Bearcamp River Campground
The Bearcamp River Campground is located on The Bearcamp River in West Ossipee. It is a small campground (68 on the river) with all sites situated in a beautiful hemlock, spruce and pine wooded area. Many are located on the Bearcamp River where you can fish, swim or enjoy canoeing down the river.
Beaver Hollow Campground
Come join us in our winter or summer seasons for a relaxing escape from the daily hustle. Park your RV, or set-up your camper or tent at one of our wooded campsites. We offer many amenities including a pool, basketball court, a playground, huge pavilion, volleyball courts, and a game room. We also offer several activities to keep you and your family entertained during your stay.
Chocorua Camping Village KOA
Chocorua Camping Village KOA encompasses nearly 200 acres along the shores of Moore's Pond and the Chocorua River. Guests enjoy carefully preserved wooded campsites in an unspoiled environment. The resort emphasizes clean, attractive facilities and spacious, private sites. Nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains, the location is a blend of the grandeur of the mountains, where hiking trails abound, and the splendor of natural lakes and ponds, where fishing, canoeing and sailing offer an escape from the hustle & bustle of everyday life that's close to Conway, New Hampshire and not far from Saco, Maine.
Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort
With over 300 roomy sites spread over 185 forested acres PLUS a half-mile of lake frontage on Danforth Bay of Ossipee Lake, Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort is a year-round playground for groups and families!
Foothills Family Campground
Foothills offers guests a variety of large wooded sites nestled among tall pines for both Tents & RV's. Our Wilderness Area features large secluded sites with huge wooded buffers between and is ideal for tenting, pop up's and small campers. Also available are Rental Campers, Mobile Homes, Brookside sites and an Adirondack Shelter. Restaurants, stores, activities, mountains & lakes nearby. Pets & Motorcycles welcome. Amenities include an In-ground Swimming Pool with sundeck and canopy, Stream-fed Fishing Pond stocked with brook trout (no license required), Paddleboat & kayaks, Rec-Hall, Outdoor Game Areas, Laundry, Bathhouses, Firewood, Bagged Ice, Propane Sales, Planned Activities, Events & Live Music. Stop in at our convenient location just off route 16!
Tamworth Camping Area
Tamworth Camping Area, offering family camping on the Swift River, welcomes you and your family to the best in New Hampshire camping. We have what it takes to make the perfect camping vacation, providing your ticket to all of the famous attractions of both the Lakes and White Mountains regions, but also with oh-so-much to do right here at the campground!
Terrace Pines Campground
Located on two lakes - Big and Little Dan Hole - we offer swimming, boating, and fishing on beautiful clear mountain waters. Big Dan Hole boasts of trophy fish - both Lake Trout and Salmon, and is where campers enjoy motor boating, water skiing, and sailing. Little Dan Hole is restricted to non-motorized boats and is great for quiet canoeing.
Westward Shores Campground
Westward Shores is located on the northwest shore of Ossipee Lake. Just minutes from the Mt Washington Valley with it's shops, dining, and family attractions. Nature abounds and outdoor sports enthusiasts will have much to do. Boating, Hiking, Fishing, Golf or just take it easy on our beach with views that never get old. We are a family campground. Mainly seasonal sites are available though we do offer overnight sites upon request in advance. Our Marina offers direct access to Ossipee Lake and it's three main bays. A gas dock and lakeside market are for your convenience.
Whits End Campground
Whit's End is a family campground located on the crystal clear Bearcamp River at the base of Mount Whittier in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire. We offer 135 spacious, wooded and riverfront, RV and tent camp sites, nestled amongst the pines on over 50 acres in the foothills of the White Mountains. The Bearcamp River flows directly into Ossipee Lake and is perfect for fishing, to kayak or canoe, or just floating on a tube.