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The beautiful Mile-Away Campground is in a quiet and relaxing natural setting with many lakes nearby, located right outside of the town of Henniker, on the way to Concord. This part of New Hampshire is famous for its many lakes and beautiful scenic nature, with a lot of outdoor recreational activities. It is especially great to camp here if you like water activities, as French Pond is right next to the campground. Even the Atlantic Coast is not far, and you can get to the idyllic town of Portsmouth in about an hour's drive. When motorhome camping at Mile-Away Campground, you'll have the opportunity to explore hiking and biking trails, forests, and skiing resorts close by.
At this Henniker campground, you will find pull-through sites with big rig access and full hookups. The park also has a camp store, pool room, big-screen TV, games, and a player piano. There is also a heated swimming pool on the property, plus a laundry room and bathhouses. Enjoy having a picnic with your family in the park, or playing games like mini-golf and all kinds of other sports. There are also paddleboat and rowboat rentals available, and you can try fishing, kayaking, or canoeing on the lake. This RV park also has a pavilion, where all the organized activities and events are held.
Most of the local attractions you can visit are in the city of Concord, but the city of Manchester is just a short drive away and offers many interesting possibilities for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Book an RV in Merrimack County, and you can see everything this gorgeous area has to offer.
Farrar Marsh State Wildlife Management Area is just a few minutes' drive away when you're camping at Mile-Away Campground. The terrain is comprised of forests, marshes, and streams. This park is designated for hunting and fishing, but you can also enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, and boating too. The forest is habitat to many animal species, like white-tailed deer, black bears, moose, and otters. There are also many birds here, including Canada geese, wood ducks, mallards, and more.
Peirce Wildlife and Forest Reservation is only about half an hour's drive west of the campground. This beautiful park is one of the most popular locations for wildlife watching, nature viewing, hiking, and photography in the area. There are many animal species living in the park, including deer, moose, beavers, minks, and otters. There are also many wonderful birds here, like solitary vireos, and black-throated green warblers. In the park, you will find over ten miles of hiking trails that will give you many opportunities for scenic views and to enjoy quiet and peaceful nature. In the wintertime, it's a great place for cross-country skiing.
Pillsbury State Park is less popular but also an excellent natural park in this part of New Hampshire. Here you can enjoy many different outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, fishing, winter sports, and boating. Heavily wooded with not many visitors, this park is an ideal place for wildlife observation, including moose and loons. While you're hiking, you may also encounter historical sites like overgrown cellar holes, early farm settlements, and items left behind from lumber harvesting.
Visit Henniker Historical Society and Museum when RV camping in the area. The museum cultivates educational displays highlighting the history of this idyllic little town, with a lot of memorabilia, photographs, and other artifacts. Tours and all kinds of organized events and programs are offered here too, including school and educational programs for kids and adults. The museum is located in the historic Academy Building, in a picturesque setting of an old town surrounded by trees. While visiting Henniker, also stop by the famous Rowell Covered Bridge, built in 1853.
Mount Kearsarge Indian Museum is approximately 20 minutes' drive away when you're camping at Mile-Away Campground. Here you can learn about the Native American way of living and history. The museum consists of indoor and outdoor exhibitions. Indoors, you will see artifacts and information about prehistoric and contemporary Native Americans from the whole continent. Outside, you will explore the Medicine Wood Trail, the Betsy Janeway Arboretum, and an open space dedicated to all kinds of activities, with a beautiful view of the Mink Hills.
The Pierce Manse is located in Concord. It was home to the 14th president of the United States, Franklin Pierce. Visit this beautiful historic home to learn about the history of the area, the president’s life, and so much more. Go back in time while reading old documents and seeing memorabilia and artifacts.