Camping is pretty much the state pastime in New Hampshire during the summer. But if you don’t have a tent, no fear. New Hampshire has some truly awesome cabin camping sites. From the rustic to the glamorous to the unique, these awesome cabins in New Hampshire will make your summer camping trip unforgettable.
1. Milan Hill State Park Campground, Milan
It’s not often that you get to stay in a yurt in the wilderness of northern New Hampshire, but that’s exactly what Milan Hill State Park offers. The park has four yurts that offer shelter, beds and beautiful views. From the park you can see into Canada, Maine, and over the White Mountains to the south.
2. Danforth Bay, Freedom
Danforth Bay is a massive camping resort and RV park, which has recently added cabins. The cabins range from basic, with no hot water or showers, to deluxe, with a queen bed, loft and hot shower. Some of the cabins are even heated for winter camping, making Danforth Bay one of the one areas in New Hampshire to camp year-round.
3. Jericho Mountain State Park, Berlin
The five cabins in Jericho Mountain State Park connect with 75 miles of trails throughout the park, perfect for ATV use. Who says cabin camping is unadventurous? The five cabins are in demand, so book early!
4. Mountain Lake Campground, Lancaster
The cabins at Mountain Lake Campground in Lancaster all have different looks and features, ensuring that your stay is unique. You can even stay in a tipi or a yurt! The campground north of the White Mountain National Forest offers absolutely amazing views, and the kids will enjoy the pool with waterslides.
5. Silver Lake Campground and Cabins, Belmont
If you want to save money on a family vacation by staying in a cabin that allows you to cook your own meals, the cabins at Silver Lake are the choice for you. These compact cabins pack a lot into a small space, including a refrigerator, and kitchenette with a convection oven or microwave. The location in Belmont offers easy access to the NASCAR track and Laconia.
6. Coleman State Park, Stewartstown
If you’re camping with a large group, Coleman Park is perfect for you. The three “cabins” at the park are actually more like houses, comfortably sleeping between 8 and 12 people. The cabins have washers and driers, kitchens and other amenities. The cabins, named Wiskey Jack, Osprey, and Snowy Owl are available year-round, making Coleman State Park a perfect destination for north woods snowmobilers.
7. Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, Ashland
These cabins keep you out of the cold while still being in the heart of the Lake’s Region. Set in a campground along the Pemigewasset River, the cabins at Jellystone range from basic to deluxe depending on your family’s needs. The campground features a pool, playground, and waterpark, as well as having easy access to all the amenities of the Lake’s Region.