Best Campgrounds in New Hampshire

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in New Hampshire. Use this list to plan your next New Hampshire campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

You can escape some of the crowds who may not head any farther north than the outlets ...
Jigger Johnson is the largest campground on the Kancamagus, but with its well-spaced loops, ...
Simply by virtue of its location, Lafayette Place Campground is worth including in this ...
There are campsites at Pawtuckaway State Park that give you the atmosphere of island camping ...
There may be just six sites set aside for tent camping at Blackberry Crossing Campground, ...
If you start traveling along New Hampshire’s fabled Kancamagus Highway heading east or ...
The moment you pull into Big Rock Campground, you’ll see the unique geological feature ...
Gilson Pond is the first new campground in the New Hampshire state-park system in more ...
Don’t get confused as you drive up through Crawford Notch State Park. The state-park campground ...
The woods and the water are a powerful combination. Pillsbury State Park has both, and ...
Wildwood Campground is relatively small—with only 26 sites—and it feels wildly remote. ...
Nestled within the wilderness of Crawford Notch, the campground of the same name is a ...
What do big rock and covered bridge campgrounds have in common (besides the fact that ...
Bear Brook State Park is enormous—it’s the largest state park in New Hampshire. Its size ...
The sites within Passaconaway Campground are all quite spacious. This can be both a blessing ...
Lake Umbagog is a North Country treasure, teeming with wildlife, surrounded by boreal ...
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