Campton, New Hampshire 03223
Campton NH Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
First granted in 1761, the town was probably named Campton by Governor Benning Wentworth in honor of his friend Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington. Compton was influential in Wentworth’s becoming governor in 1741. The town of Campton, NH has three covered bridges, including Blair Bridge, which is more than 292 feet long – the second longest Covered Bridge which is entirely within the state.
George's Seafood & BBQ, 588 Tenney Mountain Hwy, Route 25, Plymouth, NH 03253 | 603-536-6330
George’s Seafood and Bar-B-Que restaurant is a great year round family eatery nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains in Plymouth NH. Serving fresh seafood, steaks, burger and sandwiches. Clambakes, Fried Seafood, Chowders, Surf N' Turf, BBQ Ribs. Daily specials. Combo Baskets, Kid's menu available. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.
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Owl's Nest Resort, 40 Clubhouse Lane, Thornton, NH 03285 | 603-726-3076
5-star hotel experiences, spectacular (Nicklaus Designed) golf in the White Mountains & phenomenal dining with panoramic views. Visit us soon! And an unforgettable wedding setting where memories are made.
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Campton New Hampshire was the boyhood home of Sylvester Marsh, builder of Mount Washington’s Cog Railway. Today, Campton is a popular vacation destination. Campton, NH includes the villages of Blair, Campton Hollow, Lower Campton and West Campton, is home to Blair State Forest and Livermore Falls State Forest. Campton usually has an annual Heritage Day or Old Home Day Celebration. The event commonly takes place in August. Contact the Campton Town Hall for more information.
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