RV Rental Coleman State Park

Find the perfect RV rental in Coleman State Park, NH. Simple, easy, and fully insured.

  • 100% free roadside assistance
  • Real people here to help 24/7
  • Get it delivered
  • More reviews. More 5-star ratings
-
All towables

Trailer

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.

All drivables

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.

0
0

How to rent an RV on Outdoorsy


  • 1

    Search by location

    Tell us where you want to pick up or have your RV delivered

  • 2

    Filter search results

    Sort by vehicle type, date, price, and amenities

  • 3

    Message the owner

    Learn more about your favorite RV and the best local destinations

  • 4

    Request a booking

    Send a request directly to the owner and start preparing for your adventure

The mysterious yet alluring Great North Woods also referred to as “North Country” by the locals, encompasses much of northern New Hampshire. The residents in this region very nearly seceded from the United States in 1835 over a dispute that was started by a debt owed to a hardware store. The rebellion was brought to their knees by British officials, who essentially forced the leaders to sign a treaty at gunpoint. Though it has been a few generations since that event, the old-timers are still disgruntled about it even to this day.

The town of Colebrook, just about 12 miles west, has a variety of restaurants, shops, and a small hospital with an emergency health center. The town is best known as the “hub” for northern New Hampshire because all of the main roads from Vermont, Maine, southern New Hampshire, and Canada converge here in Colebrook.

Discover Coleman State Park


Getting Outdoors

Though Coleman State Park is a small state park with only a few acres to its name, it’s surrounded by several natural areas, state parks, and state forests. Trails from Coleman State Park link up with over 1,000 miles of multi-use hiking trails that are shared with off-road vehicles and ATVs. One could easily hike or ride from Pittsburg, all the way to Berlin. In wintertime, as soon as snow transforms the landscape like magic, these trails are turned over to snowmobiles and cross-country skiing.

Fishing in New Hampshire is a popular activity, and locals regard Little Diamond Pond and the neighboring streams as one of the best trout-fishing hollows in the area. A small boat ramp makes launching small-craft boats like kayaks, canoes, and other small-craft boats. As soon as the temperature drops and the ice coats the surface, stubborn - or perhaps insane - fishermen set up on the ice. They drill small holes with augurs in hopes of catching a coldwater fish for supper.

Wildlife in these woods is robust and not particularly shy. Though Coleman State Park and the neighboring parks can get a little crowded during the summer months, it’s still easy to find wildlife to photograph or to enjoy, particularly if an outdoor lover sets out in the early mornings. White-tailed deer, foxes, and other small-game are common sightings. However, black bears, lured in by the scent of tantalizing food, have been known to go rummaging in campers’ food

Stores, and it’s highly recommended that all campers and hikers practice basic food safety. Moose and elk are known to frequent the woods, and it’s hard to miss their calls in late autumns when they are in a rut.

Waterfall hunting is a practice enjoyed by many. Though there are a few dozen named waterfalls, such as the Beaver Brook Falls near Colebrook, NH, there are thousands more that have yet to be discovered because they are smaller and often disappear quickly during the dry years.

Camping at Coleman State Park

RV camp in the Great North Woods surrounded by untamed wilderness. The long commute from the closest town is otherwise a risky prospect. One potentially misses out on The trophy-sized fish or The Photograph that could win a landscape photography contest. It’s only logical to rent an Airstream and RV camp right on the doorstep of the outdoors.

Coleman State Park RV campground has 25 sites and being largely primitive; there are no hookups. The campground, however, does have coin-op showers and flush toilets that are open between May and September. During the off-season, there is no running water. Campers can use the vault toilets, however. Leashed pets are allowed. One thing to be aware of: this campground is cash-only. Be sure to stop at a bank before arrival.

Alternatively, consider Rudy’s Cabins and Campground, which is close to Clarksville, and has full hookups, bathrooms with coin-op showers, and a laundromat. All RV sites have a fire ring, which is terrific for roasting s’ mores a travel trailer rental at the end of a long day.

Exploring the Area

Though the towns are small and far apart, they have plenty of charm and attractions for visitors to explore as they drive through in a motorhome rental. Nearby Clarksville, NH, has a roadside marker indicating denoting the 45th Parallax, which is the halfway point between the equator and the North Pole.

Chock full of history, many towns have buildings and homes that date back to the late 1700s, and driving through in a rental RV is akin to stepping back into time. There are still a handful of covered bridges that are a bygone example of bridge-building techniques in the area. North Stratford, NH, has three picturesque ones that are open to pedestrians. Against the backdrop of lush mountains, the bridges crossing babbling streams have the potential for a lovely landscape photograph or painting.

At the end of a long day of exploring and adventure, kick up your heels outside a camper rental, and look skyward. In this far-flung corner of the United States, light pollution is minimal, and it’s easy to spot the Milky Way and several other celestial bodies.

Find your perfect adventure in northern New Hampshire when you book an RV in Coos County.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • The Balsam's Wilderness, NHDixville Notch State Park, NH
  • Table Rock Trail, NHDixville Notch State Park, NH
  • Hurlbert Swamp Trail, NHColebrook, NH
  • Monadnock Mountain, NHColebrook, NH
  • Magalloway Mountain, NHPittsburg, NH
  • Aziscohos North Trail, MEAndover, ME
  • Mont Hereford Trail, QCEast Hereford, QC
  • North Percy Trail, VTMaidstone State Park, VT
  • Lake Umbagog, NHUmbagog Lake State Park, NH
  • Fourth Connecticut Lake Preserve Trail, NHPittsburg, NH

Frequently Asked Questions


Discover the best of what’s around


  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    +349 vehicles

  • Rocky Mountain National Park

    Rocky Mountain National Park

    +873 vehicles

  • Joshua Tree National Park

    Joshua Tree National Park

    +1334 vehicles

  • Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park

    +1009 vehicles

  • Zion National Park

    Zion National Park

    +103 vehicles