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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in New Hampshire’s White Mountains

The White Mountains of New Hampshire are a little piece of heaven, with all of the pleasures of camping--hiking, fishing, birdwatching--combined with quaint small towns, wineries, and adventure outfitters.

Get an early reservation, and you can take the Aerial Tramway that whisks you up 4000 feet to the top of Cannon Mountain, where you can start your White Mountain camping trip with views of the whole mountain range--you can even see Vermont, Maine and into Canada. At the top there are hiking trails, an observation tower, and the 4080 Foot Cafe.

For a taste of history, camp near North Conway and take the Conway Scenic Railroad that runs through the Mount Washington Valley. The Mountaineer excursion takes 5-6 hours and emulates a 1950’s-era transcontinental streamlined train.

To get back to nature, camp at Lost River Gorge & Boulder Caves, one of New Hampshire’s great natural wonders. A self-guided trail along a boardwalk goes one mile along jagged rock walls, glacial boulder caves, and waterfalls. When you reach the end you can observe it all from the Giant Bird’s Nest viewing platform.

Camping near the town of Rumney, Polar Caves Park has nine granite boulder caves, boulder mazes, nature trails, and an animal park with fallow deer and ducks.

And of course while you’re camping don’t forget to stop in at one of the many breweries and wineries in the region, like the Rek Lis Brewing Company, the Hermit Woods Winery, the Seven Birches Winery, and Schilling Beer Co.

There is really so much to do in the White Mountains, activities everywhere you look and attractions for the young and old. Camping in the White Mountains of New Hampshire may be your favorite trip yet!

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