Check out our picks for the top campgrounds in the state of New Hampshire.
Camping within Cape Cod National Seashore is difficult, but not impossible. Here’s the skinny on how to car camp within the seashore area.
Lorraine Park Campground in Harold Parker State Forest has nearly 90 tent sites and pets are allowed.
Sebago Lake State Park has 250 camp sites of all types situated around a 45-square mile lake.
Willard Brook State Forest is a small campground with just 21 sites, but it’s scenic and has some great hiking and swimming opportunities.
Hopeville Pond is a peaceful state park with 80 wooded campsites in Connecticut.
Mashamoquet Brook State Park in eastern Connecticut offers two campgrounds, one open and one wooded.
Find a good primitive camping option one hour from Boston at George Washington State Campground in Rhode Island.
Camping at the Boston Harbor Islands is an amazing opportunity to experience nature so close to the city.
Wells State Park in Sturbridge is a 1400-acre forest with two yurts, nearly 60 campsites, and lots of recreational activities at Walker Pond.