Founded in 2002, Hinsdale RV Resort and Campground was designed around the needs of today’s camper. Our management team brings a variety of business experience to the resort and is committed to running a fabulous campground.
We have experienced managers on site available to answer your questions, help you locate essential services, direct you to points of interest in Hinsdale, and offer other assistance.
By making sure that our campground is clean, safe, and secure, quiet, and well-maintained we emphasize the quality of your stay and make it our highest priority.
The Hinsdale philosophy is to provide campers with a stress-free and relaxing vacation experience. Our goal is to offer the perfect setting for great getaways, good times, and lots of fun!
Image of Historic Hinsdale from www.ushistoricalarchive.com
Hinsdale, a Former Mill Town
Located in Cheshire County beside the Connecticut River in the southwestern corner of New Hampshire, Hinsdale is named for Col. Ebenezer Hinsdale, a respected early resident who built a fort and gristmill here in 1742. In the 19th and 20th centuries Hinsdale was the site of numerous paper mills.
Of historic interest, the Todd Block and International Order of Odd Fellows Hall, at 27-31 Main Street on Route 119, was constructed in 1862 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hinsdale is also home to the oldest commissioned post office in the country, still in operation today at 13 Main Street, next to Hinsdale’s historic town hall.