Experience an RV Tour in the Mountains of Maine and New Hampshire

Picture of Grafton Notch State Park in Maine

Grafton Notch State Park in Maine

Driving through Maine and experiencing the rugged beauty of this part of New England can never grow old. Maine’s mountains and forests are spectacular and the scenery stunning. Taking an RV all the way from Portland, Maine, up to Gorham, New Hampshire and then on to Mt. Washington is a vacation nobody should pass up.

Before venturing into the wilderness, enjoy Portland, Maine for a while. This is a coastal city with activities for the whole family. The Old Port district is a great place to view what this city was like in the 19th century, with its fishing piers, brick structures and cobblestone streets. During the day you can take a cruise on Casco Bay then in the evening have a delicious seafood dinner. You can stay at the Pinehirst RV Resort and Campgrounds, situated in the woods and not far from Portland.

Next stop is the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, a fascinating Shaker community dating back more than two centuries. This is the last Shaker community in existence so a real must to see. They have an apple orchard, gardens where they grow vegetables and herbs, as well as a tree farm. See their sheep and other livestock and watch basket weaving and printing in old-fashioned ways.

Further along you will come to South Paris, Maine where there is a lovely public garden you will love, if you love flowers. McLaughlin Garden displays iris, day lilies, lilacs and much more. The surrounding area provides all sorts of outdoor fun. Try getting out in the woods for some hiking and stretch those muscles. Norway Lake is not far away and offers plenty of fishing and swimming. You can sail the waters and soak up some of that Maine sunshine.

As you make your way to Bethel, and then Grafton Notch State Park you’ll see more of this incredible state and the peaks and gorges. You will be within the Mahoosuc Range and ready to find more recreational activities. You can navigate part of the Appalachian Trail or take any one of the other trails in this region. Walk short paths to waterfalls or drive the Grafton Notch Scenic Byway for more breathtaking scenery.

Eventually you will enter New Hampshire, but don’t think you have strayed from your original purpose of visiting Maine’s mountains. Getting a taste of New Hampshire’s mountainous peaks is almost mandatory as long as you are here. From Gorham, New Hampshire, follow Highway 16 (Mt. Washington Road) South to Mt. Washington Auto Road and an eight-mile scenic drive like no other. You will arrive at the highest peak in Northeast America, Mt. Washington.

A scenic tour of these mountains of New England gives visitors a truly beautiful vacation getaway with tons to do outdoors. The whole family will be so glad they came on this RV excursion into Maine and New Hampshire.

Picture credits: The picture of Grafton Notch State park is from the Wikimedia Commons. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license.

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A Summer RV Trip along the Connecticut River Byway

Picture Along the Connecticut River Byway

Along the Connecticut River Byway near Mount Toby and Sunderland, MA

This summer take an RV trip along the Connecticut River Byway to experience the most powerful river trail through New England. You can get a full taste of the history, beauty and heritage of three states as you drive this most fascinating and inspiring route. Outdoor recreation is abundant, and the entire family will find activities and fun things to do along the way. Paddling, fishing, hiking and bird watching – whichever you prefer is available, and more.

Starting in Massachusetts and traveling up through Vermont and New Hampshire, this scenic drive will take approximately 14 hours, depending on how often and how long you stop. When you pass through this landscape of rich farms and historic villages, you get a different view of our heritage. Stop at the Mount Holyoke Range State Park and you can find what hikes are available by stopping in at Notch Visitor Center.

On Mount Holyoke, you should be sure to visit the Summit House which was once a luxurious hotel and is now part of J.A. Skinner State Park. The views from this spot will literally take your breath away. On a clear day you will be able to see all the way into New Hampshire and get a glimpse of Mount Greylock.

In Hadley, Massachusetts, stop in at the Hadley Farm Museum. Here you will discover an incredible collection of early farm vehicles and equipment, all housed in a barn built in 1782. Historic artifacts to see include butter churns, toys, cobbler benches and other furnishings. You will really be taking a step back in time.

If you are ready for some hiking, you can embark upon a portion of the Metacomet Monadnock Mattabesett Trail, a National Scenic Trail offering some outstanding scenery and plenty of other recreation as well. One part of the trail is great for those of all ages and is five miles long (the Route 77 to Route 17 section).

Coming upon quaint New England towns is all part of the adventure. Small communities show you a huge welcome, such as in Canaan, Vermont or other Vermont towns such as Littleton, Brattleboro or Vernon.

When traveling through Vermont, stop at one or more of the many state parks along the way. There is a long list of them. Recommended is Fort Dummer State Park in Brattleboro. This fort in the southern foothills of the beautiful Green Mountains was flooded in 1908 with the building of the dam on the river. It can be viewed from the vista from Sunrise Trail. Quechee State Park is also a place to stop and nearby you can visit the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site and the glass blowing mill and pottery shop. Both parks have campgrounds for RV motorhomes.

When in New Hampshire, find many wonderful places to stop with the family to take in the sights and sounds of New England. Small towns such as Pittsburg, New Hampshire, Bath, Woodsville and Hinsdale invite you into their locale so you can enjoy the hospitality and ambience. The North Woods is an intriguing place and one that provides a multitude of recreation opportunities. Of course, in the winter there is skiing and snow sports, but in summer there are just as many things to do, such as hiking, trout and salmon fishing and much more.

Your route is sure to take you by the Chesterfield Gorge Natural Area, thirteen acres of natural beauty. There are numerous hiking paths along the gorge and you can take some photos of the views. As you hike along through the gorge, notice how the brook flows from a rushing cascade to a gentle stream. It will finally merge with the Connecticut River farther downstream.

In Lancaster, New Hampshire, the John Wingate Weeks Historic Site gives you the opportunity to see a lodge that makes interior decorators melt with envy. Gorgeous picture windows, massive fireplaces of fieldstone! Climb the tower and view the countryside from the observation deck.

Naturally, you will want to get out into the forest and the best way to do that is to take to the trails. Natural wonders are abundant on the Connecticut River Birding Trail (PDF) with numerous stops along the Connecticut River to witness the many species of birds. The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is also nearby, a place where Native Americans made their way across the land in their birch-bark canoes. History runs deep here and the sights you see will remind you of that time and time again.

Picture credits: The picture of the Connecticut River Byway is by Christopher Curtis and is from the America’s Byways Website. It is in the public domain.

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A Scenic Fall RV Vacation in the White Mountains of New Hampshire

Picture of Fall Foliage in Jackson NH

Fall Foliage along the Ellis River in Jackson, NH in the White Mountains

Take your RV for an incredible vacation in the White Mountains. The White Mountain National Forest is a truly special place for a getaway from spring through the fall. You’ll find hiking trails, historic sites and camping as well as gorgeous scenery with especially wonderful fall colors. This National Forest contains more than 1,200 miles of trails for the adventures of a lifetime.

First you travel up Interstate 93 to Highway 3 to North Woodstock, New Hampshire. This is where you will start your RV trip. This is a scenic drive that simply must hold the top place on your list of all scenic drives in the U.S. When in North Woodstock you will want to visit the Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves. Follow the Lost River through the gorge, walk the boardwalks and explore the caves.

When you get to Clark’s Trading Post you will want to stop and see the Bear Show, enjoy the entertainment and browse all the souvenirs available to take home with you. You can let the kids take a ride on the White Mountain Central Railroad and travel through a wonderful covered bridge.

To really experience some amazing scenery, stop at Flume Gorge at the base of Mount Liberty. From the Flume Visitor’s Center you can walk a two-mile loop, but be ready for a lot of uphill walking and stairs. You are in the absolutely amazing Franconia Notch State Park. Here the colors of autumn are simply beautiful, and you’ll definitely want to capture some on camera. Don’t forget your camera gear when embarking on your White Mountains fall RV excursion!

Also in Franconia Notch State Park you can see the Old Man of the Mountain Basin Waterfall, where rock formations and small waterfalls will please and inspire. Then on to Twin Mountain for more hiking, biking or wildlife viewing! You may catch a glimpse of a moose. You will find RV camping in Twin Mountain, such as the Ammonoosuc Campground, with a number of RV sites to accommodate you.

Take a little side trip and experience the thrill of riding on the Mount Washington Cog Railway. Heading up to the top of the highest peak in the Northeast is an exhilarating time. This railway is open through the beginning of December. You can look out on all the fabulous autumn colors surrounding. This is quite an experience.

Other places of interest on your scenic drive include Crawford House Artist’s Studio and Bretton Woods. Crawford House was built in 1880 and deserves your attention to this historic site. In Bretton Woods you can stay a while and get out into the wilderness surrounding for some autumn fun.

Take a walk on the wild side in Crawford Notch State Park, with over 5000 acres of wilderness landscapes, with trees of golden orange and red. Go fishing, take some short hikes, or simply enjoy the views. After some time spent here, go to Attitash Mountain in Bartlett. If you are brave, you can tackle the Nor’Easter Mountain Coaster. You ride up the mountain calmly and come down the mountain on a thrilling ride with dips, curves and straight runs at the speed you control. This ride is open into December, so you have a chance to experience the thrills late into the season.

Another side trip you can take now is to Rocky Gorge Scenic Area, with a terrific 10-foot waterfall on the Swift River. Stop to admire the breathtaking beauty of this rocky gorge. Along the Kancamagus Highway you will find the Lower Falls, with a great picnic area where you can have your lunch.

Next move on to the Albany Covered Bridge spanning the Swift River. There are many covered bridges in White Mountains National Forest and this is one of the most beautiful. Although you have only seen a small part of these incredible White Mountains, you surely now have a concept of the true nature of this part of New Hampshire. There is more to see, so if you extend your vacation time, you can travel the byways of the park and marvel at more fall sights and have some more adventures.

Picture credits: The fall foliage picture is from the Travel New England photo gallery.

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Scenic Train Rides for New England Fall Foliage

One of the joys of RV travel is that you get to see a lot of the great outdoors – well, at least everyone but the driver, who is hopefully keeping their eyes on the road. So if you would like to get out from behind the wheel and let someone else do the driving, how about a scenic train ride.

Scenic trains are a wonderful way to see fall foliage in New England. Following is a list of the scenic train rides in New England:

Any of these would provide a fun and relaxing way to take in fall foliage in a very diverse set of environments. So get out from behind the wheel and let someone else drive…

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This blog post was provided by Travel New England. Be sure to check out their new New England Fall Foliage and New England Fall Foliage Drives sections.

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Northern New Hampshire Wilderness Adventure

Picture of a Great Blue Heron on the Connecticut Lakes, NH

Great Blue Heron – Connecticut Lakes

By Phoebe Backler

Has your wanderlust returned with the spring? Come to northern New Hampshire for a true wilderness adventure! Only 3 hours north of Boston along I-93, Coos County, NH boasts exquisite mountains and rivers and historic Grand Hotels. While you are in the area, don’t miss…

  • The Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT), a 740-mile, internationally recognized inland paddling trail which traces historic travel routes from New York to Maine. The Trail traverses Coos County on 3 distinctive and beautiful rivers: the Connecticut, the Upper Amonoosuc and the Androscoggin. NFCT’s Travel Itineraries and Vacation Packages highlight some of the best ways to explore the area’s waterways (by canoe, kayak, whitewater raft and pontoon boat) as well as the visitor services available in the area. Many of the campgrounds listed are set up for RV’s.
  • Before passing into Maine, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail crosses the Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, home to nesting bald eagles, loons and osprey. The refuge was ranked by the Boston Globe in 2009 as one of the top 10 paddling destinations in New England.
  • The Connecticut River Byway snakes along one of the region’s mighty rivers once used to drive logs south to paper mills. North of Colebrook, NH the byway is known as Moose’s Alley; a prime stretch for observing grazing moose.
  • If there are fishermen in your group, bring along a rod or two. The Connecticut Lakes are renowned for their landlocked salmon and lake trout. The Connecticut and Androscoggin rivers are also known far and wide by fishermen seeking wild brook, rainbow and brown trout.
  • Heading east along Route 26 you will pass more excellent moose sighting spots, lovely waterfalls and the dramatic cliffs of Dixville Notch. The Notch is home to the Balsams Grand Resort Hotel, built in 1866 in an era when visitors traveled to the region by train and horseback to enjoy its natural splendor in luxury. Residents of Dixville Notch still vote in the Balsams’ Ballot Room; the first site in the nation to report primary voting results in Presidential Elections.
  • Learn more about the region’s logging history in Berlin at the Northern Forest Heritage Park. This re-created, circa-1900 logging camp hosts several events including a Cultural Heritage Festival and River Day in June and a Lumberjack Competition and Festival in October. Narrated river boat trips on the Androscoggin River are operated seasonally.

Coos County’s spectacular wilderness adventures, quaint towns, and Grand Hotels are worthy of a visit from anywhere in the U.S.

About the Author
Phoebe Backler lives with her family in Milan, NH and has worked on economic development initiatives for the Northern Forest Canoe Trail since 2008.

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A Camping Vacation to New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest

Looking for a camper’s paradise this summer? Well how about checking out the White Mountain National Forest?

The White Mountain National Forest is located in northern New Hampshire with a little bit in western Maine, and is nearly 800,000 acres worth of outdoor fun. In the White Mountains National Forest you will find breathtaking scenery, majestic granite slopes, valleys, white pine, white birch and scarlet maple, ponds, rivers, streams, and a veritable plethora of things to do, including:

  • Birding in one of the 500 most important bird areas in the United States
  • Boating, canoeing, kayaking (it should be noted that power motors are not allowed on most bodies of water in the National Forest)
  • Climbing a great diversity of cliffs
  • Fishing for brook, brown, or rainbow trout
  • Hiking on over 1,200 miles of hiking trails, and yes, a significant portion of the Appalachian trail heads right through the rugged White Mountains
  • Horseback riding
  • Hunting for large game (black bear, moose, white-tailed deer), and small game (grouse, rabbits, and waterfowl)
  • Mineral collecting for amethyst, apatite, beryl, epidote, fluorite, garnet, smoky and clear quartz, and topaz
  • Mountain biking
  • Wildlife watching for bear, birds, deer, moose, and more

And if that is not enough, the region also offers:

There is so much more to do that we could fill volumes. Suffice it to say that there is enough to do in the White Mountains and the White Mountain National forest to keep you coming back year after year.

We should also note the some of the best fall foliage viewing on planet earth can be found here.Camping the White Mountain National Forest

For those of you who want to get right up into the forest, the US Forest service has 23 campgrounds and 3 group campgrounds as well as back country camping facilities in the White Mountain National Forest. For more on camping see the camping page of the National Forest website. There are also numerous private campgrounds through out the White Mountains.

The White Mountain National Forest is very popular and easily accessible to major cities in the northeast. So as the weather warms, head your car north into the White Mountains. You will be glad you did.

This article was provided to us by Travel New England. See their website for more New Hampshire Vacation ideas.

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A New England RV Vacation – It’s Not that Big, Move Around a Bit

For those of you not from New England, the first thing you need to realize is that the region is not very big. You can reasonably drive from one end of New England to another in less than a day. For example, a drive from Greenwich, CT to Bar Harbor, ME is slightly over 8 hours. From Providence, RI to Burlington, VT is slightly over 4 and half hours.

So when planning a New England RV vacation you might want to think about visiting many different places, especially if you are going to be there a while. It is not at all unreasonable to start your vacation visiting the Cape Cod National Seashore in Massachusetts and ending it up at Acadia National Park in Maine. As a matter of fact, that would make an excellent New England RV vacation.

Start your vacation at the Cape Cod National Seashore. While the National Sea Shore does not have camping right on the property, there are numerous Cape Cod campgrounds for you to choose from while visiting the Cape. Make sure to visit some of the Cape’s 14 lighthouses while there, including Nauset Light which is located in the National Seashore.

From Cape Cod head north and take in the Lakes Region in New Hampshire and then on up to the White Mountain National Forest. There are numerous New Hampshire campgrounds along the way to accommodate you while passing through these gorgeous regions of New Hampshire. The lakes region gives you endless opportunities for water sports, while the White Mountain National Forest introduces you to some tremendous mountain scenery. You may also want to visit White Mountain State Park perched on the summit of the Northeast’s highest peak – Mount Washington.

From New Hampshire head east into Maine to take in Acadia National Park, the northeast’s only National Park and the first National Park east of the Mississippi. Campgrounds exist in the park and near the park for your stay.

Along the way you will drive approximately 500 miles (without side trips), and you will have gone from sandy beach, marshes, and ponds to beautiful lakes, to breath taking mountain scenery, to Maine’s fabled rocky coast. You will probably want to take two weeks to do each region justice, but it can be done in less time.

This is but one example of the great RV vacation you can put together in New England visiting numerous locations. So get out a map, pick a bunch of destinations, and get going. You really will not have to drive that much…

This article was kindly provided to us by Travel New England.

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New Hampshire Seacoast RV Camping

It may seem premature, with the winter winds howling, to think about New Hampshire seacoast RV camping. The truth is, though, we’re already hearing from customers planning their RV trips to The Granite State. Most Atlantic coast campgrounds open May 15 in New Hampshire, and they fill up early. Read through the tips we’ve gathered for New Hampshire seacoast motorhome campers and then start planning your own trip soon.

New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region offers plenty of outdoor activity in a scenic summer setting – the kind of vacation families talk about for years. Just an hour north of Boston, New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region features RV campgrounds for every type traveler. Historic towns like Exeter, Portsmouth and Hampstead host well-run campgrounds you’ll want to return to every summer.

Imagine, for instance, camping at Wadleigh Falls Campground on the Lamprey River. Not only will the fishing fans in your group be thrilled, the rest of your tribe can swim, canoe and indulge in all sorts of planned outdoor activities at the campground.

Or you could spend your days along the Squamscott River at Great Bay Campground. Minutes from Hampton Beach State Park, we’re told this scenic campground near New Hampshire’s Great Bay is the perfect RV camping spot for saltwater fishing fans.

Another terrific way to spend time on your New Hampshire Seacoast RV vacation is at Hampton Beach, an area blessed with almost a dozen beaches, exciting entertainment venues and a rugged seaside state park. Whether you spend your days under a beach umbrella surrounded by white sand or exploring the natural wonders of Hampton Beach State Park, make it a “must do” on your New Hampshire itinerary.

And, by all means, travel north from Hampton Beach to the seaside town of Rye, surrounded by the beauty of Rye Harbor and Odiorne Point State Parks. Walk the rocky coastline at Odiorne Point and then stay to visit the Seacoast Science Center, where exhibits explore both history and science. While in Rye, be sure to stay at Shel-Al Campground; it’s been given high marks by RV campers.

Absorb the history of the region at such sites as Portsmouth’s Strawbery Banke living history museum and Portsmouth Lighthouse. RV travelers also tell us that the steamship tours offered from Portsmouth Harbor are top-notch.

It’s time to visit New Hampshire if you haven’t been, and the state’s Seacoast Region is a great place to start. You’ll find history, white sand beaches and picturesque state parks to explore. What better way to spend a little time relaxing this summer?

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America’s Stonehenge?

One of the things that can be fun about hitting the open road in an RV is the interesting and unique things that you can come across along the way. America’s Stonehenge would probably qualify as one of those “interesting and unique” attractions.

What on earth, you may ask, is America’s Stonehenge? Located in Salem New Hampshire, Americas Stonehenge is a series of rock structures scattered around 30 acres within Salem. First dubbed Mystery Hill in 1937, the site was renamed “America’s Stonehenge” in 1982. The site is considered to be the oldest, or one of the oldest, manmade structures in North America. It is thought to be at least 4,000 years old.

Many theories exist as to the origin of the structure. Some feel that the stones are aligned as an astronomical calendar similar to the true Stonehenge in England. Others feel that artifacts found on the site were actually assembled for a variety of reasons by local farmers in the 18th and 19th centuries. Still others feel that it was erected by early native Americans. Whatever the origin, America’s Stonehenge makes for a unique attraction should your travels take you anywhere near Salem, New Hampshire.

The site has an Alpaca farm and snowshoeing trails for use during the winter.

This blog post was kindly provided to us by Travel New England. For more interesting New England travel ideas see their New England Travel Blog and their New England Travel Photos Gallery.

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New England Fall Foliage RV Road Trip!

Every year at this time, I start hearing people say “I wish I could take one more road trip before winter!” We’ve found the perfect trip—a New England RV journey to see the gorgeous autumn colors!

Throughout the New England states, the trees are starting to turn and glorious color is around every curve in the road. Isn’t it time to pack the RV and experience autumn in New England for yourself?

Here’s my quick list of areas famous for foliage to help you plan your New England RV road trip:

  • Vermont’s Champlain Valley: Some of New England’s most fabulous fall scenery can be found around Lake Champlain on the New York/Vermont border. Whether your RV’s rolling through Burlington, Shelburne or East Middlebury, the fall foliage won’t disappoint. Need a place to stop for the night? Ten Acres Campground offers lakeside RV campsites through mid-October.
  • Kancamagus Scenic Byway – New Hampshire: In New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest, the “Kanc” winds its way through spectacular hardwood forests, along the Lost River and through valleys filled with historical sites. Broken Branch KOA in Woodstock, NH is open through October and a stone’s throw away from White Mountain.
  • Acadia National Park – Maine: The granite outcroppings and splendid fall colors in the forests of Acadia National Park will have you pulling off the road for photo after photo. Leaf peeping in early October is a very popular pastime at the park, so be sure to make your RV campground reservations early. Try Hadley’s Point Campground in nearby Bar Harbor for full-service campsites.
  • Litchfield Hills – Connecticut: The photo opportunities are also endless along the highways and byways of Connecticut’s Berkshire foothills. Mohawk State Forest near Goshen, Lake Waramaug State Park near Kent and dozens of quaint Connecticut villages fill the Litchfield Hills with plenty of sightseeing possibilities. Valley in the Pines Campground in Goshen is a great home base for your Connecticut Fall Foliage RV Tour.
  • Merrimack Valley – Massachusetts: Lexington, Concord, Waltham and Boston…historic towns surrounded by explosions of fall color. Massachusetts’ Merrimack Valley is home to seven sites managed by the State Parks Department, as well as rivers, streams and covered bridges. Why not park your RV at Minuteman Campground near Boston? It’s perfectly located as a center of Merrimack Valley activities.

For the latest fall foliage conditions check out these sites:

Whether you’re looking for a weekend motorhome getaway or a two week RV journey state-by-state, you’re going to love New England in the fall. A great place to start is the El Monte RV Boston RV rentals location. Rent a luxury motorhome and get started on this year’s New England Fall Foliage RV Tour!

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