Carroll County Campground

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

A Better Life Cabins & Campground 1255 U.s. 302 Bartlett NH 03812 603-374-6333

Adventurers Campground 12 Gile Road Ossipee NH 03864 603-539-6704

Bearcamp River Campground 330 Newman Drew Road West Ossipee NH 03890 603-539-4898

Bears Pine Woods Campground 65 Barrett Place Moultonborough NH 03254 603-253-6251

Beaver Hollow Campground 700 New Hampshire 16 Ossipee NH 03864 603-539-4800

Center Ossipee Terrace Pines Campground 70 Moultonville Road Center Ossipee NH 03814 603-539-6210

Chocorua KOA Campground 893 White Mountain Highway Tamworth NH 03886 603-323-8536

Conway Blackberry Crossing Campground 33 Kancamagus Highway Conway NH 03818 888-271-2681

Conway Cove Campground Stark Road Conway NH 03818 603-447-6734

Conway Covered Bridge Campground Passaconaway Road Conway NH 03860

Crawford Notch General Store & Campground 1138 U.s. 302 Hart's Location NH 03812 603-374-2779

Danforth Bay Campground 196 Shawtown Road Freedom NH 03836 603-539-2069

Davies Family Campground 2460 New Hampshire 16 Albany NH 03818 603-447-1092

Deer Cap Campground 3814 New Hampshire 16 Ossipee NH 03814 603-539-6030

Dry River Campground 2057 U.s. 302 Conway NH 03860 603-374-2272

Eastern Slope Campground 584 White Mountain Highway Conway NH 03860 603-447-5092

Freedom Wabanaki Campground Ossipee Lake Road Freedom NH 03836 603-539-6685

Green Meadow Campground Green Meadow Campground Road Intervale NH 03845 603-383-6801

Jigger Johnson Campground North Road Conway NH 03818 603-447-5448

Long Island Bridge Campground 29 Long Island Road Moultonborough NH 03254 603-253-6053

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.