- Our list of the best things to do in Campton, New Hampshire, features the top 131 nearby activities — including 62 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Campton, NH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 4 things to do within the city of Campton, NH , followed by 127 popular activities in nearby cities, including Lincoln, Meredith, Laconia, Franconia, Waterville Valley, Gilford, Bartlett, Weirs Beach, Bristol, Conway, Moultonborough, Tamworth, Plymouth, Chocorua, Holderness, Bretton Woods, Rumney and North Conway
A specialty shop offering jewellery, clothing, collectibles, and antiques, The Chalet Antiques Barn & Museum also houses the Alaskan museum, offering artifacts including a prehistoric Mastodon tooth for sale and viewing. Accommodations are available in the guest apartment.
86% 14 votes
Route 113 (P.0. Box 225), Holderness, NH 3245 MoreLess Info
Longhaul Farm at Squam Lake is a working organic farm whose market-style stand and cafe stocks its own produce, along with locally-sourced meat, poultry and ice cream. The farm's pavilion hosts meals, and concerts and garden workshops round out the activity schedule.
Managed by the New Hampshire Department of Forests and Lands, West Rattlesnake Mountain is a hiking paradise. It is also an important conservation site for rare plants that do not grow elsewhere in the state. Hikers are encouraged to wear supportive boots with excellent traction.
85% 91 votes
39 South Main Street, Plymouth, NH 03264 MoreLess Info
Serving as a small venue within a revived historic theater, The Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center allows for a wide range of performances such as live concerts, theatrical productions, and comedy shows. There is also a movie theater at the site that shows both classic and first-run films.
- 1 votes
White Mountain National Forest, Waterville Valley, NH 3285 MoreLess Info
Rising to 4,003 ft. in elevation, Mount Tecumseh is a popular hiking location frequented by beginner and experienced hikers alike. In addition to hiking, visitors also enjoy skiing at the nearby ski resorts located on the mountain.