Pitch your tent on the private 18 acres and 1400 feet of riverfront beach. Off the grid. Sleep under the stars with no light pollution. Take a bath in the river. Shallow slow moving river that you can float in all day. Walking distance or bike to downtown Plymouth NH for food and entertainment.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Riverfront on Beach Off-grid in New Hampshire.
The vibe at Riverfront on Beach Off-grid
Places to see near Riverfront Beach Escape
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Pros: right off the highway, really easy to get to, quite a pretty location.
Cons: unfortunately, near the highway, so you can defintely hear cars driving by.
Overall, great little spot for easy camping for day trips! Thanks for letting us stay!
This site is awesome! It’s a multi-tent site, so know that you could have neighbors somewhat nearby (within view). Its right by the river and really picturesque - felt very safe and is conveniently located.
This place was great! Even though there were two other groups on the beach, and we were two groups ourselves of 7 people, we had plenty of space and it felt private. Yes, you can hear the highway, but at night it calms down quite a bit and you're left with the sound of the water and the occasional owl. Just be aware: there was a group on the beach whose truck got stuck - if you drive onto the beach (which you don't have to), make sure your 4 wheel drive is working properly!
Great spot, easy to find. Make sure to use tick spray if you have to walk down the dirt road. I would highly recommend grabbing a pair of water shoes too. So much fun swimming in the river! We had a great weekend
What a great spot!!! Our host, Eric, was very responsive and gave lots of direction on getting down the to beach, things to bring, and what to expect. The road down is overgrown, but we had no problem getting two trucks on the beach and two parked just before that. This is a multi-camp site, but we happen to be the only ones there for the weekend. There is plenty of space for tents to spread out all along the beach. We spent the day wading in the shallow water, skipping rocks, playing bocce ball in the sand, fishing, throwing a frisbee, and catching some sun! There is an awesome spot just upstream from the beach where you can climb on some exposed rocks in the middle of the river. If you have the time, lots of folks bring tubes to Livermore Falls and float down the Pemi. This beach is right along the float route! (so you may get looks from tubers waving "hi!") Downtown Plymouth is also very close by, so if you run out of snacks or want a break from roughing it, you can easily take a quick trip. With the beautiful scenery and convenient location, I would highly recommend this site to anyone... it is definitely one of our favs! Already looking forward to going back.
Do be careful walking around on the beach barefoot, as we found quite a bit of glass and broken bottles. Please keep nature clean, carry out and recycle!!
Really beautiful sites right on the river and there was no one else there (middle of the week). The 100 yard path to the beach is undeveloped but I was still able to get my Prius through it (barely). Also be careful during tick season if you walk the path, there were quite a lot of them! Overall great stay!
My boyfriend and I stayed one night here last weekend and we had a great time! The location has a nice remote feel, but at the same time not too far from civilization. We felt safe! Overall, the property was clean. The river was refreshing and it was nice to wake up to the sound of it rushing. Our dogs LOVED swimming in it! Our only complaint was that we felt the trail that leads to the beach could use some maintenance. We were aware that the trail was rough/recommended for 4wheel cars to drive down...however, we still feel like some overgrown weeds in the middle of the path could be mowed. We drive a Honda Civic and made it down the trail, but it was a tough drive (lots of scratches on the car) and wouldn’t do it again. You can park directly on the beach, but again you’d need 4 wheel drive. Overall, we recommend this property and would go again (if we could borrow a truck)!
Excellent location for a large group. Nine of us had a blast cooling off in the river after a hike and warming up by the campfire. The spot is about 10 minutes from Hannaford and Walmart. Would definitely come back.