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Best Tent Sites Near Bradford, NH (27)

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    Greenfield State Park Campground

    19 Reviews
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    90 Saves
    Bennington, New Hampshire

    Welcome to Greenfield State Park Campground, nestled in the charming town of Greenfield, NH. This spot is a favorite for many, and it's easy to see why. The campground operates from May 22 to October 12, offering a perfect escape during the warmer months.

    One of the standout features here is the spacious and private campsites. Visitors often rave about the large, wooded sites that provide a sense of seclusion and tranquility. Whether you're pitching a tent or parking an RV, you'll find plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the natural surroundings.

    For those who love a good campfire, you'll be pleased to know that fires are allowed, and firewood is available for purchase on-site. There's also a handy little store at the ranger office stocked with basic supplies, gifts, and even ice cream. And if you're bringing along your furry friend, pets are welcome too.

    The campground boasts clean and well-maintained facilities, including showers and toilets. Showers are free and offer the luxury of adjustable temperatures without the hassle of push buttons. Water spigots are conveniently located throughout the campground, and there's a sanitary dump station for RVs.

    Nature lovers will appreciate the hiking trails that weave through the park, though it's wise to keep an eye out for ticks. The lake is another highlight, perfect for a refreshing swim or a peaceful paddle. The sunsets over the water are simply stunning, making it a great spot for kayaking or just relaxing by the shore.

    Greenfield State Park Campground is a fantastic place to unwind, explore, and reconnect with nature. Whether you're here for a night or a week, you're sure to leave with some great memories. Just remember to keep it clean and respect the quiet hours, and you'll have a wonderful stay.

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    Lost Boys Hideout

    3 Reviews
    21 Photos
    77 Saves
    Weare, New Hampshire

      Platform and Back-country Sites are available. Sunset Ridge is hammock preferred and small tent friendly, however Only the signature site has a provided tent and stove ( this listing is for weekday rentals only) … see our separate listing for the signature Lost Boys Hideout Rock'n Summer for weekend rentals of the campsite {which does have pictures here on this page).   Different sites have different parking areas and different levels of access ease. Sunset Ridge is the most difficult, think rural and rugged. While the Hideout, our main signature site, is the easiest and has the most amenities. Sleepy Hollow is the middle ground to walk in, with provided summer tents & some comforts, but is closest to the local public road.   This is your perfect escape to the woods with a private seasonal pond and plenty of marked private hiking trails. A short drive down to the beach and a full-service boat ramp for Horace Lake, so bring your boat, water skis and ice fishing gear! You can rent our canoes for Horace Lake or Turkey Pond for great fishing. Don't forget your mountain bike for trails or area specialty adventure centers. Off site ATV trails, snowmobile trails, and other seasonal adventure locations are within easy reach. Be at peace and stay by the campfire soaking in calm with nature surrounding you.   I'll have some fresh drinking water ready for you. We are excited to meet you! One night stays will be considered on a case-by-case basis- don't hesitate to ask! If we don't have a prior multi-day reservation one week ahead of time, we will do our best to accommodate you! Lots of extras available for rent for those folks who are not stocked up on camping gear. Bedding, tents, cooking gear, gas stove top, etc etc!

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    $49 - $149 / night

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    Edward MacDowell Lake Day Use Facilities

    1 Review
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    2 Saves
    Edward MacDowell Lake, New Hampshire

    Overview

    Edward MacDowell Lake is situated in a quiet corner of the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire.

    This day-use area lies just off State Route 101 on the shores of the picturesque lake named after the famous composer and concert pianist, Edward Alexander MacDowell.

    Natural Features:

    The 165-acre lake is surrounded by densely forested rolling hills. Shady pine, birch, poplar, maple, oak, beech, hemlock and alder trees cover the area.

    Wildlife is abundant in and around the park. White-tailed deer, moose, beaver, fisher, muskrat, otter and many other mammals make their homes around the lake. Birders may observe many species including osprey, hawks, owls, great blue herons, woodpeckers, waterfowl and songbirds.

    Recreation:

    Visitors can spend days kayaking and canoeing on the scenic lake, and a boat ramp is provided for easy lake access.

    Fishing is also a popular activity. Largemouth bass, pickerel, perch and horned pout are all found in abundance.

    Several hiking trails link up around the lake as well, including the West Ridge Trail, which runs along the entire western edge of the lake and up through the surrounding wetlands.

    Younger visitors enjoy the parks Junior Ranger Program, which focuses on the surrounding forest, its wildlife and waterways and protecting the environment. Kids ages six through 12 become honorary park rangers upon completion and receive a patch and certificate.

    Facilities:

    This year-round park is open from sunrise to sunset. It offers two day-use picnic shelters, perfect for large parties or family functions. Flush toilets, drinking water, picnic tables and grills are provided.

    A swim beach, playground, horseshoe pits and volleyball court offer additional recreation opportunities.

    Nearby Attractions:

    Educational programs are offered by park rangers, and the nearby ranger station contains interpretive exhibits.

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    Camper-submitted photo from Tully Lake Recreation Area (MA) — Tully Lake
    Camper-submitted photo from Tully Lake Recreation Area (MA) — Tully Lake
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    Tully Lake Recreation Area (MA) — Tully Lake

    9 Reviews
    90 Photos
    Royalston, Massachusetts

    Overview

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to come relax at Tully Lake. There are a variety of outdoor recreation activities for you and you family. Although the dam was built primarily to reduce flood damages on the Millers and Connecticut Rivers, the 1,300-acre reservoir area provides a place for you to get away from it all and connect with nature.

    Recreation

    Tully Lake offers many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Activities in and around the lake include mountain biking, camping, disc golf, hiking, picnicking, boating, and fishing and hunting in the appropriate seasons.

    Facilities

    The Tully Lake Pavilion is located in the recreation area and offers picnic tables and grills. Maximum group size is 50 people with parking for 25 passenger vehicles at the upper gravel lot. The recreation area has a small playground for young children, volleyball court, and a horseshoe pit. Bathrooms are provided, but there is no running water.

    Natural Features

    The 1,262-acre Tully Lake property is managed to sustain a healthy ecosystem for future generations. The thriving biodiversity of the Tully River Valley and the interconnections of our forests, wetlands, waters, and wildlife are valued and managed for the long term. Tully Lake is home to a wide variety of wildlife, from tiny insects and song birds, to large mammals such as deer and moose. Fifty-five percent of the reservoir area is wetlands, providing habitat for fish, waterfowl, song birds, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals such as beaver, mink and otter. The rest of the property provides habitat for upland species such as deer, coyote, fisher, owl, fox, raccoon, skunk, porcupine, rabbit, and squirrel. The forest within Tully Dam's reservoir area is composed primarily of white pine, providing habitat for owls and woodpeckers, red-tailed hawks, and white-tailed deer.

    Nearby Attractions

    When visiting Tully Lake there are several opportunities for visitors to explore in the surrounding area. At the north end of the lake there is a tent only campground run by the Trustees of the Reservations which provides a perfect launching point to enjoy the outdoor attractions nearby. Ten miles away is the Birch Hill Dam, another Army Corps project that provides miles of trails and river to explore. The Quabbin Reservoir is also within a short ten mile drive of Tully Lake and serves the city of Boston as its water supply. The Quabbin is a unique area; there were four towns flooded to create it, and it has some of the most interesting blends of human and natural history in the region.

    Charges & Cancellations

    Please review the cancellation and refund policy at the bottom of the webpage. In general, we will require at least two weeks prior to your reservation to consider a request.

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    $40 / night

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      Baker Rocks

      3 Reviews
      30 Photos
      48 Saves
      Rumney, New Hampshire

      Baker Rocks is a boutique nature experience nestled between New Hampshire's Lakes and White Mountains Region. Located along 3,000 feet of the Baker River and across from well-known Rumney Rocks climbing area, we offer unique accommodations, event spaces, store, and farm stand. In addition we provide such amenities as a nature-based playground, CrossFit and yoga space, private trails, and river/beach access.

      We encourage you to view our site, at Baker Rocks, for additional information and booking options.

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      $60 - $325 / night

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      Stoughton Pond Rec Area

      2 Reviews
      7 Photos
      4 Saves
      Ascutney, Vermont

      Overview

      Stoughton Pond Recreation Area is a day use area located to the north of North Springfield Lake. Stoughton Pond is located off State Route 106 on Stoughton Pond Road in Perkinsville, Vermont.

      Recreation

      Stoughton Pond Recreation Area offers plenty of activities for visitors of all ages. Many people enjoy canoeing, kayaking, boating and fishing. The state of Vermont Department of Fish and Game annually stock the pond with rainbow trout, and the pond also offers excellent bass fishing. A boat ramp is available, located off Plains Road. An interpretive trail winds along the side of the pond. Hikers are treated to views of wetlands and uplands, both with a wide diversity of natural habitats. A multi-use trail system is located at the main reservoir, North Springfield Lake.

      Facilities

      Stoughton Pond Recreation Area offers a group picnic shelter with tables and a large grill. Ten family picnic sites are also available on a first-come, first-served basis. Flush toilets, change house and drinking water are available on site. Amenities at this family-friendly park include a swimming area with a great beach, grassy areas for sun bathing and a boat ramp for small boats, canoes and kayaks. The park is staffed by uniformed park rangers who offer special programs on a variety of nature topics throughout the season.

      Natural Features

      Stoughton Pond is situated among rolling hills on the North Branch of the Black River. Open lawns cover the park, with hardwood and softwood trees offering areas of shade and wildlife habitat.

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      • Picnic Table
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      $65 / night

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      AAC Rattlesnake Campground

      2 Reviews
      5 Photos
      23 Saves
      Rumney, New Hampshire
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      $12 - $33 / night

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      Moose Mountain Backcountry Shelter on the AT — Appalachian National Scenic Trail

      1 Review
      8 Photos
      4 Saves
      Etna, New Hampshire

      ​This 'Adirondack' style shelter sits atop the ridge of Moose Mountain off a loop trail from the Moose Mountain Trail (Appalachain Trail). This shelter was built by the Dartmouth Outing Club entirely by hand -using no power tools. It replaced the previous existing shelter located on the old Clark Pond Loop Trail. The shelter accomodates 8. A privy and 2 tent platforms are on separate side paths off the loop trail. Marginal water is nearby.

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