Lost River Valley Campground

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Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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In the White Mountains of New Hampshire, the Lost River Valley Campground is a classic wooded campsite with plenty of New England charm. It is set in the small town of Woodstock, which is a two-hour drive from Manchester, NH, and a three-hour drive from Boston. The campground is at the site of an early 20th-century lumber mill with an iconic water wheel, evoking feelings of nostalgia.

When camping with an RV at Lost River Valley Campground, you'll have access to the amenities you need to stay comfortable. Many sites have full hookups available with 20, 30, and 50 amp electric connections. All sites have free Wi-Fi, picnic tables, and fire pits for your convenience. They have modern restrooms, a dump site, and an ATM too. There's also a campground store where you can pick up the essentials you need, including ice and firewood.

RV camping here also comes with a huge selection of recreational activities to enjoy. The campground is located right on the Lost River, so you can go swimming or trout fishing in the water. There are also kayak and paddleboat rentals available. There is a sports area with volleyball, badminton, horseshoes, tennis, and basketball available. For kids, there is a playground, and for rainy days, there is an indoor game room to enjoy.

The Great Outdoors

Due to the mountainous topography of the area, hiking is a very popular activity. You can access the Appalachian Trail system from the campground, so you don't even need to drive to a trailhead. The Beaver Brook Trail is a popular option in the area that is easily accessible from Lost River Road. While hiking this trail, you'll see beautiful waterfalls and wooded scenery. If you are willing to make a short drive, you can visit Flume Gorge, which is a scenic ravine with a hiking path.

RV camping at Lost River Valley Campground is a great way to see the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves. Here, you can take in amazing views of the mountains and waterfalls. There are hiking trails there too, and it is also a popular spot for those interested in caving. Even if you are not an experienced caver, you can opt to take a guided lantern tour through the caves. There are also plenty of lookout points and even a suspension bridge to help you experience the best possible views. Be sure to bring your camera to capture the magic of the waterfalls.

The Lost River is a popular site for trout fishing, and you can actually access some incredible trout fishing right from the campground. Some nearby areas are stocked by the NH Fish and Game Department, increasing your chances of making a catch. If you're planning on fishing while visiting the Woodstock area, be sure to do your research and obtain any necessary permits ahead of time, depending on where you want to fish.

Exploring The Area

When you book an RV in Grafton County, you'll find many different ways to explore the mountain scenery. Old railroads are a tradition in this area, and there are actually several different historic trains you can take near the campground. The Mount Washington Cog Railway is a scenic train ride that will take you to the top of a mountain for incredible views. Two other popular local train rides are the Conway Scenic Railroad and the Hobo Railroad. These rides are particularly stunning during the fall when the leaves are changing colors.

If you're camping in an RV with kids, be sure to visit one of the many old-fashioned amusement parks that are located in the White Mountains. Storyland is a colorful park bringing fairy tales to life, while Santa's Village is a unique Christmas-themed park. During the hotter days of summer, check out the water park in Lincoln. Adults will enjoy the nearby adventure park, where you can take nature tours, go zip lining, or even take a snowmobile ride in the winter. If you're looking for something a little more laid-back, consider taking a moose tour and seeing some of the area's most charming wildlife.

Since the town of Woodstock is very popular with visitors, there are plenty of restaurants to explore there. You'll find everything from casual cafes where you can grab breakfast to nice restaurants where you can enjoy a formal dinner. You'll also have access to gas stations and small grocery stores nearby where you can pick up all of your camping essentials. Getting an RV rental near Lost River Valley Campground is an amazing way to enjoy this popular vacation destination.

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