There’s a reason New Hampshire’s state motto is “Live Free or Die.” Residents in this historic, picturesque New England state don’t like feeling confined. They want expansive stretches of untouched wilderness and nobody telling them what to do or not to do. Which is why camping sites in New Hampshire are so plentiful. From the rugged White Mountains to the woodsy shores of Lake Winnipesauke, the best camping spots in New Hampshire offer a slice of freedom for everyone—including you.
In New Hampshire, you can camp at the base of New England’s highest peak, 6,288-foot Mount Washington, or sleep under the stars close to the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean in the state’s Coastal Lowlands, home to 15 miles of coastline. Spend a weekend in the remote northern forests near the Canadian border or on quaint farmlands with fishing ponds and blackberry picking. New Hampshire may be little—it’s the fifth smallest state in the U.S.—but it’s got a lot of open space, and dozens of Tentrr campsites awaiting you.