Chocorua Camping Village will be following CDC recommendations and will still require masks in buildings:
office, store, rec hall, game room, bathrooms, and will request social distancing.
We will provide hand sanitization stations at all building and for rec activities.
We aim to keep everyone healthy, happy and back out in nature!
Father's Day Weekend - June 18-20 - Fishing & Food Demos!
Please note - We are a family campground and we do not endorse any political party.
Political signs or flags of any kind are not permitted on our camp sites. Thanks for understanding!
Chocorua Camping Village KOA, a national award-winning Holiday Park, continues to improve every year. The dedication of the owners, managers, and staff keep our guests coming back year after year. Chocorua KOA now has 150 wooded sites, 16 on-site rentals,
Camp Store, 2 bathroom facilities, laundromat, a full recreation schedule, 5 miles of nature trails, swimming pool, beach, store, Rec Hall, game room, large dog park with day kennels and the most incredible, friendly staff you’ll ever meet! Make this summer a standout one! Come join the family tradition of Chocorua Camping Village!
Family owned and operated for over forty years, Chocorua Camping Village KOA has grown and developed naturally with the times. We provide camp-wide WiFi, dance parties, movie nights, and learn-to-paint workshops, and yet, at the heart of our Holiday Park are the acres of explorable wilderness, the serene motor-free Moores Pond, and the ease of a people’s-choice vacation destination.
The early 1970’s brought a young Spencer clan to the Tamworth area. Lee and Shirley Spencer had heard through family rumors that the land and lodges of Wabanaki were up for sale. Having spent memorable summers at the pond side cabins, the Spencers purchased the lodges and undeveloped property from Lee’s Uncle Ed Hayes in 1973. With a 1969 CASE tractor, Lee started the gradual and continual process of road and site construction, keeping the natural environment intact as much as possible. A series of bridges
were built to access the community of Wabanaki Lodge. Chocorua Camping Village opened up to the public with 10 sites and a comfort station (bathroom facility) in 1975. While Lee designed and constructed
the Rec Hall and Camp Store, Shirley, a 6th grade teacher, spent her summer breaks working the office, maintaining the cabins, and creating the business infrastructure of Wabanaki Lakeside Vacation Corporation. Together, with family and staff they have created over 40 years of family vacation adventures and memories.