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Old 03-22-2014, 05:15 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the warm and freindly welcomes. WQe live in Brookline NH. Got a question for Swanzey and Canterbury members...What is your favorite campground in NH or Maine? Just curious. Thanks again!!
My favorite is Ramblewoods in Pittsburg. Can't beat the view.
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Old 03-22-2014, 05:23 PM   #12
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We normally go to the State Parks or National Forest campgrounds.
I like the Hancock CG on the Kangcamagus near Lincoln. Zealand and the 2 Sugarloaf's near Twin Mtn. We've stayed at Dolly Copp on rte. 16 near Mt Washington. To be fair this is our first TT and all of our camping has been tent or in the back of our old Landcruiser. So we prefer rustic camping.
Welcome to the forum! I grew up in Hollis but haven't been over that way in years.

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Old 03-22-2014, 06:18 PM   #13
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Try mi-te-joe campground in milton, nh. Just off rte 16 on rte 125

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Old 03-22-2014, 10:01 PM   #14
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Thanks again for the welcomes and suggestions on the campgrounds. We have been camping in our Jayco TT, but have sold it to our daughter, and are moving on to a fifth wheel now. We have four grown children and 5 grandchildren and have loved camping four the past 5 years at Flat Rock Bridge Family Campground in Lebanon, ME. There is so much to do there, for all ages, including tubing around the perimeter of the campground down the Salmon Falls River.
We've also enjoyed camping at Wild Acres in Old Orchard Beach, ME. You can walk to the beach through the gate at the rear of the campground.
These are nice , but we want to explore other campgrounds as well.
Thanks again, Dave

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