Camping near Twin Mountain

Experience mountain adventures and lakeside relaxation during a Twin Mountain camping adventure.

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Sacred Nectar Sanctuary

11 sites · RVs, Tents280 acres · North Sandwich, NH
Sacred Nectar rests on the land of the Wabanaki peoples. This land, now defined by it's view gifting fields is known to many locals as one of Sandwich's most treasured gems. The Historic Farm was purchased by Townsend Thorndike off of the first colonizing family to claim ownership of this unceded land, the McCrillis family. It was Town's place to get away from the busy life. As time went on and his money dwindled plans to sell off some of the land arose. Townsend's son, Nick, foresaw a devastating development of conventional homes diminishing the soul of this sacred land that held so much magic. So, Nick decided to move back to the homestead to create an example of what a healthy life for the land and its inhabitants looks like. Hip Camp is the first step towards sharing and opening up the land to create an ecofriendly, Intentional Community. Nick and his ever-growing tribe are creating a holistic, educational, retreat, workshop, and event center where people can come to learn how to co-exist in a harmonious relationship with nature and each other. Thank you for being a part of the healing <3 We hope to hear from you <3
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Secluded Camp Convenient Location

4 sites · RVs, Tents11 acres · Bethlehem, NH
Learn more about this land:Camp site is a private gravel clearing with functional stone fireplace on an 11 acre parcel. Campsite is located in Bethlehem, at the top of the White Mountains close to endless hiking and biking. Both downtown Bethlehem and Littleton are within a 10 minute drive, supplying many choices for food and shopping. If you get rainy weather and need more shopping, take the beautiful 1 hour drive to North Conway and visit the big outlet stores. Want more scenery? Take the 25 minute drive down to Lincoln. There you can drive the amazing Kancamagus Scenic Byway ( The Kanc) and end up at North Conway. The Kanc is 56 miles through the white mountains with no gas stations, so you might want to top off while in Lincoln. Just too much in the area to list everything!
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Stagecoach Falls

4 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Tamworth, NH
Welcome to Stagecoach Falls! Your very own private spot on the river. Bring your chairs and some firewood. A perfect spot to get away and relax with the sound of the river. A couple sites have new wooden decks for tents, Yoga or setup some chairs and just relax! These are new sites so we're still working on them. Enjoy your stay! 20 min to Conway—lots of shopping, restaurants, things to do20 min to Winnipesaukee Lake10 min to Ossipee LakeTamworth Distilling is a few miles away Franconia Notch is just under an hour away20 min to Rattlesnake mountainMt Chocorua is minutes awayTamworth Farmers Market every Saturday 9a-12p New Hampshire Mushroom Company has tours every SundayLooking for a hike, check out the 'Hike the 4000 footers of NH!' Facebook page!
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Private field and woods camping

5 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Whitefield, NH
We are right in the middle of the White Mountains, in Whitefield NH surrounded by endless rivers, lakes, hiking trails, dining, breweries and attractions. The Heritage trail is accessible nearby. Whitefield is the approximate halfway point for the Cross NH Adventure Trail. For more information check out the XNHAT website: https://www.xnhat.org/ On clear nights, the view of the stars and the milky way here is magnificent. We intentionally leave the majority of the field unmowed which attracts monarch butterflies and other wildlife. The campsite is private, yet close to the conveniences of downtown Whitefield and nearby Littleton, Bethlehem and Lancaster. We are conveniently located on the edge of town, there is a small grocery store close by as well as Sunny's Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, Dollar General, 2 gas/convenience stores, multiple thrift stores, a record shop and a vintage electronics shop. Please see the aerial photo in this listing for an idea of the layout of the land and surrounding roads, houses etc. IMPORTANT HOUSEKEEPING ITEMS. PLEASE READ BEFORE BOOKING. THIS IS A RUSTIC CAMPSITE with no amenities. If you are expecting the KOA, please do not book this site. The campsite is located in rural northern New Hampshire, in a field next to the forest where many animals live such as bears, moose, deer, raccoons, fox, skunks, porcupines, coyotes, etc. Mosquitoes and other bugs are present in the summer. Please be mindful of the surrounding wildlife. Please come PREPARED for rustic backwoods camping and observe bear safety at all times (SEE BEAR SAFETY INFO BELOW) RV INFO: We do not have hookups of any kind (NO electricity, NO water or sewer). We are currently only set up for self-contained units (dry-camping or boondocking as some call it). We can accommodate small travel trailers <20ft, campervans, truck campers, small camper busses. NO 5th Wheels or RV's >20ft please. 4-wheel drive is recommended, but not required. FIRE: A small campfire pit is available (dependent on local fire danger warnings of course). Please observe local fire danger warnings. Bring your own firewood and please do not light the large bonfire in the middle of the field. Please do not cut down trees or branches. NO PETS: Because we are a working farm with chickens, farm dogs and surrounding wildlife guests are not permitted to bring dogs or pets of any kind. If you love animals and enjoy a little "dog/chicken therapy" this is the place for you. Please do not book this site if you don't like animals. TRASH: A small trashcan and recycle bin for empty cans and bottles are located next to the outhouse. Please PACK OUT excessive amounts of trash. We have NO BATHROOM, kitchen or shower facilities and there is no potable water on site. An OUTHOUSE composting toilet is available. NO DUMPING of grey or black water anywhere on the property. ABOUT THE PROPERTY: Our folk victorian farmhouse has been owned by the same family for seven generations since it was built in the 1850s. Once a 20-acre working dairy farm, much of the land was subdivided throughout the years, leaving five acres with the original barn, farmhouse, large field, and wooded area. We are a small family farm offering farm-fresh eggs and seasonal vegetables. We are honored to be stewards of this property and want to share it with others. BEAR SAFETY & FOOD STORAGE REQUIREMENTS Following safe food storage practices protects both you and the bears: Never leave food or coolers unattended. All food, food particles, trash, and coolers need to be secured in a vehicle or trailer. Always keep a clean picnic area, campsite, or other area where you may be spending time. Don’t leave any food (including condiments), food particles, trash, and coolers out when not in use. Store food in bear-resistant units, hard-shelled vehicles or car trunks. Never store food in your tent. Keep sleeping areas, tents, and sleeping bags free of food and odor (like toothpaste or deodorant). Don’t sleep in clothes you cooked or handled fish or game in. Never bury or burn food waste. Place sleeping tents at least 100 yards away from food storage and cooking areas. Never leave your backpack unattended.
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Hidden Pines

1 site · RV2 acres · Bethlehem, NH
Welcome to our 2 acre slice of heaven in the White Mountains! Our site features two gravel pads- only one with full hookups. Water hookup only available between May 1st-October 15th. The site is situated on a level wooded lot amongst tall pine trees with loads of wildlife abound. In the warmer months, there is a picnic table and fire pit available for use. Our site is located just a few minutes drive from downtown Bethlehem. Enjoy the sunset views from the land in the summer, take in the beautiful views of the Presidentals upon a short walk down the road, or explore nature trails nearby. **Please note there is a small cabin/lean to on the property. It is not occupied. Use of this structure/area is NOT included within our listing.**
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In-Tents Camping @ Serene Acres

13 sites · RVs, Tents45 acres · Jefferson, NH
In-Tents Camping is located in Jefferson surrounded by the White Mountain National Forest on a large parcel of farmland. Our property consists of fields, woods and a mountain cold stream. We are at the foot of Starr King Mountain trail, one of the many 4000' trails in the White Mountains. A HIKERS PARADISE! This is the perfect spot to camp if you're looking to hike Mount Washington or explore the many trails close to the property. PLEASE make sure you come prepared with the proper camping gear! You MUST bring a tent or RV for camping. Our campground is suitable for nature lovers or outdoor enthusiasts. We take incredible care of our land - it is not suitable for parties! PLEASE NOTE, we prefer arrivals before 9 pm, so please communicate what time you will be arriving with us beforehand :) We purchased this farm over a decade ago. Mike being a lifetime resident of Jefferson is very familiar with the local surroundings and attractions, we take pride in our community. We enjoy farming and gardening. We are blessed to have the opportunity to share this beautiful land with others that will hopefully enjoy it as much as we do. We are always working to enhance the property for a better camping experience.
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Toad Hill

10 sites · Lodging45 acres · North Conway, NH
Toad Hill is a remote 45 acre property surrounded by pristine forest and located in the heart of The White Mountains. There is lots to do and see in the area. Hike, bike, snowmobile or ski from the door to waterfalls, ponds, or just around the property in search of birds and wildlife. Take a day trip to Province or Mountain Pond for both swimming and fly fishing. Toad hill also host a summer music festival and has beautiful sculptures around the property. Perfect for people trying to get away from life and into nature!
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So Close Yet So Far

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Whitefield, NH
Discover the enchanting allure of a 1.4-acre campsite nestled alongside a pristine river in the heart of the White Mountains, New Hampshire. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking natural beauty that surrounds this idyllic location. This haven is strategically positioned, offering proximity to a myriad of recreational activities such as hiking, swimming, and thrilling off-road adventures on 4-wheelers and snowmobiles. The extensive trail network beckons exploration, extending northward to the borders of Canada. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and find solace in this tranquil retreat, where the harmonious blend of nature and accessibility creates the perfect sanctuary. Enjoy the convenience of being near quaint small towns while relishing the seclusion from crowds. This is your ideal haven, where the sweet spot of relaxation meets the thrill of outdoor action. Experience the best of both worlds at this picturesque campsite in the heart of the White Mountains.
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Mount Cabot Maple

2 sites · Lodging300 acres · Lancaster, NH
Nestled on the southwest shoulder of Mount Cabot (4180'), this land has a stunning vista of the Connecticut River Valley, with Mt. Lafayette to the left and the Green Mountains to the right. Relax by the firepit as the sun blazes across the horizon, and return to our 13' centerpole canvas tent on the hillside for a spacious night among the stars. You are welcome to wander along old logging roads through our sugarbush, and along trails throughout the remainder of the property (300+ ac. total) where there are numerous springs and creeks, softwoods, several expansive grassy fields, and a wild apple orchard. Moose, deer, and bear tracks are common, but animal encounters are not. Arrange a tour and syrup tasting at the Mount Cabot Maple saphouse to learn how we make unrivaled deliciousness from the forest around you.
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Franconia Forest - 5 Private Acres

1 site · Tent5 acres · Bethlehem, NH
Live like a local less than 12 minutes from Franconia Notch. Our site is just up the road from some of the most famous hikes, overlooks, swimming holes, formations, and ski resorts in New England—and 25 minutes from the Kancamagus Highway, connecting the eastern and western White Mountains and counted among the most scenic drives in America. You will never run out of things to do in any season or weather. This site is less than 15 minutes from Cannon Mountain, Echo Lake Beach, Profile Lake, Mt. Lafayette, and less than 25 minutes from Flume Gorge, Clark's Trading Post, the seasonal Ice Castles, downtown Lincoln, the Hobo Railroad, North Woodstock, Loon Mountain, Bretton Woods, Mt. Washington, the Cog Railway, and so much more. Our 5-acre forest features just a single private campsite, with a huge tenting platform, granite fire pit, and a rocky creek passing right by the site. From the two-car parking area, a 200-ft. trail winds through the woods, over a wooden stream crossing, and ends at the site itself set far back from the road. Modern conveniences are also close by. It's 5 minutes to the nearest grocery / convenience store, 5 minutes to Rek-Lis Brewing, 4 minutes to Super Secret Ice Cream (James Beard Award nominee), 13 minutes to Polly's Pancake Parlor (our favorite) and countless other restaurants. 17 minutes to the nearest medical facility. Other Notes and Important Things: - Please pack out all trash. Cleaners are in high demand in this region and we will have to charge a steep retroactive cleaning fee if any trash is left at the site. - Likewise please let us know ASAP if trash is present when you arrive. - The tenting platform is 12 ft. wide on its narrowest edge. It's flat and dry, but there are no anchor points for stakes or lines. Freestanding tents are best, or you may want to pack extra-long guy lines. - Don't forget the bug spray, especially in Summer! That goes for all campsites in the White Mountains, especially creekside ones like ours. - A portable toilet with privacy tent is available at the back of the site. Please use the provided trash bags as liners and pack them out if used. Odor-absorbing pine shavings are provided. - Please observe quiet hours between 9PM and 9AM everyday. - Cell coverage is surprisingly strong here. You should have direct 4G LTE access on Verizon and AT&T, and 4G extended coverage on T-Mobile / Sprint. - You may want to pack a wood splitting axe. Feel free to burn any dead, fallen, or cut wood on the premises, but all firewood must be less than 5 inches in diameter.
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Old Farm Field

1 site · Tent8 acres · Littleton, NH
My 8-acre property used to be a hay field. The farm is long gone and I've been reclaiming the open meadow for a few years now. I only mow once a year in order to leave flowers and grasses for the birds and insects, including the honey bees and monarch butterflies who love the milkweed, goldenrod, asters and other wild flowers that grow here. I keep just a few narrow paths and the campsite mowed, You will be sharing your site with the wild world, including the owls who live here. Bears are not infrequent visitors and food should be carefully kept out of your tent and preferably locked in your vehicle with the windows up.I have a small house on the property and keep to myself at the other end of the open field from where your campsite is. I am available if you have a problem or need help with something, but you are on your own otherwise! Because my house is beyond your parking area, I do drive by going about my own business, but I can't see your campsite from my house and you don't have to see me at my house.Learn more about this land:Pitch a tent or two on the flat grassy edge of my meadow and enjoy the proximity to town and all the outdoor sports the White Mountains offer. There is afternoon shade over the site. This is a primitive site - no electricity, no running water, no security lights, and no covered pad. There is a picnic table, a fire pit suitable for cooking over, and a clean wooden outhouse. It's very private and although my house is nearby, I'm happy to just leave you alone. I sell bundles of firewood, but you can bring your own, if you want. Please just don't bring any wood in from outside this immediate area - I don't want any new non-native insects being brought in.
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Presidential Mountain Resort

37 sites · Lodging10 acres · Bethlehem, NH
Nestled in the heart of the White Mountains, PMR is a full-service, cabin experience, for year-round vacationers. All homes are equipped with kitchenettes for your convenience. Take advantage of our on-site boating, hiking trails, and fire pits. Minutes away from award-winning ski resorts & hundreds of miles of snowmobile and hiking trails. Experience the White Mountains the way it was meant to be with Presidential Mountains Resort’s beautiful combination of modern and rustic-style cabin rentals. Whether traveling solo or as a family, at Presidential Mountain Resort in beautiful Bethlehem, you can be sure to find luxurious cabin rentals that fit your needs. Take a hike on Presidential Mountain Resort’s eight-mile network of trails, kayak on the private lake, take a dive in the outdoor heated pool, or just enjoy taking in the scenery while sitting around a fire pit with some marshmallows. Presidential Mountain Resort’s diverse year-round activities and picturesque lake-side setting guarantee the full White Mountain Experience.
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Camping near Twin Mountain guide

Overview

A small village within the town of Carroll, Twin Mountain offers campers wilderness adventure year-round. After learning about the village’s history as a logging site turned vacation area, campers enjoy extensive hiking, biking, and swimming, with accommodations for all camping styles—tents, RVs, and mountainside chalets. Nearby, White Mountain National Forest offers some of the best hiking in the country, with winding trails set against the backdrop of unreal views. Travel northwest to Umbagog Lake State Park to enjoy leisurely fun along the shores of a pristine lake. Or, those looking for more adventure can set their sights to Mount Blue State Park in Maine to explore the area by canoe or tromp through snowy trails by snowshoe.

Where to go

White Mountain National Forest

Mere miles from Twin Mountain, White Mountain National Forest comprises over 800,000 acres of rugged terrain. Covered in hardwoods and conifers, White Mountain is a popular destination for hikers and backpackers of all skill levels who want to see the forest’s amazing sights, including the Appalachian Trail. Camping options abound in the forest with several managed campgrounds spread over Androscoggin, Pemigewassett, and Saco Ranger Districts. Find various amenities in each campground, including flush toilets, faucets, and hot showers, along with hookups for RVs.

Umbagog Lake State Park

About 70 miles northwest of Twin Mountain lie the southern shores of Umbagog Lake, home of Umbagog Lake State Park. The park offers a scenic lakeside camping experience with plenty of canoeing, kayaking, and swimming opportunities. At the western shore, Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge provides a unique habitat for diverse wildlife, including moose, waterfowl, and bald eagles. Then, set up at the park’s base campground that has two cabins and 27 campsites with electrical and water hookups, along with 33 remote campsites and four remote cabins around the lake. The base campground is also outfitted with flush and pit toilets, coin-op showers, and a camp store.

Mount Blue State Park

About 90 miles east across the New Hampshire-Maine border lies Mount Blue State Park. The largest state park in Maine, Mount Blue comprises about 8,000 acres with Webb Lake at its center. The park is tucked within the Western Mountains and offers year-round recreation, from guided canoe trips and walks in summer to sledding and cross-country skiing in winter. The park manages its own campground with over 130 campsites equipped with flush toilets, showers, and potable water. The campground has both reservable and first-come, first-served RV campsites with electric and water hookups, as well as a nearby boat launch.

When to go

Summer months are the most popular time of year in Twin Mountain. July is typically the hottest month with an average high of 76°F. In fall, campers can see the changing foliage, while wintertime campers will enjoy snow activities. February sees a high of 25°F and low of 8°F, with an average 17.44 feet of snow. Although many parks in the area stay open in the offseason, they may have closed facilities and less maintenance.

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