Both fall and winter in New Hampshire offer opportunities found nowhere else. If you are looking for fall foliage viewing opportunities or alpine skiing, both are nearby and make our NH region some of the best in New England! Time is ticking away but can stand still whilst seeing the leaves turn shades of amber, yellow and crimson in the Fall atop Mt. Monadnock. Or, maybe you’re looking for a frosty, brisk run down the slopes?
New Hampshire offers some of the best winter skiing in New England! From trying Mt. Monadnock’s most hiked trails to just taking a drive to the White Mountains, our campground offers year-round opportunities to see and experience the best of New England’s mountains, slopes, rivers and lakes. Friendly Beaver is one of the few campgrounds in the New England states open into the deepest of winter. We will accommodate you. Come see us.
Activities at the campground abound throughout the Fall to include Golf Cart rodeo Weekend in September. Fall Fling & Columbus Day Weekend blows away the doldrums in October. The Turkey Raffle & the Family Christmas Party in November offer tasty treats to enjoy. Also, there’s always something cooking at the campground, or try the enclosed heated pool to relax or melt the day away. If white winter, outdoor fun is on your agenda, try one of NH’s ski hills nearby (a 35-minute drive). Crotched Mountain or Pat’s Peak Ski Area offer multiple runs with snow-making capabilities and even nighttime skiing! Friendly Beaver is your place to launch, land and stay during your winter wonderland activities.
Staying here even for an extended time is no problem. We offer mid-week deals in Good Sam’s Deals and Destinations or weekly and seasonal rates too. Great facilities abound with a store featuring food, coffee, RV supplies and much more. Full hookup, 50-amp sites with cable, are offered accommodating even the biggest of rigs. Our laundromat has WiFi with charging stations and video consoles to suit your gaming needs as well. We ARE unique here in New Hampshire! Call us now to see why