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Not surprisingly, staying in the great outdoors is one of the more popular things to do in New England. Whether you do so in a camper, RV or tent, it's a wonderful experience and great opportunity to get back to the land. Not only that, but camping leads to a wide range of other activities that give you some wonderful breaks from the daily grind and some great exercise, such as hiking, biking, fishing, hunting and even sneaking away from the campsite for a round or two of golf.

Camping opportunities are ubiquitous. In fact, there are campgrounds, state parks, hiking trails and lots of mountains on which to commune with nature or just sleep under stars, which in the northern part of the region shine very brightly.

Campgrounds come in a wide range of flavors, sizes and varying degrees of amenities and attractions. If you're interested in the great outdoors away from the madding crowds, state parks may be your best bet. There the camping can be as wild as you'd like it to be.

CampingIf you're looking for something a wee bit less arduous or something that still has at least some of the trappings of civilization, a campground with tightly clustered campsites may be more to your liking, especially if you're social and like having neighbors close by. There are also a sizeable number of campgrounds cum recreation parks with various attractions, such as playgrounds, swimming pools, snackbars and modern amenities that offer the comforts of home for the essentials but enough wilderness to enjoy the adventure.

If you prefer taking the comforts of home with you, New England has a growing number of RV-specific campgrounds that provide all you need to get away and enjoy the countryside, but know that when you return to camp, you have a nice bed waiting for you.

There are also a great many campgrounds offering cabins and other structures that allow for a turnkey camping experience.

We've set up NewEnglandTimes.Com to help you decide where to stay in New England in as many ways as possible. The links below offer different accommodations. We're confident that you'll find them helpful. In New England, you're a child at 90 and an adult at 12. It's a magical place, where nature lives and peace reigns.

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Chamberlain Lake Campground
1397 Route 197 . Woodstock . Connecticut 06281 | 860.974.0567 | E-Mail: chamberlainlakecampground@yahoo.com

Open May 1st - October 15th; enjoy large wooded sites, with water and electric, fireplaces and picnic tables. Modern restrooms, large recreation hall, general store, laundry and game room, basketball & volleyball courts, seasonal sites and trailer rentals are all here to make your stay enjoyable.

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New England Outdoor Center
Medway Road . Millinocket . Maine 04462 | 800.766.7238 . 207.723.5438 . info@neoc.com

The historic Rice Farm Campground is located on the banks of the lower Penobscot River in Millinocket, Maine. The campground has canvas cabin tents with screened doors and windows, four cots with all bedding, a gas light, a fire ring and a picnic table. Or bring your own tent and camp in a spacious campsite that includes a picnic table and fire ring.

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American Camping Association/New England Section
214 North Main Street . Suite 104 . Natick . Massachusetts 01760 508.647.2267 |camp@acane-camps.org

The American Camping Association of New England includes more than 800 individual members and over 300 ACA Accredited privately owned and operated or agency sponsored day and residential camps, making ACA New England the largest section in the United States.

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Mi-Te-Jo Campground
111 Mi-Te-Jo Road . Milton . New Hampshire 03851 | 603.652.9022 | E-Mail: mitejo@worldpath.net

With enough camping experience and luck, every once in a while you will discover a truly extraordinary place to camp where all of the “essentials” just seem to fall into place. This ideal campground, in addition to having a great location and a full range of facilities, will have all of the little extras that combine to make a great vacation experience.

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Oak Embers
219 Escoheag Hill Road . West Greenwich . Rhode Island 02817 . 401.397.4042 E-Mail: mooringscamp@yahoo.com

We are Rhode Island's Friendly Family Campground. Only a short distance from Interstate 95, nestled in the woods on the border of the Arcadia Management Area. We fall on the border of Exeter and West Greenwich. We are centrally located to many attractions and activities.

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Lazy Lions Campground
281 Middle Road . Graniteville . Vermont 05654 | 802.479.2823 802.476.1331 | E-Mail: lazylions@gocampingamerica.com

Lazy Lions Campground is your destination for relaxation and refreshment in the very heart of beautiful Vermont. Our park is open for your enjoyment from May 15 to November 1. Our heavily-wooded, level RV sites are waiting for you.

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Stoweflake Resort & Spa

Located in one of America's most sensational, natural paradises, the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa in Stowe, Vermont offers the ultimate, year-round vacation experience. With its celebrated world-class spa, luxurious accommodations, award-winning restaurants and friendly, attentive staff, the Stoweflake is unrivaled as New England's premier spa/resort destination.


Since 1865, Mountain View has offered visitors a memorable experience. Following a $20 million restoration in 2002, the Mountain View once again welcomes guests in grand style with all the state of the art amenities that today's travelers expect from a Four-Diamond destination resort.


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