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Our address and GPS coordinates are:
79 First Crown Point Road, Strafford, New Hampshire 03884
N 43 17.150
W 071 04.083

From Massachusetts or Maine Interstate 95

In New Hampshire take exit 4 off I-95 North
or exit 5 from I-95 south to Route 16 / Spaulding Turnpike North.
Travel north on Route 16 for 21 miles to Exit 14 Ten Rod Road.
At End of Ramp turn Right then bare right at lights.
Go 1/8 mile, between Home Depot and Burger King turn right on to Twombley St.
Go 4/10 of a mile to end turn right onto 202 A West.
Go 1-1/2 mile to blinking light at Four Corners stay straight 202 a west.
Go 1/2 mile, bear left at fork in road, go 2 more miles to First Crown Point Road on your right
Turn right Campground is a 1/4 mile on the left

From Western New Hampshire or Vermont

From Interstate 93 exit 15 to Interstate 393.
From Interstate 393 in New Hampshire go East to Route 202 east / Route 4 East for 9.5 miles.
Until you come to the Epson traffic circle, go 1/2 way around, follow 202 East / Route 4 & Route 9 East (McDonald's is on your right). Follow for 11.3 miles to Northwood
In Northwood at a set of lights is the intersection of 202/4/9 and 43, turn left at this light on 202 East.
Go about 1/2 mile, turn left on to 202-A East, follow for 4.8 miles to Center Strafford .
At the intersection of Parker Mountain RD 202A East and Route 126 turn right on 202A.
Follow 202A for about 4 miles .
The campground is a 1/4 mile on the left side
(Don't take Second Crown Point Rd, this will not bring you there.)

From Northern New Hampshire

From Interstate 93 exit 15 to Interstate 393.
Take route 16 South to exit 15 Route 11
At end of ramp turn left, go straight.
Go 1/8 mile, between Home Depot and Burger King take right onto Twombley St.
Go 4/10 mile to end and turn right onto 202A West
Go 1-1/2 mile blinking light at four corners go straight thru 202A West.
Go 1/2 mile, bear left at the fork in the road, go 2 more miles to FIRST CROWN POINT ROAD.
Take a right, campground is a 1/4 mile on the left .

From Southern New Hampshire

From Interstate 93 exit 15 to Interstate 393.
Take route 125 North, from Epping to Lee traffic circle continue on 125 north for 6.4 miles to Barrington.
In Barrington turn left onto Greenhill Road, follow 2.5 miles to stop sign at intersection of 202.
Go straight thru on to Pond Hill Road, for 2.3 miles bear right at fork in road stay on Pond Hill Road .08 miles.
Follow to stop sign, at intersection go straight across onto FIRST CROWN POINT ROAD.
Campground is a 1/4 mile on the left.

Please note when using Map Quest it will send you 202 to 202-A in Rochester New Hampshire when it is easier to get off at exit 14 and follow our directions especially when in tow but both will get you to Crown Point Campground.

Area Attractions

For those that have more than just a passion for a camping trip and want to have an adventure, you can check out the many local Attractions in our area. Day trips for the entire family that can be found during your stay at Strafford KOA. Adventurous campers will find that they can go from golfing to a hiking trip at Blue Job Mountain or Parker Mountain. Your family will take in breathtaking views while having great Family adventures in the outdoors of New Hampshire. So whether taking a day trip to a local attraction or just hanging out at Strafford KOA, no matter what your idea for fun is there is something for everyone.

Monkey Trunks Adventure Park

Two nearby locations!

Monkey Trunks Adventure Parks are New England’s premier zipline adventure parks. Challenge yourself on obstacles 60' high, free falling on the Giant Swing, Rock Climbing and riding Ziplines! Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA campers receive $10 off per person at Monkey Trunks Adventure Parks!

Blue Job Mountain, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Blue Job Mountain

(7 minutes)

Blue Job Mountain has arguably the best view in Southern New Hampshire. It is because of the view, which spans from Mt. Washington to the north, Mt. Monadnock to the west and Atlantic Ocean to the east that make Blue Job Mountain a must hike. Though not an open summit like Cardigan or Monadnock, the short trip up to the top of the fire tower gives amazing views.

Rochester Fair, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Rochester Fair

(10 minutes)

With a demolition derby, NH’s largest midway, livestock, a circus, scrumptious food, giant hall exhibits, and more the Rochester fair is stepping up the traditional fair experience. Ensure your entire family enjoys a night out in Rochester by visiting the historic Rochester Fair!

Golfing - Nippo Lake, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Golfing - Nippo Lake

(11 minutes)

Not far from Barrington, Nippo Lake Golf Club offers terrific views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level. Well-groomed fairways and greens keep Nippo Lake Golf Club difficult yet friendly, and the staff can offer tips and tricks for playing your best round. Nippo Lake Golf Club is a terrific choice for your regular rounds of golf or a new destination for you and friends when visiting Barrington.

Golfing - Rochester Country Club, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Golfing - Rochester Country Club

(13 minutes)

Rochester C. C. is a public, 18-hole, par-72 golf course located on a 150-acre site nestled along the Cocheco River, offer beautiful views of a pastoral countryside. Once a private country club, they now are a semi-private club open to the public. This is truly a very special place to play that ANYONE can enjoy.

Antique Alley, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Antique Alley

(19 minutes)

The original Antique Alley is New England’s oldest antiques shopping district with more than 500 dealers in the towns of Northwood, Lee, Epsom, and Chichester. Variety, quality, and value have made New Hampshire’s Antique Alley a “must shop” for both dealers and collectors. Located along Route 4 (the old highway that connects the seaport city of Portsmouth to the capitol city of Concord), Antique Alley has been a antiquing destination since the early 1970’s. From early antiques “in the rough” to high-end period pieces, you’ll find it here!

Hilltop Fun Center, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Hilltop Fun Center

(21 minutes)

Fun for the whole family can be had at Hilltop Fun Center, featuring Laser Tag, Arcade, Mini Golf, Driving Range, Batting Cages, Rookie & Junior Go-Karts, Rock Wall & Jumper, Naskart and Slick Track! There is so much to do and experience. A great place to have hours of fun!

Parker Mountain - Hiking, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Parker Mountain - Hiking

(22 minutes)

Parker Mountain is a good beginner hike in Strafford, NH. The top can be reached quickly by the Spencer Smith trail from NH-126. The view from the top is somewhat limited, but some nice foliage can be seen during the fall.

New Hampshire Farm Museum, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

New Hampshire Farm Museum

(27 minutes)

The NH Farm Museum consists of two adjoining farmsteads situated on 50 acres located on Plummer’s Ridge in Milton, New Hampshire. The historic Jones Farm and the Plummer Homestead date to the late 18th century and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The farms were passed down in the same families for generations. The Museum is open to the public five days per week mid-June through Labor Day and on weekends during the shoulder seasons. There is a working farm growing heirloom varieties of vegetables for educational purposes. They keep a small selection of heritage breed farm animals to support their educational programs. They have displays of agricultural implements and educational exhibits on rural life and agriculture for the visiting public and many visiting school children. They offer guided tours of the farm and the historic Jones farmhouse.

Pittsfield Hot Air Balloon Rally, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Pittsfield Hot Air Balloon Rally

(30 minutes)

The Pittsfield Rotary Hot Air Balloon Festival (Pittsfield Balloon Rally) is a large and well known event in New Hampshire that takes place at Drake Field in Pittsfield. The Hot Air Balloon Festival has also been known as "The Balloon Rally." Which usually takes place the first weekend of August every year. Only 19 miles away, less than a half hour drive, it’s a sight you must see.

Deerfield Fair, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Deerfield Fair

(32 minutes)

Deerfield Fair in Deerfield NH is New England's Oldest Family Fair! Offering lots of events that take place on the fairgrounds year-round: horse shows, a sheep & wool show, dog agility competitions, radio festivals and of course our 4-day annual fair with many shows and an amusement park!

New Hampshire Motor Speedway, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

(43 minutes)

New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races each summer. The NHMS track is a 1.058-mile oval known for competitive racing.

Hampton Beach, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Hampton Beach

(43 minutes)

Hampton Beach State Park provides year-round recreation, with Atlantic ocean-front facilities situated along miles of sandy beach. Activities in the park include swimming, fishing, picnicking and much more!

Laconia Motorcycle Week, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Laconia Motorcycle Week

(51 minutes)

Often referred to as the Oldest National Motorcycle Rally, these roots reach back to the summer of 1916, when a Gypsy Tour gathered for several days at Weirs Beach on the southern shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. The legacy continues because of the unmatched scenic riding throughout the beautiful State of New Hampshire. Residents and businesses alike, welcome motorcyclists during the Rally every year in June.

Mount Washington Cruises, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Mount Washington Cruises

(Within an hour)

Mount Washington Cruises offers Scenic Cruises and Sunset Dinner Dance Cruises on Lake Winnipesaukee. The M/S Mount Washington visits 5 ports on Lake Winnipesaukee and takes on passengers in Wolfeboro, Meredith, Center Harbor and Alton Bay on alternating days of the week with daily cruises from Weirs Beach.

Lakes Region Attractions, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

Lakes Region Attractions

(Within an hour)

From the Lake Winnipesaukee hotspots like Laconia, Meredith and Weirs Beach, to quieter towns like Gilford and Sandwich. There are tons of Lakes Region attractions to choose from and enough to keep you entertained and laughing for your entire New Hampshire vacation! Start planning your family adventure now here at Strafford KOA!

White Mountains Attractions, near Strafford / Lake Winnipesaukee South KOA

White Mountains Attractions

(Under 2 hours)

The White Mountains region offers visitors one memorable experience after another. We’ve got easy walks and strenuous hikes, Donald-Ross designed golf courses, crystal clear mountain lakes and streams for swimming and boating, and sandy lakeside beaches just perfect for lying in the sun. The secenery is gorgeous, and you can see it out everywhere from the seat of your car, to a bicycle seat or the back of a horse.

Shopping? You know they’ve got shopping: tax-free shopping! Bargains are all around you, and there’s antiquing, live theatre and entertainment, and more–a lot more... you’ll need a whole season’s worth of vacations just to scratch the surface!