Littleton / Franconia Notch KOA

With its tree-shaded, level and grassy sites, this secluded campground is an extraordinary base for exploring the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont's Green Mountains.

The best way to see the USA up this way is from our KOA. With its tree-shaded, level and grassy sites, this secluded campground is an extraordinary base for exploring the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Vermont's Green Mountains.

Your hosts provide itineraries to point the way around the scenic rural towns and spectacular mountain views. Sitting on the shores of the Ammonoosuc River you can step from your site, right into the river to try your hand at catching a rainbow trout. Hikers can head for Franconia Notch, Crawford Notch, Pinkham Notch, or Kinsman Notch for some world class hiking in the 800,000 acre White Mountain National Forest. Seek wilderness adventure and glorious scenery driving the Kancamangus Highway through the Pemigewasset Wilderness where pure family fun is around every corner.

The Old Man of the Mountain has collapsed, but fishing in Echo Lake, Profile Lake or riding the aerial tramway 4,180 feet up Cannon Mountain are unbeatable. Mount Washington's cog railway, 25 miles away, chugs up the 6,288-foot summit for some of the grandest scenery in the country. Take the auto road or save the white-knuckle driving for the tour van.

Shop in historic downtown Littleton or at Conway's outlet stores. Enjoy your choice of fine dining to casual in the many restaurants with traditional New England fare to continental cuisine; you'll always enjoy "the taste of the mountains". Unwind at the end of the day at your site, enjoy the heated pool, an evening campfire, or an evening walk making new friends with other campers.Order dinner delivered to your site.

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 90' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (6/1 - 9/8)
  • Propane ($)
  • Fishing
  • Firewood ($)
  • Dog Park
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Ways to Stay

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VKR Appreciation Weekend Photo WHEN:  September 13, 2020 - September 18, 2020

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Local Area

Mount Washington Cog Railroad

1 hour from campground. Take an exciting ride up the highest peak in the Northeast in the coal powered steam train or biodiesel. 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. On top you can stroll the Observatory Deck, Tip Top House, Weather Museum. There is a snack bar, gift shop, post office and restrooms. Plan on a 3 hour round trip and it is recommended that you purchase tickets in advance online at thecog.com or by phone 603-278-5404. Sit back and enjoy the experience.

1 Mount Washington Auto Road

Route 16 Pinkham Notch

Gorham, NH 03581

603-466-3988

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Cannon Mountain Tramway

15 minutes from campground. Have a picturesque ride in the Aerial Tramway ride to the summit of Cannon Mt. See the view of Vermont's Green Mountains to the west and Mount Lafayette and Presidential Range to the east. At the top, you'll find a cafeteria, restrooms, walking paths and an observation tower. Learn about the famous stone profile featured on the state quarter at the Old Man of the Mountain Historic Site. Also, at the base, you will find a gift shop, more restrooms, cafeteria and also the New England Ski Museum, open daily free of charge from noon to 5 pm. You can also do some hiking through Franconia Notch on the 10 mile paved trail or on the multitude of mountain trails. Also nearby is Echo Lake, with a beach, boat rentals, lifeguards, snack bar. A short walk will take you to Sunset Bridge where you'll be treated to spectacular views of Sunset Hill, Mt. Lafayette and beyond.

Rt. 3

Exit 34B & 34C

Franconia, NH 1

603-823-8800

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Old Man of the Mountain Historic Site

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. There is a great siting area at the base of Cannon Mt.where you can view where he once was. You might try your hand at fly fishing in Echo or Profile Lake for trout, too!

Rt. 3

Exit 34B

Franconia, NH 1

603-823-8800

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The Basin

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 mile from the parking lot, any level of hiker can take in this spectacular sight at the beginning of the Pemigewasset River. Picnic tables available. Great stop over for a rest, picnic, hiking or just enjoying the cold, cold water of the Basin.

Rt. 3

Exit 34A

Franconia, NH 1

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