Local Area EventsListing Calendar
Scenic Moose and Wildlife Tours
Our staff will provide you with many choices on how to spot a moose either on your own or with a paid guide service. Come try your luck at spotting one of nature's mildest beasts. Good Luck in spoting them, they blend well with the scenary.
Littletons Farmers Market - Sundays
The Farmers' Market is sponsored by Littleton Main Street, Inc. - Local farmers & crafters are situated along the Ammonoosuc River.
Lisbon Farmers' Market - Thursday afternoons
Local farmers and crafters right on Main Street. 3-6 PM EVERY THURSDAY. Buy Local.
Taste, Tunes & Crafts Beer Festival
Local brew, local food, local music. Come downtown Littleton 5 miles from the campground July 11th, Saturday from 4 pm to 8 pm. Enjoy the afternoon into the evening along the Ammonoosuc River. Kick back and relax.
North Haverhill Fair
30 minutes from the campground, North Haverhill Fair 7/22 thru 7/26, start of the fair season. Horse pull, tractor pull, carnival midway, food, racing, rides, entertainment..........all the fun things to do at the fair. Come and check them out.
40 Minutes from the campground - The Lancaster Fair, 9/2 thru 9/7 - Again another great fair to see for the horse pull, great food, carnival midway, rides, entertainment, horse shows, tractor pulls and more.
Highland Games September 18, 19, 20 2015
Amongst the largest and one of the most diversified games in the country, the NH Highland Games and Festival includes the Gathering of the Scottish Clans, with over 60 clans and societies; Massed Bands; Sheepdog Trials; Celtic World Music Concerts; the New England Regional Scottish Fiddle Championship; International Scottish Athletics; New England Highland Dance Championships; New England Solo Piping Drumming Championships; Scottish Harp (Clarsach) other instrumental competitions. Join us for three days of music, food, competitions and more at the New Hampshire Highland Games! CALL FOR SPECIAL RATES FOR THIS EVENT !!
Spectacular Colors of Fall Foliage
Nature's beauty is on display when the leaves change to bright reds and yellows. There is no way to predict when the "peak' colors will be but a sure bet is between the last week of September and the 1st two weeks of October. You can take day trips in whichever direction in search of the spectacular colors and see some of the unbeatable scenery at the same time.
Sugar Hill Fall Festival of Arts
Enjoy a Fall Festival of arts, crafts, artisan demonstrations, hand-made and home-baked goods, other vendors along the street, and under the tents at the Crapo Building; inside if inclement weather. Concerts and entertainment for all ages scheduled throughout the weekend.
Annual Littleton Arts Festival - 9/26
Promises to be an exciting event! Filling Littleton's main street with the finest exhibits and demonstrations of the local art in the region, the 2015 Festival will feature live music, family friendly activities and also the return of the Littleton's Antique Car Parade - 5 minutes from the campground, 9/26 9 am to 5 pm.