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Starting with a grant given by Colonial Governor Benning Wentworth, Tamworth was named in honor of Wentworth’s close personal friend back in 1766. Tamworth is one of the rare cities in the United States that was around before the country gained independence from the British Empire, a truly fascinating place to visit.
When you book an RV in Tamworth, you will find yourself in an idyllic New England community, with iconic colonial architecture, pleasant village atmosphere, and delightful landscapes. The four seasons are quite distinct, so any time of year presents different reasons for coming to town to rent an RV. Both Manchester to the south and Portland, Maine to the east are only an hour's drive from town, so the possibilities are endless when you hit the road and explore the northern states of New England. So, if you like historic buildings, beautiful fall foliage, and inviting vacation destinations, consider this sleepy New England town for your next trip.
People adore the state of New Hampshire and its woodsy, secluded feel, and despite its small size, there are vast tracts of land undisturbed by people as the state’s population is quite small. If you plan on spending most of your Tamworth camper rental trip in nature, you are in luck; there are so many places to choose from and visit. Without even leaving town, there are two fabulous outdoor areas to check out. Hemenway State Forest is a lovely forest with lots of hiking paths winding through the woods. There is a parking area and a large observation deck overlooking the mountains and trees, though there are no camping facilities inside.
White Lake State Park is a smaller park centered around White Lake, complete with lots of recreation activities. Part of the park is designated as a National Natural Landmark for old-growth pitch pine trees. You can swim in the lake, go fishing, canoe, kayak, hike, have a picnic, or even ice skate on the frigid pond in the wintertime. There are campsites available so you can opt to stay for a few nights in your Tamworth campervan rental. Ellacoya State Park can be found on the massive Lake Winnipesaukee south of Tamworth, a miniature park with incredible views of the water. The park is mostly used for its amazing beaches, with shower and changing facilities, a pavilion, and lots of space to suntan, read a book, swim, or paddle around in canoes, kayaks, or on paddleboards.
White Mountain National Forest is directly north of Tamworth, covering three-quarters of a million acres. The forest blankets the White Mountains, an extension of the Appalachian Mountains that stretch from Maine all the way down to Georgia. In fact, part of the 2,000-mile Appalachian Trail cuts through the forest, so long-distance backpackers and trekkers can do a portion of the trail, or more depending on how adventurous they are feeling. Enjoy panoramic views from high atop the mountain peaks, or go skiing and snowboarding in the wintertime at some of the area’s resorts. You can find a few solid campground options when you bring your Tamworth motorhome rental for a trip to the state’s lone national forest.
You won't need to stray too far from town to find a campground for your Tamworth motorhome rental. White Lake State Park is one of the places you can make your home base during your stay in Tamworth, and it is located in town close to local shops and eateries. Here you can hike, fish, swim, kayak, and be close to nature.
Chocorua KOA is a short drive east of Tamworth and has shared kitchens, pavilions, fishing docks, boat rentals, pet parks, and a pool on-site. Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort has a camp store, sports courts for outdoor recreation, and a swimming pool. You can fish or swim in the lake, hike, or take part in campground activities.
Wondering what to do when you find yourself in town? Fortunately, there is more to Tamworth than elegant New England-style buildings and old churches built over 300 years ago. This small town has several breweries, distilleries, and taverns found on nearly every street. Enjoying the delightful fall foliage while sipping on locally made beers and spirits is one of the best ways to capitalize on your visit to the northeast.
The Barnstormers Theatre is a small summer theater and historical landmark showcasing local talent in a variety of ways, including concerts, theatrical productions, comedy shows, operas, musicals, and more. The building may be small, but this intimate space is a fantastic place to get front row seats to nationally recognized music acts and Broadway plays.