NH’s Lakes Region has the Perfect Spot for Outdoor Fun

Every once in a while your backyard just doesn’t cut it and it’s time to take your camping adventure to the Lakes Region. The Lakes Region has everything you are looking for, from amazing mountain views to scenic locations overlooking beautiful lakes or ponds. New Hampshire is a camper’s paradise, whether you are looking to tent, park your RV or find a rustic cabin rental, the Lakes Region Tourism Association offers free guides and information. Don’t have a tent or an RV? Don’t worry, many of our members offer rental campers, cabins or tents. It is a great way to try out camping before buying a bunch of equipment.

To view the Lakes Region Tourism Association Camping, RVing and Cottage members, visit www.lakesregion.org/stay.

Nothing ends a full day of outdoor adventure like relaxing in front of a fire, toasting marshmallows and enjoying the beautiful scenery. The Lakes Region has plenty of outdoor adventures to complete your camping experience. With beaches made for swimming, beautiful scenic mountains for hiking and refreshing lakes for fishing, your camping experience will be one that is unforgettable. The NH Lakes Region is famous for an abundance of family-friendly parks and campgrounds.  Once you’ve decided where to stay, you’ll find plenty to do every day with outdoor adventures like ziplining, hiking or biking.

There’s nothing like waking up to the crisp fresh morning air and taking in the natural surroundings of one of the most beautiful spots in New England.  So pack up the kids and make your way to New Hampshire for your next camping adventure.

The Lakes Region Tourism Association is the official tourism board of the region, representing close to 100 communities, 273 lakes and ponds, and more than 400 businesses in central New Hampshire, including area attractions, restaurants, retail establishments and accommodations. For more information or visitors’ guides, visit LakesRegion.org, facebook.com/NHLakesRegion or follow on Twitter. For more information about New Hampshire, go to www.visitnh.gov. The LRTA office is located just off exit 20 on I-93, Route 3 in Tilton, NH and can be reached by calling (800) 60-LAKES.