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Timberland Campground

Welcome to Timberland Campground; Where YOUR White Mountain Adventures Begin



Kayak in the White Mountains

White Mountain Attractions

Theme Parks

Moose Tours

ATV Riding

Swimming

Golfing

Museums

Hiking

Covered Bridges

   
   
   

Kayak in the White Mountains

 

 Kayaking in the White Mountains of NH

Timberland Campground offers kayak rentals right from our property. Launch your kayak right from the campground and enjoy the beauty and wildlife of the Androscoggin River with an added benefit of shuttle pickups in Gilead Maine; A beautiful, tranquil float of about 2.5 – 3 hours down river. Do you have your own kayaks; that’s great, we will help you portage for a small fee.
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Call for details and to make reservations - 603-466-3872

Kayak rentals in the White Mountains of NH right at Timberland Campground

White Mountain Attractions

 

Attitash

An exciting NEW adventure attraction, the Mountain Coaster at Attitash offers an exhilarating and scenic ride for 1-2 people of virtually all ages as it carries you 1,400 feet up Attitash before descending on a thrilling 2,600 foot ride down the mountain, dropping 324 vertical feet through banked curves and dips. Discover the fun and excitement of the year round, all weather Mountain Coaster at Attitash, a dynamic addition to your family’s summer vacation experience in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Summer at Attitash also provides the chance to enjoy old favorites such as the Alpine Slide, Eurobungy Trampoline, Climbing wall, mountain biking trails, horseback riding and more.

 

Attitash

Clark's Trading Post

Welcome to Clark’s—featuring quality family entertainment for over 80 years! Enjoy a trained bear performance, Steam Train ride through Wolfman’s Territory and the amazing Yandong Chinese Acrobatic Troupe. Wolfie’s Segway Park, Merlin’s Mystical Mansion, Water Blaster Boats, Climbing Tower, Tuttle House, Kilburn’s Photo Parlor and incredible Museums will astound you! Don’t miss our Specialty Shops and the largest Gift Shop in the White Mountains. We can BEARLY wait to see you!

 

Clark's Trading Post

The Cog Railway

Ride to the top of Mt. Washington on the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway—built in 1869! Choose to step aboard new eco-friendly biodiesel or historic coal-fired steam locomotives for a thrilling ride to the Northeast’s highest peak. This 3-hour, round-trip journey now includes more time at the summit to enjoy a free visit to the Observatory Museum. New Audio Tour on each train makes it New England’s most unique vacation experience! Scenic Marshfield Base Station features great views, a Museum with video presentation, Restaurant & Gift Shop.

The Cog Railway

Conway Scenic Railroad

The “Valley Train” offers departures to Conway and Bartlett, while the “Notch Train” carries passengers through spectacular Crawford Notch and past the finest natural scenery in the entire Northeast. On the “Valley Train” choose Coach, First Class or experience the fun of railroad dining aboard the Dining Car “Chocorua” (reservations suggested). The “Notch Train” offers Coach, First-Class and Dome seating (reservations suggested).

 

Conway Scenic Railroad

The Flume

Enjoy a 2-mile self-guided nature walk through the Flume Gorge, a spectacular natural chasm. Along the walk you will discover covered bridges, amazing waterfalls, a scenic pool, and incredible mountain views. Kids can crawl through and explore caves along the way. The Visitor’s Center offers a free 20-minute movie on Franconia Notch State Park, information, gift shop, cafeteria, and interpretive exhibits.

 

The Flume

The Hobo Railroad

All aboard for a 15-mile, 80 minute round-trip train excursion in vintage, restored coaches. You will travel in a picturesque, woodsy setting along the Pemigewasset River. Hobo picnic lunches & ice cream are available onboard. Open Memorial Day weekend through late October, and late November–mid-December for Santa Trains. See days of operation. Station & Gift Shop opens 10 am, closes after last train. Tickets online at hoborr.com.

The Hobo Railroad

The Lost River Gorge

Discover the beauty, mystery, and tranquility of Lost River Gorge. Lit by lanterns and guided by wooden walkways, step back in time to face the excitement of caves like the Lemon Squeeze, and the Judgment Hall of Pluto with its spectacular 20 foot inside waterfall. Explore gigantic boulders stacked like blocks, the views, the boulder caves, intricate boardwalks, and intriguing history. Pan for fossils or gemstones. Don’t miss this great adventure for kids and scenic wonder for adults (any cave can be bypassed).

The Lost River Gorge

Mt. Washington Auto Road

A drive up the Mt. Washington Auto Road is a one-of-a-kind experience. Every time. Encounter ever-changing weather, panoramic views and four climate zones as you climb the highest point in the Northeast. Give your kids a head start on their summer assignment and build memories to last a lifetime. You’ve seen the bumper stickers. Now, discover what all the fuss is about. Drive the Mt. Washington Auto Road.

Mt. Washington Auto Road

Theme Parks

 

Story Land

Story Land is the children's theme park where fantasy lives! There's a smile and adventure around every corner: ride in a pumpkin coach to Cinderella's Castle, spin through a giant cuckoo clock, tour a more new-and longtime-favorites. Make memories to last a lifetime with 21 wonderfully themed rides, lively shows, unique playgrounds, friendly storybook characters and your family. A favorite of parents, grandparents and especially children for over 50 years!

 

Story Land

Santa's Village

Celebrate the season at Santa's Village - New Hampshire's awesome holiday theme park! Santa's Village is a Christmas-themed amusement park located in Jefferson, New Hampshire, United States. Most of the 16 rides have Christmas or winter-themed names, such as "Rudy's Rapid Transit Coaster" and "The Great Humbug Adventure".

 

Santa's Village

Fort Jefferson Fun Park

Surrounded by the majestic mountain peaks of the Presidential Range, Six Gun City is proving that all is not quiet on the Old Western Front. Ever since the park's founding in 1957, the James and Eleanor Brady family has continually added and improved the park; and, you just might say, that for over 40 years the Brady family has been creating a western village just for fun. What began as a dream in the minds of James & Eleanor, has become one of the most popular family destinations in New England. Throughout the years, the family has remained true to its original promise - to be an affordable place where families of all sizes can leave their troubles behind & enjoy a day of entertainment based on a time long since gone by.

 

Fort Jefferson Fun Park

Whale's Tail Water Park

The Whale’s Tale Water Park recently named Best in Class Water park in America by Aquatics International Magazine. Whether you’re looking to chill out, thrill out, lay out or play out, you and your family can do that and more! The new Shipwreck Island, our biggest expansion yet, will serve up excitement around every corner. Then slide, swim and splash through the rest of our world-class water park. Later, catch a show on the wave-side stage. Bring the camera to capture the memories as you and your family enjoy New England’s Favorite Water Park!

Whale's Tail Water Park

Moose Tours & More...

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Gorham Moose Tours

Join us as we take you on a 3 hour tour in one of our comfortable tour buses. Enjoy a moose / wildlife tour on the North Country's longest-running tour with experienced wildlife guides that know just where to search and find MOOSE! Our success rate for 2013 was 96% and during one tour we were fortunate to see 23 of our furry friends. Our tours run from the end of May until the end of September in order to increase our chances of seeing these wonderful creatures. Click on the link above for more information.

Moose Tours in NH

Moose Tours

This adventurous Moose Tour with it's High Success Rate allows you to view and learn all you need to know on this Fascinating Creature and their Habitat, along with Documentary Film Footage. We have seen up to 15 MOOSE on one Tour!  View Wildlife, Our tours provide the comfort of Air Conditioned transportation, so you may sit back relax & enjoy!  Dan also has surprises along the way!

Moose Tours in NH

Rolling Dog Sled Rides

Whether you schedule a Rolling Dogsled Adventure all on its own or with one of our rafting tours you'll get to:

  • Meet and greet our friendly canine athletes.
  • Learn about the history of dog sledding, the various breeds, commands, and gear.
  • Help harness (this adventure is as hands on as you are comfortable with!)
  • Go for a wild ride behind a team of trained Alaskan Huskies ... many of which are rescues or second chance dogs.
  • Pet more dogs in one day than you thought possible.
  • **** You get to DRIVE the team!**** (at musher discretion for dog and guest safety)
  • Experience the thrill of an authentic dog sled ride... without the cold!
Rolling Dog Sled Rides in NH

White Water Rafting

The Pontook Dam Trip is a family friendly whitewater rafting adventure that goes along an absolutely gorgeous stretch of river and takes you down Class II & III whitewater that can get a bit technical depending on water level. Along this trip we'll play in the pour overs, try to catch some raft surfs, and nail a bunch of 2-3 foot breaking waves getting everyone in the boat soaked and leaving you exhilarated on a hot day.  On the way down the river you'll see an active eagle's nest and osprey sightings are common. Don't be surprised if you see the occasional bear, moose, or deer along the riverbank!  

White Water Rafting in NH

SUNDAY RIVER RESORT

Ride the Chondola up to Sunday River's North Peak to take in views of the Sunday River Valley and Mahoosuc Mountain Range. Fly through the woods on a zip line, or visit our Mountain Bike Park with 25 trails of lift-serviced downhill terrain that stretches out for over 20 miles. Ranked at one of GOLF Magazine's Top 100 Courses You Can Play, the Sunday River Golf Club offers 18 holes of spectacular mountain golf in one of the most beautiful settings you'll find anywhere.

 

Sunday River Ski Resort

The Polar Caves

A Family Adventure Since 1922. Self-guided cave tours, Nature Trails, Waterfowl and Animal Exhibits, Maple Sugar Museum, the Glacial Boulder Maze, Klondike Mines, and the Polar Mining Expedition Sluice. Experience Nature at her finest. Enjoy the peaceful woodland setting for an hour or a day. Flat-soled walking shoes and outdoor clothing recommended. “Bring your own” Picnic Area.

The Polar Caves

Gondola Rides & Zip lining down Wildcat Mountain

“#1 scenery in North America!” (SKI Magazine). Experience the ZipRider,™ NH’s newest thrill ride— soar ˝ mile over trees, ski trails, and a river at up to 45 mph, while taking in majestic mountain scenery. Then ride the Wildcat Express Gondola Skyride to the 4,062' summit—in 12 minutes! Views of Mt. Washington, Tuckerman Ravine, and Presidential Range offer memories and photo opportunities. Enjoy a lunch n’ ride package and take a picnic with you—walk a mile to Thompson Brook Falls or along part of the Appalachian Trail. Café, 9-hole lift-serviced disc golf, special events all summer. Dog-friendly.

Gondola Ride, Zip Lining Down Wildcat Mountain

Driving tours of the beautiful White Mountains – Maps available

Hiking and biking maps also available

White Mountains of NH

ATV Riding


Timberland is located just 5 miles from a convenient trail access point in Gorham on Route 2. There is plenty of parking and you will be able to ride right to Jericho State Park for miles of ATV fun! Ask for your trail maps at check in.
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Moose Poop ATV Tours

If you're looking for a family adventure, amazing scenery, unique wildlife, or a difficult trail, we can take you there and get you back! We have years of experience riding New Hampshire's north country trails. We know all the scenic & wildlife spots for fantastic photo opportunities. If you want to just ride, we know the difficult trails and the easy trails. Our goal is to make your visit to northern New Hampshire as fun, and as memorable, as possible!  Call for reservations 603-339-2157

Moose Poop Tours

NORTHEAST Snowmobile & ATV Rentals

Summer ATV Rentals:  They are renting the popular Polaris "side by side" ATV's.  Fun for all with the ease of operation, added stability, and enclosed safety features.  Located just 4 miles from the campground; in Gorham NH  Call for reservations 800-458-1838

NORTHEAST Snowmobile & ATV Rentals

Jericho Mountain State Park

Just a few miles northwest of downtown Berlin you will find one of the newest additions to the state park system. Jericho Mountain State Park provides opportunities for miles of trail riding for ATV, UTV, trail bike, and snowmobile enthusiasts alike. Open to the public, but still in development, the park will continue to have more miles added to the trail network over the next several years.

Throughout the park, visitors are treated to a number of scenic outlooks. Park guests can also enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing, or picnicking at Jericho Lake.

Jericho Mountain State Park

Jericho ATV Festival

Mud Pit racing, trail riding, demo rides, sponsor/vendor corral

 

Jericho ATV Festival

Jericho Motorsports

Berlin, New Hampshire, Arctic Cat, ATV, Snowmobile Dealer

Jericho Motorsports

Swimming

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Jericho Lake Park

Jericho Mountain State Park (also referred to as Jericho Lake State Park) is located in the White Mountains in Berlin, New Hampshire. The park was created in 2005 with the acquisition by the New Hampshire Division of Forests and Lands of two abutting properties: a 230-acre (0.93 km2) city park centered on Jericho Lake, and a 7,200-acre (29 km2) piece of private property to the south. The city park was established in the 1970s with the construction of Jericho Lake, a flood control reservoir built to regulate the flow of the Dead River through the city center of Berlin, located downstream. The city added a small recreational park adjacent to the lake which included a beach, bath houses, picnic sites with grills, and a shelter that is still used for functions to this day. The large private parcel was acquired by the state park system to provide a location for the first network of all-terrain vehicle trails on state land in New Hampshire.

Jericho Lake Park

Libby's Pool

The beach is clean and the water is clear.  The pool at Libby Recreational Complex is the perfect place to bring the family and spend the day. Located in Gorham. Small Day Use Fees

 

Libby's Pool

Golfing

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Moose Meadow Mini Golf

Moose Meadow Mini Golf offers an 18 hole course that is challenging and fun. Look out for our mechanical moose in the watering hole. Our course is beautifully manicured and is a great back drop for your photos.

Moose Meadow Mini Golf

Androscoggin Valley Country Club

18-hole public golf course. Provides course information, photographs, event calendar and contact information.

Androscoggin Valley Country Club

Balsams Golf Course

**CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS** Experience the best golf courses in New Hampshire designed by legendary golf architect Donald Ross.
Balsams Golf Course

Colebrook Country Club

Play one of the Great North Woods’ best kept secrets!

This beautiful 60-acre golf course is 9 holes, 2891 yards, and boasts a par 6 on hole #5 with 612 yards.  Some of the tee boxes are different on the back nine, lending the feel of an 18 hole course. 

Colebrook Country Club is open to the public.  We offer annual memberships, as well as daily fee play.  Tee times are first-come, first-served, so you may want to call ahead or check out our tournament schedule. 

Colebrook Country Club

Mountain View Country Club

Mountain View Grand Golf Course is nestled in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Guests will delight in this challenging mountain course with impressive natural terrain and impeccable playing conditions. The golf course offers commanding views in all directions, spanning three mountain ranges and 57 peaks! The views are so spectacular that many golfers complain they had a hard time keeping their eye on the ball.

Mountain View Country Club

Museums

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Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum

In 1973, the existing railroad station, which was built in 1907, was saved from destruction by the Gorham Historical Society. The building, architecturally unique building, contains displays on area and railroad history. The GHS continually works to expand museum exhibits dealing with the railroads, tourism, the forest products industry and it's residents.

Gorham Historical Society & Railroad Museum

The Moffett House

The museum is the former home and office of Dr. and Mrs. Irving Moffett. There are two floors of artifacts and books open to the public for viewing and research on a regular basis. The basement, which housed the doctor's office, is open only by appointment. Among the artifacts are extensive military memorabilia (uniforms from WWI to Desert Storm), photo albums, a full set of Brown Company Bulletins, largest collection of souvenir china in Coos County, town histories for surrounding towns and research assistance.

The Moffett House

Northern Forest Heritage Park

Located in the Androscoggin River Valley in the heart of New Hampshire's Great North Woods, the Northern Forest Heritage Park is a non-profit charitable trust whose mission is to preserve and interpret the history of the working forest and celebrate the multi-cultural heritage of the Great North Woods Region. The NFHP hosts forest, river and art exhibits, lectures, seminars, concerts, major cultural festivals, lumberjack competitions, special blacksmith demonstrations and special events.

Whale's Tail Water Park

Northumberland Historical Society Museum

The old Meeting House from c.1799; open late June- August (closed Wednesdays) from 8-3.

Northumberland Historical Society

The Poore Family Foundation

The Poore Farm Museum is a historic homestead / settlement  documenting one family's life from the 1830's to the 1980s. The house, barn and outbuildings are all in original condition and reflect their use and era. The feeling one gets when you enter the homestead is to step back in time, to a time that existed prior to rural electrification of the northern most regions of NH.

The Poore Family Foundation

Hikes

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Short Hikes

Crystal Cascade
Glenn Ellis Falls
Lost Pond
Rattle River Trail
Square Ledge
Thompson Falls

Short Hikes

Moderately Difficult Hikes

Pine Mountain Loop

Pine Mountain Trail
Moderately Difficult Hikes

Difficult Hikes

Glen Boulder
The Imp Trail
Nineteen Mile Brook Trail
Many More


Difficult Hikes

Covered Bridges

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Columbia-Lemington,VT — Columbia, 4 miles south of Colebrook village
Groveton Bridge — Groveton, East of Rt. 3, over the Ammonoosuc River
Mechanic Street Bridge — Lancaster, Spans the Israel River
Mt. Orne Bridge — Lancaster, between Lancaster and Lunenburg, VT 

Covered Bridges

Theaters and Performing Arts

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St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts

St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts provides a wide variety of cultural events for the enrichment of residents and tourists in the Androscoggin Valley.

Regular events have been held here since the Arts Center was first opened in November 2000, and an active future is foreseen as it continues to fulfill its new role as a venue for performing arts in northern New Hampshire.


St. Kerian Community Center for the Arts

 

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