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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in New Hampshire’s Merrimack Valley

The Merrimack Valley is just a half-hour drive to the north and west of Boston. Camping here offers just about everything you could be looking if you’re escaping the city--and any time of year, too. From biking, canoeing, strawberry picking, and concerts under the stars to whitewater rafting in the summer, and ice fishing in the winter. The Merrimack Valley is in the south-central part of New Hampshire, and includes the state capital, Concord, as well as the two largest cities, Manchester and Nashua.

If, while camping, you want to go fishing on the Merrimack River, you’ll find a wonderful selection. Mammoth striped bass, smallmouth bass, carp, prize-winning northern pile, enormous channel catfish, crappie and yellow perch all make up the species you can snag in this waterway.

There are plenty of places to camp and hike all throughout the area, such as the Grater Woods Trail, the Bowers Shrub Trail, and you can find hiking trails and waterfalls at Wildcat Falls Conservation Area, and if you want to get on your mountain bike, try Horse Hill Nature Preserve. In fact, the nature preserve is ideal for horseback riding as well and, of course, spotting wildlife. These include deer, fox, wild turkey, and, if you’re into bird watching, you’ll spot a wide variety of songbirds, prairie warblers, indigo buntings, and eastern towhees.

So if you’re in the city--from Boston to Concord--and want to get out of the daily grind, make your way to the Merrimack Valley of New Hampshire. Camping here is great and you’ll have experiences you’ll never forget.

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