Timberland Campground

Oct 16 thru 20, 2024

Timberland Campground
809 US-2
Shelburne NH 03581
Owner: Megan & Scott Townsend

Wagon Masters: Mikeee & Cathie Tassinari

Please note that the Campground closes on October 14, 2024 and will reopen specifically for our group on Wednesday October 16, 2024.
Anyone wishing to arrive on Wednesday may do so, but will have to pay for that’s night’s stay.

Please do not call the campground to make a reservation, all reservations and payment of Campsite fees will go through Mikeee!!!

Since the Campground is closed, you may pick your own site as long as no one has already reserved it.
Please check with Mikeee first if you want a particular site.
You may arrive on your site, anytime on day of your arrival.

Campground site fees are as follows:

  • Primitive: $30.00 per night – no hookups! 30 sites are available
  • Water & Electric only: $35.00 per night – 20 sites with 20 amp service & 3 sites with 30 amp service
  • Water, Electric & Sewage: $45.00 per night – 34 sites with mostly 30 amp service

A one night deposit will be required to reserve a site for this Jamboree.

Make checks/money orders payable to:
Michael Tassinari
Send to the following address.
Mike Tassinari
15 Stevens Street
Peabody MA. 01960


The approx. 20’ x 20’ pavilion will be reserved for the North-East Truck Camping Jamboree group.
There will be no charge for the use of the pavilion.
The owners of the Campground will allow the N.E.T.C.J group to add their 20×30 foot tent to the front of the pavilion.
The Campground will provide additional picnic tables as needed.

Note: I will need some help in setting up the 20×30 tent,
so anyone who can arrive early on Thursday, please do so and help with the tent set up!


Please do not bring firewood to the Campground. I have ordered a cord of wood to keep us warm and toasty.
There is a community fire ring right next to the Pavilion.


We welcome all pets, but please bring your paperwork regarding having a current Rabies shot.
The Campground has a large field and some trails that well behaved pets and their owners can explore off leash.

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