Policies and Guidelines


Please take a moment to read and review, for the comfort and enjoyment of all.

Reservations & Cancellations:

We would like to hear from you! Either write, email, or call and make your reservations. We have discounted rates for weekly, monthly and seasonal rentals.

For Campsites: Check in time: 1:00PM, check out 12:00. A 50% deposit may be requested and you may use your Visa or Mastercard, or send a check. "No shows” will be charged the full stay. Checks will be accepted for payment if received at least 14 days prior to arrival. Reservations must arrive before 9 P.M. (Unless previous arrangements have been made).

Refunds will be made if reservations are cancelled more than 14 days prior to arrival. Within 14 days of arrival but not sooner than 7 days from arrival, cancellations may be eligible for a partial raincheck for another stay. Within 7 days of arrival, the entire stay will be charged to the credit card on file for the reservation. There are no refunds for early departure.

Payment Options:

We Accept: Mastercard – Visa – Checks – Cash


Basic Campground Rules:

We welcome you to our campground and ask that the following guidelines be observed to make your stay safe and more enjoyable for yourself and your neighbors.



CAMPER REGISTRATION: All campers are required to register on arrival. Check in 1:00 – Check out – 12:00 A half day fee is charged for early check in or late check out. Check office to see if site is available. No washing of cars. boats, etc. We are on artesian well water, conservation is a must. Entrance is closed from 11:00 PM to 7:00 AM.


SPEED LIMIT IN CAMPGROUND: Is 5 Miles Per Hour. Keep our children safe! If you are wondering about it, you ARE driving too fast.


TRASH: Please recycle! Barrels for Plastic, Aluminum cans and Glass are marked and located next to dumpster near the exit. Other household trash must be put in trash bags and tied. Deposit in dumpster near exit. No large items (chairs, cardboard boxes, grills, etc.) accepted.


CAMPSITE: Area is the cleared area only. It is to be maintained in a neat and sanitary manner. Use a container to catch gray water (sink water) and dispose of at dumping station. (NH Law) Rubber donuts or similar air tight device must be used on sewer hook-ups. Smokers, please dispose of cigarette butts properly, not in woods, beach or on ground. Adjoining land is private property. Do not trespass. Putting nails in trees is not allowed. Do not cut vegetation between sites! Damaging trees (even saplings) is punishable by hanging.


CAMPFIRES: Fireplaces must not be moved [NH Law). Maintain only a small low fire in the fire place and keep a 6 foot area around the fire free of pine needles. Water fire if leaving camp and never leave unattended. Fires must be out and watered by midnight Fri & Sat, 11:00 PM Sun – Thurs. No exceptions. Please do not dump charcoal or ashes In the woods. No burning of plastic or PT wood.


New Hampshire State Law prohibits the use of out-of-state firewood.


ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES: Beverages are to be confined to site, used only by those 21 years and over. (New Hampshire State Law). FIREARMS ARE PROHIBITED ON CAMPGROUND PROPERTY.


PETS: 2 pets maximum per site. Campers must provide a copy of rabies certificate. All pets are to be leashed and not allowed in tent sites. Clean up after your pet and do not leave unattended on site. Pets are NOT allowed on beach outside of specific dog exercise hours, inquire in office. All pets MUST be confined, cleaned up after & leashed when walking on the grounds and on the site. Leaving dog poop is punishable by hanging. Leashes must be no longer than 6 feet and walkers must be of sufficient stature or size to be able to have control at all times and have a grip on the leash. It is recommended that children not walk dogs. Pets must not be allowed to annoy others in any manner, or left unattended. No aggressive pets are allowed. Any dog showing any display of aggression whatsoever may be asked to leave the campground. Dogs left at campsites or in campers unattended or allowed to bark in a nuisance manner will be asked to leave the campground without a refund. 


CHILDREN: Parents are responsible for the behavior and safety of their children at all times. Those 9 years and under must be supervised in the rest rooms by an adult. Bicycle riding must be done safely. Children should be on their sites after quiet hours and should always be supervised by an adult. No bicycle riding after dark.


QUIET HOURS: Please consider and respect your neighbor, sounds carry in the quiet woods and many people retire early. For the comfort and rest of all campers, observe quiet time between 11:00 PM & 8:00 AM. Children and teenagers are to be on their sites during these hours. Power tools, firearms, etc. not allowed. No Fireworks allowed in campground. Those in repeated violation of quiet hours WILL be asked to leave without a refund.


VISITOR REGISTRATION: Visitors must register at the office (NH Law) on arrival and park in the visitor’s area, unless they have difficulty walking.


BEACH AND SWIMMING RULES: A lifeguard is not on duty – YOU SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK. Please accompany your children crossing road to beach for their safety. Children under 14 must be supervised by adult (NH Law). Horse-playing or pushing people off raft is prohibited. DIVING IS NOT ALLOWED DUE TO SHALLOW WATER. No rock tossing, playing in or on boats or canoes. No glass containers on the beach. The sand is not an ashtray, don't use it as one! Leaving cigarette butts on the beach is punishable by hanging. BEACH IS CLOSED AT DARK. No motorboats allowed on beach.

STORE: Has snacks, RV and Camping supplies, fishing equipment, gifts, firewood, bag ice and tourist information. Small groceries are available less than a mile's drive away at Seven Lakes Provisions. 




These rules will be enforced and violators will be asked to leave the campground. Thank you for your cooperation.

© 2014 by Lake Ivanhoe Inn & Campground, LLC.

Call us now to book: 603-522-8824

or email office@lakeivanhoe.com

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