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White Mountain National Forest

White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire

Don’t take the White Mountain National Forest for granite! Often referred to as “the land of many uses,” this well preserved and multiple-use forest provides countless opportunities for adventurin’, Read more...
Don’t take the White Mountain National Forest for granite! Often referred to as “the land of many uses,” this well preserved and multiple-use forest provides countless opportunities for adventurin’, and a diverse population of wildlife spread throughout. And dang the scenery is wicked gorgeous! Think crystal clear mountain lakes ideal for swimming and boating, sandy lakeside beaches to get your tan on hardcore, and close proximity to many quaint New England towns and villages. We're talkin’ Norman Rockwell stuff here people. Want to stay over? Well who could blame you; the White Mountains offer a variety of camping experiences tailor made to fit your needs. Whether it be more developed, family-friendly sites, or the quiet solitude of backcountry wilderness your wild heart desires, you’ve certainly come to the right place.
Sawyer Pond Shelter & Tentsite
Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Gorgeous tent site - has platforms, fire rings, and vault toilets. No running water or bear...
Dolly Copp Campground
Do you think Mt. Washington will ever become ho-hum? We dare you to give it a go at Dolly Copp...
Sugarloaf I Campground
Grab your best buds and head on over to this remote and rustic riverside camping spot. It’s the...
Rocky Branch Shelter #1
In the world of wilderness, Rocky Branch Shelter #1, with its fire ring, toilet and riverside views,...
Big Rock Campground
Daniel
Daniel: Big rock fills up less quickly than the Hancock campsites, and is a couple miles further from...
Ethan Pond Shelter
Tucked away on the shore of the scenic Ethan Pond, this shelter is a great spot to crash at any time...
Guyot Shelter
Hike the Whites! Deep in the Pemigewasset Wilderness in the White Mountains lies the popular Guyot...
Franconia Brook Tentsite
Looking to get away for a bit? Escape to the beautiful Pemigewasset Wilderness for some scenic views...
Fourth Iron Campground
Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Tried to camp here the last weekend in August but all sites were full (went to Sawyer Pond instead...
Thirteen Falls Tentsite
Done with humans? We get you. Escape to the remote Thirteen Falls Tentsite at the Franconia Brook,...
Sugarloaf II Campground
Karen
Karen: Some sites are reservation only, and must be reserved well in advance.
Dry River Shelter # 3
One of the more remote shelters in the region, Dry Rivers Shelter #3 is a three-sided structure that...
Garfield Ridge Shelter
Charlotte
Charlotte: I was the Caretaker for Garfield Ridge Campsite in 2015 and I will be there this summer (2016), too....
Zealand Campground
You won’t have to venture far from the road over at Zealand Campground. This small campground will put...
Rocky Branch Shelter #2
Rick
Rick: This shelter is no longer there. Removed due to disrepair. Consult AMC website. There is a proposal to...
Mount Langdon Shelter
Mount Langdon Shelter sits near a small brook where the Mt. Langdon and Mt. Stanton Trails meet. The...
Hancock Campground
Daniel
Daniel: Hancock campground is conveniently close to Lincoln. The tent area shares a communal parking lot and...
Liberty Springs Tentsite
Water, shelter and local trails—what more could an adventurer ask for? Pitstop at Liberty Springs...
Passaconaway Campground
Jennifer
Jennifer: These sites are first come, first serve so arrive early and claim a cheap spot!
Hermit Lake Shelters
Get those gams in shape—when spring skiing hits Tuckerman Ravine, you don’t want to miss out. Situated...
Radeke Cabin
Jay
Jay: Wood is provided to keep the big wood stove going, make sure to boil water to keep the air from...
Jigger Johnson Campground
When you’re staying at a campground named after a true north country woods badass, you know it’s going...
Osceola Vista Campground
If your camping crew as diverse as a box of Skittles, Osceola Vista is your jam! Set amongst northern...
Coppermine Shelter
Ever dreamed of staying in a picturesque cabin in the middle of forested beauty without giving up the...
Russell Pond Campground
Emily
Emily: Love this place so much, continues to be my favorite campground. More private than some of the state...
Kinsman Pond Shelter
Kelly
Kelly: Great view of Kinsman Pond right at the shelter! Nearby tent platforms fill up quick, so get there early!
Tripoli Rd Camping Area
Kelly
Kelly: Great spot for a big group that want to hang out all night around the bonfire! Easy access to a lot of...
Black Mountain Cabin
Fancy an antique cabin on top of Black Mountain? The Black Mountain Cabin was built in the 1930’s and...
Blackberry Crossing Campground
Fancy a bit of history? Well, Blackberry Crossing was once a CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) camp...
Waterville Campground
If you love hiking, you’ll adore camping at Waterville. It’s a popular staging area for hikers who...
Eliza Brook Shelter
Get those camp vibes flowing when you crash at the quaint Eliza Brook Shelter. Here, you get your...
Osgood Tentsite
Water, outhouse, tent platforms—it’s no secret why Osgood Tentsite, near the Great Gulf Wilderness on...
Covered Bridge Campground
Looking for a perfect base camp in the White Mountains? Try out the popular Covered Bridge Campground...
Valley Way Tentsite
Can’t kick that campfire s’more craving? Pack your things and get your hike game on into Valley Way...
Doublehead Cabin
Shalee
Shalee: What a place to spend the night. I would come here every weekend if I had the choice. Hike over to...
Camp Penacook Shelter
You’ll find the three-sided Camp Penacook Shelter, as well as a tent camping site, on the southeast...
Jim Liberty Cabin
Jim Liberty Cabin sits on the southwest shoulder of Mt. Chocorua, just a half-mile from the summit....
Flat Mountain Pond Shelter
The Flat Mountain Pond Shelter sits on the southeast end of the pond, near hiking trails. You’ll have...
Barnes Field Group Campground
Book a spot at Barnes Field Campground, and we can guarantee you’ll get a stellar rugged crew on...
Wildwood Campground
This popular campground is simply gorgeous, with massive trees that provide plenty of shade, and a...
White Ledge Campground
Close to the town of Conway, the White Ledge Campground offers quaint and scenic campsites. Just...
Beaver Brook Shelter
Tucked away in the flanks of the Asquam Ridge, this quaint log shelter makes for the perfect getaway....
Mountain Pond Shelter
The Mountain Pond Shelter is a small, open shelter that you’ll reach after a mile hike from the road....
Baldface Shelter
Baldface Shelter is located in a forest with nearby views of the Evan’s Notch Valley. There is also a...
Imp Shelter
Pitstop at the Imp shelter and tent platforms just off the Appalachian Trail, and you’ll rest your...
Province Pond Shelter
Province Pond Shelter is a 1. 6-mile hike from the parking lot, so pack light! The shelter is in a...
Campton Campground
Families that camp together, stay together. That definitely holds true when you’re staying at a place...
Wild River Campground
Located in between the Wild River and Blue Brook, Wild River Campground sits at the end of a 5 1/2...
Mead Explorer Base Camp
At Mead Explorer Base Camp, you’ll find dispersed camping and nearby hiking trails. Enjoy the scenery...
Basin Campground
Looking for a stellar spot in eastern New Hampshire? In case you didn’t already know, White Mountain...
Cold River Campground
You’ll absolutely adore this small, rustic campground… and the fact that you’ll be in a deliciously...
Rattle River Shelter
One of the more accessible hike-in sites, Rattle River Shelter is just 1. 7 miles from the trailhead....
Jeffers Brook Shelter
What’s your trail name? If you’re hiking along the AT and need a cozy Adirondack-style shelter to rest...
Mt Cabot Cabin
Catch scenic views of the Mahoosuc and Kilkenny Ranges from the site of a former fire tower when you...
Three Ponds Shelter
Daniel
Daniel: We hiked the three ponds loop when a storm caught up to us. We happened to be right in front of the...
Trident Col Tentsite
Up for exploring some of the most epic terrain in all of the Appalachian Trial? Trident Col Tentsite...
Unknown Pond Tentsite
Pack your bags and get lost in the forested beauty along the Unknown Pond Trail. The tent grounds here...
Gentian Pond Shelter
Kick back after a long day of hiking at the three-sided Gentian Pond Shelter, and you’ll be treated to...
Crocker Pond Campground
Ransom
Ransom: Small and secluded, crocker pond is the perfect spot to escape the crowds and enjoy yourself. This...
Hexacuba Shelter
Ever dreamed of doing a thru-hike, or at least an adventurous section of the Appalachian Trail? If you...
Smarts Mountain Shelter
Reward yourself for summiting Smart’s Mountain with a stay in the former firewarden’s cabin at Smarts...
Trapper John Shelter
Thousands of tired feet have come before you seeking rest at Trapper John’s Shelter. Now it is your...
Moose Mountain Shelter
Sleep in the house Jack built. Literally. When you pull off the Appalachian Trail at Moose Mountain...
Velvet Rocks Shelter
Ready for some trail magic? Cozy on up in the newly re-built Velvet Rocks Shelter. The campsite is...
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Shiretown Campground
Lisa
Lisa: The host(s), Misha and Taylor, were very easy to communicate with and their response time to questions...
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...
Riverbank Tent Sites
Erin
Erin: A truly incredible place. The care and energy that is clearly given to the incredible property makes...
Onion River Campground
Bryan
Bryan: Beautiful spots next to the water and ample grounds to explore. Enjoy the apple orchard, hike up to...
Meadow Mtn Tent Platform
Boris
Boris: Beautiful place. Quiet at night, and magical in the morning. Would stay here again.
Tir Na NOg Farm Camp
Justin
Justin: I had an amazing stay on the Tir na nog Farm. It was very peaceful and scenic. The owners of the farm...
Hidden Meadow Tent Site
Myles
Myles: This campsite is a awesome. Sunrise through upon the meadow and your campsite and just enough openness...
Woodbury Meadows Tenting CG
Roz
Roz: Woodbury Meadows is the perfect location in central Vermont. Right off of the capital of Montepelier...
Fern Ridge Site
Erin
Erin: Fern Ridge is an amazing place, a retreat for all. We got to stay in the amazing little camper they...
Camp Lazuli
Calum
Calum: Camp Lazuli was an absolute pleasure to stay at! Everything is well maintained and thoughtfully...
Mountain Home tent sites
Tara
Tara: This secluded mountain-top retreat is a fun adventure for people who want to get away from it all....
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...
Thornhill Farm Campsite
Pratibha
Pratibha: It was fine to stay for a night but if it were a more established campsite, it would have been a...
VT farm on trout stream
Andrea
Andrea: My dog and I had a blast playing and floating in the river all afternoon. This place is a secluded...
Onion River RV Campground
Bryan
Bryan: Nice, grass covered sites with full hook ups are just a few steps from the river. The bathhouse is...
Woodbury Meadows RV CG
JON
Jon: We just opened our own small campground on our land. We have 3 full hook up RV sites. Very quiet area...
White Mountain Refuge
Debra
Debra: 7 acres in the White Mountain National Forest, access to a pond and kayaks available. A swimming hole...
Gartland Getaway!
Atticus
Atticus: Gartland getaway was an amazing hipcamp retreat. It is on a pretty secluded lake it was comfortable...
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...
Thatcher Brook in Waterbury
Erin
Erin: Beautiful views of the classic Vermont landscape, with the charm of Waterbury, access to mountains on...