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Fall Camping in New England

Fall Camping in New England

Even if you live for warm, starry nights, fireflies, and smoky campfires, you can revel in this short, sweet season. There’s no better place to go camping in the fall than in New England. 

Fall camping is special at Brighton State Park. Not only are the colors gorgeous, but you can rent a camping cabin, move in for the weekend, and disappear from reality.

Brighton State Park, Vermont

Woodford State Park is Vermont's highest state campground, located around a small pond in the secluded Green Mountains of Southern Vermont.

Woodford State Park, Vermont

Located in Charlestown, Rhode Island, this sprawling park covers 3,100 acres surrounding Watchaug Pond.

Burlingame State Park, Rhode Island

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Highlights of Franconia Notch include the aerial tramway at Cannon Mountain, the famous Flume Gorge with its many waterfalls, andtrails for every type of hiker.

Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire

Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham encompasses a beautiful lake surrounded by colorful hardwoods and lots of hiking trails. 

Pawtuckaway State Park, New Hampshire

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There are trails everywhere – to waterfalls, up mountains, and around bogs, ponds, and lakes. You can hike 50 miles of trails from the campground.

Savoy Mountain State Forest, Massachusetts

The highlight of the park is the spectacular Mount Battie. An easy climb will take you to the top, and you’ll be rewarded with views of Camden Harbor.

Camden Hills State Park, Maine

A year-round campground of camping cabins in one of Maine’s most iconic parks, Daicey Pond Campground provides an incomparable wilderness experience.

Baxter State Park, Maine