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Tucked away in the dazzling White Mountains of New Hampshire, you can rent an RV near Crazy Horse Family Campground and stay in style for your next vacation. Near many of New Hampshire's best outdoor attractions, this peaceful RV park is a little over an hour's drive north of Concord, and quite close to Montpelier, Vermont. Crazy Horse Family Campground is surrounded by forest on all sides, over on the state line separating New Hampshire and Vermont; it's perfect for those who want to explore both states while renting an RV in the area.
A hundred acres of rustic, forested wonderland surrounds you when you camp in an RV at Crazy Horse Family Campground. The area is teeming with nature trails, fishing and boating spots on the massive Moore Reservoir, and magical night skies devoid of light pollution. Tent and RV campers can find solace knowing that they can find a camping spot to accommodate them. No matter the time of year, you can enjoy your stay at this pet-friendly RV park in northern New Hampshire.
When you aren’t off exploring the forests and lakefront, there are some wonderful activities you can take part in while RV camping at Crazy Horse Family Campground, like swimming in the in-ground pool or fishing in the lake. A playground for children means that families can enjoy this fantastic park, and a convenient camp store ensures you’ll have everything you need, from groceries to firewood to propane. On-site laundry facilities, modern restroom/showers, and wireless internet further add some homelike comfort into the mix.
Prepare to be dazzled when you book an RV Grafton County; there is nothing quite like this amazing place on the East Coast. Within driving distance of your temporary RV park home, there are dozens of state parks worth visiting while you're here. At Forest Lake State Park, visitors can swim, boat, and fish in Forest Lake or lounge on the sandy beaches bordering the lake. Hiking and biking are also popular activities within the park.
Franconia Notch State Park and Crawford Notch State Park can both be found on the edges or in the middle of White Mountain National Forest, the largest nature area in the state. Franconia Notch State Park was once home to the famed “Old Man on the Mountain,” a rock face feature that resembles an old man. The feature collapsed in 2003, but the park still remains a great place to hike, camp, ski, snowboard, snowshoe, cross-country ski, and snowmobile. Crawford Notch State Park has some stunning nature trails leading to hidden waterfalls and historic sites in the forest.
White Mountain National Forest has nearly a million acres of jaw-dropping scenery, featuring the White Mountains in all their glory. Mount Washington State Park is found in the heart of this federally maintained land, perhaps the crown jewel of parks in the state. Mount Washington is the highest mountain peak in the Northeast, with some of the strongest winds ever recorded. You can hike or drive to the peak of the summit, or enjoy a myriad of other neat features in this popular nature park.
Crazy Horse Family Campground is situated in the tiny town of Littleton, New Hampshire, an idyllic New England village replete with all the classical features of a New England community like the antiquated white churches and beautiful colonial homes. The Pollyanna of Littleton Statue celebrates the legacy of Eleanor H. Porter, an American author who created iconic children’s literature. The statue pays homage to her most famous character, a little girl named Pollyanna who appeared in books like Pollyanna Grows Up and Pollyanna Plays the Game.
The history of this town and its surrounds is kept at the Littleton Historical Museum, where you can learn a great deal about colonial life and the pioneers who made New Hampshire their home. The loving staff are master storytellers, prepared to take you on a journey through time so you can live the past while observing artifacts, newspaper clippings, and other treasures from centuries back.
On the outskirts of town, you can find some stellar ski and snowboard resorts, like Cannon Mountain run by Franconia Notch State Park. This tourism hotspot is great for skiing and snowboarding at its granite dome, home to some US Olympic skiing champions.
Rent a camper near Crazy Horse Family Campground and you can head to the mountains, explore the charming town of Littleton, or kick back and relax in the comforts of your travel trailer rental.