Beaver Hollow Campground

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

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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.

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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.

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Welcome to Beaver Hollow Campground in beautiful New Hampshire. The scenic 40-acre campground offers various hiking trails that will let you explore the stunning nature in New England without ever having to leave the RV park. Apart from its natural beauty, camping at Beaver Hollow Campground means you’ll have access to amenities and attractions that will make you feel right at home.

Challenge your friends to a game of horseshoes, volleyball, or basketball. Then, cool off in the seasonal swimming pool. If you have children, let them run off some energy on one of the three playgrounds. They can also participate in campground-organized activities, including Bingo, hayrides, karaoke, and arts and crafts.

After a long day of adventuring and exploring, freshen up in the free hot showers, and make sure you’re prepared for the next day with clean clothes by washing a load of laundry in the laundry room. At night, you can sleep soundly knowing that for your safety and comfort, the campground is secured by a gate. So pack your bags, and get ready for a vacation you’ll never forget when you RV camp at Beaver Hollow Campground.

The Great Outdoors

White Lake State Park is a 902-acre park in Tamworth, New Hampshire that offers some of the best swimming in the White Mountain region. A glacial lake, guests are invited to boat, trout fish, and swim. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around the lake, hop on one of the bike trails, or pack a picnic in the stunning surroundings. If you want to take more than a day to explore the park, you can bring your RV rental and post up at the state park campground.

Another lake in the area is Ossipee Lake in Ossipee, New Hampshire. It covers 3,257 acres and is the sixth-largest lake located fully in New Hampshire. The lake is fed by multiple rivers and offers some of the best fishing in the area. Amenities at the lake include an on-site restaurant, a seasonal swimming pool, and pets are allowed. If you don’t feel like spending time on the water, don’t worry. You can also enjoy hiking, golf, and nearby camping. And during the winter months, ice skating, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing become popular activities.

Another place to check out when you search for an RV in Carroll County is Diana’s Bath. A short half-mile hike will take you to a scenic group of small rock ledges, waterfalls, and pools along Lucy Brook. The trail to the baths is ADA-accessible. Part of White Mountain National Forest, Diana’s Bath offers a great place for people of all ages and skill level to enjoy the tranquility of nature.

Exploring the City

Looking for something the entire family can enjoy? Visit Story Land in Bartlett. The family park features fairy tale and nursery rhyme-themed attractions and has been in operation for over 65 years. Check out more than 30 attractions like Cinderella’s Castle and the Polar Coaster. Have dinner with some of your favorite characters or learn how to become royal characters in Fairy Tale Training 101. Apart from the attractions and events, the park has kid-friendly shows such as Daniel Tiger’s Grr-ific Day!, Camp Fairy Tale, and other displays that children are bound to love.

The Conway Scenic Railroad gives visitors the chance to enjoy the spectacular New England outdoors from the comfort of a restored 19th-century locomotive. There are options for two trains: the Valley Train and the Notch Train. The Notch Train has the most dramatic scenery and makes its way past cascading brooks, panoramic mountain vistas, sheer bluff cliffs, and steep ravines. The other option is the Valley Train, which leads passengers through the Mount Washington Valley and offers distant mountain views. You might also opt for a dinner train and enjoy a first-class dining experience with ever-changing views.

Another cool place to check out when you're camping at Beaver Hollow Campground is the Mount Washington Observatory Weather Discovery Center. The observatory opened in 1932 and seeks to study local weather and meteorological patterns. The discovery center is open to the public and features hands-on exhibits such as the flow tank, the wind room, and the air cannon. With lessons for all levels of experience, the Weather Discovery Center is suitable for people of all ages and a great place to spend some time indoors when you camp in an RV near Ossipee.

With its abundant forests, mountains, and wildlife, New Hampshire is a spectacular place for outdoor enthusiasts. And even if you wish to spend time indoors when you visit, there is something for you, too. Whether it’s a museum, a scenic train ride, a winery, or a theme park, everyone will be pleased when you visit Ossipee, New Hampshire.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Green Mountain Climb, NHOssipee, NH
  • High Watch Trail, MEPorter, ME
  • Sentinel Mountain Trail, NHWhite Lake State Park, NH
  • Parsonsfield Trail, MEParsonsfield, ME
  • Cotton Valley Rail-Trail, NHWolfeboro, NH
  • Forest Ecology Loop Trail, NHWhite Lake State Park, NH
  • Shaw Mountain Trail to Bald Knob Trail, NHMoultonborough, NH
  • Big Ball Mountain Trail, NHMoultonborough, NH
  • Mount Shaw & Black Snout, NHMoultonborough, NH
  • Bald Knob Trail, NHMoultonborough, NH

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