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Lodging & Campgrounds in NH
You may want to stay at a local accommodation before and/or after your outdoor adventure with Outdoor ESCAPES New Hampshire. Whether you are joining us for day trips or multi-day trips, you'll find friendly service and a convenient base for your adventures. Please note that lodging properties vary with style, service and price, from economy to luxury. Please call or e-mail us if you need assistance finding a place to stay or would like to learn about other activities in the area. Click on links to go to their websites.
Great North Woods
150 Main Street Lodging on the Androscoggin
A Peace of Heaven B & B
Deer Mountain Lodge and Wilderness Resort
Magalloway River Inn and Cabins
Wentworth Location, New Hampshire
Moose Brook Motel
Mount Washington B&B
Northern Comfort Motel
Paradise Point Cottage and Dock Rentals on Lake Umbagog
Philbrook Farm Inn
Dixville Notch, NH
The Great Northwoods Get-A-Way Cabin Rentals
Errol, NH (603) 482-3821
The Keazer Farm Bed and Breakfast
Top Notch Inn
North Stratford, NH
Upton, Maine (near Errol, NH)
North Conway, NH
Carter Notch Inn
Sunset Hill House
Sugar Hill, NH
Federal House Inn
North Conway, NH
The Bernerhof Inn
The Farm By the River Bed & Breakfast with Stables
North Conway, NH
The Jonathan Beede House B & B
Center Sandwich, NH
The Snowflake Inn
The Wilderness Inn
North Woodstock, NH
Merrill Farm Inn
North Conway, NH
Hilltop Acres Bed and Breakfast
Gibson House B & B
Haverhill Corner, NH
Chocorua Camping Village
Saco River Camping Area
North Conway, NH
White Mountains Hostel
Highland Lake Inn
The Rosewood Country Inn
Squam Lake Inn
Proctor's Lakehouse Cottages
Weirs Beach, NH
Sutton House Bed & Breakfast
Center Harbor, NH
Glynn House Inn Bed and Breakfast
Inn at Crystal Lake
Eaton Center, NH
The Gunstock Inn
The Inn on Newfound Lake
Lake Opechee Inn & Spa
Lazy E Motor Inn
Weirs Beach, NH
Manor on Golden Pond
Holderness, New Hampshire
Meredith Inn B & B
Olde Orchard Inn
Preferred Vacation Rentals
Homes and Condos for Rent
Under the Elm Historic Bed and Breakfast
Harbor Hill Camping Area
The Captain's Garden House Romantic Inn & Lodging
Kennebunkport, Maine (near Portsmouth, NH seacoast)
The Inn at Strawberry Banke
Great Bay Camping
New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast Association
New Hampshire Campground Owners Association
New Hampshire State Parks Campgrounds
New Hampshire Lodging Vacation Homes
NH Nature, Conservation, Recreation
New Hampshire Nature Notes by Wildlife Biologist Eric Orff
...and Other Fish and Wildlife News
Country Ecology with Dave Eastman
Become a well-informed Earth citizen with Media Naturalist Dave Eastman and his radio shows on 93.5 WMWV (Mount Washington Valley) and newspaper articles in The Conway Daily Sun. Subscribe to his essays and buy his book.
Species in NH
List provided by NH Fish & Game
Nature and wildlife field guides of the National Wildlife Federation
Bears of the World
We only have the American black bear in New Hampshire.
Suncook River Changes Course
1.52 miles on May 14-15, 2006
Cornell Lab of Ornithology All About Birds
NOAA mage of the Day
Works to protect, restore and enhance the natural capital of trees and forests. Healthy forests filter water, remove air pollution, sequester carbon, and provide homes for wildlife.
Androscoggin River Watershed Council
The mission of the Androscoggin River Watershed Council is to continuously improve environmental quality and promote healthy and prosperous communities in the Androscoggin Watershed.
Audubon Society of NH
Protects and enhances New Hampshire's natural environment for wildlife and for people.
Belknap Country Conservation District
Dedicated to conservation education
and responsible use of our natural resources
Clean Air-Cool Planet
Creates partnerships in the Northeast to implement solutions to climate change and build constituencies for effective climate policies and actions.
Coastal Conservation Association - NH Chapter
The outdoor sports enthusiasts and conservationists who make up the organization recognize that only a concerted, on-going effort of major proportions (through programs of education, legislation and restoration) will save the natural resources of our coastal waters from certain depletion or destruction.
165-mile trail from Crawford Notch to the Canadian border in Pittsburg, N.H.--the longest, single foot-trail system created in New Hampshire's history.
Connecticut River Joint Commissions of New Hampshire & Vermont
State governments, businesses, farmers, and others seek to build a strong and vibrant economy while conserving the natural wealth and beauty of this special place. (The Connecticut River starts at the border of New Hampshire and Canada, travels along the border of Vermont and New Hampshire, continues south through Massachusetts and Connecticut, and drains into Long Island Sound.)
Connecticut River Watershed Council
The principal citizen advocate for conserving and protecting the entire Connecticut River
Conservation Law Foundation
New England’s leading environmental advocacy organization. Works to protect New England's people, natural resources and communities. CLF has four program areas: Clean Energy & Climate Change, Clean Water & Healthy Forests, Healthy Oceans and Smart Growth. CLF works to promote renewable energy and fight air and water pollution; build healthy fishing communities and protect marine habitat; fight sprawl, promote public transit and defend public health.
Defenders of Wildlife
Take action to help save wildlife and their habitats. Two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity, and habitat alteration and destruction.
Ducks Unlimited in NH
Volunteer driven, membership based grassroots organization that supports Ducks Unlimited Inc.
Earth Day Network
Event information, conservation/action resources.
Friends of the Northern Rail Trail
Develops and maintains multi-use trails in Merrimack County, NH
Friends of the Presidential Rail Trail
Promotes, protects, and maintains New Hampshire’s Presidential Rail Trail between Gorham and Whitefield for non-motorized recreation during the snow-free times of the year.
Great American Backyard Campout
The positive effects of daily, unstructured time outdoors on kids’ health are well-documented and wide-ranging. National Wildlife Federation encourages families and friends to Be Out There™in order to give back to American children what they don’t even know they’ve lost—their connection to the natural world.
Hiker responsibility code.
Lake Winnipesaukee Watershed Association
Conservation, Commerce, Community
Lakes Region Conservation Trust
Protects more than 16,000 acres of wildlife habitat in Central New Hampshire, including more than 20 miles of shore frontage throughout the region.
Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics
Builds greatly needed environmental programs that teach awareness and respect for our country’s natural areas.
Loon Preservation Committee, The
The Loon Preservation Committee (LPC) was formed in 1975 as a result of concerns about dramatic declines in the presence and productivity of loons in New Hampshire.
Merrimack Country Conservation District
Merrimack County Conservation District (MCCD) acts as a clearinghouse of conservation information, services and product and residents of Merrimack County facing the challenges of soil and water pollution, land development, wildlife habitat and flood mitigation. Like its 3000+ counterparts throughout the US, MCCD is a non-regulatory organization. Our services are free or low cost and provided at your invitation; we neither discriminate nor regulate.
Merrimack River Watershed Council
Protects and promotes the wise use of the Merrimack River Watershed through environmental monitoring, watershed education, advocacy, recreation and community organizing. (The Pemigewasset River and Winnipesaukee watershed drain into the Merrimack River in Franklin, NH, which travels to the Atlantic Ocean in Massachusetts.)
Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway Trail Club
Our mission over the past 15 years continues to be yearly trail maintenance efforts along the 48 mile hiking trail, supporting our volunteers and trail adopters and promoting the awareness of this beautiful, remote, well kept secret - "The Greenway".
Mount Washington Observatory
Science and education center to advance understanding of the natural systems that create the Earth's weather and climate, by maintaining its mountaintop weather station, conducting research and educational programs and interpreting the heritage of the Mount Washington region.
National Rivers Cleanup
Millions of tons of trash end up in our nation’s rivers and streams every year. American Rivers is a proud sponsor of National River Cleanup™, the most popular and successful stream cleanup program in the country that taps into the civic pride of tens of thousands of volunteers across the country.
NH Fish & Game and Non-Game and Endangered Species Program
Guardian of New Hampshire's fish, wildlife, and marine resources.
New Hampshire Rivers Council
Statewide conservation organization wholly dedicated to the protection and conservation of New Hampshire rivers.
New Hampshire State Parks
There are 68 special places to explore and discover.
New Hampshire Wildlife Federation
A non-profit member organization promoting conservation, environmental education, sportsmanship, and outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, trapping, camping, and photography.
Northern Forest Canoe Trail
Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a non-profit organization whose mission is to celebrate the rich human heritage and diverse natural environment of the Northern Forest, by establishing and stewarding a water trail tracing historic Native American travel routes across New York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Northern Rail Trail
Develops and maintains multi-use trails in Grafton County, NH
A collaborative effort of the nation's most influential environmental advocacy organizations harnessing the power of the internet to increase public awareness and activism on today's most important environmental issues.
Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, The (SPNHF)
Our land conservation ethic is deeply rooted in protecting the state's most important landscapes while promoting the wise use of its renewable natural resources. Founded in 1901.
Federal Aid in Sport Fish and Wildlife Restoration Program
Keeping our wildlife -- and our traditions -- healthy
Squam Lakes Association
Conservation, education, and recreation
Trout Unlimited -- Merrimack River Valley Chapter
Protecting and restoring New Hampshire's Cold-water resources
Trust for Public Land, The - New Hampshire
The Trust for Public Land (TPL) is a national, nonprofit, land conservation organization that conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, community gardens, historic sites, rural lands, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come.
University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, The
Provides New Hampshire citizens with research-based education and information, enhancing their ability to make informed decisions that strengthen youth, families and communities, sustain natural resources, and improve the economy.
Upper Valley Land Trust
Conserving land now and forever...working farms and forests, waterways and wildlife habitat, scenic and historic landscapes, recreation resources...
White Mountain History
The people, places, and events that made the White Mountains history.
White Mountain National Forest
In New Hampshire and Maine...scenic drives, historic places, etc.
Winnisquam, Opechee, Winnipesaukee Trail (WOW)
Develops and maintains multi-use trails in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire