New Hampshire Website Promotes Private Parks

August 4, 2009 by   - () Comments Off on New Hampshire Website Promotes Private Parks

The New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development has launched a new landing page,, that enables visitors to easily plan their next New Hampshire camping adventure, which includes the state’s privately owned RV parks and campgrounds, according to Foster’s Daily Democrat, Concord, N.H. 

The centrally located information will add value and convenience for the camper to and within New Hampshire, sponsors say. 

“From oceanside RV campgrounds and full-service sites with river or mountain views to yurts in the Great North Woods, New Hampshire offers everything campers need or want in their outdoor adventure experience,” said Alice DeSouza, director of travel and tourism development. 

Some of the features and links include: 

  •  A comprehensive and updated map that includes state park campgrounds, New Hampshire Campground Owners’ Association (NHCOA) affiliated campgrounds and National Forest campgrounds. 
  •  Campgrounds by region — Great North Woods, 11 campgrounds; White Mountains, 61 campgrounds; Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee: 11 campgrounds; Lakes Region, 42 campgrounds; Seacoast, 21 campgrounds; Merrimack Valley, 17 campgrounds; and Monadnock Region, 12 campgrounds. 
  •  Camping Safety tips. 
  •  Weather and road conditions. 
  •  Fish and game information. 

    “We are delighted to kick off this new initiative in partnership with New Hampshire Parks and the New Hampshire Campground Owners’ Association to help campers have access to all the information they need, in one easy-to-use location,” added DeSouza.

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