Lodging & Dining
Planning a visit to the North Country begins with finding a place to spend the night.
Here, you’ll find a wide variety of overnight accommodations to suit any need, every budget and all locations, from “in-town” to out in the wilderness.
Those seeking luxurious accommodations may enjoy a place like Parsons Street in Colebrook, which offers luxury suites with large bedrooms, separate living areas, large baths and more. RiverEdge Inn has comfortable rooms, is near the scenic Mohawk River and is an easy walk to downtown Colebrook.
The North Country’s lodges are renowned for their comfortable accommodations and convenient access to some of the region’s best outdoor adventures. A place like Lopstick Lodge makes it easy to access the area’s vast network of snowmobile and ATV trails. They also can get you whatever you need for outdoor adventure, from renting snowmobiles, ATVs and kayaks to setting you up with expert hunting and fishing guides and outfitters.
If your idea of a fun vacation includes sleeping outdoors, the North Country also has several excellent campgrounds available. For family fun, Big Rock Campground in North Stratford has a large pool, horseshoe pits and more, while Ramblewood in Pittsburg has breathtaking views and a quiet atmosphere. For a wilderness experience, try Deer Mountain Campground in Pittsburg, which has 25 primitive campsites or Umbagog Lake State Park in Errol, which has 63 campsites.
Of course, this barely scratches the surface of all the lodging in the North Country. With so many cabins, bed and breakfasts, inns, motels and campgrounds to choose from, you’re sure to find lodging you love in the North Country.