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The 20 best camping spots in New Hampshire.

From coastal getaways to winter wonderlands, New Hampshire is small but mighty, and has a lot to offer for campers.

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
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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Tigertown Mountain South Exposure
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2. Tigertown Mountain South Exposure

South exposure, 1350+ feet elevation, dry oak savannah, nice vistas, Surrounded by thousands of wild acres. Views of Green Mountains including...

Camping in New Hampshire can mean anything from a coastal getaway to a winter wonderland, and you don't want to miss out on either. The 18 miles of oceanfront in this state are lined with popular spots like Hampton Beach, as well as more private areas like Jenniss State Beach. History buffs will find plenty of fascinating landmarks in the "Live Free or Die" state, including Read more...
Camping in New Hampshire can mean anything from a coastal getaway to a winter wonderland, and you don't want to miss out on either. The 18 miles of oceanfront in this state are lined with popular spots like Hampton Beach, as well as more private areas like Jenniss State Beach. History buffs will find plenty of fascinating landmarks in the "Live Free or Die" state, including Fort Stark on rocky New Castle Island and 54 remaining covered bridges. The geography itself is remarkable, boasting Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the entire region at 6,288 feet, and Mt. Monadnock, a rocky formation so unique it's the most hiked in the country. In fact, this state is sometimes called the "Switzerland of America" because of its mountainous terrain. With 19 state parks and seven different regions open for camping, New Hampshire will bring you back up north again and again.
Onion River Campground
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3. Onion River Campground

100% Recommend (6 Campers)

Somewhere under the rainbow, there's a place where everyone is welcome, where souls grow, and where the water always flows downstream except when...

Bryan
Bryan: Beautiful spots next to the water and ample grounds to explore. Enjoy the apple orchard, hike up to the tree lined rail bed,...
51 Saves
The Wilderness
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4. The Wilderness

Rest and relax in nature and enjoy endless star gazing in this off-grid, rustic campsite and only minutes away from Turtle Cove a local bathing...

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If you prefer to see the world from a motorcycle seat, take a ride up to Laconia, home of the longest running bike rally in the country.
The Penobscot
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5. The Penobscot

Rest and relax in nature and enjoy endless star watching in this off-grid, rustic camp site. Minutes to Turtle cove for swimming and bathing and...

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CabinSense
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6. CabinSense

CabinSense is a primitive oasis surrounded by nature. Simple, rugged and rustic, it stands in stark contrast to modern-day amenities. No grid. No...

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With 180 miles of shore, Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest in New Hampshire and the third largest in the region.
Riverside Camp at Brandmoore
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7. 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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MainelyGlamping Hide-Away Cabin
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8. MainelyGlamping Hide-Away Cabin

Cozy cabin nestled on an acre of wooded land in Newfield, Maine, a quick drive to the beaches region or Portland. The land is remote and...

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North Conway, NH, is the city where American skiing was born, so it's no surprise that the state has more than 20 resorts!
Bear Brook Campground

9. Bear Brook Campground

Brush up on your bow skills at Bear Brook State Park. While staying at one of the well-wooded sites, aim for one of the park’s two archery ranges....

Hidden Meadow Tent Site
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10. Hidden Meadow Tent Site

Hidden Meadow tent site is accessed by it's own bridge across a stream. Campers are alone in a small meadow with picnic table, fire pit and a tent...

Myles
Myles: This campsite is a awesome. Sunrise through upon the meadow and your campsite and just enough openness for a good breeze in the...
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Check out "America's Stonehenge," a mysterious stone formation found in the town of North Salem.
Pawtuckaway Campground

11. 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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Greenfield Campground

12. 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
Jennifer: This was a Fall trip but looks like it would be a fun Summer trip.
First Branch Campground
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13. First Branch Campground

This campground features stunning, panoramic views of the First Branch of the White River in the verdant hills of central Vermont. Free Verse Farm...

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Sunapee Campground

14. Sunapee Campground

Check into Sunapee State Park Campground and check out all the sweet natural beauty around you! Striking lake views and wooded areas of fairytale...

Pillsbury Campground

15. 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
Diane: Wonderful, fantastic, can't wait to go back!
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Ellacoya Campground

16. 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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Gilson Pond Campground

17. 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,...

Hampton Beach Campground

18. 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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Mead Explorer Base Camp

19. Mead Explorer Base Camp

At Mead Explorer Base Camp, you’ll find dispersed camping and nearby hiking trails. Enjoy the scenery in the forest, or head over to the nearby...

Wilgus Campground

20. Wilgus Campground

It’s no surprise that Wilgus State Park, set alongside the Connecticut River, attracts canoers and kayakers to its shores. What might be surprising...