Here in New England, we thrive when packing our bags and driving off to go camping, spend time immersed in nature, and take a break from society.

Camping is an especially popular hobby in New Hampshire. In the past, we've shared tips regarding important camping necessities you'll need before your next excursion into the wild. The Dyrt, a website dedicated to all things camping, also shared the Top 10 Best Places to Camp in New England, giving the top spot to Dry River Campground up in the White Mountains.

Now, Trips to Discover has jumped on the bandwagon by giving their take on the 11 best places to camp in the Northeast, including two Granite State campgrounds.

Let's see which lucky spots made the list.

#1 – Jellystone Park in Glen Ellis

"It’s not just a campground, it’s Jellystone Park™!"

If this writer were to give camping a shot, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park would be a prime location contender. From campsites and cabins to a Water Zone, swimming hole, mini golf, laser tag, tennis and volleyball courts, tubing on the Saco, and more, this fun-filled glamping destination has everything you could possibly want. It's also just a quick drive away from Story Land and Mount Washington, so you'll never run out of things to see, do, and discover.

#2 - White Mountain National Forest

If you're looking for a more rustic camping experience, it's a no-brainer that this vast and expansive national forest is the place to visit. According to Trips to Discover, the White Mountain National Forest is filled with both "developed campgrounds and backcountry camping areas", the largest of which is Dolly Copp Campground near Mount Washington.

For a full list of camping and cabin options, click here.

Now, let's check out some other popular places to go camping in New Hampshire.

12 of the Best Campgrounds in New Hampshire

Gallery Credit: Megan Murphy

These Are the Wealthiest New Hampshire Towns, Based on Per Capita Income

NeighborhoodScout, an online database of US neighborhood analytics, shared the wealthiest New Hampshire communities based on per capita income. Here's what towns were listed.

Gallery Credit: Megan

More From 94.9 WHOM