This New Hampshire Lake Is So Remote That The Campsites Are Only Accessible By Boat
New Hampshire has plenty of gorgeous campsites – but for those who are looking to really escape from it all and get in touch with nature, the presence of large, sometimes rowdy groups can be a distraction. If you don’t want to see people on cell phones or hear kids running around at the crack of dawn, we have just the campsites for you. They’re so remote that you’ll have to take a boat to get to them!
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Umbagog’s remote camping season runs from May 18th-September 4th, 2018. To learn more about the campsites and their policies, visit the New Hampshire State Parks website.
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