5 Campgrounds In New Hampshire Perfect For Those Who Hate Camping
New Hampshire is known for camping culture in a big way – those from outside the state often assume we spend all our weekends out communing with nature. But that stereotype doesn’t ring true for all of us – in fact, many of us would rather do just about anything than spend the night on cold, wet, dirt. That makes it tough if our friends, family, or partners are real outdoors people! Luckily, a number of campgrounds have popped up in the Granite State in recent years that offer the perfect compromise – more “glamping,” than camping, if you will. And we promise, every one of these spots has a real bathroom.
1. Huttopia, Albany
Huttopia is the perfect destination for reluctant campers. Not only do the tents and cabins have actually beds, many have en-suite bathrooms and kitchenettes. There's a fully equipped camp store, an Airstream trailer serving pizza, and a gorgeous lake to lounge by. Learn more
2. Getaway Boston, Epsom
This trendy new glamping outfit offers cabins near several major cities, designed to provide an escape for urban types. The New Hampshire outpost has a number of modern, gorgeous cabins scattered over 40 acres, with big windows, comfortable beds and linens, a mini kitchen, an electric toilet, and more. You're sure to leave your stay at the Getaway renewed and refreshed. Learn more
3. Moose Hillock Campground, Warren
Moose Hillock is especially perfect for families looking for a high-end camping experience – its water park makes it more like a resort than a campground! They also have pool tables, video games, air hockey, and more – along with a cafe serving hot foods and ice cream. You can stay in a tent or rent one of their cabins for a bit more comfort. Learn more
4. Bearcamp River Campground, West Ossipee
This campground is small but lovely, right on the Bear Camp River and all of the swimming and relaxation it offers. You can rent one of six pop-up campers to sleep in comfort, and use the nearby flush toilets and showers to stay comfortable. There's a rec room and a play area for kids, too. Learn more
5. Mountain Lake Campground, Lancaster
Though there are tentsites available at this lovely campground, those looking for a little more luxury can rent one of their deluxe cabins with a full bathroom. Or, if you're willing to rough it a little more in the name of experience, you can sleep in a yurt! In addition to a 30-acre lake, they have a pol, kayaking, hiking, and more. Learn more
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