Seeing the Sights on a Shoestring: National Parks Passes
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Here in New Hampshire, all of the White Mountain National Forest Campgrounds honor the National Parks passes. This allows campers to camp for half price. In some places you may need reservations. Some of the campgrounds do not have showers, while some have many conveniences. Picnic tables are always provided, and water within walking distance.
Some places provide an evening program. Our favorite campgrounds are located along the Kancamaugus Highway.
Love Passaconaway campground on the Kanc.....we camped many years there with our children....now we usually go on the bearcamp river in ossipee kayaking but we still love the white mountains.. 1037 days ago
That looks like such a wonderful area! Around my area there are a lot of places to camp that are pretty cheap, and places to camp where there is nothing since I live on the edge of the forest. There are also some that are more highly developed. Every weekend I keep saying I'm going to throw my tent in my car and go camp for a night or two. We don't have any national parks close to where I live. But still lots of places to go have fun on a budget! 1038 days ago
Sadly at our age most of our camping days are behind us. But we have great memories of camping through the years. We have toyed around with maybe trying a cabin rental. The park our daughter, her husband and our 3 grandsons, go to, does have these cute little cabins. Maybe next year....