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Located in the suburbs of Manchester, the town of Auburn is nestled into the rolling hills of southeastern New Hampshire. Auburn has built itself up around the quiet shores of Massabesic Lake. Throughout most of its industrial history, Auburn served as a train depot and crossway for various freight lines. Today, the town is home to people who work in and around Manchester, one of the largest towns in New Hampshire.

When you book an RV in Auburn, you are opening up a wealth of vacation opportunities. You will be able to experience some of northern New England’s mountain destinations, explore forests and woodland areas, and even enjoy a day or two on the lakeshore. Auburn is a quaint little town that has managed to preserve its rural history while being close to a major city. Here you really can have a relaxing, quiet time but can also hit the open road using your Auburn, New Hampshire RV rental and explore the state.

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The Great Outdoors

One of the largest state parks in New Hampshire, Bear Brook State Park, in Allenstown, NH, is less than half an hour away. With over 10,000 acres to explore, visitors to Bear Brook can enjoy fishing, hiking in the warmer months and snow sports like cross-country skiing and dog-sledding in the winter. If you are looking to spend time on the water, rent a boat and explore Bear Hill Pond or Bear Brook itself.

Getting a camper rental in Auburn means you will have the chance to travel to one of the most visited natural sites in all of New Hampshire: White Mountain National Forest. It’s located near Lincoln, just over an hour north of Auburn. Whether you just want to go driving down the Kancamagus Scenic Byway or navigate the more than 1,200 miles of trails in this pristine New England wilderness, it’s a good time for the whole family.

With your RV rental in Auburn, NH, you can easily broaden your horizons and see more of this picturesque state. If you are prepared to drive a little over two hours, consider a visit to Green Mountain National Forest, located in Vermont along the border of New York State. This wildlife-rich forest is home to coyotes, moose, and beavers. Green Mountain offers visitors a wonderful escape from the modern world. With dozens of trails to choose from, you can enjoy easier hikes around the various lakes or challenge yourself by hiking up one of the majestic mountains.

RV Parks

An RV rental in Auburn provides multiple suitable options for places to spend the night. About 15 minutes east, you’ll find the Pine Acres Resort in Raymond. Situated along the Lamprey River, the sites here are spacious and there are options to set up your camp right on the waterfront. Enjoy swimming in the river or have a game of baseball. You can expect full hookups and access to restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.

About twenty minutes south of Auburn is Hidden Valley RV & Golf Park. Sites are full hookup here and all the amenities are within easy reach of an 18-hole golf course. This RV park is big on recreation; you can have a game of horseshoes or shuffleboard or watch the kids play at the playground. For anyone wishing to visit Boston while you’re in the area, this site is an option to consider. It’s only about an hour away.

Explore the City

When you rent an RV in Auburn, be sure to set aside plenty of time to explore the local area. Just north of the center of town is the Charmingfare Farm. This real, working farm gives you the chance to photograph, feed, and pet a variety of animals. You can even go for a trail ride on horseback through old forest logging roads and livestock-filled meadows.

If you enjoyed getting close to nature, but it left you wanting something a little more thrilling, then head 15 minutes northeast of town to Candia Springs Adventure Park. You can make your way through a tree-top adventure course and see the world from a bird’s eye view. For adventure on the safety of the ground, enjoy all the fun of the waterpark’s slides and spray grounds.

If you’re looking to learn more about the wildlife in the area, then visit the Audubon Massabesic Center, minutes from Manchester. Here, you can learn about the various plants and animals that call southeastern New Hampshire home. Five miles of trails wind through 130 acres of protected forest and to the scenic Massabesic Lake.

A motorhome rental in Auburn puts you in a central location that means you can easily explore the sights of the much larger cities of Boston and Manchester. At least you know that in this area of New England, you’ll never be bored. Your ideal RV vacation awaits.

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