Popular Glampsites in New Hampshire

Bungalow for 4 people, with yard, with pets in New Hampshire
Bungalow for 4 people, with yard, with pets
1 bedroom
4.7
(13 reviews)
from $65 / night
Vacation house for 13 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 13 people, with pets
5 bedrooms
4.8
(21 reviews)
from $447 / night
Glamping for 4 people, with pool in New Hampshire
Glamping for 4 people, with pool
4.5
(14 reviews)
from $191 / nightFREE cancellation
Vacation house for 12 people in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 12 people
3 bedrooms
4.8
(20 reviews)
from $357 / night
Glamping for 6 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Glamping for 6 people, with pets
4.5
(2 reviews)
from $124 / night
Glamping for 6 people, with balcony, with pets in New Hampshire
Glamping for 6 people, with balcony, with pets
4.5
(2 reviews)
from $120 / night
Tent for 4 people in New Hampshire
Tent for 4 people
3.5
(5 reviews)
from $158 / nightFREE cancellation
Glamping for 6 people in New Hampshire
Glamping for 6 people
5.0
(2 reviews)
from $145 / night
Glamping for 10 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Glamping for 10 people, with pets
1 bedroom
4.9
(7 reviews)
from $156 / night
Glamping for 6 people, with balcony in New Hampshire
Glamping for 6 people, with balcony
1 bedroom
3.8
(3 reviews)
from $140 / night
Vacation house for 8 people in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 8 people
3 bedrooms
5.0
(2 reviews)
from $350 / night
Glamping for 8 people in New Hampshire
Glamping for 8 people
from $129 / night
Glamping for 4 people in New Hampshire
Glamping for 4 people
4.7
(3 reviews)
from $144 / night
Glamping for 6 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Glamping for 6 people, with pets
1 bedroom
4.9
(6 reviews)
from $121 / night
Vacation house for 13 people, with sauna and balcony, with pets in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 13 people, with sauna and balcony, with pets
4 bedrooms
4.9
(11 reviews)
from $776 / night
Apartment for 8 people, with balcony, with pets in New Hampshire
Apartment for 8 people, with balcony, with pets
3 bedrooms
4.6
(4 reviews)
from $330 / night
Vacation house for 5 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 5 people, with pets
2 bedrooms
5.0
(13 reviews)
from $319 / night
Vacation house for 6 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 6 people, with pets
2 bedrooms
4.3
(4 reviews)
from $217 / night
Vacation house for 8 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 8 people, with pets
3 bedrooms
5.0
from $391 / night
Glamping for 8 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Glamping for 8 people, with pets
3 bedrooms
4.8
(11 reviews)
from $414 / night
Vacation house for 6 people, with yard in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 6 people, with yard
3 bedrooms
5.0
(4 reviews)
from $346 / night
Glamping for 4 people in New Hampshire
Glamping for 4 people
1 bedroom
5.0
(5 reviews)
from $144 / night
Vacation house for 12 people, with hot tub in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 12 people, with hot tub
4 bedrooms
4.9
(18 reviews)
from $368 / night
Vacation house for 10 people, with pets in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 10 people, with pets
4 bedrooms
4.8
(20 reviews)
from $358 / night
Vacation house for 10 people in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 10 people
4 bedrooms
5.0
(8 reviews)
from $517 / night
Vacation house for 13 people in New Hampshire
Vacation house for 13 people
4 bedrooms
4.8
(15 reviews)
from $343 / night
Glamping for 2 people, with view and yard, kid friendly in New Hampshire
Glamping for 2 people, with view and yard, kid friendly
1 bedroom
3.8
(17 reviews)
from $140 / nightFREE cancellation
Lodge for 8 people, with yard in New Hampshire
Lodge for 8 people, with yard
3 bedrooms
4.8
(20 reviews)
from $268 / night

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Pittsburg (nh), New Hampshire
Lodge • 1292 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
4.8
(20 reviews)
Trailside recreational lodge offers the comforts of home that you are used to daily. With our modern and fun Great North Woods motif, you're sure to enjoy your stay with us, whether you're here snowmobiling for a week or hunting for a couple of days. All of our new beds offer you the luxurious comfort of recent mattress technology.Weekly Nightly Rate $225 (Rate is based on 2 people)Weekend Rate (Fri-Sat) $270 based on 2 people$39 per person extra guest feeWeekly Rate $1540 Monthly Rate $3900 *Cleaning & linen fees are included in the nightly rate.* NH Meals & Rooms Taxes are include...
from $268 / night
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White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
Bungalow • 4 Guests • 1 Bedroom
4.7
(13 reviews)
*Highly secluded* tree house style off-grid wall tent perfect for reconnecting with the natural world. Hike or bike from the door to waterfalls, ponds, or just around the 45 acre property in search of birds and wildlife. Fly fish or swim up at Province or Mountain Pond for the day. Property is surrounded on all four sides by national forest. Multi use trails and streams cross all over the property. Please bring leave no trace ethics with you and your wonder. Home to numerous wildlife and wildflowers.The Space***DETAILED WRITTEN DIRECTIONS AVAILABLE AFTER BOOKING. PLEASE FOLLOW***The treehou...
from $65 / night
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Carroll, White Mountain National Forest
Vacation House • 2669 ft² • 5 Bedrooms
4.8
(21 reviews)
One of our most popular homes, this modern 3 level townhouse is part of the coveted Crawford Ridge development, one of the newest and most upscale in the Bretton Woods area. Enjoy the convenience of hitting the slopes without having to drive and then warm up by one of the fireplaces! Add in the views of the majestic Mt. Washington and you will see why this mountain retreat is one of the most requested rentals in our program! 2 separate living room areas for greater flexibility and entertainment options. Air Conditioning to ensure comfort in the summer months! A modern propane grill, washer/...
from $447 / night

Glamping in New Hampshire

Delightful glamping in the snow-capped mountains

If you are looking to enjoy a place with the best natural landscapes and the most vibrant cities in the United States, you must visit spectacular New Hampshire. Located in the northeast of the country, you can find incredible glamping that will make your stay perfect. Known as the shortest coastal state in the United States, you can enjoy incredible natural attractions that offer you endless outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, climbing, skiing, boating and more. Walk its wonderful ocean beaches, explore its magnificent and dense forests, lakes, snow-capped mountains and have fun in its theme parks. Be sure to visit its fantastic historical monuments and incredible museums. New Hampshire is one of the most beautiful places in the United States where you will find something for everyone, have fun and relax.

Cozy glamping with mountain views

The best way to fully enjoy all the charms of New Hampshire nature is by staying in its fantastic glamping sites that have everything you need and more so that you have the best vacation of your life. They include comfortable king-size beds with bed linen included and a private bathroom with a bathtub / shower combination. Splendid kitchen with oven, coffee maker, microwave, kettle, mini fridge and all the necessary utensils to prepare delicious home-made meals. Enjoy your outside deck that includes a gas grill and the most captivating views of the New Hampshire mountain landscape. Additionally, you can also find inside comfortable furniture, cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Your pets are also totally welcome and have free parking.

Travelers and activities

New Hampshire for nature lovers

If you love to be in contact with the peace and tranquility that nature offers, in New Hampshire, you can find the fantastic Mount Washington State Park that gives you the most beautiful natural landscapes you can imagine. In this park, you will be able to go to the highest mountain in the northeast of the United States with 1916 meters, one of the highest in the Appalachians. To get to the top you can take the fantastic steam cog railway built in 1869 and enjoy the ride and the views of the 4 closest states, or if you are more experienced you can climb the ascent. Upon reaching the top, you can visit its fantastic museum and an incredible observatory. To make the descent, you can take any of its marked trails so that you do not miss any detail of nature. Make sure to visit their cafeteria and their souvenir shop.

New Hampshire for city lovers

The beautiful and picturesque city of Manchester is one of the largest cities in New Hampshire and is famous for being surrounded by centres of art, culture, major museums and sports complexes. Known as the city of mills, it offers you multiple options to have fun and please all tastes. Visit their incredible Millyard Museum of Manchester Historical Society, where you will learn all the interesting local history and culture. If you are a fan of fine art, you can visit the Currier Art Museum, where you will be fascinated by the most beautiful works of local artists and other famous people such as Picasso, Monet, and Matisse. Stroll through the beautiful streets of Manchester, where you will find incredible shops and fabulous restaurants where you can try the most exquisite food. Additionally, Manchester is an excellent starting point and close to the most important and visited lakes and parks in New Hampshire.

In the city of Hanover, located on the banks of the Connecticut River, is the well-known and prestigious Dartmouth College. One of the oldest institutions of higher education in the United States.

Top 7 travel tips in New Hampshire

1. Ski in America's first resort

If you like to practice outdoor activities in the snow, in New Hampshire you can visit North Conway, considered one of the first ski resorts in America and one of the most important. Along its route there are 6 additional stations of picturesque and snowy mountains where you can do all kinds of activities such as skiing, sledding, ice skating, snowshoeing or jumping on fun zip lines and much more. In addition, you can also enjoy heated tennis and golf courses and swimming pools.

2. Visit the fantastic Lake Winnipesaukee

South of the White Mountains is the wonderful Lake Winnipesaukee, considered the center of the New Hampshire Lake District, one of the most beautiful and the sixth largest in the United States. With fabulous landscapes, the lake is surrounded by incredible dense forests and charming and picturesque villages to explore. Lake Winnipesaukee offers its visitors endless outdoor activities to enjoy, such as swimming or boating, walking along the shores enjoying the views of the surroundings or taking nice picnics. It is only a few kilometers from the most important parks in the state.

3. Ride the first air tram in North America

One of the most fun ways to explore New Hampshire's beautiful mountains is by taking a cable car ride. Enjoy a pleasant ride up and down the mountains on the Cannon Mountain Cable Car, built in 1938 with an altitude to the top of nearly 4,080 feet (1.24 km) above Franconia Notch. During your ascent you will be able to appreciate unparalleled and incredible views, you will be able to observe the mountains of Vermont and parts of New York and Canada. Upon reaching its observation tower you can take a pleasant walk enjoying the purest air of the mountains where you can get the best photographs.

4. Stroll through beautiful Portsmouth

Just a few miles from the Atlantic Ocean, you will find the charming city of Portsmouth. Famous for being the third-oldest city in the United States. On your tour you can enjoy important historical monuments, colonial buildings, elegant avenues to walk where you will find shops, great restaurants to enjoy delicious food and many places of cultural interest. Visit its spectacular microbreweries and take a walk through its busy seaport. Be sure to visit the incredible Portsmouth, a magnificent city that contrasts the old with the modern.

5. Explore the amazing White Mountains National Forest

The beautiful White Mountains National Forest is one of the most popular and favorite places to visit in New Hampshire and that you cannot miss on this vacation. In this impressive forest, you can marvel at the most beautiful views, like something out of a fairy tale. If you are a fan of hiking, in this forest you will find a wide variety of paths to travel and explore the surroundings. You can also climb, and enjoy the picturesque mountains. And so as not to miss any moment of the beauty of this forest even at night you can organize camping to enjoy the view of the stars and enjoy this experience in nature to the fullest.

6. Have fun exploring Hampton Beach

The Hampton Beach resort is one of the most beautiful you can find in the northeast. In addition to its beautiful beaches, it has a great recreational attraction. You'll find plenty to see and do in their fantastic old casino. The Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, built in 1894, is now anything but a casino. In this fantastic location, you can enjoy comedy shows, live music and much more to spend a night full of fun. Walk along its fantastic promenade that borders the entire beach, and you can find shops, ice cream parlors, restaurants and enjoy live concerts or deep-sea fishing excursions.

7. Marvel at the capital of New Hampshire

Your visit to New Hampshire will not be complete unless you visit its capital city, the charming town of Concord. Visit the state house, one of the most emblematic places of the city with Greek Revival style that you can find on the main street. Likewise, you can also enjoy beautiful state parks for outdoor activities or simply take a quiet walk around the surroundings admiring the architecture of its buildings, where you can choose between its incredible restaurants and bars to have a good time.

Glamping in New Hampshire

The best glamping locations in New Hampshire

Organize your next vacation to the gorgeous state of New Hampshire. You will be able to find this state located in the New England region of the United States of America. The state borders Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, as well as the Canadian province of Quebec. The state of New Hampshire is the 5th smallest state in the nation and the tenth with the least population. If you want to stay close to the largest city in the state, then Manchester will be your ideal place. There are plenty of historical landmarks, natural landscapes and recreational activities to enjoy during your stay in New Hampshire.

Rental properties in New Hampshire

There are many different glampsites to choose from while planning your visit to New Hampshire. You will be able to find accommodations located closer to the city centers, in the middle of nature, as well as right by the sea. Imagine waking up in the morning to the calming sound of waves just outside of your accommodation. Invite your friends over for a delicious lunch in your front porch. Spend the evening drinking some wine by the fireplace. These are some of the opportunities you could have with a glampsite in New Hampshire.

Travelers and activities

Outdoor adventures in New Hampshire

You will be able to find plenty of ways to discover the stunning natural landscape of New Hampshire during your time there. Your first stop should be to Mount Washington. This mountain stands at 6,288 feet above ground and it is the highest peak in the northeast of the United States of America. The mountain will be able to provide you with a tough but worth it hike. Another great place to visit is the Lost River Reservation. Also known as the Lost River Gorge, this reservation is located in the White Mountains and it will offer you easier trails to stroll on along the Pemigewasset River.

New Hampshire for families

If you choose to make your trip to New Hampshire with your family, you will be able to find plenty of enjoyable activities to do with your family. Head on over to Story Land for an entertaining day out. This theme park is located in Glen and it will bring your childhood fairytales to life. Here you can choose from plenty of attractions such as the Cinderella’s pumpkin coach and the swan boat. On the other hand, during a warm afternoon, you can visit the Whales Tale Water Park. This water park has a selection of water slides and flumes, as well as a pizza and burger area for when you’re hungry.

Did you know that New Hampshire’s motto is Live Free or Die?

Top 7 travel tips in New Hampshire

1. Franconia Notch State Park

Take a stroll around a state park. This is one of the many beautiful state parks in New Hampshire. Located right in the center of the White Mountain National Forest, here you can take a ride on the famous Old Man of the Mountain tramway.

2. The Conway Railroad

Go on a scenic railroad route. This old-fashion train ride will allow you to experience the Golden Age of railroad travel. You will start the trip at North Conway Village and be brought around the stunning landscape of the area.

3. Clark’s Trading Post

Enjoy an afternoon of live shows. This establishment has been open for 50 years and has been providing lots of entertainment to its visitors. Here you will be able to see bears, as well as acrobatic performances.

4. Attitash Mountain

Have a fun day out skiing down the mountains. During the winter you will be able to ski or snowboard in 350 acres worth of slopes. In the summertime this mountain provides zip lines and hiking trails.

5. Squam Lakes

Spend the day at the lake. This lake is about six miles long and 98 feet deep, making it the second largest lake in the state. Here you will be able to go hiking, paddle boarding, as well as canoeing.

6. Strawberry Banke Museum

Learn about the local history. This museum is the best place to learn about the culture, craft, tools, and everything more of the settlers in the 17th century. Here you can find 40 colonial restored buildings.

7. Castle in the Clouds

Visit a historical mansion. This mansion was built back in 1918 on 5,200 acres of land. The mansion will be able to offer you horseback riding trails, a delicious restaurant, live music and stunning views.

FAQs: Glamping in New Hampshire

Which types of services can you typically find at the glampsites in New Hampshire?

Out of the facilities you can find on Holidu, it appears that the glampsites in New Hampshire benefit from everything that travelers wish for! Here, the glampsites generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: barbecue (96%), internet (33%), and view (26%)...What more could you want?

How are the glampsites rated in New Hampshire?

On average, the glampsites here have rather positive comments. According to the Holidu data, 41% of glampsites have a rating average of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are many that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next vacation.

Are the glampsites in New Hampshire suitable for families with children?

Judging by the Holidu data, 15% of glampsites in New Hampshire are suitable for vacations with children, it should therefore be very easy for you to find the perfect glampsites for you and your family.

Are the glampsites in New Hampshire suitable for travelers who wish to take their pets on vacation?

Certainly! In New Hampshire, 85% of the glampsites accept them, 11% also have a garden!

Do the glampsites in New Hampshire mostly have Wi-Fi?

According to Holidu, approximately 33% of glampsites in New Hampshire include Wi-Fi, perfect for staying connected whilst on vacation!

Do the glampsites in New Hampshire typically have a fireplace or a pool?

Definitely! Based on last year, many glampsites in New Hampshire are equipped with a fireplace. This is the destination you need to head to during the winter months!

Are the glampsites in New Hampshire suitable for vacations with a large group or better for a vacation as a couple?

Based on last year, 100% of glampsites accept up to four guests. Approximately 22% of the glampsites here are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for a vacation as a small family!

Do the glampsites in New Hampshire offer outdoor space to enjoy?

26% of glampsites have a balcony or terrace, and 26% have a view, but since this does not represent the majority so availability can be selective. If this is a priority for you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters that suit you the best to be sure to find the glampsite perfect for you. However, if you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues,96% of the glampsites are equipped with them.

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