Park RV & Campground Guide
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- Mollidgewock State Park
Along the shores of the Androscoggin River, this New Hampshire state park is near the towns of Errol and Berlin. For those who want to hit the lake, Mollidgewock State Park is an excellent place for kayaking and canoeing. There are plenty of things to see and do at this park, but the temperatures can vary throughout the seasons.
Spring 14-37 F
Summer 54-77 F
Fall 34-55 F
Winter 2-25 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Mollidgewock State Park
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Mollidgewock State Park Campground
If you want to stay close to Mollidgewock State Park, there are several RV sites available at this location. You can choose from primitive to RV-accessible sites. Some sites are even handicap-accessible. While at Mollidgewock, you can use the facilities for your own cookout or relax on the gazebo. This campground is open throughout the year, but it is not staffed during the offseason. There are no hookups at this location. You can rent a site for $27 per night.
Water hookup: No
Electrical hookup: No
Sewer hookup: No
Other amenities: Hiking trails, dump stations, recycling station
Clear Stream Campground
On the banks of Clear Stream, you will find this campground. If you love to drive an ATV, this park has direct access to the "Ride the Wilds" ATV trail system. At this location, there are over 22 sites, including those with water and electric hookups. For your comfort, you can stay healthy and clean at the bathhouse. Clear Stream Campground does offer seasonal rates. If you are looking to book a spot, the rates will vary depending on the location. You can expect to pay anywhere from $30 to $40.
Water hookup: Yes
Electrical hookup: Yes (selected sites)
Sewer hookup: Yes
Other amenities: Trash removal, quiet hours, dump station
Log Haven Campground
In the Great North Woods, you can enjoy the natural beauty at the Log Haven Campground. This campground offers both shaded and open sites. New Hampshire is known for its ATV paths, and Log Haven has direct access to several trails. You can travel on these trails during the summer and winter. Reservations are not required as they welcome those "drop-in" visitors. If you plan to visit several times a year, Log Haven offers seasonal rates. You can select water and electric hookups for $30 per night, or there are also full-hookup spaces for $35.
Water hookup: Yes (select sites)
Electrical hookup: Yes (select sites)
Sewer hookup: Yes (select sites)
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Mollidgewock State Park
Inside Mollidgewock State Park
Mollidgewock State Park is a 46-acre wooded wonderland near the town of Errol, New Hampshire. Since it is near the Thirteen Mile Woods Scenic Area, you are treated to a wide variety of scenic wonders. Many visitors come to this state park to fish in the cool waters or boat on the lake. There are even several trails that will take you through the park. For those expert or novice paddlers, the Androscoggin River is the perfect place to kayak or canoe. If you love to view the local wildlife, this park is a favorite spot to catch moose roaming through the valley.
Outside Mollidgewock State Park
Mollidgewock State Park is just outside the town of Errol. In this town, you can enjoy a delicious dinner or visit the local attractions. There are a few places to stock up the rig for your vacation. Wherever you choose to visit, there is plenty of fun throughout Errol and the surrounding communities.
Trading Post Restaurant
If you want to enjoy a home-cooked meal in Errol, you definitely want to make a stop at the Trading Post Restaurant. This location is a great place for a filling entrée. The menu consists of seafood, chicken, steak, and stir-fry items. If you want to start with an appetizer, make sure to order the baked stuffed mushrooms or vegetarian spring rolls.
Location: 3740 Dam Rd, Errol, NH 03579
This quaint diner serves up some local delicacies. If you want to enjoy a moose or an elk burger, then you can get your chance at this spot. Along with the burgers, the diner also serves up breakfast and lunch specialties. Northern Exposure is located right in the heart of downtown Errol.
Location: 12 Main St, Errol, NH 03579
Black Bear Tavern
Sports fans can enjoy some great food as they catch a local game. The Black Bear Tavern serves up flavorful meals in a welcoming atmosphere. The menu includes daily specials and local favorites. There are separate menus for lunch and dinner. If you want a local classic, don't forget to order the poutine. The Black Bear Tavern is also an excellent place to kick back and order a drink with your meal. You can order everything from local beers to wines.
Location: 151 Main St, Colebrook, NH 03576
Errol General Store
When you need to buy some supplies and groceries for your RV, make sure to stop by the Errol General Store. This shop takes you back to the days of those small local shops. However, you can find everything that you need at this location. This general store is known for its fresh deli sandwiches and hot coffee.
Location: 76 Main St, Errol, NH 03579
If you need a large selection of items, LaPerle's IGA has you covered. This location offers fresh seafood, produce, and meats to help you create the perfect meal in your RV. The store provides discounts for those who are looking to stock up the rig. If you need a prescription filled, this IGA has a pharmacy for your convenience.
Location: 64 Trooper Leslie G Lord Memorial Hwy, Colebrook, NH 03576
For those who need to pick up a few items, Rudy's Market is located in the nearby town of Berlin. This small convenience store also offers fresh meats and deli items. If you want a delicious sandwich, plan to stop at this spot. You can also pick up other supplies for a cookout, such as beer and wine.
Location: 81 Wight Street, Berlin, NH 03570
Northern Forest Canoe Trail
This 740-mile canoeing trail covers the northeastern part of the United States and Canada. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail follows the same waterways as those traveled by early American settlers. You can travel a portion of the trail and see some of the natural beauty of New Hampshire.
Location: 8 State Route 17, Waitsfield, VT 05673
This wilderness lake is located in Coos County, and it is just outside of Errol. Umbagog Lake contains one of the most pristine lakes in the state. If you want to boat or camp out, this is a great spot to help you retreat into nature.
Location: Route 26, Cambridge, NH 03579
Dixville Notch State Park
This state park covers over 127 acres in Dixville Township. While you are there, you can see waterfalls and scenic gorges. If you want a closer look, hiking trails lead to the summits of the mountains.
Location: NH-26, Colebrook, NH 03576
How to Get to
Mollidgewock State Park
If you are traveling from I-93, you need to take exit 36 onto Route 3. From there, follow Route 3 to Route 16. Once you are on Route 16, you need to stay on the road for several miles. For those travelers on I-95, take Route 16 to Route 26. Follow the signs to Mollidgewock State Park.
Entering Mollidgewock State Park
Mollidgewock State Park is open year-round, day and night. In the offseason, comfort and ranger stations may be closed.
Mollidgewock State Park Per vehicle (1-4 adults) : $0.0
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Frequently Asked Questions About Mollidgewock State Park
You should book your stay at Mollidgewock State Park early. You'll pay $23 per night for up to two adults and four children. The fee raises $10 per extra adult and $5 per extra child.
The park allows pets if they are picked up after, chaperoned, and kept on leashes six feet or shorter. Pets aren’t allowed near pavilions, beaches, or picnic areas between May 1 and September 30.
Mollidgewock State park consists mostly of tent-only camping spots. However, there are 14 spots that allow pop-up campers and two standard 25 back-in spots for RVs. There aren’t any available hookups.
Avoid higher levels of summer humidity and precipitation by visiting Mollidgewock State Park stay during the fall. Fall temperatures range between 55 and 77 degrees. Take advantage of fall activities such as horse riding, hiking, and more.
New Hampshire is classified as having a humid continental climate. The rainiest months are between May to August. Summer temperatures usually settle at around 80 degrees per day, while winter temperatures usually range between 17 to 33 degrees.