New England Camping & RV Resorts
A New England Camping Vacation offers an exceptional way to visit New England. New England Camping and RV sites may be found in some absolutely beautiful locations. Today’s modern campsites can include amenities like easy RV hook-ups, cable TV, electricity, swimming pools, playgrounds, and recreational activities. In Vermont find an RV Park that is a family playground with all the amenities. KOA Camping is first-class in Naples, Maine. We love to Camp New England and when you visit our suggested New England Campgrounds, and selected RV Parks and you will understand why. Ask us about Northeast RV sites and campgrounds or feature your New England Campground or RV Park, contact us.
There’s nothing more spectacular than camping in the lush summer forests of the Vermont Green Mountains. Explore the Vermont Camping Guide to find that perfect camping adventure destination in the Green Mountain state.
Lone Pine Campsites, 52 Sunset View Road, Colchester, VT | 802-878-5447
Known across New England and beyond as "Vermont's Favorite Family Campground", Lone Pine Campsites offers the quintessential Vermont camping experience in one of the most beautiful regions of the state, the Lake Champlain Valley. Located a mere stone's throw from Mallets Bay and 15 minutes from downtown Burlington, our 265 spacious campsites are surrounded by native trees and wildlife. We provide several RV hook-up options, offer RV rentals, and are happy to welcome tent campers.
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At times, there can be nothing better than being alone with nature. Of course, this all depends on where you have set your tent up. From the more northern areas of the Great North Woods region to the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, and even further south to the campgrounds in the Seacoast region that utilize the beautiful setting of the Atlantic Ocean; you can never fail with camping in the great state of New Hampshire. Stay at a sensational New Hampshire campground.
Lake Forest RV Resort, P.O. Box 713, Wolfeboro Falls, NH 03896
Located on Great East Lake with 100 wooded acres and plenty of room for well spaced sites. A unique camping opportunity for couples. Scenic grounds and a sunny shorefront are tranquil backdrops for the weekend or the season. An executive golf course, a clubhouse for social events, a field for picnics and rallies. Our winding roads offer a mile of shady walking to the swimming area and docks. Ride your bike or walk another path to find the Clubhouse for golf, a dinner, Bingo or other event. 130 sites have water, electricity, sewer and the option of telephone service, or cable. Internet service is available in the Clubhouse.
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Silver Lake Park Campground & Cabins, 389 Jamestown Road, Belmont, NH 03220
Located in the Heart of the Lakes Region, Silver Lake Park Campground offers lakeside camping with spectacular sunset views. Specializing in seasonal camping with gated access, Cabin Rentals, Traditional Camping, Boat Rentals, Planned Activites, and affordable rates.
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Burns Lake Campground, 14 Forest Lake Road, Whitefield NH 03598 | 603- 837-9037
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Maine is an ideal place for your outdoor adventure. Maine Camping is a favorite of many seeking lakes, mountains, and oceanside campgrounds and RV Parks. Some Maine Campgrounds are open all year, but as the temperatures warm, Maine campgrounds come to life. Maine offers many fantastic privately owned and operated family campgrounds, campsites, and RV parks. Whether you are ready to pitch a tent by a Maine lake or haul the RV to a Maine oceanfront campsite, Maine is made for camping – which is why so many people visit Maine to go camping. Variety, affordability, and congeniality are all part of Maine camping.
Naples Campground, 295 Sebago Rd., Naples, ME 04055 Ph: 207-693-5267
Naples Campground, the newest family campground in the Sebago Lakes Region of Western Maine, where outstanding customer service is unsurpassed! Located on Route 114/11, only 1.4 miles from Naples Causeway and Route 302. Nearby attractions include public beaches, boat launches, fishing, golf, hiking, shopping and great restaurants. Stay for a weekend or the season, our friendly staff will do its best to accommodate your camping needs.
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Whether you are looking for your first camping experience, or you are a pro, Massachusetts offers a wide variety of camping locations throughout all regions for the entire family. Camping in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts is an annual event for many campers and RV enthusiasts – one visit and you will understand why. Find more info about Massachusetts in MA Living.
With miles of ocean frontage and hundreds of acres of wilderness – Connecticut Camping is as varied as the seasons here in the Nutmeg state. Find a beautiful tree grove, a former Native American hunting ground now a Connecticut state park, or camp along the shores of the Atlantic Ocean or a sparkling Connecticut lake. Find the perfect spot for your Connecticut camping adventure this summer. Browse CT Living more information.
Nature's Campsites, 96 Ekonk Hill Road, Voluntown, CT 06384 | 860-376-4203
Natures Campsites were established in 1972 as a beautiful gateway where families could come and enjoy the scenic ambiance that this campground has to offer. Nature’s Campsites has a courteous staff, spacious sites, and an outdoor experience that is real and available for you to enjoy from May 1st to October 15th. Amenities include on-site Laundromat, Swimming Pool, Wi-Fi Hotspots, Basketball Courts, and Playground.
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Some of Rhode Island’s most popular campgrounds include George Washington Campground and Whippoorwill Hill Family in Northern Rhode Island, Worden Pond Family Campground, and Burlingame State Park in Southern Rhode Island, Old Embers Campground and Colwell’s Family Campground in Central Rhode Island. RI offers a wide range of camping and RV sites – many with full services and amenities.
When thinking about a New England Camping vacation, what images come to mind? Roaring campfires, gooey s’mores and pitching a tent are things generally associated with this family-oriented activity. But for many, the definition of “camping” has undergone a radical change. New England now offers Luxury campground and RV resorts – a new trend in family camping vacations. Today’s camping is changing the way people sleep under the stars. Boasting heated swimming pools, golf courses, finely appointed cabins, live entertainment, and in some cases, exclusive beach access – luxury, full-service camping resorts make it possible to have a great time, without even leaving the campground! Amenities at these Northeast camping resorts are focused on making your stay more convenient as well as fun. Large general stores stocked with supplies and souvenirs are common. So is high-speed internet access and cable television hookups. Whether camping in a tent or a 36′ luxury RV – this new breed of camping is perfect for the family vacation, or a relaxing getaway for two.