Field & Stream RV Park is located at 7 Dupaw Gould Road in Brookline, NH.
This adorable little RV park is located in the beautiful New Hampshire hills. And it’s loaded with the flavor of New England and all of its beauty.
We were able to visit this gorgeous area during September, actually over the Labor Day weekend. So we experienced the nip of fall in the air and the beauty of the changing leaves.
Field And Steam RV Park Features
The park is easily accessed by any size rig. And there are plenty of main roads leading into it from all directions.
Although this is a small park with only 54 sites, it is well laid out and extremely clean.
And it does accommodate travelers during all four seasons. This is very unique for RV parks in this area.
Like many other RV campgrounds, there are some long term campers in the park. But they also have RV sites available for those who pass through the area too.
All of the campsites appear to be pretty level and can handle almost any size rig. They all have both 50 and 30 amp electric, as well as water, sewer, and wifi. And many sites are also cable ready.
We found the staff to be quite helpful, making sure to help us get our bigger rig into
They also offer propane fill-ups for your LP tanks too. We were glad to take advantage of that provision while we stayed there.
And the bath houses and laundry rooms were immaculate and very reasonably priced.
Although they don’t offer tons of amenities, they do have a fishing pond, and a playground for the kids. And of course a nice place for your furry friends to run around too.
They also have a hiking trail that flanks a fairly large lake and is very pretty to walk. In fact, the area is loaded with hiking opportunities for those who are nature lovers.
Quite frankly, with all the beauty surrounding you and the gorgeous scenic drives, there is more than enough to keep you busy.
Nearby Shopping And Facilities
But seeing that the park is out in the countryside, is civilization anywhere nearby? Oh my goodness yes!!
Nashua, NH is only about a half hour away and it has all of your major stores there. For instance, Walmart, Costco, Sam’s, Aldi, Shaw’s, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and others.
And just a side note, New Hampshire is tax free…. what a plus!!
But if you want to get even closer to things, Boston is only about 1 hour away. And it
offers so many things you can’t even begin to cover it all.
So, the park’s location offers a lot of beauty with lots of shopping availability very close by. A win, win situation!!!
How about cell phone and internet reception? Although it was not exceptional, our Sprint service took care of all of our calling and texting needs.
Our AT&T hotspot did fine for internet access too. We did not have exceptional upload and download speeds, but we had enough to work and stream all that we needed.
So what was our final thoughts about this park???
It was a nice, quiet, well maintained little park nestled in the middle of a gorgeous
part of New Hampshire. It handled all of our needs and gave us a taste of New England at its finest.
I guess the only thing that would be considered a downside for some would be the lack of amenities as was mentioned.
But this was not a major problem for us though and we would definitely give this park a 4.8 rating.
Thanks to all at Field & Stream for making our stay in your area WONDERFUL!!!!!