View Full Version : Free place to stay in Northeast

Brad Townsend
10-16-2009, 10:26 AM
Hey guys just wanted to let you all know that if you are considering visiting the Northeast
my brother (RICK) has installed about 8 full hookups 50 amp sites on his property. He welcomes all rvers and only request that you pay for the electric used, each site has it's own meter, about 21 cents per KWH. the location is Barrington NH his tel #is 603-664-5987 and email is townpug@aol.com.

This location is about 30 minutes from the coast and Portsmouth NH and about 1.5 hrs south of the White Mtns. Freeport Me. (LL Bean is about 1.5 hrs north east. you can stay as long as you want. The sites are wooded with plenty of room for big rigs. This is where we are right now for a few more days and our rig is 40 ft with a 25 ft trailer. A very quiet, nicely landscaped place. if anyone would like to visit the area i can give you some pointers on some very nice places to visit for scenery and eating. you can also get wifi from him for free if you don't have a card. Probably free satellite also, I know my site has it and he is wiring other sites.

My brother has done a great job installing pedestal hookups with 50/30/20 amp service and sewer and water all at the same spot properly located for long coaches. He has 2 coaches himself, Holiday Rambler and Travel Supreme. Trying to get him interested in the Newell.


10-16-2009, 02:06 PM
Hey Brad....that is great to know.....thank you for sharing the information....might have come in handy for the Zonker's, or Russo's when they made their swing through NH. Our trip to the Northeast to see the "color" will probably be in 2 years, and we will add your brother's property to our detination list!

10-16-2009, 07:29 PM
Wow, Brad, very generous offer of your Brother. We are now in Lancaster, PA and looking forward to touring the Amish countryside. We made it around the PA storm by swinging wide east and staying closer to the coast. We will take off for the SOUTH on Tuesday and hope for some warm weather and sunshine. 3,200 miles into our trip.