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Best things to do in Campton

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Cafe
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“Independently-owned coffee shop with consistently creative house coffee, pastries, and meals in a central location two minutes off I-93. ”
25 locals recommend
Bar
“We love it here, a great place to grab a quick bite to eat and a beer for adults in the bar. Families can sit on either side.”
22 locals recommend
Park
“WHITE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST Federal Building Laconia, New Hampshire   03246 Located north of New Hampshire's central plateau, lies the White Mountains National Forest, cloaked with forests and laced with streams. Among the ranges and ridges are the highest mountains in the Northeast, the Presidential Range, which culminate in the bare granite summit of 6,288-foot Mount Washington, Mounts Adams, Jefferson, Monroe and Madison also exceed 5,000 feet in elevation. The Appalachian Trail in New Hampshire runs mainly through the White Mountains, including a section along the Presidential Ridge that is the longest section of the trail above the treeline.”
12 locals recommend
Bar
“Bustling local gem of a restaurant offering unique dishes, weekly trivia/karaoke nights, and an amazing deck overlooking the Pemigewasset River and historic covered Blair Bridge. ”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Although this place is seasonal, it is delicious! It has amazing seafood and is set in a tree-house style restaurant with fantastic views.”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Very affordable,Specializing in BBQ, good sized portions, Live music on weekends. Outside patio”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The best pizza in town! Try the Italian Pie (light on the garlic). They Deliver!!”
1 local recommends
Lodging
“The Owl's Nest Resort Golf Club is public and is just off the I-93 highway, on the other side of exit 28. ”
7 locals recommend
Sporting Goods Shop
“Ski Fanatics at Exit 28 in Campton offers canoe, kayak and float tube rentals for use on the Pemigewasset River. They will transport you to the river and pick you up after your float or kayak trip down the river. This is a very popular activity and they do recommend making a reservation.”
7 locals recommend
Donut Shop
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“If you're looking for that quick cup of coffee and you haven't found it in town, drive out to route 93, down by the highway, and you'll find a Dunkin Donuts.”
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Our favorite hike! Near Squam Lake. Be prepared for some rock climbing at the top. About 3 hours round trip. Somewhat challenging.”
2 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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5 locals recommend
Food
“If you're looking for guided horse back riding this is a good location close to the cabin.. You should book in advance as they don't do well with walk ups. ”
5 locals recommend
Cafe
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2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“A nice authentic Irish Pub. I think the menu is more suited to adults than children. They do have live music at times.”
2 locals recommend
Ski Area
“It's our local ski area. Really small but great for beginners. Has a slow moving chair lift and only natural snow so no snowmaking. There is a grooming machine. Main attraction is the ski lodge with great drinks and food. Lift ticket for the day is only $20 and there is night sking. They have no rental shop so you need to bring your own skis. Ski lodge has live music on Saturdays. ”
3 locals recommend