The Best 

fall camping

in New England

The weather may be chilly, but if you plan ahead, you can pitch your tent among the colorful fall foliage without pesky mosquitoes and crowded campsites.

Here are the best fall camping spots in New England

Brighton State Park is one of Vermont’s most secluded and remote state parks and a fabulous fall camping destination.

Brighton State Park, VT

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Woodford State Park is also one of the most dog-friendly parks in Vermont. Rent one of four cozy cabins or brave the elements at a waterfront campsite.

Burlingame State Park has a huge campground with more than 700 campsites, but in October you’d never know it!

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Mountain vistas. Crystal lakes, thundering waterfalls. Franconia Notch State Park is one of the most thrilling places to experience fall foliage in the White Mountains.

Franconia Notch State Park, NH

A beautiful lake surrounded by colorful hardwoods and serious hiking trails through woods, up mountains, and across meadows.

Pawtuckaway State Park, NH

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The highlight of the park is the spectacular Mount Battie. An easy climb will take you to the top in no time, and you’ll be  rewarded with views of Camden Harbor.

Camden Hills State Park, ME

A year-round campground in one of Maine’s most iconic, but secluded parks, Daicey Pond Campground is open year-round for an incomparable wilderness experience.

Baxter State Park, ME