Jericho Mountain State Park RV & Campground Guide

New Hampshire

Just outside of Berlin, Jericho Mountain State Park offers plenty of fun for the outdoor enthusiast. There are several trails for bikes, ATVs, and snowmobiles. Along with that, you can enjoy fishing, swimming, or canoeing in the crystal-clear lake. The weather in this New Hampshire state park does change throughout the year, but it tends to stay cold. You should prepare for temperature swings in the 50s for the summer and single digits during the wintertime.

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Spring 12-32 F
Summer 41-54 F
Fall 22-39 F
Winter 3-25 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Jericho Mountain State Park

Jericho Mountain State Park is home to a good number of things to see and do in this part of New Hampshire. From camping to picnicking, you'll never be bored in this natural wonderland. When it's time to settle down for your stay, you can find several comfortable campgrounds throughout the local area. With an RV rental from RVshare, the perfect vehicle is waiting for your trip. Once you hit the open road, RVshare provides excellent customer service with exclusive roadside service and RV insurance. If you're ready for a memorable vacation, make sure to book your RV rental with RVshare.

Jericho Mountain Campground

If you want to stay in the middle of the action, consider booking a reservation at Jericho Mountain Campground. At this spot, you can connect to over 75 miles of trails. The campground also has a day-use area with a beach, boat launch, and pavilion. The RV campsites are $25 per night, and you can book from May through November.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Modern toilet and laundry facilities

Sunshine Valley RV Park

For those who want to enjoy a little peace and quiet, make sure to stay at Sunshine Valley RV Park. The sites range from 45 to 125 feet long, and they're all pull-through for added convenience. All the 28 RV sites feature rustic fire pits and picnic tables. When you're there, this location has zero light pollution, making it the perfect place to view the night sky. Like most campgrounds, Sunshine Valley is close to ATV, biking, and walking trails.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Food delivery services

Cedar Pond Campground

The Cedar Pond Campground is located in New Hampshire's Great North Woods area. The campground is open from May to September, and they offer 24 full-service RV sites. If you want a tent site, some of them are equipped with water and electricity. While this is a pet-friendly location, pets are not allowed in the on-site cabins. You have access to the 79-acre pond on the property, and there's an area roped off for swimming as well as space for canoeing, kayaking, and fishing around the campground. For those ATV fans, the campground is located on an access road that connects to the Ride the Winds Trail system. There are various rates for weekday, weekend, monthly, and seasonal visitors.

  • Water hookup: Yes

  • Electrical hookup: Yes

  • Sewer hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Other amenities: Cable television and canoe rentals

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What to Do at
Jericho Mountain State Park

Inside Jericho Mountain State Park

Jericho Mountain is just a few miles from Berlin, and it's one of the newer state parks in New Hampshire. Many visitors head to this location to hit the trails. In the summer, there's even the Jericho ATV Festival. Along with that, Jericho Mountain is a great place to reconnect with nature. While you there, you'll want to stop by the visitor center and learn more about this fascinating part of the state.

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How to Get to
Jericho Mountain State Park

If you travel from I-93, you need to take Exit 35 to Route 3. Make sure to follow Route 3 to Route 115 N. This stretch of road will turn into Route 2 and Route 16. Once you've reached Route 110, follow the signs to Jericho Mountain State Park. For those visitors coming from I-95, take Route 15 N to Route 110 W. You can simply follow the Jericho Mountain State Park signs to enter the park.

Entering Jericho Mountain State Park

Jericho Mountain welcomes visitors throughout the year. New Hampshire residents over the age of 65 are admitted for free. Children 5 and under can also enter for free. 

Jericho Mountain State Park Adults (under 65) : $4.0

Jericho Mountain State Park Children (ages 6-11) : $2.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Jericho Mountain State Park

What is the climate of Jericho Mountain State Park?

Jericho Mountain State Park is pleasant but wet in the summer and freezing with lots of snow in the winter. The average high for July is around 79 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest month, January, typically sees highs in the 20s.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Jericho Mountain State Park?

While walking through the heavily wooded trails at Jericho Mountain State Park, you might spot squirrels, raccoons, moles, or even a moose. White-tailed deer, coyotes, and bobcats also make their homes in the forest.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Jericho Mountain State Park?

The campground at Jericho Mountain State Park has nine designated spots for RVs. It opens in late May and closes on Halloween. Laundry, toilet, and shower facilities are available for campers.

Are pets allowed at Jericho Mountain State Park?

Feel free to stay in the campground and explore the trails with your pet by your side. However, don't bring them to the beach, the day-use area, or the cabins unless they're official service animals.

Is Jericho Mountain State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Disabled visitors can enjoy the park's accessible restrooms, parking spaces, wheelchair ramps, showers, and campsites. The campground has several paths that are wheelchair-friendly, including the trail to the lake. The cabins also meet ADA standards.