This is North Country camping.
Here are a few of the North Country’s best campgrounds.
Big Rock Campground and Cabins, North Stratford – This full-service campground is located on 89 acres and offers direct access to the Ride the Wilds ATV trail system. Big Rock has a friendly, relaxing atmosphere and features a pool, horseshoe pits, a pavilion and more.
Log Haven, Millsfield – Log Haven is in the heart of the Great North Woods and offers complete camping facilities in addition to a restaurant and lounge. They have direct access to ATV trails and snowmobile trails.
Ramblewood Cabins and Campground, Pittsburg – Located in the Connecticut Lakes Headwaters Area, Ramblewood offers campers breathtaking scenery and access to First Connecticut Lake. This 30-site campground on a hillside spruce forest has sites for everyone from tents to 40-foot RVs. For hikers, the campground offers direct access to the Cohos Trail.
Coleman State Park, Stewartstown – Located on Little Diamond Pond, this 25-site campground is great for anyone who enjoys fishing, kayaking, hunting and ATVing.
Deer Mountain Campground, Pittsburg – This scenic campground just south of the Canadian border has 25 primitive campsites locate in Connecticut Lakes State Forest.
Lake Francis State Park Campground, Pittsburg – Located on beautiful Lake Francis, the campground offers 45 sites and is a great base from which to enjoy fishing, wildlife viewing, kayaking and more.
Mollidgewock State Park Campground, Errol – Among the sites in this primitive tenting campground are remote and canoe-to sites along the Androscoggin and Magalloway Rivers. Kayak rentals are available, and Thirteen Mile Woods Scenic Area, in which the campground is located, is popular for watching moose and other wildlife.
Umbagog Lake State Park Campground, Cambridge – This scenic campground offers 63 sites in an area that is popular for wildlife viewing.