Camping at Lake Winnepesaukee

Ellacoya State Park is located on the southwest shore of Lake Winnepesaukee. We love this campground and try to camp there at least once a year.

Campsites at the NH State Park campgrounds are so well maintained and desirable that reserving them is done a year in advance. That tends to require working around whatever weather comes your way.

Well, this is our week, and we’re off to spend it with two very special friends from up north.

We’ll be camping for the third year in our Coleman Travel Trailer CT260BH.Β This bunkhouse with large bump out provides a comfortable home away from home for grandparents and grandchildren.

Here’s hoping you all have a terrific week as well. πŸ™‚


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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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10 Responses to Camping at Lake Winnepesaukee

  1. Karen says:

    I’ll keep my figures crossed that you will have nice weather. If you are with friends, you will enjoy their company no matter the weather.


    • Oh, we’ll take all the crossed fingers we can get because if we can get a few hours in between rain showers, we’ll be satisfied. Just as long as it doesn’t rain 24/7 like it did on our week at Hampton this year. πŸ™‚


  2. Hope the heat broke up there the way it did down here last night…Have a wonderful time!


  3. Ogee says:

    Rain or shine…what a wonderful life! Enjoy. πŸ™‚


  4. Bear Brook campground is one of our favorites in New Hampshire. We will have to check this one out next year.


  5. I haven’t camped in twenty years…but I sure would like to give it ago again. Looks like such a good time.


  6. Grandma Kc says:

    Sure hope you have a wonderful week. Can’t wait to see and hear all the details. Enjoy!


  7. I dearly hope that this trip it doesn’t rain on your parade πŸ™‚


    • Mother Nature was so kind to us. It rained every day except one, BUT it was usually at night so we swam twice a day, paddled the kayaks, walk in the brook, and just really had a good week. Thanks for keeping your fingers crossed.


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