Grafton County Campground

Find Grafton County New Hampshire campgrounds. Campgrounds provide information about camping, tent camping, ReserveAmerica, KOA, RV resorts, campsites, and cabins.


100 Acre Woods Campground 825 Whitefield Road Whitefield NH 03598 603-444-8944


Ames Brook Campground 104 Winona Road Ashland NH 03217 603-968-7998

Backwoods Family Campground 470 Rumney Route 25 Rumney NH 03266 603-786-7433

Baker River Campground Campground Road Rumney NH 03266 603-786-9707

Bethel Woods Campground 245 U.s. 3 Holderness NH 03245 603-279-6266

Bethlehem Apple Hill Campground 647 Maple Street Bethlehem NH 03574 603-869-2238

Branch Brook Campground Branch Brook Road Campton NH 03223 603-726-7001

Broken Branch KOA Campground 1000 Eastside Road Thornton NH 03285 603-745-8008

Burns Lake Campground 3598 Whitefield Road Bethlehem NH 03574 603-837-9037

Canaan Rivers Edge Campground 500 New Hampshire 118 Canaan NH 03741 603-523-8301

Country Bumpkins Campground 218 U.s. 3 Lincoln NH 03251 603-745-8837

Davidsons Countryside Campground 100 Schofield Road Bristol NH 03222 603-744-2403

Franconia Lafayette Campground Daniel Webster Hwy Lincoln NH 03251 603-823-9513

Fransted Campground 974 Profile Road Franconia NH 03580 603-823-5675

Grafton Pond Campground 437 Oak Hill Road Enfield NH 03748 603-632-5891

Jacobs Brook Campground High Bridge Road Orford NH 03777 603-353-9210

Littleton Crazy Horse Campground 788 Hilltop Road Littleton NH 03561 603-444-2204

Littleton Lisbon KOA Campground 2154 U.s. 302 Lisbon NH 03585 603-838-5525

Lost River Valley Campground 3262 Lost River Road Woodstock NH 03262 603-745-8321

Maple Haven Campground 109 Lost River Road Woodstock NH 03262 800-221-3350

About Campgrounds

Are reservations required for Campgrounds?

For RV Parks, reservations are usually required. Other Campgrounds may accept reservations without requiring them. Many Campgrounds designate a portion of their campsites as first come first serve.

Do all Campgrounds charge fees?

There are some free Campgrounds within national or state parks and forests. Other public Campgrounds charge fees for part of the year, but allow free camping during seasons when visitation numbers are lower.

Are pets allowed at Campgrounds?

Each Campground has its own rules regarding pets. Even in cases where pets are permitted, they are usually required to be leashed or under the owner's control at all times. Keeping pets on a leash minimizes unwanted interactions with wildlife, transmission of diseases, and disruption to other campers.