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New Hampshire Guide
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The 10 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
Myles
Myles: I came up to D Acres with a few friends for a relaxing weekend away from the city. Being only a few...
Riverside Camp at Brandmoore
Evan
Evan: Great spot, tucked onto the back of the farm on the rivers edge. I setup a tent beside the mill shed...
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.
Lafayette Place Campground
Matthew
Matthew: Water! If you can't fill up along your trek, bring purifying tablets - they're cheap and will keep you...
Tigertown Mountain South Exposure
Matt
Matt: South exposure, 1350+ feet elevation, dry oak savannah, nice vistas, Surrounded by thousands of wild...
This far north, snow sports are a popular way to spend a New Hampshire stay. You can even take a dogsled tour!
The Lemon Drop
Kathy
Kathy: The Lemon Drop is your private spot on our 19 acre property. The cottage is a former hunting cabin...
Canadian Wood and Canvas Tent
Huttopia
Huttopia: The Canadienne Tent was inspired by the lifestyle of trappers in the North to allow you to live in and...
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.
Trappeur Tent by the Lake
Huttopia
Huttopia: Come and enjoy a unique glamping experience in our wood and canvas tent. The Trappeur tent comes with...
Sawyer Pond Shelter & Tentsite
Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Gorgeous tent site - has platforms, fire rings, and vault toilets. No running water or bear...
With 180 miles of shore, Lake Winnipesaukee is the largest in New Hampshire and the third largest in the region.