Nestled in the Baker River Valley at the base of the White Mountains, the Pine Haven Campground sprawls across 3,000 feet of river frontage. It first opened to campers in 1963 and has been a family-friendly destination for RVers wanting to explore New Hampshire’s natural wonders ever since. Camping at Pine Haven Campground offers well-spaced sites that can accommodate RVs up to 44 feet in length in a quiet and friendly atmosphere. Large and spacious, they provide water, electric, and sewer hookups, as well as picnic tables and fire rings. Most RV sites also have Wi-Fi and cable TV connections, with access to restrooms and showers. There are a heated swimming pool and basketball court to keep young visitors entertained, as well as three children’s playgrounds and a softball field. You can also enjoy a refreshing swim in the clean waters of the Baker River or take advantage of the freshwater fishing. Pine Haven Campground also has an on-site laundry facility where you can catch up on your washing, not to mention a pedal go-kart track and rentals.
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Camp in an RV near Wentworth and head into the White Mountain National Forest, which sprawls across more than 750,000 acres to the north of Pine Haven Campground. It’s traversed by around 100 miles of the Appalachian Trail, as well as various scenic driving routes that include the White Mountain Trail and the Kancamagus Scenic Byway. If you’re a peak bagger, the White Mountain National Forest is home to many of New Hampshire’s 4,000-foot peaks, including the highest peak in the northeastern United States, Mt. Washington. You can access its 6,288-foot summit along the historic Mt. Washington Cog Railway or on foot along the 4.1-mile Tuckerman Ravine Trail. If you’re traveling with kids, head to the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves, a spectacular landscape in Kinsman Notch that has been carved over thousands of years by wind and water. There are various boardwalks and hiking trails to explore, including the easy Kinsman Notch Ecology Trail and the Nature Garden Walk, with interpretive signs that offer fun facts about the area’s natural history. You can try your luck panning for gemstones or fossils at the Lost River Mining Sluice, then embark on a guided lantern tour after dark. If you’re RV camping at Pine Haven Campground, make the short drive south to the Sculptured Rocks Natural Area, which encompasses 272 acres in Groton. It centers around a series of narrow, sharply carved rock formations known as the Sculptured Rocks along the Cockermouth River, which is the longest tributary of Newfound Lake. Photograph the curious shapes and natural potholes that have been carved into the bedroom or take a refreshing dip in the swimming hole.
When you camp in a motorhome near Wentworth, you can can pick up groceries in the nearby town of Plymouth where you’ll also find a number of gas stations for filling up your RV rental. There are a handful of cafes, grills, and bistros where you can dine out, as well as the performing arts theater known as The Flying Monkey. If you’re interested in the local history, pay a visit to the Museum of the White Mountains, which is run by the Plymouth State University. It details the region’s cultural heritage and environmental legacy through old photographs, artifacts, and artwork gifted by local residents. Pine Haven Campground can also be used as a base for visiting Lebanon, which is a 45-minute drive to the southwest. Art enthusiasts shouldn’t miss a visit to the Alliance for the Visual Arts Gallery and Art Center where rotating exhibitions are housed within a former clothing factory. Attend one of the art studio classes that are held here (for both adults and kids) or attend a performance at the Lebanon Opera House. A short drive east of Lebanon takes you to the Enfield Shaker Museum, which is situated on the site of a village inhabited by the Shakers between 1793 and 1923. Embark on a self-guided walking tour to explore its eight original buildings, including the Great Stone Dwelling that was once the largest residential building north of Boston. It’s here that you’ll find exhibitions detailing the lifestyle and religious beliefs of the Shakers, as well as a gift shop selling related books and souvenirs. Whether you want to get active in the White Mountain National Forest or discover its history in the museums of Plymouth, book an RV in Grafton County and start planning your next New Hampshire adventure.