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Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

Other

All other types of drivable vehicles.

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Located in southwest New Hampshire, Wantastiquet Mountain Natural Area features miles and miles of hiking trails that lead through picturesque woods, all the way to the top of Mount Wantastiquet. This natural area is close to Chesterfield and a 30-minute drive away from Keene. Outdoor enthusiasts come here to engage in various activities, including hiking, picnicking, and wildlife observation.

The 520-acre natural area is popular among visitors from the nearby communities all year round. A large number of tourists come here in summer and fall to enjoy the foliage. The Connecticut River Valley looks breathtaking once leaves start changing colors. Wantastiquet Mountain Natural Area is a hidden natural gem of New Hampshire, and when you wish to experience it completely, book an RV in Cheshire County.

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Getting Outdoors

Hiking up Mount Wantastiquet is among favorite activities for visitors who go motorhome camping in the area. The trail leading to the scenic overlook is 3.2 miles long and does require hikers to be in good physical shape since they will be going up the hill. Once they get to the top, hikers may enjoy panoramic views of the Connecticut River Valley stretching as far as the eye can see. If you are looking for an easier hike, we recommend going to the Wantastiquet Falls. To get to these magnificent waterfalls, hikers need to take a walk through the woods, following a shorter trail. The Wantastiquet Falls is 35 feet tall and hidden among the trees.

Birdwatchers come here in spring and summer because this part of New Hampshire offers incredible birding opportunities. The woods of Wantastiquet Mountain Natural Area are packed with visitors interested in birding as soon as spring rolls around. Cerulean Warbler is a frequent sight in this natural area, but birdwatchers might also catch a glimpse of prairie warblers, eastern towhees, and dark-eyed juncos should they venture closer to the mountain. Make sure you have a field guide and a pair of binoculars in your RV rental, and you will be all set for this birding adventure.

Camping at Wantastiquet Mountain Natural Area

Wantastiquet Mountain Natural Area doesn’t have camping facilities. Potential visitors could stay at the nearby Hinsdale Campground. This place has all the basics one could need during a camping trip, and then some more. The campground is small, cozy, and surrounded by the woods. Campers will have access to the bathhouse, showers, swimming pools, playgrounds, and a picnic area.

A total of 21 sites can accommodate long vehicles and RVs. All of them feature full hookups. Campers are able to choose between 30 and 50-amp power. Sites also have picnic tables and fire rings. Hinsdale Campground is open from April to late October. Campers could contact the campground’s office via phone and make a reservation before their arrival.

Exploring the Area

Keene is a small college town the Cheshire County. This community is a perfect blend of history, culture, and untouched nature. It is not a huge tourist location, but if you decide to spend an afternoon exploring this place, you will be pleasantly surprised. Wantastiquet Mountain Natural Area campers interested in learning more about this part of New Hampshire could start their tour of Keene at the Historical Society of Cheshire County. Housed the stunning Italianate Ball Mansion, the Historical Society has an important role in collecting various artifacts, documents, photographs, and information about Keene through the centuries. Visitors could take a short tour and see the permanent exhibits that visualize how the city developed from the arrival of the early settlers till the present day.

The Wyman Tavern is another important landmark in Keene. This historic house turned museum is located on Main Street, right next to Keene State College. The tavern was built by Isaac Wyman in 1762. This location had an important role in the American Revolutionary War since it was the place of gathering for the militia. The property was leased to the Historical Society of Cheshire County in 1968, and it soon became a tiny museum. The interiors of the house are authentic, displaying a mixture of styles. The Wyman Tavern is on the National Register of Historic Places from 1972.

Visitors who happen to visit Keene in October could attend the annual Pumpkin Festival. This event used to be huge, but the organizers downsized it a bit in 2017. The festival is family-friendly, with plenty of engaging activities such as pumpkin carving, exploring the maze, and music performances.

The downtown area of Keene is the place to be if you want to grab a bite to eat. There are not too many high-end restaurants here, so visitors could try local dishes in a more relaxed setting at one of the diners.

Those of you going RV camping at Wantastiquet Mountain Area could get supplies at one of the convenience stores on Main street. New Hampshire is simply magnificent, with plenty of gorgeous natural areas and charming countryside.

Campers who are not ready to go home just yet jump into the RV and drive east to Concord, the capital of New Hampshire, and explore some more of this awesome state.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Ann Stokes Loop, MAWantastiquet Mountain Natural Area, MA
  • Wantastiquet Natural Area Summit Trail, VTBrattleboro, VT
  • Pisgah Ridge and Kilburn Loop, NHHinsdale, NH
  • Mount Pisgah, NHHinsdale, NH
  • Kilburn Loop, NHHinsdale, NH
  • Sunset Trail, VTFort Dummer State Park, VT
  • Beal's Knob Trail, NHPisgah State Park, NH
  • Black Mountain Trail, VTBrattleboro, VT
  • Chesterfield Gorge State Wayside Trail, NHKeene, NH
  • May-December Trail, NHWestmoreland, NH

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