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Outdoor lovers will find pure beauty in the White Mountains and Great North Woods.

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Pitch Perfect at Canterbrook
11 units · Motorhomes, Tents300 acres · Canterbury, New HampshireFormerly a competitive equestrian event facility, Pitch Perfect at Canterbrook is situated on a...
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Arándano Farm
3 units · Tents26 acres · Belmont, New HampshireHi, we're Paul and Angela - thanks for your interest in camping here at Arándano Farm! Our farm...
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Horseback riders and ATVs have access to that trail that goes right by the tent, but it wasn't an issue for us.
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Welcome to The Wolf Swamp!
13 units · Motorhomes, Tents52 acres · Canterbury, New HampshireThe property used to be part of the old Johanson farm, it was a 200 acre dairy farm a hundred years ago. when the State put in the highway (I-93) in 1961 it split the farmland in half. So now there are a hundred acres on each side of the Highway. The old stagecoach road which runs through the property from Canterbury Station to Northfield Station is now part of the main trails system. The early Pony Express riders dubbed the swamp on the land "Wolf Swamp", because there were many reports of riders seeing Wolves in the Swamp. The property is very open, although the sites are very spread out and secluded for ultimate privacy. There are several great hiking trails on the property, also used by local mountain bikers and Horseback Riding. Occasionally there will be an ATV or Dirt Bike passing through. We are located in the Heart of the local Trail system. There are several great places to swim and Kayak or Canoe literally around the corner. There are also lots of great local attractions close by, many that have Farm Stores, Shops, Homemade Gifts, Breads, Pies, Cheeses and we even have a few local Breweries. There is something for everyone, just ask and we will point you in the Right Direction.
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Camp North
3 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · New HampshireLocated directly on OHRV trails in the heart of "The Great North Woods", "Camp North" was...
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Hussey Mountain Tree Farm
3 units · Motorhomes, Tents75 acres · Farmington, New HampshireATFS Certified Tree Farm Est. 2004 Camp with your group at our private Farm/Recreation/Ski area....
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Hope Hill
3 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents12 acres · Fitzwilliam, New HampshireCamp at Hope Hill Homestead, enjoy a secluded campsite with a rustic atmosphere, lots of privacy...
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Brackett Brook looking north.  The brook runs through the middle of the property.
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Camp Ebb n Flow
9 units · Motorhomes, Tents11 acres · New HampshireThis property has a lengthy history going back to colonial times. It’s been a farm, an apple...
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Hendersons Farm
13 units · Glamping99 acres · North Stratford, New Hampshire70+ Acres Of Farm Land, Wildlife Viewing and Forest Lands to Include a Wildlife preserve as well...
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Eagles Aerie Sugar Shack & Tenting
3 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents3 acres · Franklin, New HampshireWe are a 150 yr old farm that is small and quaint. The setting is open but shaded or inside the...
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Stagecoach Falls
3 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Tamworth, New Hampshire Welcome to Stagecoach Falls! Your very own private spot on the river. Bring your chairs and...
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Walking to the outdoor kitchen in the morning.
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D Acres of New Hampshire
36 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents200 acres · Dorchester, New HampshireD Acres is an educational homestead and organic permaculture farm nestled in the White Mountains...
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Browns Ridge Family Farm!
3 units · Glamping, Tents40 acres · Ossipee, New HampshireWe are one of the first farms in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire and was originally the first stage...
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Home to Mount Washington, the highest mountain in the northeast, and brimming with lakes, rivers, and miles of hiking trails, New Hampshire serves up four-season fun for outdoor enthusiasts. From hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, fishing, and swimming in summer to cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and downhill skiing in winter, New Hampshire has something for every type of traveler whether you’re going solo or looking for a family adventure. New Hampshire state parks offer a wide variety of camping experiences from primitive tent sites to lakeside RV spots with prime mountain views.

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Mount Washington

Sitting at 6,288 feet in eastern New Hampshire, Mount Washington is the tallest peak in New England, famous for its extreme weather. (The highest recorded wind speed outside of a tornado, 231 miles per hour, was measured at the Mount Washington Observatory atop the summit.) Mount Washington is on the Appalachian Trail and visitors can hike, drive, or take the Mount Washington Cog Railway up to the summit.

Franconia Notch State Park

In the heart of the White Mountains, Franconia Notch State Park is one of the most family-friendly state parks in New Hampshire and packed with natural wonders including Flume Gorge, Cloudland Falls, and Echo Lake. Lafayette Place Campground is a nice family campground right in the center of the park, near many trailheads and top sights, with a camp store and 97 campsites ideal for tent campers. Nearby Cannon Mountain RV Park offers seven RV sites with full hook-ups and a dump station.

White Mountain National Forest

The 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest offers some of the best camping in the state. Renowned for its mountain scenery, abundant wildlife, and stunning fall foliage, the park is home to over a thousand miles of trails that weave through the rugged terrain for hikers, mountain bikers, snowshoers, ATVs, and snowmobiles. Overnight visitors will find 23 national forest campgrounds, backcountry huts, and cabin rentals.

When to Go

Summer through early fall is the best time for camping, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking in New Hampshire. Snow tends to linger on peaks into early June, and mosquitoes can be the most troublesome in July. Fall, when the changing leaves are at their peak, is an especially popular time to visit. Be sure to make camping reservations during this time well in advance. Some New Hampshire state park campgrounds, including Lafayette Place in Franconia Notch, remain open year-round, although off-season services are limited.

Know Before You Go

  1. Camping reservations can be made up to 11 months in advance online or over the phone for New Hampshire state parks. Rates vary by the campground, with senior rates available. Monadnock State Park, Bear Brook State Park, Pawtuckaway State Park, and White Lake State Park feature some of the most popular New Hampshire campgrounds; advanced reservations are strongly recommended. 
  2. Many New Hampshire state parks have pet restrictions. Some do not allow them at all and others prohibit them on beaches, swimming areas, and picnic areas.
  3. Numerous backcountry campsites and shelters exist in the White Mountains. Most are free to use as long as you adhere to White Mountain National Forest backcountry camping rules. 
  4. Weather in New Hampshire can be challenging and unpredictable. Come prepared with rain gear and extra layers, even in summer. 

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