We are now taking reservations from NH Residents at select campgrounds for June 20210

Currently open:

Bear Brook, Ellacoya, Lake Francis, Lafayette Place (Franconia Notch State park) and Greenfield State Park campgrounds.

We will be adding the following campgrounds soon:

Hampton RV (starting 6/1), Dry River (starting 6/4), Gilson (starting 6/4), Jericho (starting 6/4),Cannon RV (starting 6/12) and Pillsbury (starting 6/12).

These campgrounds will open at 50 percent capacity to allow for the social distancing guidance under Stay at Home 2.0. Camping reservations have been cancelled through June 30, except for camping reservations at Bear Brook, Greenfield, Lake Francis, Lafayette Place, and Ellacoya. For these parks we have honored existing reservations for NH residents and will try to accommodate as many additional NH residents as possible while operating at 50% capacity.

All Campers are asked to:

  • Remain home if experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 including  Fever, Respiratory symptoms such as sore throat, cough, or shortness of breath,  Flu-like symptoms such as muscle aches, chills, and severe fatigue or Changes in a person’s sense of taste or smell; and
  • Other than members of your own campsite party, keep a safe distance of at least 6 feet from other people visiting the campground at all times.; and
  • Wear a cloth face covering over mouth and nose to protect others when in locations where other visitors might be present (e.g. bathroom facilities.)

Please visit our COVID-19 page for information and future announcements.
Click here for more information on campgrounds under Stay at Home 2.0.

Campground Opening and Reservations

On Friday May 1, Governor Sununu announced "Stay at Home 2.0" as the next step of a phased approach to opening the state for business. Included was the opening of State Park and private campgrounds.

We normally start preparing our campgrounds early in the spring.  We have not been able to conduct this work because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  In the coming weeks, we will be preparing our campgrounds to open at 50 percent of normal capacity and hiring staff to operate the campgrounds.

Currently, all camping reservations have been cancelled through May 31st except for camping reservations at Bear Brook, Greenfield, Lake Francis, Lafayette, and Ellacoya. For those parks we are going to try to accommodate as many NH residents as possible while operating at 50% capacity.

Reservations under Stay at Home 2.0 will be limited to only NH state residents. Remember, this is just the first part of a phased approach to reopening our attractions.

We ask that you please be patient.  We want to get up and running as quickly as possible but need to make sure we do so safely.

To find current status of an existing reservation call Reserve America at 1-877-647-2757 or log in to your reserve America account and select my account and reservations. This will give you the status of your reservation.

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Below are links to the reopening guidelines presented by the Governor:  
Planning to Visit a State Park?
Visitors must be asked to:
  • remain home if experiencing symptoms of COVID-19; and
  • keep a safe distance of at least 6 feet from other people visiting the park/campground at all times; and
  • wear a cloth face covering over mouth and nose to protect others when in locations where other consumers might be present (e.g. bathroom facilities)

Our Campgrounds

Notice: all reservations for pavilions and historic sites will be put on hold until further notice. Please visit our NH Parks COVID-19 page for updates and information. Thank you for your cooperation.

New Hampshire has 20 State Parks with camping facilities in beautiful surroundings, available for use by individuals, families, and  youth groups. We offer various camping experiences, such as primitive camping, cabin and yurt rentals, full-service RV hookups, and lean-to's. Reserve your campsite online through  ReserveAmerica or by calling 1-877-nhparks (1-877-647-2757).

NH State Parks Campground Amenties Grid
NH State Parks Campground Guide
NH State Parks Campground Operating Schedule


Bear Brook State Park Campground (Open May 15, 2020)

Bear Brook State Park  - 157 Deerfield Road, Allenstown, NH 03275
Camping, hiking, biking, archery swimming and fishing are a few of the outdoor activities you can do at the park. Forty miles of trails through the heavily forested park, leading to seldom visited marshes, bogs, summits and ponds, offer a variety of options for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Campers have two options to enjoy this scenic park; the 101 site campground at Beaver Pond and the cabins at Bear Hill Pond. Boat rentals are available at both Beaver and Catamount Ponds. Archery Pond is an universally accessible fly fishing facility and across the road from Archery Pond is a special little pond just for children under twelve to fish.

To protect our guest and campers we now have curbside pickup at Bear Brook State Park. Campers can place an order by calling the park store at 603-485-9869. Your order will be ready for pickup in front of the store. If an item you are looking for is not on the menu, please ask a staff member.
Bear Brook's Curbside Pickup Menu

Beaver Pond Campground - 600 Lower Road, Deerfield
Visitors to Beaver Pond Campground will find a camp store, swimming beach, canoe rentals, coin-operated showers, dump station, ice, and firewood are available. This is a pet friendly campground.

Bear Hill Pond Cabins - 15 Bear Hill Pond Road, Deerfield
Two sizes of furnished cabins (maximum occupancy of 4 or 6 persons) are available for rent. Dogs are not allowed. There is a drop-off area and the cabins are walk-in. Cabins do not have electricity. Visitors to Bear Hill have easy access to the Hall Mountain trail network, a swimming beach, and non-motorized boating and fishing on Bear Hill Pond.


Lodges at Coleman State Park (Closed)

The Lodges at Coleman State Park are an ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts in New Hampshire’s Great North Woods region! Located in Stewartstown (twelve miles east of Colebrook), The Lodges have a wide variety of recreational opportunities available. The Lodges have direct trail access to the OHRV corridor system, snowmobile corridors (5 and 18 Ride the Wild) and is within walking distance to Little Diamond Pond for fishing and boating. The Lodges at Coleman State Park is an excellent base for snowmobiling, OHRV riding, fall hunting, hiking, canoeing, and snowshoeing.

The Lodges at Coleman State Park offers 4 lodge houses and a lodge room to choose from. Three of the houses can hold up to 8 people, one lodge house and the lodge room can hold up to 4 people. Lodge house amenities include: washer, dryer, gas fireplace, furnished living room, dining area, fully equipped kitchen, Keurig, and linens. Pets are not permitted in any of the lodges and there is a 2 night minimum to reserve.


Coleman State Park Campground (Closed)

Coleman State Park  - 1166 Diamond Pond Rd, Stewartstown, NH 03597
On Little Diamond Pond, this 25 site campground offers an excellent base for fishing, kayaking, hunting, ATV camping and more. This is a pet friendly campground.

Crawford State Park Campground (closed)

Dry River Campground  - 1464 US Route 302, Hunts Location, NH 03812
This 35-site campground is a woodland setting, located in the heart of Crawford Notch State Park. Flush toilets and showers are located in the campground. This is a pet friendly campground. 

Deer Mountain Campground (closed)

Deer Mountain Campground  - 5309 North Main St, Pittsburg, NH 03592
Just south of the Canadian border, this 25 site primitive campground is located in Connecticut Lakes State Forest. This is a pet friendly campground.


Ellacoya State Park Campground (open May 22, 2020)

Ellacoya State Park  - 266 Scenic Rd, Gilford, NH 03246
The 38 full hookup sites on the shore of Lake Winnipesauke offers mountain views. Tents are not allowed at the RV park. Pets are not allowed.


Cannon Mountain RV Park  at Franconia Notch State Park Campground- Route 3,  Franconia, NH 03580 (Open 6/12/2020)

Located at the north end of Franconia Notch State Park, it offers 7 full-hookup campsites. The RV Park is open year-round with limited services. Pets are not allowed.


Lafayette Place Campground at Franconia Notch State Park Campground - Open May 22, 2020

Route 93, Franconia, NH 03580
In the heart of Franconia Notch State Park, this 97 site wooded campground is open year round (no services mid-October through mid-May). It is a great base for hiking, biking and exploring the White Mountain region. 


Greenfield State Park Campground Open May 22, 2020

Greenfield State Park  - 133 Beach Rd, Greenfield, NH 03047
Tucked away in this 400-acre park are ponds, bogs and a 252-site campground. The campground has a separate beach. This is a pet friendly campground. 


Hampton Beach RV Park (opening 6/1/2020)

Hampton Beach State Park  - Route 1A, Hampton, NH 03842
The only RV park directly on the New Hampshire coast at the mouth of the Hampton River. The park is located south of the main part of Hampton Beach on Route 1A at the Seabrook-Hampton town line. Route 1A can be easily reached from I-95 by either Route 101 or 286. Pets are not allowed.


Jericho Mountain State Park Campground (open 6/4/2020)

Jericho Mountain State Park  - 298 Jericho Lake Road, Berlin, NH 03570
The campground has 20 primitive campsites, including 5 cabins, 6 tent sites and 9 RV sites, and offers only water and portable toilets this season. The campground connects to the 75 miles of OHRV trails at the park, a day-use area with a beach for swimming, pavilion and boat launch. Campsite fees will be $23/night and cabin fees are $50/night. This is a pet friendly campground.


Lake Francis State Park Campground Open May 22, 2020

Lake Francis State Park  - 439 River Road, Pittsburg, NH 03592
In the Great North Woods this lakefront park offers 45 sites for tent camping, ATV camping as well as some 2-way hookups. The park offers excellent base for fishing, wildlife viewing and kayaking. This is a pet friendly campground. 


Milan Hill State Park Campground (closed)

Milan Hill State Park  - 72 Fire Tower Rd, Milan, NH 03588
With sweeping views of the White Mountains, mountains of Maine and Canada this park offers 10 campsites including 4 yurts for primitive camping. This is a pet friendly campground.

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Mollidgewock State Park Campground (closed)

Mollidgewock State Park  - 1437 Berlin Road, Errol, NH 03579
Located on NH Route 16, approximately 28 miles north of Berlin and three miles south of Errol, the campground is open for reservable stays from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend. The primitive tenting campground offers campsites, including remote and canoe-to sites along the Androscoggin and Magalloway Rivers. Water and pit toilets are located in the campground. Wood and ice are offered for sale, and kayaks can be rented. Thirteen Mile Woods Scenic Area, in which the campground is located, is popular for watching moose and other wildlife. The nearby rivers are a favorite among picnickers, anglers, canoeists, and kayakers. This is a pet friendly campground.


Monadnock State Park Campground (open 6/4/2020)

Gilson Pond Campground  - 116 Poole Road, Jaffrey, NH 03452
Gilson Pond Campground campground has 34 campsites for tents or pop-ups, 6 remote hike-to sites and new bathhouse and playground.  The campground at Monadnock headquarters offers youth group camping and is open year-round. Pets are not allowed.


Moose Brook State Park Campground (closed)

Moose Brook State Park  - 30 Jimtown Road, Gorham, NH 03581
With 59 campsites, the park is ideally located for fishing in the Peabody and Moose rivers. There many trails in the park are great for exploring on foot or mountain bike. This is a pet friendly campground.


Mount Sunapee State Park Campground (closed)

Mount Sunapee State Park    - 86 Beach Access Road, Newbury, NH 03255
The campground has 10 campsites including 5 lean-tos and one platform site. The sites are wooded and are for tent camping.


Pawtuckaway State Park Campground (closed)

Pawtuckaway State Park  - 40 Pawtuckaway Road, Nottingham, NH 03290
The campground offers 192 wooded campsites, many providing views of the lake. Each campsite has an open fireplace, picnic table, flat area for a tent, and a parking space. Running water, flush toilets, a camp store, boat launch, and canoe and kayak rentals are available. Showers are accessible 24 hours a day. Five cabins are available; each sleeps six people, has electricity, and includes a fire ring and picnic table. Pets are not allowed.


Pillsbury State Park Campground (open 6/12/2020)

Pillsbury State Park  - 100 Pillsbury State Park Road, Washington, NH 03280
This 41 site primitive campground includes canoe-to and walk-in sites. The park is heavily wooded with several ponds and wetlands that offer a variety of wildlife. This is a pet friendly campground.


Umbagog Lake State Park Campground (closed)

Umbagog Lake State Park  - 235 East Route 26, Cambridge, NH 03579
Campground offers 63 sites with tent and 2-way hookup sites, remote sites and cabins (3 cabins at base area and 4 remote cabins). Park is great for wildlife viewing. This is a pet friendly campground.

Ellis Camps: Cabin Rentals
Remote cabin rentals are now available within Umbagog Lake State Park! The Ellis camps offer 4 remote cabins rentals in the northwest section of Umbagog Lake. The cabins can hold 6 people, 4 people, or 3 people depending on which cabin is reserved. The cabins are all lake fronts and are boat in only.


White Lake State Park Campground (closed)

White Lake State Park    - 94 State Park Road, Tamworth, NH 03886
The 203-site campground is located on the shore of White Lake with some of the best swimming in the White Mountain region. Pets are not allowed.