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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.

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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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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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Situated in the southern section of New Hampshire lies Greenfield State Park. This park covers over 400 acres and is filled with forests and bogs for guests to explore. While at the state park, visitors can enjoy the great outdoors by doing various activities like swimming, fishing, and hiking.

The park is home to a small store which sells snacks and souvenirs. There are also a few park ranger stations located around the area that can be visited if you have questions. This state park is located next to many major cities like Bennington, Concord, and Manchester.

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Getting Outdoors

Greenfield State Park offers numerous fun outdoor activities to try out. Visitors can hike or bike down its many different trails which are known for being well-maintained. This means you won’t have to worry about thick overbrush restricting access to parts of it. Most of the trails wind around the park’s ponds and bogs and feature various elevations that will provide you with unique views of the area.

You could also consider going swimming or kayaking in its lake. Known officially as Otter Lake, this massive body of water is perfect for those who want to spend a day relaxing out on the water. During the summer, the park does have lifeguards on duty. This lake also features a 900-foot beach to rest on and a boat ramp should you have brought your boat. However, boats are usually restricted on the lake unless they are approved by the New Hampshire Department of Safety.

For those who plan to visit during the winter, bundle up and go snowmobiling and skiing through the park. You’ll be able to take your snowmobile or skis and head down the different park trails. The park will post snowmobiling conditions to ensure you stay safe when you’re out exploring.

Camping at Greenfield State Park

Camping with an RV at Greenfield State Park is allowed for those who wish to book an RV in Hillsborough County. The park offers 252 RV sites which do require reservations ahead of time. The campsites offered are nestled within a thick forest, providing you with plenty of privacy.

Some amenities offered at the campground include restrooms, a playground, picnic shelters, and fire rings. Keep in mind though that there are no hookups available. There are also a few fees required in order to keep your camper rental here. It’s also a pet-friendly spot, but your pet must be kept on a leash at all times.

Exploring the Area

There are many unique destinations to check out while in the area. Consider taking your motorhome to Concord to visit the Canterbury Shaker Village. Created in the 19th-century, this structure is believed to be one of the last remaining authentic Shaker homes in the United States. You will be able to take a guided tour of the large home to learn more about the history of the Shakers. In addition to this, the village also has demonstrations of arts and crafts the Shakers once did, such as woodworking, broom making, and sewing. When you’re done touring the grounds, stop by its store and cafe for some souvenirs for those that did not make the trip with you.

A quick drive away in Manchester is the Zimmerman House. Built-in 1950 by Frank Lloyd Wright, this home was one of the first homes to be built in the state by this famous architect. It’s particularly known for its Prairie School design. Tours can be taken of the structure although reservations need to be made well in advance.

Take your RV to Jaffrey to see Monadnock State Park. This state park covers over 1,000 acres and is best known for being home to Mount Monadnock which is a National Natural Landmark. Besides viewing this majestic landform, you will be able to trek through the highlands surrounding it. If you don't have time this trip, consider a visit during the winter to go cross-country skiing.

Another place of interest to visit while in the area is the Nashua Historic District. Situated in the city of Nashua, this district is filled with historic buildings that feature Italianate and Federal architecture. Most of the homes were built in the early 1800s, and some feature plaques outside which tell more about their history. This district is also located near a few quaint shops and cafes.

Greenfield State Park is located near a few grocery stores and restaurants. There are also a handful of gas stations around which are only a few minutes away. If you’re looking for a unique New England experience, head over to the nearby sugar shack where you’ll be able to see how maple syrup is made and taste samples of it.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Shannon's Trail to Crotched Mountain Lookout, NHGreenfield, NH
  • Crotched Mountain Loop, NHGreenfield, NH
  • Dutton Brook Trail, NHGreenfield, NH
  • Summit East and Summit West Loop Trail, NHFrancestown, NH
  • Crotched Mountain from Greenfield Road, NHFrancestown, NH
  • Crotched Mountain from Mountain Road, NHBennington, NH
  • Railroad Trail, NHHancock, NH
  • Powder Mill Pond and Contoocook River, NHBennington, NH
  • Edward MacDowell Lake, NHDublin, NH
  • The Raymond Trail, NHMiller State Park, NH

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