|New England Campgrounds & Campsites|
|National & state forests and parks have 100s of campsites from primitive to comfortable. Hundreds more private campgrounds make camping New England easy.|
Each New England state has both public campgrounds in state parks and forests, and private for-profit campgrounds. Here are tips on camping in New England.
Whenever you enjoy New England's forests, meadows and fields, be aware of tick-borne illness. More...
The Association publishes a directory listing the locations and facilities of its member campgrounds. You can order a printed copy, or download a PDF version online. More...
Blackwoods Campground (306 campsites) and Seawall Campground (214 campsites) have basic facilities within the park. Several private campgrounds are outside the camp boundaries on Mount Desert Island.
The Bureau operates a dozen state-park campgrounds around the State of Maine, from Bradbury Mountain and Sebago Lake in the south to Aroostook far in the north. More...
The Department oversees 26 state-park and forest campgrounds all over Massachusetts, including the Berkshire Hills and Cape Cod—and even Boston. More...
New Hampshire has 19 state parks, detailed on the Division's useful website. More...
There are five state parks with campgrounds. Some have facilities, including hook-ups, for campervans, trailer campers, and motorhomes. More...
Association members operate nine campgrounds around the state. More...
The Green Mountain National Forest is divided into a North Half and a South Half, both of which have camping possibilities, and also cabins to rent.
Vermont State Parks operates nearly 50 campgrounds around the state, including developed sites for RVs, tent sites, remote campsites with limited facilities, and primitive sites with no facilities. They also rent cabins and cottages. More...
Representing over 100 campgrounds all around Vermont, the Association's website is the place to start to find a private campground in the state. More...
—by Tom Brosnahan