On Friday, May 1, New Hampshire Governor Sununu announced: “Stay at Home 2.0” that included guidelines for the opening of State Park and private campgrounds.
NH Parks’ reopening guidelines
Most importantly, let’s keep ourselves well. And let’s keep our communities, our parks, and natural areas healthy.
The coronavirus pandemic prevented NH Parks from conducting its usual campground preparation done in early spring.
“In the coming weeks, we will be preparing our campgrounds to open at 50 percent of normal capacity and hiring staff to operate the campgrounds,” according to the State Parks’ recent release. “Under Stay at Home 2.0, reservations will be limited to only New Hampshire state residents. … We want to get up and running as quickly as possible but need to make sure we do so safely.”
The state will soon announce when it will be able to accept reservations.
The division of N.H. State Parks offers camping in 23 natural settings, including at Mount Sunapee State Park. The state operates the Mount Sunapee campground, which is located outside the ski lease area, up a windy round, accessed from parking lot three.