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The beauty of New England is best experienced through a camping vacation. When you plan your visit to New Hampshire with Kampgrounds of America, you can enjoy quaint towns with charming covered bridges, rugged mountains, vistas and a tapestry of colorful leaves every fall. KOA offers a variety of camping experiences, whether you are an avid RV fan, you prefer a traditional tent or you'd like to give glamping a try. Let KOA connect you with the best campgrounds in NH.
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From the harbor towns that hug the Atlantic to the hilly Appalachian slopes, there's so much to do and see as you weave your way through New Hampshire. The state is dotted with classic New England towns that speak of a simpler way of life. As one of the original 13 states, you'll see a bounty of historic colonial sites.
For those traveling by RV, be sure to steer your rig along the Kancamagus Scenic Byway that winds its way through the White Mountains. You'll also find the famed Appalachian National Scenic Trail not far from a KOA campground, the perfect place to explore miles of invigorating hiking.
To the south is the Lakes Region, another popular vacation destination. Your family will enjoy paddling in the small placid lakes or canoeing in sprawling Lake Winnipesaukee. All this and more makes for an unforgettable adventure in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire is renowned for its gorgeous outdoor spaces, historic towns and New England charm. While camping in New Hampshire, explore what the state has to offer by visiting places like:
Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee: This beautiful, serene region offers outdoor activities year-round. Lake Sunapee is the third largest lake in the state, providing plenty of opportunities to try some water sports. Enjoy a day of swimming, kayaking, fishing or simply taking in the gorgeous lake views.
The area is perfect for mountain lovers, too. Nearby Mount Sunapee and Mount Kearsarge provide numerous trails and slopes for hiking, skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.
Enjoy the outdoors while soaking up some local history by visiting The Fells and the John Hay National Wildlife Refuge in Newbury. The property is an early 20th-century summer estate formerly owned by John Hay, Abraham Lincoln's secretary. The estate features Colonial Revival buildings, beautiful gardens and hiking trails along Lake Sunapee.
If you love classic New England architecture, visit the Cornish-Windsor Bridge in Cornish. It is the longest wooden covered bridge in the United States, crossing the Connecticut River from New Hampshire to Vermont.
Great North Woods: The Great North Woods region of New Hampshire is a place of stunning forests, lakes, rivers and outdoor adventures. It is located at the remote northern tip of New Hampshire, poking into the underbelly of Quebec.
In Great North Woods, outdoor sports are a way of life during every season. It is the perfect place to enjoy virtually any outdoor activity, including hunting, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riding, skiing and snowmobiling.
If you are an animal lover, Great North Woods provides many chances to see local wildlife. Spend time moose watching, or enjoy a dog sled ride at Muddy Paw Sled Dog Kennel in Jefferson.
Merrimack Valley: Merrimack Valley is known for its many unique historical sites. It is home to Concord, the state capital, and Manchester, the state's largest city. Today, these towns are hubs for the fine and performing arts, but their rich histories remain on display. The Millyard Museum highlights Manchester's 11,000 years of textile mill history, while 19th-century carriages, known as Concord Coaches, are featured throughout the city.
Just a short distance from Concord is the Canterbury Shaker Village, a community founded 200 years ago by Shakers that today serves as an outdoor history museum with 29 buildings offering tours, programs and events.
Also near Concord is Bear Brook State Park, an ideal location for picnicking, hiking, bicycling and swimming.
Seacoast: New Hampshire's 18-mile slice of Atlantic Ocean waterfront known as the Seacoast region is a favorite of many. Here, you will find the popular Hampton Beach, a gorgeous white-sand beach, and many places to enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing and other water activities.
The Seacoast is also home to Portsmouth, a historic port city known for its cobblestone-lined streets, charming downtown and beautiful harbor.
Cleanliness, comfort and impeccable customer service are just a few of the reasons visitors to New Hampshire choose to stay at KOA Campgrounds. We make the perfect jumping off point for anything you've got on your agenda.
We make it our goal to provide campers of all kinds with campgrounds filled with fun activities and convenient amenities. Depending on which New Hampshire campground you choose, you and your family can participate in group games, swim in the pool, try out the rock wall or do some putting on the mini-golf course.
Plus, each KOA comes with clean bathrooms complete with hot water, laundry facilities, a KOA store for items you may have forgotten and a variety of different types of camping experiences. All this makes KOA the most reliable campground throughout North America.
The reason so many campers love KOA is that everyone gets their favorite kind of camping experience. We provide a variety of different options, from rustic Tent Sites to cabins replete with creature comforts. Here are some of our campsite selections:
Whether you are looking for an RV site or camping cabins in New Hampshire, KOA Campgrounds provide comfortable accommodations to meet all your needs. Depending on what time of year you'd like to visit New Hampshire, KOA campsites may book up fast, so there's no time like the present to book. Make your reservation online or give us a call to find out more. We can't wait to be a part of your New Hampshire experience.
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