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! It’s all at Umbagog Lake State Park, which is an amazingly beautiful escape from the real world.

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Umbagog’s remote camping season runs from May until September, typically. To learn more about the campsites and their policies, visit the New Hampshire State Park’s official website. Looking for more creature comforts, but still some isolation? Check out this cabin with a hot tub in New Hampshire.

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  1. Where is Umbagog Lake State Park and how many campsites does it have?

Umbagog Lake State Park is an absolutely gorgeous, magical place located along RR 26 in Errol, New Hampshire. It offers 63 single-family campsites, 33 remote campsites, and four remote cabins, all of which are the very definition of seclusion. The lake itself is 8,700 amazing acres of clean, clear, sparkling water; best of all, the lake straddles the New Hampshire/Maine state line, so it’s like you get the best of both worlds! Learn more about the beautiful lakes of New Hampshire.  

  1. What are some other awesome remote campgrounds in New Hampshire?

Umbagog Lake State Park is not the only place where you’ll find gorgeous, remote campgrounds in New Hampshire. Nope – there are several more, including:  

  • Hancock Campground – Located near Lincoln, this little slice of paradise has 54 campsites with fire pits and picnic tables. Some have electrical hookups!  
  • Beech Hill Campground – Some of the sites here are more secluded than others, but they’re all lovely. You’ll find it up in the White Mountains.  
  • Passaconaway Campground – This campground barely has cell service, so it’s truly away from it all. It’s also wonderful for spotting wildlife!  

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  1. Where else should I go camping in New Hampshire?

Naturally, the above-mentioned places are far from the only ones you can pitch a tent at. There are lots of amazing places to go camping in New Hampshire; some of our all-time favorites are spots like:  

  • Lafayette Place Campground – With 97 big campsites to choose from, this gorgeous campground is nestled in the White Mountains much like Beech Hill is.  
  • Sugarloaf Campgrounds – These two sister campgrounds are nestled on the Zealand River and are quite remote; they’re perfect for some peace and quiet.  
  • White Lake State Park – Lakeside beach camping? We think yes.  

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