Local Area Attractions
Mount Washington Cog Railroad / Auto Road
45 minutes and 1 hour from campground Take an exciting ride up the highest peak in the northeast in the coal powered steam train or take your own car on the auto road. See the vast Mountain View, on a clear day you can see up to a hundred miles away to Portland, Maine Harbor and the Sears tower in Boston
Cannon Mountain Tramway
15 minutes from campground Have a picturesque ride in the Gondola in Franconia Notch, the gateway to the White Mountains. See the view of Vermont's Green Mountains to the west and Mount Lafayette and Presidential Range to the east. You can also do some hiking through Franconia Notch on the 20 mile paved trail or on the multitude of mountain trails.
Old Man of the Mountain
15 minutes from campground
See the mountainside location where the Great Stone face once was. In May of 2003, Mother Nature reclaimed the official symbol of New Hampshire, crashing it to the bottom of Franconia Notch. Check out the museums memorabilia and photos. You might try your hand fly fishing in Echo or Profile Lake for trout, too!
20 minutes from campground
Called the Old Mans foot basin, this 25-foot hole, is bored into solid granite over the last 25,000 years. Only .1 miles from the parking lot, any level of hiker can take in this spectacular sight at the beginning of the Pemigewasset River.
40 minutes from campground 16 Fun filled rides and live shows. Meet, feed and learn about Santa's Reindeer. Be entertained at the theater, with song and dance and sing-along's. Santa's Village is a child's fantasy land.
55 minutes from campground Story Land is the children's theme park where fantasy lives! Make memories to last a lifetime with 21 wonderfully themed rides, lively shows, unique playgrounds, friendly storybook characters and your family. This attraction is a favorite of parents, grandparents and especially children.
Clark's Trained Bear's
30 minutes from campground A tradition of quality family entertainment for over 75 years. Enjoy a trained bear performance, Stream Train ride through Wolfman's Territory and Seyranyan Family Circus. Experience Merlin's Mystical Mansion, Tuttle's Rustic House and Water Blaster Boats. Don't miss the largest gift and souvenir shop in the White Mountains.
Conway Scenic Railroad
75 minutes from campground The "Valley Train" offers departures to Conway and Bartlett, while the "Notch Train" carries passengers through spectacular Crawford Notch and past the finest natural scenery in the entire Northeast.
35 minutes from campground
All aboard for a 15-mile, 1 hour & 20 minute round trip train excursion in a picturesque, woodsy setting along the Pemigewasset River in restored vintage coaches. Weekend departures Memorial Day-mid June. The Hobo Railroad offers daily departures from late June through fall foliage.
25 minutes from campground Cave Tours continuously, Nature Trails, Waterfowl and Animal Exhibits, Maple Sugar Museum, The Polar Mining Expedition Sluice and the Glacial Boulder Maze. Experience nature at her finest. Enjoy the peaceful woodland setting for an hour or a day. Flat-soled walking shoes and outdoor clothing recommended.
The Whales Tale Water Park
25 minutes from campground Get set to get wet! Enjoy ocean-size breakers in the Wave Pool. Unwind on the Lazy River; for faster paced activity try the Moby Dip Speed Slide and the Whale Winder Slides. There is a 360-ft. Tube Slide. For younger children: Whale Harbor activity pool.
Littleton Grist Mill
10 minutes from campground
Situated on the banks of the Ammonoosuc River in Littleton, NH and restored by private funds, is open to the public free of charge as a working museum. The mill also houses an authentic 19th century grist mill which uses 24 inch stones to turn grain into Littleton Grist Mill organic stone-ground products--waffle and pancake mixes and flours--which are sold in specialty shops locally and throughout the Northeast. Visitors to the mill can thus view the progression of grist mill technology from the 18th and 19th century.
Littleton Coin Company
5 minutes from campground In the Littleton Industrial Park, Littleton Coin Company offers a fascinating retail gift shop and guided tours of its state-of-the-art mail order facility.The more you learn about coins that interest you, and the history behind these issues, the more fun and enjoyment the hobby of collecting will bring. So whether you're new to the hobby, or an experienced collector, Littleton's Learn Center is the perfect coin collecting resource!
15 minutes from campground
Owned by a private not-for-profit conservation group, the Society for the Protection for NH Forests the Rocks is a 1400 acre turn-of-the-century country estate open year round to the public. There are 21 buildings on the National Registry, formal gardens and wildlife habitat. Today, to help sustain itself, The Rocks is a working farm with 55,000 Christmas trees in the ground. There are picnic areas available and approximately 6 miles of self-guided scenic and educational trails with maps.
5 minutes from campground
The jubilant Pollyanna sculpture graces the front lawn of the Littleton Public Library in historic downtown Littleton. Author Eleanor Hodgman Porter (1868-1920), was born and lived in Littleton, NH. In 1913 she created the cheerful Pollyanna, the world-famous character, whose very name inspires an understanding of gladness and optimism
We are located in the beautiful, scenic White Mountains, home to the former "Old Man of the Mountain" and Mt. Washington beautiful waterfalls, pristine lakes, covered bridges, hiking trails, scenic drives, wildlife and the National Scenic Byway "The Kancamagus Hwy". Fall foliage is spectacular. Let us show you how to get to the best areas in New Hampshire. We look forward to your visit.
Scenic riverside setting, heated pool, adult hot tub, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, playground, unique bike rentals, WI-FI, cable TV, LP, gift shop, convenience store, laundry, campfire wood, kabins, RV supplies and more.
Before making reservations, please call and ask us about our Pets in Kabin restrictions.
Let us direct your way
We have set-up, mapped-out and described trips for you to see at your leisure. They encompass some of the most interesting and scenic areas in New Hampshire and Vermont. You get a brochure at check-in and can pick and choose the areas you want to see or ask the staff where the points of interest are, that you are interested in. The distance between attractions is short and scenic. Take a hike, swim, have a picnic, bike, golf, visit a historic site, or enjoy tax-free shopping. Return to KOA and unwind at the end of your day.
Tour #1 -- Natural Attractions: Franconia Notch State Park
Tour includes the sights of Robert Frosts Home, Echo Lake, Cannon Mtn. Aerial Tramway, N.E. Ski Museum, Old Man of the Mountains, The Basin and The Flume Gorge.
Tour #2 -- Pemigewassett Country: Lincoln-North Woodstock
Tour includes the sights of Whales Tale Water & Amusement Park, Lost River, Clarks Trading Post, Loon Mountain, Kancamagus Wilderness Highway and Polar Caves.
Tour # 3 -- The North Country: Whitefield-Jefferson-Stark
Tour includes the sights of Forest Lake State Park, Santas Village, Six Gun City, Mt. Prospect State Park, Stark Covered Bridge, and Milan Hill State Park.
Tour #4 -- History and Resorts: Crawford Notch and Jackson
Tour includes the sights of Mt. Washington Hotel, Mount Washington Cog Railway, AMC Crawford Depot, Willey House, Alpine Slide and Aquaboggan, Heritage NH, Storyland, AMC Pinkham Notch Hut and Mt. Washington Auto Road.
Tour #5 -- Lakes Region: Laconia-Meredith-Wolfeboro
Tour includes the sights of Boat Ride on Squam Lake, Science Center of N.H., Annalee Doll Museum, Winnipesaukee Railroad, Surf Coaster, M/S Mount Washington, Lakeside Fun, Pepi Herrmann Crystal, Inc. and Castle in the Clouds.
Tour #6 -- The Green Mountain Sampler: Vermont
Tour includes sights of Maple Grove Maple Museum & Factory, Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, Cabot Farmers Creamery, Rock of Ages, Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream, Cold Hollow Cider Mill and Stowe Aviation.
Tour #7 -- Moose Tour: Gorham
Follow directions to several areas where moose sightings are possible !