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Visit New Hampshire: glamping getaways
Visit New Hampshire! Glamping getaways and vacations can be enjoyed by all ages in this charming northeastern state. Good things come in small packages, and that’s definitely the case with this particular state. The fifth-smallest by area, the Granite State boasts a variety of stunning landscapes and things to do for visitors of all ages to enjoy fun-filled vacations in New Hampshire, from the snow-capped peaks of some of the highest mountains in the northeast to the sweeping river valleys and picture-perfect New England villages of the south. Find the best New Hampshire campsites no matter where you go in the state.
The northern tip of the state, which shares a border with Canada, is home to the Great North Woods region, a wooded area that’s fantastic for camping in New Hampshire cabins and outdoor sports, while the central area is home to the White Mountain National Forest, which connects the Vermont and Maine sections of the Appalachian Trail and is home to Mount Washington, the highest peak in the northeastern United States and where you’ll find some of the best skiing on the East Coast. The southern part of the state is home to both the capital, Concord, and its largest city, Manchester, as well as Mount Monadnock, one of the most climbed mountains in the United States. If you visit New Hampshire, you’ll be able to experience all of this and more, when you book one of our many unique vacation rentals. New Hampshire campsites are the best way to explore the Granite State. So it doesn't matter whether you book a New Hampshire yurt rental or cabin, a glamping getaway in New Hampshire is sure to be your new favorite vacation.
Things to do in New Hampshire outdoors
There’s so much to do and see in the Granite State for visitors of all ages to enjoy a vacation spent glamping in New Hampshire. Things to do in Manchester, where most of you will be arriving via the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, include visiting Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House, trying to break out of the jail-themed Granite State Escape, and feeding the ducks at Livingston Park. After exhausting Manchester, visitors can then hop on the bus to visit the state capital, Concord. Things to do here include picking up some traditional candy at the Granite State Candy Shoppe, established in 1927 and still using the original recipes, while the healthier among you may prefer to pick your own apples at Carter Hill Orchard. If you're looking to stay near Concord, check out the nearby NH campgrounds with cabin rentals and Portsmouth vacation rentals, they are some of our guests' favorites!
A two-hour drive from Concord, through a variety of state forests and wildlife management areas, will take you to the Monadnock State Park, home to Mount Monadnock. The mountain is a gentle, yet dramatic, peak that beginners and experts alike will enjoy climbing, making it one of the best mountains to climb in the United States and one of the most popular things to do in New Hampshire. A half-hour drive north from Concord takes you to the Lakes Region, with more than 250 lakes, ponds, and beaches, which make this one of the best New Hampshire vacation spots. The largest of these is Lake Winnipesaukee, at 72 square miles and surrounded by forested hills, and the main town in the area, Laconia, is home to the world’s largest video arcade and the oldest national motorcycle rally, both great ways to spend a New Hampshire vacation with the family. Pick from lakefront camping, NH lake houses, and luxury lake vacations, the Lakes Region is a great place for a family vacation.
Further north still, and you’ll arrive in the White Mountains, home to a national forest and 48 peaks, some exceeding 4,000 feet. Connecting the Vermont and Maine parts of the Appalachian Trail, there are over 160 miles of trails in the White Mountain National Forest offering some of the best hiking in New Hampshire, while seasoned hikers can try the challenging trek to the top of Mount Washington, the highest peak on the East Coast. The only things that will make your mountain getaway better, are our White Mountain yurts. Skiing is one of the most popular things to do in the White Mountains, and there are many family-friendly ski resorts to visit. The northernmost part of the state is home to the Great North Woods, a nature lover’s paradise boasting acres of wilderness with jaw-dropping waterfalls and glacial lakes, perfect for hiking, camping, and outdoor sports like cross-country skiing, whitewater rafting, and fishing, the perfect activities do while New Hampshire glamping!
New Hampshire weather
With so many things to do in New Hampshire, you’re probably already looking at places to stay but wondering about the best time to visit. New Hampshire is a state with four distinct seasons, with hot humid summers and cold snowy winters. Average winter temperatures in January peak at 34° F (1° C) with overnight lows of 0° F (-18° C) while summer temperatures in July peak somewhere between the mid-70s to low 80s (24-28° C) with overnight lows of 60° F (15° C). Visitors can expect cooler summers and more severe winters in the northern mountainous regions.
With such variety in New Hampshire weather, visitors should plan their trips according to what they want to do. Summers are perfect for visiting the Lakes Region and camping in the Great North Woods, while winters are ideal for visiting the many ski resorts in New Hampshire. As spring and fall aren’t too hot, they are perfect times to enjoy outdoor activities in the hills and forests, like climbing and hiking. As you can see, it doesn’t matter when you go glamping in New Hampshire, there’s something for everyone! Check out Glamping Hub's inventory to find the perfect New Hampshire accommodation for you! Book a yurt rental, NH cabin, or something else for your next weekend getaway. Glamping NH rentals don't get better than these.