Campton/Thornton

Shopping 6.7 Miles
Restaurants 5 miles
Golf Course 5 miles
Airport 60 Miles
Groceries 5 miles

Community Information


The towns of Campton and Thornton are scenic, rural, and wooded. The air and water are clean, the mountains are rugged, and the people are friendly. They are the gateway to the White Mountains with easy access to Waterville Valley Resort, Loon Mountain and Cannon Mountain providing world class winter sports and many summer activities.
The White Mountain National Forest located in both towns provides hiking, hunting, biking, canoeing, kayaking, climbing and miles of scenic drives. Fishing, boating, and swimming are available on the Pemigewasset and Mad Rivers, along with numerous lakes and ponds. In addition to the new championship Owls Nest Resort & Golf Club in Campton, there are half a dozen other golf courses within a 30 minute drive. White Mountain Country Club is located in Ashland, NH while the Jack O Lantern Golf Course is in neighboring Thornton. Horseback riding is a popular sport to young and old in the North Country. Rocky Ridge is located in Campton and offers trail rides. Visit Whales Tale Water Park in nearby Lincoln for a fun and wet day. The Hobo Railroad offers scenic train rides while the Dinner Train offers a fine dining experience. The area contains many antique shops, restaurants and other shopping opportunities while nearby annual events include the Pemi Valley Bluegrass Festival and the White Mountain Boogie and Blues Festival in Thornton every summer for the whole family to enjoy.

Directions

Campton/Thornton is located in Grafton County 20 minutes north of Plymouth. Exits 28 and 29 off of NH Rt 93 near Waterville Valley Ski Resort.

Community Vacation Homes


Owl`s Nest
  • 8 Guests
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Baths
  • Code: Greenscape 9, Owl`s Nest
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Campton/Thornton
  • 8 Guests
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Baths
  • Code: Route 175, Thornton- White Mountains
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