PERSONS AND PROPERTY LIABLE TO TAXATION Property TaxesSection 72:7-d 72:7-d
Exemption; Recreational Vehicles. –
I. (a) For purposes of this chapter, recreational vehicles,
as defined in RSA 216-I:1, VIII, having a valid motor vehicle registration and
current number plate, having a maximum width of 8 feet and 6 inches while being
transported, and located at a "recreational campground or camping park,''
as those terms are defined in RSA 216-I:1 VII, shall not be taxable as real
(b) Annually, before April 1, each
campground owner, as defined in RSA 216-I:1, III, shall provide the local
assessing officials with the name and address for each owner of a recreational
vehicle at the campground, and shall identify which of such recreational vehicles
at the campground currently meet the criteria described in subparagraph (a).
(c) Campground owners shall not be
responsible for payment of any taxes imposed on a recreational vehicle located
at the campground unless the campground owner is the owner of the recreational
Source. 2014, 288:1, eff. April 1, 2015.
A bill was issued if, a unit was there on 4/1/2015 AND it was
not registered prior to 4/1/2015.
If you can provide you a copy of a registration that was
dated prior to 4/1/2015 the town will need to abate the bill.
If the unit is over
8'6" wide a bill will be issued regardless if the unit is registered
Tax Bill are issued twice a
year .The bill you received is for tax year 2015 and is payable in full
regardless if you have move out of the campground or not.
The tax bill for July of
2016 should be about half of the December tax bill.
Payment is Due December 11,
Contact : email@example.com
Abatement form due to Town of South Hampton between January 1 and March 1, 2016, click here to down load.