Where To Stay In New Hampshire

  • Where To Stay In The White Mountains

    Northern New Hampshire Camping Sites – People are drawn to camping for a variety of reasons. Some love the affordability, others love the connection to nature, for some it’s only about the fire pit and making smores. Whatever your reason for loving to camp, Northern NH’s campgrounds are plentiful and the 70+ New Hampshire camping sites listed in the region will ensure that you find the camping experience that you are looking for. We have remote sites on islands in the middle of pristine lakes as well as family campgrounds with waterslides and trains and everything in between. What makes camping in New Hampshire different? Most people say it’s the untouched beauty of the region as well as its famous night skies. We say it’s just the overall peaceful vibe of the area. But, we’ll leave it up to you to decide for yourself. Happy Camping!

    Northern New Hampshire Cabin Rentals – There are hundreds of Northern New Hampshire cabin rentals listed throughout the region all year long. From ski-in ski-out cabins in the winter to New Hampshire lakeside cabin getaways in the summer, no matter which of the 4 seasons you decide to visit there will be a cozy cabin waiting to greet you when you arrive. 

    Northern New Hampshire Hotels & Motels – There are over 50 Northern NH hotels & motels listed throughout the area offering affordable NH lodging rates for folks looking to be closer to town. Check out the map above for a complete list with contact info, location, and GPS directions.

    Northern New Hampshire’s Bed & Breakfasts + Inns – Come and visit one of 30 Northern New Hampshire Inns and B&Bs! There is no better way to immerse yourself in the culture of the region than to stay at one of these beautiful NH B&Bs. Our local Inn owners are some of the best tour guides in the region and are happy to help answer any question that you may have during your stay. You can read more about Northern NH Inns and B&Bs on the Inn/B&B page above. Enjoy!

  • Other Places To Visit In New Hampshire

    Visit Northern NH In SPRING: Spring is a great time to visit for anyone that loves to ski. When most ski areas in New England have closed at the end of March, our Northern NH resorts keep ripping through toward May. These warm bluebird days followed by some afternoon tailgate BBQ are not to be missed. Then, for those who still want to earn their turns, Tuckerman Ravine is the spring ski mecca with snow staying well into June in most years. 

    Visit Northern NH In SUMMER: Summer is the busiest time of year in the region. The cooler summer temporatures caused by the higher elevation makes for a great summer escape which attracts thousands of visitors each year. Get out of the city heat and relax in our shade!

    Visit Northern NH In FALL: Autumn is the season for apple picking and New Hampshire leaf peeping! As summer’s green leaves transition to brilliant shades of yellows, oranges and reds, tour buses and visitors from around the world arrive with cameras ready to capture the beauty of Northern New Hampshire’s fall foliage landscapes. The area’s rich history of logging and maple syrup production means maple trees, known for their spectacular fall colors, are abundant, creating a truly breathtaking display.

    Visit Northern NH In WINTER: As the autumn leaves carpet the forest floor and a fresh layer of snow blankets the ground, winter enthusiasts from across New England prepare their gear for another season of fun in Northern NH. This region transforms into a winter wonderland, perfect for activities like downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, dog sledding, and snowshoeing. Northern NH becomes a playground where we can all relive the childhood joy of playing in the snow.

  • Northern New Hampshire Camping Sites & Cabin Rentals

    The Connecticut Lakes Region offers fantastic Northern NH campgrounds and cabin rentals. The more north you go, the more peaceful it gets. For those looking to relax and recharge, this is your spot. There is still plenty to do in the region (swim, fish, boat, canoe, kayak, white water raft, rent an ATV, hike, bike, eat out at a restaurant, go to Moose Alley to find a Moose, ect ) but if you just want to chill in the quiet untouched natural beauty of this region, you will love any place to stay in the White Mountains.