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10 Best Campgrounds in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a U.S. state in New England, which is home to Mount Washington, the highest peak in US. From sandy beaches, numerous campgrounds to coastal getaways, it has all.
This campground is set in the heart of Franconia Notch State Park. The camping and hiking hub provides 97 wooded tent sites & RV for camping, along with many attractions in the White Mountains.
Lafayette Place Campground
White Lake State Park
Located on a National Natural Landmark of 72 acre Pitch Pine Stand, this is the largest campground in the White Mountains having 203 campsites.
Enjoy the scenic views of the glacial White Lake along with good trout fishing.
Situated on the shores of beautiful Pawtuckaway Lake, this is the closest state park camping area to the seacoast.
Pawtuckaway State Park
This 195-site campground has a variety of attractions like magnificient landscapes and activities like hiking, kayaking etc.
This remote getaway in the northwoods of New Hampshire is located on the western fringe of the White Mountain.
Sugarloaf Campgrounds
The campground offers 29 camping sites, with views of White Mountains and their beautiful forests.
The largest developed state park near the southeast region of the state, it has 101 camp sites adjacent to Beaver Pond and also offers a museum complex, and activities like swimming, hiking, canoeing and fishing.
Bear Brook State Park
Umbagog Lake Campground
The campground is next to the beautiful Umbagog Lake, which was ranked by the Boston Globe as one of the top five kayak spots in New England.
The campground provides 27 tent or RV sites and you can also enjoy swimming, fishing, and wildlife viewing here.
This 61 site campground is in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, which offers New Hampshire’s truest glamping (short form for glamorous camping) experience where you can also enjoy the lake beach.
Huttopia
Lost River Valley Campground
Surrounded by the white mountain national forest, this campground has 125 riverside campsites and offers beautiful places nearby like the Lost River Gorge, The Flume Cannon Mountain and the Loon Mountain.
The 400-acre park boasts of ponds, bogs, and a forest located just next to Otter Lake, and has 256 well spaced campsites for tents, trailers and RVs.
Greenfield State Park
This park features activities like fishing, canoeing, kayaking, biking, hiking and wildlife viewing.
This 50-acre state park beside the Hampton River, provides 28 camping sites along with activities like whale watching, saltwater fishing and you can also enjoy the gorgeous views of sandy beaches.
Hampton Beach State Park

 Megha Chakraborty

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