Mollidgewock State Park RV & Campground Guide

New Hampshire

Situated along the Androscoggin River in northern New Hampshire near the border with Maine, Mollidgewock State Park is a 46-acre preserve offering an abundance of recreational opportunities, including boating, fishing, and camping. There are several good spots to launch a canoe or kayak into the river's calm waters. Winters can be brutally long and cold this far north, so you may want to plan your visit for the summer months. In addition, the park's campground is only open seasonally. During your visit to the area, you may want to stop at the Seven Islands Bridge to enjoy a scenic view or visit the nearby Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge.

Nearby Cities

  • Errol, NH

  • Upton, ME

  • Dixville Notch, NH

  • Newry, ME

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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

Campground Accommodations

Mollidgewock State Park Campground

  • Water hookup: No

  • Electrical hookup: No

  • Sewer hookup: No

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Max RV length: 24 feet

  • Other amenities: Water, pit toilets, picnic tables, fire pits, firewood and ice for sale

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

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • 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

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: 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)

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

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What to Do at
Mollidgewock State Park

Visitors come to Mollidgewock State Park mostly to relax in the serene surroundings of nature, go kayaking or canoeing, or stay overnight in the waterfront campground. If you enjoy watching wildlife, you will delight in seeing the large population of moose that make their home in the forest and descend upon the river each dawn and dusk.

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.

Fishing Fishing

The Androscoggin River runs through the park, attracting many anglers. Bait your line for fish species such as salmon, bass, and trout. Other species caught within the park include northern pike and yellow perch. You will need a New Hampshire State fishing license in order to fish at Mollidgewock State Park, and you can get one online before you arrive.

Geocaching Geocaching

This park has several geocaches near the hiking trails. You can find one with your smartphone. Take a prize and sign the logbook when you do, but don't forget to bring a family-friendly item to leave in the container for the next geocacher.

Nature Watching Nature Watching

Admire the views of the rolling hillsides, the dense forest, and the rushing river. In the fall, the colorful foliage is stunning. Your best bet at spotting moose is to get up with the first light of dawn and head along the riverfront trail.

Stargazing Stargazing

The park sits in a remote corner of New Hampshire, far from major highways and city lights, so you'll find very little light pollution when stargazing. You can take a blanket to the riverbank or set up a telescope at a picnic table to enjoy night sky views.

Flora and Fauna

The forest along the river contains a mixture of fir trees, pine trees, and spruce trees that offer a home for lots of deer, foxes, and the occasional black bear. If you visit during the spring, you will see wildflowers in bloom, such as lady's slipper orchids, trillium, violets, and asters. Birders may be able to add osprey, several species of ducks, eagles, and great blue herons to their journals.

Hiking Hiking

The Mollidgewock Shoreline Trail follows the banks of the Androscoggin River for about 2.5 miles, offering an easy and flat hike with excellent views the entire time. If you're looking for more hiking options, you'll find several to choose from just south of the park, at the Carter-Moriah Trailhead or the Rattle River Trailhead in the White Mountains National Forest. The Table Rock Trail is also nearby, offering a strenuous climb with excellent views.

Swimming Swimming

When the weather warms up, many people enjoy a dip in the river at Mollidgewock State Park. If you are looking for a thrill, locals enjoy jumping off the nearby Seven Mile Bridge, which can be found just south of the park along the river.


The river offers excellent boating opportunities. Kayaks and canoe rentals are available on-site during the warmer months.

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How to Get to
Mollidgewock State Park

If you're coming from Interstate 93, take exit 35 to get onto Route 3 heading north. Stay on Route 3 until you reach Route 115 north. Take 155 north and turn onto Route 2 east. Next, take Route 16 north. On this road, you will see signs leading to the park.

Coming from the I-95, make your way to Route 16 and head north. You will see signs for the park on Route 16.

Entering Mollidgewock State Park

Parking is available near the entrance and at the campground. Mollidgewock State Park has a day-use fee of $4 per adult and $2 for children ages 6 to 11. Children 5 and under are admitted free.

Mollidgewock State Park Entrance Fee for Adults : $4.0

Mollidgewock State Park Entrance Fee for Children : $2.0

Whether you want to explore New Hampshire's great outdoors by land or water, there is an adventure to get excited about at Mollidgewock State Park.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mollidgewock State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Mollidgewock State Park?

The campground is only open seasonally from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend, so you'll need to visit during those dates if you're looking to stay overnight. You're welcome to visit the park during the off-season, though some amenities may not be available, and the park is unstaffed.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Mollidgewock State Park?

In addition to moose, you can spot deer, bears, raccoons, rabbits, and squirrels at the park. Otters, muskrats, and beavers make their homes close to the water. Osprey and eagles can also be seen diving for fish in the river.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Mollidgewock State Park?

All of the sites at the campground at Mollidgewock State Park are primitive with no hookups, although RVs are welcome. Each site has a fire ring and a picnic table.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Mollidgewock State Park and what is the cost?

The cost to stay overnight at the campground is $23 per night. You do not have to make a reservation, but the park staff recommends you do. When booking online, there is a $6.50 non-refundable reservation fee.

Are pets allowed at Mollidgewock State Park?

Your pets are welcome to join you in the park, and they are allowed on the hiking trails. However, they must be on a leash, and you are responsible for cleaning up after them.