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The best campervan rentals in New Hampshire

The mountains of New Hampshire are perfect for any type of campervan rental. With all four seasons and a variety of activities to choose from like hiking or biking in the summertime, white water rafting, and canoeing in the springtime; going on your next campervan rental here!

Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in New Hampshire

It's easy to see why New Hampshire residents are so proud of their heritage when they show off the many scenic attractions that make up this state. In fall, you can enjoy a scenic drive over hills and dale through rural villages with farms also turning on the leaves as they are glowing red like fire when autumn comes around. Sugar houses invite you to come tap maple syrup while pumpkin patches beckon from the road where mills serve up steaming mugs of freshly-made cider for your enjoyment!

New Hampshire is full of living history, from museums that recreate life during colonial times to towns that haven't changed since those days. With a variety of activities and scenery in New Hampshire such as beaches, snow-capped mountains, and forests, you won’t be bored. From sleigh rides or skiing down Mount Washington's slopes into its valleys with your dog at your side to tubing through heart-pounding rapids while feeling like an eagle soaring high above it all - there are many ways to explore this wonderful state!

New Hampshire Fun Facts

The first free public library was formed in New Hampshire back in 1833. It's a landmark achievement that still stands as an example for all other libraries today.

New Hampshire was the first of thirteen colonies to have a state constitution and is still one of two states in America that does not use any language from its original document.

It is said that the top of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire has some of the worst weather on earth, as a world record for wind speed was clocked here at 231 miles per hour.

Granite from New Hampshire is a common sight. In fact, it's so popular there that 30,000 tons of the material was used in construction to build The Library of Congress.

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