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New Hampshire glamping:
What you need to know

Why Choose Glamping in New Hampshire?

Glamping New Hampshire can be enjoyed by all ages. This charming northeastern state is the fifth-smallest by area and boasts a variety of stunning landscapes and things to do for all to enjoy. 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. 

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. Here you will find cabins, and outdoor sports, while the central area is home to the White Mountain National Forest. 

The southern part of the state is where you will find both the capital, Concord, and the largest city in New Hampshire, Manchester. There is also Mount Monadnock, one of the most climbed mountains in the United States.

With so much to see and do in New Hampshire, you will find plenty of great activities for the whole family.

Top Things to Do in New Hampshire

Most visitors arrive via the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. From here you can check out places such as Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman House, the jail-themed Granite State Escape, and Livingston Park to stop off and feed the ducks. 

After exploring Manchester, visitors can then hop on the bus to visit the state capital, Concord. Grab some traditional candy at the Granite State Candy Shoppe, established in 1927, or head to Carter Hill Orchard where you can pick your own apples.

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. It is also known for being one of the most popular things to do in New Hampshire.

Whether it's lakeside camping, winter getaways, yurt camping, or weekend retreats, you'll find the best things to do near our accommodations in New Hampshire

When is the Best Time to Visit New Hampshire?

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). Summer temperatures in July are somewhere between the mid-70s to low 80s (24-28° C) with overnight lows of 60° F (15° C). Visitors should also expect cooler summers and more severe winters in the northern mountainous regions of New Hampshire. 

No matter the season, there's never a bad time to go camping. New Hampshire is a great outdoor destination with lots of adventures to be had.

Is there winter glamping in New Hampshire?

With so many excellent glamping options in New Hampshire, a winter camping trip is a great option. You will find several cosy cabins, luxury tents, lovely cottages, and more. These properties have great amenities and home comforts, ideal for a winter break.

Can I go glamping with a hot tub in New Hampshire?

Some excellent glamping types in New Hampshire have added luxuries like hot tubs. These provide an excellent way to enjoy a camping getaway, all whilst staying in a lavish setting.

Best places for glamping in New Hampshire

You will find several amazing places to glamp in New Hampshire, making it difficult to narrow down your options. However, great spots to start include Conway, Concord, and Laconia. These all provide excellent places to enjoy an outdoor adventure and glamping getaway.