Places to Stay The White Mountains of New Hampshire has a wealth of accomodations to suit every need and taste. Everything from Grand Resorts to quie...
The White Mountains of New Hampshire has a wealth of accomodations to suit every need and taste. Everything from Grand Resorts to quiet campgrounds in...
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Self-serve car wash. Camping, RV and auto supplies. Dump Station. Fresh Coffee, snacks, groceries, beer/wine, gift cards, souvenirs, fishing supplies, and Diesel gasoline.
Address: 85 Main St, Lincoln NH 03251
Phone: (603) 745-3572
In the White Mountains the NH State Parks range from 6,440-acre Franconia Notch State Park to the highest State Park in the East, Mount Washington State Park. These parks' diversity means that visitors and residents alike can enjoy endless recreational opportunities, from hiking to swimming, mou...
One of the most exciting aspects of spending time in the White Mountains is the opportunity to see wildlife such as white-tailed deer (the New Hampshire state mammal), moose, fox, bear, and other native animals. Several areas of the White Mountain National Forest are known as excellent places to obs...
Family camping along Saco River. Extra large beach, 120 large shady or sunny sites, some river frontage. Full hook-ups, modern facilities. Tables & fireplaces. 30 amp service. Hot showers, Free WiFi and Cable. Daily Rate: $34-$49 for 2 adults-3 children under <17.
Address: 776 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860
Phone: (603) 447-2723
Full-service camping on 155+ acres with 1.5 miles of frontage on Pemi River and beach. 200 sites, E&W or full hook-ups. Wooded, riverfront, by pond. Restrooms with free showers, store, LP gas. Daily Rate: $30-$50 (2A/3C).
Address: 97 Branch Brook Dr, Campton NH 03223
Phone: (603) 726-7001
Open mid-May to mid-Oct. 6 fully equipped heated cabins, CCTV some with kitchen. 66 camp sites for tents or RVs. Daily rate: Cabins $69.95 & up d.o. Camping $24-$32 for 2 adults.
Address: 218 U.S. 3, Lincoln NH 03251
Phone: (603) 745-8837
Camping on the Saco River in the Heart of the White Mountains! Wooded, secluded, Riverfront tenting, cabins, yurts, small RV's, modern & clean bath house, pet friendly, close to area hiking and attractions.
Address: 1138 US Route 302, Hart's Location, NH 03812
Phone: (603) 374-2779
4 season camping nestled in the Mts.; 175 forested & open sites, 30/50 amp, w/e, w/e/s/c; WiFi; tenting; sparkling facilities, pool, playground, kid's fishing pond; store, propane, laundry. Big Rig friendly.
Address: 788 Hilltop Rd, Littleton NH 03561
Phone: (603) 444-2204
One of NH's top RV camping destinations. Clean, modern facilities, classic New England lake side charm. 2700' frontage, 300+ sites, boat/canoe rentals, daily activities.
Address: 196 Shawtown Road, Freedom, NH 03836
Phone: (603) 539-2069
A clean, quiet campground in a natural setting. We offer 5 different types of campsites for your camping pleasure. Open May 15th - Columbus Day with daily rates starting at $37.
Address: 974 Profile Rd, Franconia NH 03580
Phone: (603) 823-5675
Friendly people, great camping, beautiful sights & relaxation await you. General Store, pool, water & elec., full hook-ups, restrooms w/showers, rec room & picnic areas. Open all year. Winter sites available. Rates: From $28-$39.
Address: 111 Israels River Rd, Jefferson NH 03583
Phone: (603) 586-7977
Self-serve car washes. Camping, RV, and auto supplies. Propane and dump station with fee. Green Mountain coffee, snacks, groceries, beer/wine, gift cards, souvenirs. We now have diesel.
Address: Mobil, 85 Main Street, Lincoln NH 03251
Phone: (603) 745-3572
Experience the finer adventures of camping at our Award Winning Park, offering cabins, tenting, RV and group sites aplenty. Our self-motivated activities will entertain children and adults during your visit.
Address: 1000 Eastside Rd, Woodstock NH 03293
Phone: (603) 745-8008
ALCOHOL-FREE FAMILY CAMPING “Experience the difference!!” “No Alcohol, Pets, or Radios.” Spacious wooded & riverfront sites. Full hookups, Trading Post and Pizzeria. Log Cabins. Rate: $37+.
Address: 100 Route 302 E, Twin Mountain NH 03595
Phone: (603) 846-5513
Spacious wooded, brook and pond sites. Reservations suggested. All modern. Dump station, rec barn, playground, hiking, heated pool. WiFi, CTV, cabins. Rate: $46; full hook-ups extra, 2 adults and 3 children.
Address: 96 Batchelder Brook Rd, Warren NH 03279
Phone: (603) 764-5294
Fun family camping on the Saco River. Walk to shops! Nearly 200 sites, including large 4-way, pull thru and tent sites. 70 channel cable TV. Heated pool, river, WiFi, Canoe, Kayak, Tube rentals and LP gas. May-Oct. Rates $39-$69.
Address: 1550 White Mountain Hwy, North Conway NH 03860
Phone: (603) 356-3360
Enjoy Twin Mountain KOA, where you'll be minutes to NH's best outdoor Family Fun! Full service facility w/ Camping Cabins, Deluxe Cabins, Big Rig friendly 50 amp pull thru sites, and wooded tent sites. Heated pool!
Address: 372 New Hampshire 115, Twin Mountain NH 03595
Phone: (603) 846-5559
259 wooded & sunny sites, full hook-ups, 30/50 amp electric, pull-thru sites. Dump station. Clean, modern restrooms, cabin/trailer rentals, free WiFi. Pool, beach. Daily rate: $37-$42 family of 4.
Address: 41 Twin Tamarack Rd, New Hampton NH 03256
Phone: (603) 279-4387
100 plus wooded & grassy sites, w/e, full hook-up, pull-thrus, tent sites. Showers, pool, playground, laundry, canoe/kayak rentals. Camping Cabins and Trailer Rentals. Free WiFi. Rates start at $25/night.
Address: 218 U.S. 2, Shelburne NH 03581
Phone: (603) 466-2022
Date: August 16th, 2017
The White Mountains is home to so many beautiful lakes, where you can swim, fish, boat, and just relax and enjoy the scenery. Most of these waterscapes are easy to reach, but some do require a hike. Whatever your reason to visit, enjoy the tranquility and know when you leave, you will feel relaxed.
Date: August 21st, 2017
LANCASTER, NH – The annual Lancaster Fair, northern New Hampshire’s largest summer event, begins Thursday, August 31 and runs through Labor Day Monday, September 4 at the Lancaster Fairgrounds. Now in its 147th year, the Lancaster Fair marks the end of summer by celebrating the area’s agricultural heritage with a variety of family-friendly activities and entertainment. There’s carnival rides and games, farm animal competitions, top-notch music performances – this year’s headliner is country music supergroup Sawyer Brown – motorized competitions, food, and special activities for the kids. ATVs are welcome and parking is free. Campsites are available on site.
Fryeburg Fair, established in 1851, will host its 167th annual eight-day Fair October 1-8 in Fryeburg, Maine. As always Fryeburg Fair, considered to be one of the best agricultural fairs in the U.S. offers non-stop livestock, agriculture and farming exhibitions with over 3,000 head of large animals - cattle, horses, oxen, steers, ponies and hundreds of smaller animals - sheep, goats, hogs, poultry, rabbits, and more.
Traditional Fair highlights include horse and ox pulling, draft horse tandem hitches up to eight, calf and pig scrambles, cooking contests, flower shows, exhibition halls of crafts, handiwork, photos, art, forest and wood products; a full museum of old farm equipment and memorabilia with live demonstrations; the "Little Red Schoolhouse" built in 1835; the milking parlor, sheepdog trials, tractor pulling, 4WD pulls and pari-mutuel harness racing on the Fair's half-mile track. The Fair’s Specialty Foods Pavilion offers innovative food products made with local farm ingredients. The Expo Center features 9,000 square feet of commercial exhibits. Rides for all ages and food selections for every taste are everywhere at Fryeburg Fair.
The annual Firemen’s Muster opens the Fair on Sunday, October 1st at 9 a.m. Fire departments and their members from far and wide compete in events like the ladder climb, wet hose, the ball squirt and more. It’s a fun way to appreciate our firefighters and see them in non-emergency action!
The 50th Annual Woodsmen’s Field Day is on Monday, October 2nd beginning at 9 a.m. and will begin with a flyover by the West Point Black Knights Parachute Team. This event is the largest spectator woodsmens event in North America. Contestants come from all over the U.S. and Canada to compete in over 34 woods skills events such as log-rolling, axe throwing, standing block chop, tree felling, skidder driving and log loading. A 28-page commemorative booklet will be on sale to fairgoers outlining the history of this event along with photos, lists of champions and highlights from its first 50 years. Get there early as crowds are expected to be big.
The Fair’s very popular Skillet Throw is also on Monday, October 2nd, starting at noon, and celebrates it’s 30th anniversary inspiring women to catapult a cast iron pan as far as possible! It’s serious competition as top contenders return every year. The recently added Anvil Throw for men follows this event at 1:30.
When asked what’s new at Fryeburg Fair for 2017, David Andrews, Fryeburg Fair General Superintendent, says, “We’re raffling off a custom-built chicken coop this year which will be on display all week near the Poultry Building. There’s nothing like a fresh egg in the morning! Tickets are $5 each or three for $10.” Fair President Roy Andrews adds, “We’ll throw in a few chickens too!” The winning ticket will be drawn on the last Sunday of the Fair and if you live within a 50-mile radius the coop will be delivered to your home. Another big happening for this year says Roy, “On Wednesday at 5 p.m. we will gather what we believe to be the world’s largest assembly of yoked animals, our steer and oxen, for a group photo. This will be quite a feat with over 500 animals in one view.” A few improvements include new box stalls in the horse and pony barns, two new people-haulers which will provide easy transportation to parking lots and campers; and a new wi-fi building in Fairview camping (across for the Main Gate) for campers who wish to have a quiet spot with a good connection.
Over 150 daily entertainers perform in six different parks and the Fair’s signature Night Shows begin at 8 pm at the Grandstand. This year’s Night Show lineup - Monday night – Tom Dixon (Country); Tuesday night – Eliminator K.C. (ZZ Top Tribute Band); Wednesday night - Cassadee Pope (Country); Thursday night – High Valley (Country); Friday night – Motor Booty Affair (retro 70’s Disco & Dance) and Saturday night - Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper (Bluegrass). The annual Fireworks show is Friday night at 9 p.m. right after the Night Show ends. Saturday's 10 a.m. Grand Parade is two hours of Fryeburg Fair's best on display. The Fair is known for the best French fries made with just harvested Maine potatoes, along with an incredible variety of food choices for every palate!
Camping at Fryeburg Fair is very popular and always fun with 3,000 campsites. Contact the Fair for rates and availability.
General Admission is $12 daily and includes the 8 pm Night Show. Weekly passes (all 8 days) are $65. Children under 12 are always free. Tuesday is Senior Citizen’s Day (65 & over are admitted free). Gates open at 7 am. Harness Racing starts at 1:30 Tuesday thru Sunday. Group tickets sales available. Fair Office Hours are Monday thru Friday 9-3. For further information on Fryeburg Fair, go to www.fryeburgfair.org or email email@example.com or call the Fair Office at (207) 935-3268.
Join us for the 5th season of the Mountainside Summer Music Series. There is limited seating, and shade so feel free to bring your camping chair, sit back, and enjoy free outdoor live entertainment Saturday's from July 1st through Labor Day Weekend. Special Sunday show on September 3rd. This is a licensed premises so NO BYOB, the Cantina Bar will be open with an assortment of Beer, Wine and Special Elixers.
Join us for the 5th season of the Mountainside Summer Music Series. There is limited seating, and shade so feel free to bring your camping chair, sit back, and enjoy free outdoor live entertainment Saturday's from July 1st through Labor Day Weekend. Special Sunday shows July 2nd, and September 3rd. This is a licensed premises so NO BYOB, the Cantina Bar will be open with an assortment of Beer, Wine and Special Elixers.
Lancaster Fair that has been open for 146 years in succession.
The Labor Day week extravaganza spotlights agriculture activities, a large midway, 4-H exhibits, diverse musical entertainment and motorized competitions (pulling events and the ever-popular Demolition Derby). The grounds also boast wide clean midways and free parking.
From one end of the 65 acre compound straddling Route 3 to the other, the fair sprawls out for six days of camping, relaxation, and honky tonk atmosphere capping another North Country summer.
On any given day in the week-long schedule there are activities, exhibitions, competitions, and entertainment too vast to sample. From the Alexander Hall, where vegetables (including the county’ s largest pumpkin), flowers, and Grange exhibits are displayed , to the other end of the fairgrounds for horse pulling events, oxen skills competitions, sheep dog trials, and tractor pulls, one can sense the pulse of the region, its history, its roots, and enduring family values.
In short, many of the ingredients to our Great North Woods lifestyle and work are celebrated at the county’s signature event…the Lancaster Fair. Where else would you expect to find a real old fashion country fair but in the country!!