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Nestled on the banks of the Mad River, Goose Hollow Campground is a family-friendly RV park in New Hampshire perfect for exploring the White Mountain National Forest. It offers an attractive range of riverfront RV sites (and almost no mosquitoes), with pets also welcome to stay with you.
Camping at Goose Hollow Campground includes access to a range of water, electric, and sewer sites either on or off the river. There’s a swimming pool where you can refresh at the end of a long day’s exploration, as well as a children’s playground and bocce court. This RV campground also offers easy access to the hiking and mountain biking trails of the White Mountain National Forest while fishing is available in the adjacent river.
Camp in an RV near Goose Hollow and spend your days enjoying the outdoor activities in the White Mountain National Forest. It encompasses more than 750,000 acres across both New Hampshire and Maine and is divided into six federally-designated wilderness areas. Around 1,200 miles of hiking trails traverse the park (including 100 miles of the Appalachian Trail), and it’s home to numerous ski areas that attract snow enthusiasts during the winter months.
Soak up the natural wonders of the White Mountain National Forest along the White Mountain Trail and Kancamagus scenic driving routes or from the summit of Mount Washington. Aside from being accessed on foot, this 6,228-foot peak can be reached along the historic Mount Washington Cog Railway. The White Mountain National Forest is renowned for its spectacular fall colors while also being home to black bears, white-tailed deer, and moose.
RV camping at Goose Hollow Campground can also be used as a base for visiting Echo Lake State Park in nearby Conway. It centers around a sparkling lake where you can swim, canoe, and fish while being surrounded by numerous walking trails that hug the lakeshores and access the surrounding viewpoints. Follow the trail that leads into the adjacent Cathedral Ledge State Park and its 698-foot ledge, which affords superb views across the Saco River Valley and the White Mountains. If you’re into rock climbing, both Cathedral Ledge and nearby White Horse Ledge are popular rock climbing destinations in the summer and ice climbing walls in the winter months.
A 30-minute drive from Goose Hollow Campground will take you to the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves, which is also within the bounds of the White Mountain National Forest. It centers around an impressive gorge that can be explored on various boardwalks and hiking trails, with plenty of interpretive signs that make it accessible to kids. Follow the easy Kinsman Notch Ecology Trail or the Nature Garden Walk, then try your luck panning for gemstones or fossils at the Lost River Mining Sluice.
Goose Hollow campers can shop for groceries in Plymouth, which is just 15 minutes’ drive south. There are also gas stations here for filling up your RV rental and a handful of cafes and bistros dishing up a diverse range of food. While visiting Plymouth, take time to explore the Museum of the White Mountains, which details the local history, cultural heritage, and environmental legacy. Run by the Plymouth State University, its displays include old photographs, historical artifacts, and modern artworks detailing the people and events that have shaped the region.
If you’re particularly interested in the local history, continue driving south to Ashland, which is home to the Ashland Railroad Station Museum. Learn about its construction in 1869 along the Boston, Concord and Montreal Railroad and how the railway’s arrival transformed the fortunes of the area. Also in Ashland is the heritage-listed Whipple House Museum where the Nobel Prize-winning doctor George Hoyt Whipple was born. Admire its Cape-style architecture, then step inside to explore its engaging exhibits presented by the Ashland Historical Society.
Traveling with kids? Don’t miss a visit to Clark’s Trading Post, which is a 20-minute drive north of the campground in Lincoln. This vintage-styled amusement park offers steam train rides along the White Mountain Central Railroad as it travels across a 1904 Howe-truss covered bridge. You can browse the classic motorbikes and automobiles on display at the replica Avery’s Garage or vintage appliances in the Americana Museum, as well as a range of historical firefighting equipment at the 1884 Pemigewasset Hook and Ladder Fire Station. Also nearby is the White Mountains Visitor Center where you can pick up maps and information about what to do in the area.
Whether you want to get active in the wilderness areas of the White Mountain National Forest or discover the family-friendly attractions at Clark’s Trading Post, book an RV in Grafton County and start planning your next vacation.