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Sitting on the Soucook River in the lowlands of southeast New Hampshire, Cascade Campground should be the next stop for your rental RV. Campers will find a range of amenities, including a camp store, on-site propane and firewood, as well as shower facilities. When the time comes to relax, there is a beach area on the river, a swimming pool, and a large pavilion. Kids can enjoy spending time at the playground or in the game room. This pet-friendly campground organizes plenty of seasonal activities such as Bingo, cornhole tournaments, and yard sales. When camping at Cascade Campground, you can choose from full hookup RV sites, tent sites with water and electric hookups, and tent sites with no hookups.
If you don’t want to spend much time at the campground, you are in luck – it is surrounded by peaceful lakes and vast forests, and it is about an hour's drive away from the Atlantic coast, giving you countless opportunities for exploration. Those who enjoy camping but would still like to squeeze in a day of sightseeing will find that there are numerous interesting cities nearby. Concord, the capital of the state sitting on the Merrimack River, welcomes visitors with New Hampshire State House, dating back to the early 19th century, and wonderful performances at the Capitol Center for the Arts. The Currier Museum of Art and the Palace Theatre are only some of the attractions of Manchester, another city on the Merrimack River. A place of rich history and amazing architecture, Boston, MA is waiting for you and your campervan rental on the shores of Massachusetts Bay.
When you book an RV in Merrimack County, make sure to take it out for a spin and explore the surrounding natural beauty. The first stop for your RV rental can be Bear Brook State Park, one of the largest in the state, an oasis of lush trees, numerous ponds, and thousands of acres of pristine nature to be discovered. Hikers and bikers will find a network of trails taking them across clear streams and up the hillsides, while anglers and boaters can enjoy spending the day at one of the ponds. If you are in for a refreshing swim, don’t worry – there are beach areas where you can relax after going for a dip. Adventurers who want to escape the developed parts of the park can explore its secluded marshes, bogs, and summits. Another way to have some fun is by visiting the two archery ranges open year-round.
Does camping with an RV right on the Atlantic coast only a few steps from the water sound like a good idea? You don’t have to travel far to do just that – Hampton Beach State Park is only an hour's drive away from the campground. Spend the day splashing around in the waves or just lying around at the sandy beach and let the ocean restore your energy. You can also go fishing or stroll along the shore, waiting for a wonderful sunset. If you visit the park off-season, you can witness the awe-inspiring spectacle of powerful ocean storms or opt for some whale watching.
Soaring alpine peaks, endless wilderness areas of unspoiled nature, and breathtaking views are some of the amazing things you will find if you park your Loudon camper rental at the giant White Mountain National Forest. Spreading across two states, it invites outdoor lovers to come and take a ride on the Kancamagus Scenic Byway and stop to admire the variety of fall colors displayed by its trees or step back through time and discover one of its historical places such as the Russell-Colbath House and the Brickett Place. Hikers who try completing the Welch-Dickey trail are in for a wonderful surprise – in addition to amazing views, the trail offers a chance for picking wild blueberries along the way. After an exciting day, let the waters of Lower Falls relax you for a new day of adventure.
RV camping at Cascade Campground puts you close to several interesting cities full of attractions that you shouldn’t miss out on.
It only takes minutes to reach Concord and discover the secrets of the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. This fantastic science museum dedicated to the first teacher and the first American in space features interactive science and engineering exhibits and activities, giving you a chance to experience space without leaving Earth. A full-dome digital planetarium is also a part of the museum, and a full-size Mercury-Redstone rocket replica can be seen in the outdoor exhibit.
If admiring incredible artworks is your idea of a great time, travel to Manchester and enter the Currier Museum of Art. With a wonderful collection of paintings, sculptures, and photographs, and names such as Matisse, O’Keeffe, and Sargent, every art lover will be thrilled to explore its galleries. The Zimmerman House, designed by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright, is also a part of the museum, and visitors can see original furnishings, as well as the art collection that belongs to the owner.
Boston is a city teeming with interesting places, but baseball fans shouldn’t miss out on watching a game at the iconic Fenway Park. It has been the home of the Boston Red Sox for more than a century, and some of its parts have some pretty quirky names such as the Green Monster, the Lone Red Seat, and Pesky’s Pole. In addition to baseball games, visitors can watch football, soccer, and hockey and attend concerts and other cultural events.
After a long day of discovering New England’s best natural spots, every camper deserves a tasty bite, and when you rent a camper near Cascade Campground, you'll be close to some amazing seafood restaurants, as well as lively pubs and fast-food joints.