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New England is home to vast state parks, stunning fall foliage, and cozy communities. If you find yourself in New Hampshire for your RV camping excursion, why not check out Pisgah State Park? It’s located just an hour and a half west of Concord, half an hour from Brattleboro, VT, and an hour and a half north of Worcester, MA.
Pisgah State Park is one of the largest state parks in New Hampshire, with nearly 21 square miles of woodlands, ponds, and hiking trails. The Ashuelot River runs through the park and is a great spot for wildlife viewing and fishing.
The landscape and biodiversity are part of an experience that you’ll remember for years to come. Hike trails, swim, fish, or ride your ATV around the park. Whatever way you like to enjoy nature, Pisgah State Park has you covered. Rent an RV in Cheshire County to get started.
During the spring and summer months, make sure to bring your swimwear. Pisgah State Park has seven protected ponds, a complete watershed, and numerous wetlands. Most bodies of water will freeze over in the winter, but no need to fret! Ice fishing and ice skating are popular activities for New Hampshire campers. But when it’s warm, take a dip in the pristine ponds and admire all the scenic beauty Cheshire County has to offer.
There are six trails for hikers to enjoy in the park. The trails vary in length and wander through woodlands. If you happen to be hiking during the autumn months, New Hampshire is famous for the changing of its leaves. Watch the trees erupt with bright reds and warm oranges for as far as you can see.
Also, depending on the season, you can bring your ATV or snowmobile and hit the trails that way. If it’s mud or summer season, you can tear up the trails in your four-wheeler. If there's snow on the ground, pull out the snowmobile. Make sure to read up on rules and regulations for both the park and the state regarding motorized vehicles.
The park itself has no campsites available, but you can still camp in an RV near Pisgah State Park in the campgrounds located throughout Cheshire County. Just outside the southern edge of the park is Hinsdale RV Resort and Campground. This full-service park provides water and electrical hookups with 20, 30, and 50-amp service. Some sites can accommodate RV rentals up to 60 feet in length, and all sites come equipped with fire rings and picnic tables. Amenities include two swimming pools, restrooms, a visitors' center, laundry machines, and a multi-use pavilion.
Another campground where you can park your RV rental near Pisgah State Park is Ashuelot River Campground. All sites have 30 and 50-amp electric and water hookups, while others also provide sewer hookups. Pull-through sites are available as well as back-in sites. The park has its own Wi-Fi so you can stay connected to friends and family. The park also provides dump stations, a game room, restrooms, and a camp store which sells firewood and ice.
Only an hour and a half east of the park, you’ll find the state capital, Concord, home to a lovely, red-brick downtown area full of local shops and restaurants. Go see a concert or play at the Capitol Center for the Performing Arts on South Main Street or play a round of golf at the Beaver Meadow Golf Course. If you happen to be camping near Pisgah State Park in June, Concord shuts down its main street in the city center for the annual Market Square Days, a big festival with street vendors, food trucks, music, and other family-friendly events.
A short 30-minute drive west of the park is the fascinating town of Brattleboro, VT. There, you'll find a really cool distillery, tons of great shops, and some pretty fantastic restaurants. Take a tour of the local distilleries and see how your favorite spirits are made. Have that same spirit in a cocktail at the fine dining restaurant down the road, then dance the night away at one of the city's music venues.
If you're looking for classic New England style old-town vibes, head over to Warwick, MA. Old stone walls, miller sites, local artisans and businesses — this town has it all. And if you're up to it, Warwick also boasts one of the first ever nationally established skydiving businesses. Go antique shopping, buy some local art, or jump out of a plane. Whatever floats your boat, Warwick is the place for it.
There are plenty of cities and towns nearby where Cheshire County campers can fill up their gas tanks and get some yummy food before getting back on the road. I-91 is just west of the park and will take you north along the Vermont/New Hampshire border, or south towards Massachusetts and Connecticut.