Thornton, NH


Thornton: This town lies between Plymouth and the Lincoln/Woodstock area, and three north-south highways (I-93, US 3 and New Hampshire 175) cut through it. In addition, one must go through Thornton to get to Waterville Valley either on New Hampshire 49 or Tripoli Rd.

Thornton has six campgrounds or camping areas ranging from RV parks with full facilities to primitive campsites in the national forest. The town also has several cabins for rent and a couple of motels.

Did you know? Thornton is home to the White Mountain Boogie & Blues Festival, the largest outdoor blues festival in New Hampshire.
 

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