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9 Most Attractive Places to Go Camping in New England

Pack your tents, stock up some snacks, and head out to these amazing camping places in New England.
Akshay Kulkarni Jul 4, 2019

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White Mountain National Forest

Spread through Maine and New Hampshire, this preserved forest has 800,000 acres of scenic wilderness which encompasses over 20 amazing campgrounds.

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Baxter State Park

Boasting of 10 campgrounds and myriad of campsites, this park also has great hiking trails and canoeable waterbodies.

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Lake Champlain

With a multitude of striking campgrounds available around its shore, this lake in Vermont is perfect for an exceptional camping vacation.

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Deerfield River

Along with rafting and canoeing, camping near this river in the forest is also a thrilling experience.

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Monadnock State Park

Found in and around the majestic Mount Monadnock, the Gilson Pond Campground in this park is loaded with 34 campsites for tents and pop-ups.

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Acadia National Park

This 47,000-acre park contains 3 major campgrounds that cover all sorts of camping, and some campsites are open even all-year-round.

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Fishermen's Memorial State Park and Campground

Situated in Rhode Island, this recreational park has some wonderful campsites where pets are also allowed.

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Black Rock State Park

This alluring mountain park in Connecticut has 78 campsites, and some of them are ideal for swimming and fishing too.

Quechee State Park

This Vermont park is known for the 165-ft deep Quechee Gorge and its spacious, family-friendly campsites.