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Camping at Rollins State Park

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Overview of Rollins State Park

Rollins State Park is located on the south slope of Mount Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire. The park offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, picnicking, and sightseeing, with incredible views from the summit of the mountain. The park is typically accessible from May to October, though dates can vary due to weather conditions.

Camping Information


  • Rollins State Park itself does not offer campground facilities.
  • Overnight camping can be found at nearby Winslow State Park, which is on the northwest slope of Mt. Kearsarge.
  • Other private campgrounds may be available in the surrounding area.

Campsite Amenities:

  • For exact amenities, check with the specific campground you plan to stay at.
  • At Winslow State Park, there are primitive campsites, meaning there are limited amenities and campers must be prepared to bring essentials and adhere to Leave No Trace principles.

Reservations and Fees

  • Reservations for campsites in New Hampshire state parks can usually be made online through the New Hampshire State Parks website or by calling their reservation line.
  • Fees for campsites vary depending on the park, the size of the campsite, and the amenities provided.

Hiking and Access

  • The park is known for the Rollins Trail, which is a less strenuous route to the summit of Mount Kearsarge.
  • The summit provides 360-degree views and is a major attraction for day hikers.
  • The road to the summit parking area is steep and winding, making it accessible to cars with good handling or alternatively, a short uphill walk for visitors.

Wildlife and Safety

  • The region may be home to various wildlife, including black bears. Proper food storage and disposal are imperative.
  • Weather conditions can change rapidly at high elevations, so hikers and campers should be prepared for a variety of conditions.

Leave No Trace

  • As with all outdoor activities, campers and hikers are encouraged to follow Leave No Trace principles to minimize their impact on the environment.
  • This includes packing out all trash, being considerate of wildlife, and respecting other visitors and park rules.


  • Check the official park details or call ahead to inquire about accessibility options if you or someone in your group has mobility issues.

Contact Information and Resources

  • For the most up-to-date information, it is best to check the official New Hampshire State Parks website or contact the park directly.
  • It's important to check local conditions, fire advisories, and any park alerts before planning your trip.

By considering all of the above, visitors can have an enjoyable and responsible camping experience in the vicinity of Rollins State Park. It's always recommended to plan ahead, make reservations as necessary, and stay informed about the local regulations and conditions.

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