NH Camping Weekend
There’s something about nature, landscape, mountains, trees, ocean and even the sound of the wind that makes my soul want to scream, Freedom! I know it may sound corny but it’s a unique feeling with adrenaline that rushes through my veins when I’m up for an adventure or about to explore new places. My motto is
“Life is short, live it. Love is rare, grab it. Anger is bad, dump it. Fear is awful, face it. Memories are sweet, cherish them”
We spent the weekend at KOA Campground located at Lisbon NH. This secluded campground is an extraordinary base for exploring the White Mountains of NH and Vermont’s Green Mountains. A few things about this place. The KOA Littleton is a beautiful small campground. They give you the option to rent a cabin, tent or rent a RV space. We decided on a tent because we wanted to do something different and experience the real deal of camping. We camped at a walking distance from the Ammonoosuc River. It gets even better if you place your beach chair in the middle of the river, drinking Orchards and kick back like we did. There are a few activities to do while staying there. From Art/Craft, Tie Dye’s/Totes, Painting Rocks to Ice Cream, Pancakes and many more. Kids and pet friendly and clean facilities. Although our first night was an odd and awkward stay. Thanks to our lovely neighbor, who decided to yell at us “Quiet Down” an hour after we got there and settled down. Mind you that we drove 3hrs from home to NH after work and all we wanted was to set up the tents, eat and sit around the fire pit. I have to say the only downfall was the sites being too close to each other with no privacy at all. Especially if you’re tenting. Overall it was a nice camping weekend. We spent all day hiking different trails and mountains. Speaking about hiking, last minute I ended up bringing my 5 yr old daughter Destiny, due to babysitting issues. That’s what I call “life of a mommy”. I was impressed by how well she did. I was expecting her to be cranky and whining since this was new to her and there were no other kids around. I was so wrong. She hiked three different trails and slept in a tent for the first time without a single complaint. Oh! And how am I going to forget about the best pancakes in NH. Stay tuned guys. I will talk about that on my next blog 🙂
Have you had any good or bad camping experiences? If so, feel free to share about them down below.
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