NH Camping – Again and Again

If you've ever done any NH camping then you understand why people return time and again to this beautiful state.

If you “just want to camp” there are nearly 200 campgrounds and 1000’s of NH  camping sites to choose from, with or without hook-ups. You can have your pick  of tent and RV sites in wooded areas or along rivers; in RV parks and resorts;  family campgrounds; private grounds or magnificent state and national  forests.

Within short driving distances adventurous campers can find rolling hills,  mountains, abundant wildlife, hundreds of crystal clear rivers, and too many  lakes to count. The NH coastline, although short, is beautiful and includes  Hampton Beach, ranked as the 3rd cleanest beach in the United States.

Don’t forget New Hampshire’s blazing fall foliage that makes October NH  camping trips unforgettable.

Outdoors, Year Round

Every season has loads of choices available for those who prefer outdoor fun  on their NH camping vacation. Take a big boat cruise on one of the larger lakes  or take out your own boat. Swim, water ski, fish, sail or sit on the beach. How  about a thrill ride down one of the mountain zip lines?

Snowmobilers and skiers love NH camping and there are several campgrounds  open in the winter for those who like to brave the cold. Snowmobiling is very  popular in New Hampshire along with skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. The  opportunities to enjoy the outdoors are endless.

Sporting Events

If you like sports, you will have access to every professional sport  depending upon the time of year. Close by in Massachusetts, campers will find  the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics, and New  England Revolution. New Hampshire has its own baseball team in Manchester, the  Fisher Cats, a Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.

Attractions

New Hampshire boasts Canobie Lake Park, a traditional amusement park for all  ages which is located near the NH/MA border. Other fun attractions like Story  Land and Santa’s Village in the White Mountains are geared toward small  children.

In the hot weather, you can cool off at Water Country in Portsmouth or  Whale’s Tale in Lincoln. A visit to Clark’s Trading Post to see the performing  bears or a ride on the Hobo Railroad is sure to delight kids from ages 1 to 100.  These are only a few of the many fun things to do and see while on your NH  camping trip.

Auto Racing in NH

Auto racing is plentiful in New Hampshire and there is some limited parking  available for RV’s. From spring to fall, drag racing heats up the quarter mile  track with newly IHRA-sanctioned races with scheduled funny car and jet car  events.

Hudson Speedway and Lee Speedway, both run stock car races on the oval track  every Sunday. Loudon, in the heart of the Lakes Region, is home to New Hampshire  Motor Speedway where race car fans can enjoy an occasional NASCAR event.

Shopping and Day Trips

Don’t forget day trips to go shopping at the outlets. Or take a drive to  experience the breath-taking views along the Kancamagus. Fall festivals such as  the Deerfield Fair and dozens of local weekend festivals like the ones held at  Applecrest Farm in Hampton Falls attract thousands of autumn NH camping  enthusiasts and tourists every year.

Your NH camping experience can be anything you’d like it to be! If you love  cooking outdoors and relaxing by the fire, or prefer a quiet dinner for two at a  quaint NH restaurant, NH camping has it all.

Kathleen Doyle and her family are happy campers and spend most of their  camping time in New Hampshire. There’s no place they’d rather be.

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