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Meadow Camping
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1. Meadow Camping

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Located in rural Dorchester, NH, our four season camping consists of beautiful meadow space, and 5 tent platforms. Camping is not site specific,...

Myles: I came up to D Acres with a few friends for a relaxing weekend away from the city. Being only a few hours from Boston, the...
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Pillsbury Campground

2. Pillsbury Campground

Want to know a secret? In the popular Monadnock region of New Hampshire is a hidden gem of a park. Pillsbury State Park Campground is in the thick...

Diane: Wonderful, fantastic, can't wait to go back!
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Franconia Brook Tentsite

3. Franconia Brook Tentsite

Looking to get away for a bit? Escape to the beautiful Pemigewasset Wilderness for some scenic views and crisp fresh air. Located along the...

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White Lake Campground

4. White Lake Campground

If you’ve never experienced the awesome blue expanse of a glacier-formed lake on a beautiful day, there’s a cure for that! Located in Pitch Pine...

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Big Rock Campground

5. Big Rock Campground

Big Rock Campground is named for the bigtime boulders that glaciers carried to the region long ago. Expect to camp in a wooded area just a short...

Daniel: Big rock fills up less quickly than the Hancock campsites, and is a couple miles further from Lincoln's light pollution. Many...
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Pawtuckaway Campground

6. Pawtuckaway Campground

Looking for some family fun in the sun? Check out Pawtuckaway campground for a plethora of activities like hiking, biking, kayaking, and more, all...

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Sawyer Pond Shelter & Tentsite

7. Sawyer Pond Shelter & Tentsite

No shame in being a newbie. Just 1. 5 miles from the end of Sawyer River Road, Sawyer Pond Shelter & Tentsite is a great option for anyone...

Elizabeth: Gorgeous tent site - has platforms, fire rings, and vault toilets. No running water or bear boxes/cable - be sure to bring...
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Lafayette Place Campground

8. Lafayette Place Campground

Pitch your tent, sit by the campfire, then fall asleep to the sound of a babbling brook. No need for any of those new-fangled sleep sound machines...

Gilson Pond Campground

9. Gilson Pond Campground

The majestic splendor of Mount Monadnock is beckoning to you, and you owe it to yourself to heed the call. Tis a challenging trail for New England,...

Greenfield Campground

10. Greenfield Campground

Low-key is Greenfield campground’s middle name. Spend your days meandering around the ponds, bogs, and forests. Take a leisurely swim in remote...

Jennifer: This was a Fall trip but looks like it would be a fun Summer trip.
Passaconaway Campground

11. Passaconaway Campground

Smack dab in the middle of the Kancamagus Scenic Highway, this heavily wooded campground is a great place to set up camp. Because there aren’t a...

Jennifer: These sites are first come, first serve so arrive early and claim a cheap spot!
Hancock Campground

12. Hancock Campground

Just five miles east of Lincoln, Hancock Campground is an adventurers’ wonderland. Hike, fish, swim or just bum around and picnic—Hancock’s got you...

Daniel: Hancock campground is conveniently close to Lincoln. The tent area shares a communal parking lot and the sites are walk-in. The...
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Flat Mountain Pond Shelter

13. Flat Mountain Pond Shelter

The Flat Mountain Pond Shelter sits on the southeast end of the pond, near hiking trails. You’ll have views into the heart of the Sandwich Range...

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Doublehead Cabin

14. Doublehead Cabin

If you love skirting the mountains this is the place to be. An ultra-rustic log cabin that sits atop the north summit of Doublehead Mountain....

Shalee: What a place to spend the night. I would come here every weekend if I had the choice. Hike over to South Doublehead to watch a...
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Three Ponds Shelter

15. Three Ponds Shelter

Picture this; A rustic wooden shelter located by three scenic ponds, where you can have a campfire, sip some wine, and bask beneath plains of...

Daniel: We hiked the three ponds loop when a storm caught up to us. We happened to be right in front of the shelter path, and we took...
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Kinsman Pond Shelter

16. Kinsman Pond Shelter

Rest your weary Appalachain Trailin’ legs at Kinsman Pond Shelter, and you might never want to get up. Set high in the sky at 3,750 ft. and along...

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Sugarloaf II Campground

17. Sugarloaf II Campground

The popular Sugarloaf II Campground at the base of Mount Washington makes for the perfect rustic getaway spot. People love it thanks to the ample...

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Russell Pond Campground

18. Russell Pond Campground

The White Mountain National Forest is fun for everyone, in any season. If you’re looking for a prime boating and fishing spot, then Russell Pond is...

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Hermit Lake Shelters

19. Hermit Lake Shelters

Get those gams in shape—when spring skiing hits Tuckerman Ravine, you don’t want to miss out. Situated at the base of Tuckerman Ravine, the Hermit...

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Radeke Cabin

20. Radeke Cabin

Wow. A historic cabin for camping in the White Mountains! This is every vintage campers dream. The Radeke Cabin served as a summer camp for...

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Hampton Beach Campground

21. Hampton Beach Campground

Head to this little slice of the Atlantic coast and park your RV at the only oceanfront campground in New Hampshire. Hampton Beach may sound like...

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Riverside Camp at Brandmoore
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22. Riverside Camp at Brandmoore

Set up your tent in a flat, grassy area near the Salmon Falls River. In the barnyard of our dairy farm while being very peaceful and clean. You may...

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Osgood Tentsite

23. Osgood Tentsite

Water, outhouse, tent platforms—it’s no secret why Osgood Tentsite, near the Great Gulf Wilderness on the South side of Mt. Madison, is a popular...

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Valley Way Tentsite

24. Valley Way Tentsite

Can’t kick that campfire s’more craving? Pack your things and get your hike game on into Valley Way Tentsite. This secluded little spot is the...

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Smarts Mountain Shelter

25. Smarts Mountain Shelter

Reward yourself for summiting Smart’s Mountain with a stay in the former firewarden’s cabin at Smarts Mountain Shelter. The rustic cabin fits...

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Fourth Iron Campground

26. Fourth Iron Campground

Fourth Iron Campground sits in at the confluence of the Saco and Sawyer Rivers. There are bear boxes here for your (and the bears’) safety. Use ‘em!

Elizabeth: Tried to camp here the last weekend in August but all sites were full (went to Sawyer Pond instead which is a longer walk) Had...
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Jericho Mountain Campground

27. Jericho Mountain Campground

The picturesque trails accessible from Jericho Mountain Campground are like one big outdoor amusement park! Snowmobile, ATV, UTV and bike riders...

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Ellacoya Campground

28. Ellacoya Campground

Imagine sitting on a sandy beach in front of Lake Winnipesaukee, the biggest lake in New Hampshire, with the dreamy outlines of mountain ranges...

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Lake Francis campground

29. Lake Francis campground

OHVers, you’ve got to experience this! On the cusp of the Great North Woods, Lake Francis Campground connects you with the locally famous 1000...

Gabby: I loved this campground. This was the first camping trip I took my dog on and it's a great spot to take an active pup. We...
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Dry River Campground

30. Dry River Campground

Private sites, clean showers and bears! Oh my! Dry River campground is a favorite amongst families who are looking for sites that can house several...

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