Coleman State Park RV & Campground Guide

New Hampshire

Coleman State Park

in New Hampshire is along the shore of Little Diamond Pond, in the state’s north country. The pond is known for its trout fishing, and nearby streams are also great spots to catch something as well. You can also hunt, boat, snowshoe, and participate in many other outdoor activities at the park. There are even ATV campsites, so you can head right to the trail from your site. 

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Weather
Spring 11-59 F
Summer 48-70F
Fall 24-63 F
Winter 1-25 F
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Nearby Cities
Colebrook, NH
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Coleman State Park

Coleman State Park has 25 primitive RV campsites with dump station and restrooms nearby. Pets are welcome at the campground. If you choose to rent an RV, consider renting with RVshare. Every rental comes with nationwide insurance coverage, 24/7 roadside assistance, and a dedicated team that will work to make sure you have the perfect RV for your needs and your travel plans.   

There are other campgrounds nearby you can try as well:

Notch View Inn & Campground

The Notch View Inn & Campground in Colebrook is tucked into the mountains with beautiful views and fire pits so you can enjoy the outdoors in the evening. The campground is near hiking trails, ATV trails, fishing, canoeing, and more. The quaint town of Colebrook also has plenty of events year-round, including patriotic parades and fireworks...and an annual Moose Festival. 

  • Water hookup: yes
  • Electrical hookup: yes
  • Sewer hookup: yes
  • Wi-Fi: n/a
  • Pet friendly: yes
  • Other amenities: laundry, showers, firepits

Rudy’s Cabins & Campground

Rudy’s sports a 23-acre fly fishing pond, hiking trails, canoeing, boating, and ATV trails. There are also plenty of animals to watch, and shops and restaurants in two states (and two countries!).

  • Water hookup: yes
  • Electrical hookup: yes
  • Sewer hookup: yes
  • Wi-Fi: n/a
  • Pet friendly: yes
  • Other amenities: casino

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What to Do at
Coleman State Park

Inside Coleman State Park

There are lots of things to do at Coleman State Park. From water fun to other outdoor activities, here are some of the things you can do inside the park: 

ATVing: Riding Off Highway Recreational Vehicles is becoming a more popular activity in New Hampshire. There are now 1200 miles of trails open in New Hampshire for summertime OHRV riding. Coleman State Park has access to the trails, and even has campsites right next to the OHRV trails so you can ride right up to your site. 

Fishing: There is excellent trout fishing in Little Diamond Pond, and in nearby streams. There is a boat launch in the park for small fishing boats. 

Hiking: There are hiking trails in the park, and it’s at the northern terminus of the Androscoggin Trail, a hiking path that extends 55 miles south to Berlin.

Hunting: The park serves as an excellent base for fall hunting. 

Outside Coleman State Park

There’s a lot to do outside Coleman State Park as well! From visiting quaint covered bridges to browsing local handmade goods, you’re sure to find something to pique your interest. 

Restaurants

Parson’s Street

Whether you’re looking for a comfy couch seat in the lounge, or a quieter table for two in the dining room, you’ll enjoy a meal and the wine at Parson’s. Choose from steak, seafood, chicken, and more...and save room for dessert!

Type: American

Location: Colebrook, NH

Black Bear Tavern

The Black Bear Tavern serves up meat, fish, and poultry dishes along with daily specials. They also have a full service bar.

Type: Sports bar

Location: Colebrook, NH

Wilderness Restaurant

This casual eatery features meat, seafood, pasta, chicken, and more. They also have an extensive sandwich and sub menu for lunch as well.

Type: American

Location: Colebrook, NH

Shopping

Fiddleheads

This store features local and regional artisans from the U.S. and Canada. Shop bath and body, candles, jewelry, glasswork, and pottery.

Location: Colebrook, NH

Sightseeing

Columbia Covered Bridge

This covered bridge was built in 1912, and is just four miles from Colebrook. It’s the most northerly Connecticut River bridge that connects Vermont and New Hampshire. The bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Location: Colebrook, NH

Beaver Brook Falls Wayside

This small state park is 7.3 acres in size, and the waterfall makes it a popular place for hiking. There are also picnic tables and a shelter.

Location: Colebrook, NH

The Poore Farm Historic Homestead & Museum

The historic homestead & settlement shows one family’s life from the 1830s to the 1980s. The house, barns, and other buildings are just as they would have been originally. The museum is the last remaining, original 100-acre historic farm settlement in the area, and is a great historic landmark.

Location: Colebrook, NH

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How to Get to
Coleman State Park

From Colebrook: Head west on Pleasant St. toward US-3N. Turn left onto US-3S. Turn left onto NH-26E. Turn left onto Diamond Pond Rd. Turn left to stay on Diamond Pond Rd, and the destination will be on the left. 

The address for the park is 1166 Diamond Pond Rd, Stewartstown, NH 03576.

Entering Coleman State Park

There is an entry fee for Coleman State Park

Adults : $4

Children

Ages 6-11

There’s no better way to create memories with those you love than by heading out on a road trip! Renting an RV with RVshare makes the trip easy and stress-free. Whether you choose to rent an RV near your home and make the trek, or fly into New Hampshire and rent an RV for camping, you’re sure to have an adventure you won’t soon forget! We would love to see pictures of your travels - be sure to send us photos of your trip to [email protected] and tag us on social media. Your memories could be featured on our blog, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter page!