You can fish in the rivers right at the campground as well as a couple local ponds a short drive down the road.
Below are a few of the local places to fish.
- French Pond – North Haverhill, NH – Locally renowned fishing pond featuring brown and rainbow trout, bass, pickerel, and perch. (4.8 miles)
- Pearl Lake – Lisbon, NH – Fishermen will find a variety of fish including rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, pickerel, smallmouth buffalo and bullhead. (9.5 miles)
- Ammonoosuc River – Bath, NH – High quality fishery for both cold and warm water species. Stocked annually with Atlantic salmon, rainbow, brook and brown trout. (.3 miles)
- Wild Ammonoosuc River – Bath, NH – Stocked by the state, you can find brook, brown and rainbow trout. (at Twin River Campground)
- Long Pond – Benton, NH – Surrounded by the White Mountains, Long Pond is at an elevation of 2170 feet. A quiet and peaceful place to visit. The pond is stocked yearly with brook trout. (10 miles)
Twin River Campground is located at the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. Our proximity to the stunning beauty of some of New Hampshire’s finest mountains provides unique opportunities to discover and explore!
Below are a few of the closer hikes:
Kinder Forest – Briar Hill Rd. North Haverhill, NH (3.5 miles away)
Mount Gardner Lone Oak Trail – Abbot Ave. Bath, NH (4.2 miles away)
Black Mountain via Benton Trail – Howe Hill Rd. Benton, NH (6.5 miles away)
Mount Moosilauke via Beaver Brook Trail – Rte 112 Woodstock, NH (14.3 miles away)
Mount Moosilauke via Ravine Lodge Trail – Rte 118 Woodstock, NH (26.5 miles away)
Additional Hikes – Visit White Mountain Attractions Page
Bethlehem Country Club (22.6 miles)
- 1901 Main Street, Bethlehem, NH
Blackmount Country Club (7.7 miles)
- 400 Clark Pond Rd, North Haverhill, NH
Bradford Golf Club (16.5 miles)
- 150 Memorial Field, Bradford, VT
Maplewood Golf Course (24.1 miles)
- 2691 Main Street, Bethlehem, NH