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Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Big Rock Campground
This campground is named after one of the many large boulders dropped from the glaciers that shaped this region. Big Rock Campground has wooded campsites and is a short distance from a number of nearby attractions including Otter Rocks, the Lincoln Woods Visitor Center, or many popular hiking trails along the Kancamagus Highway.
Access
Drive In, Walk In
Price
$22.00 - $27.00
Operator
National Forest
Features
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Big Rock Campground is located in White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire
Latitude
44.049 N
Longitude
-71.561 W
Get Directions
Directions
Located on NH Route 112 (Kancamagus Highway), 6 miles east of Lincoln, NH.
2 Reviews of Big Rock Campground
Learning field hockey & camping with daughter

Nice campsite downstairs and then flat. Plenty of room. Used it for daughter to teach me field hockey. In sept. Got a little cold at night but had plenty to cover up with. Make sure have some dry wood & fire starter help to keep that fire going for s’mores, but we still did some. Only if don’t mind very minimal outhouse type bathroom. Only 1 night while we went to Highland games at loon mountain practically next door the next day. Ate at Chinese food place up the street and went shopping too.

First to Review
WMNF rustic campground on the Kanc

There are 2 Big Rock Campgrounds in NH and they are very different! This is not the resort campground convenient to ATV trails, but a rustic campground offering large, level, wooded sites along the Kancamagus Highway just 2 miles east of the Lincoln Woods Visitor Center. It's a great location for exploring the sites and beautiful vistas along the Kancamagus, easy access to Franconia Notch and Lincoln, NH. Lincoln also offers a grocery store, restaurants, stores selling outdoor gear, moose tours, and adventure tours (zip/climbing).

Some of the sites are tent only, with parking separated from the tent pad/fire ring/picnic table. Others are large and level with ample space for RVs. You'll get some traffic noise, but there's less here than at places along 3 & 93.

There are no reservations; all sites are first-come, first serve and it's open from mid-May to mid-October. Bring cash or a check to pay for your campsite. It's self-service with an iron ranger. Fee (2018) is $22, an extra $5 for a second car.

Water is available. There are vault toilets and no showers. No cell phone service.