Untitled Document

  Photo by Local Photographer and Friend John Rowe

The Summer Season Is Perfect on Ossipee Lake!
See you all soon!

Westward Shores Lakeside Camping Resort is located on the northwest shore of Ossipee Lake. Just minutes from the Mt Washington Valley with it's shops, dining, and family attractions.

Nature abounds and outdoor sports enthusiasts will have much to do. Boating, Hiking, Fishing, Golf or just take it easy on our beach with views that never get old.

We are a family campground with seasonal, weekly and overnight sites. For availability contact us or drop by.

Our Marina offers direct access to Ossipee Lake and it's three main bays. A gas dock and lakeside market are for your convenience.

We welcome winter campers. Enjoy snowmobiling with your family right from our park with access to the many miles of New Hampshire trails. We are also close to a number of first class ski areas.


Untitled Document

Gatehouse Info Phone:
Call 1-603-539-6445 for availability, reservations and general information

Gatehouse Hours:
The Gatehouse is now OPEN on a Summer Schedule.   Call the Gate House Phone  with any questions you may have for reservations and availability.

Westward Market / On the Waterfront:
Call 1-603-539-9159
Westward Market Offers to the Lake Community a Gas Dock, Oven Fresh Pizza, Hot Diggity  Steamed Dogs, Fresh Sandwiches, Ice Cream, Ice Cold Beer, Soda, Milk and many other items. CALL AHEAD then float on by!

Current Seasonal Campers:
Billing questions may be addressed by calling the Accounting Office @

General Info: info@westwardshorescampground.com

Units For Sale Info:



Update 9/2/2015 UPDATES!  

If you would like information please...
General Info and Reservations e-mail info@westwardshorescampground.com or give us a call at our gate house 603-539-6445
Units for Sale Info e-mail mark@westwardshorescampground.com or give Mark a call at 1-978-697-4931

Current Seasonal Campers Billing Office Number 1-603-539-6453
For directions: Google Maps, Type in (Westward Shores on Ossipee Lake) in the SEARCH MAPS field and then click on the Teardrop "A"