Paddling the Pemi - a popular activity in Campton during warm summer months

Campton's Safety Complex & Town Offices

Campton NH is 251 years young!

The Campton Dam at Intersection of Routes 49 and 175

Campton's Restored Covered Bridge, looking north

Ellsworth Hill's breathtaking views

Campton and Thornton share a Fire Dept.



10 Gearty Way, Campton, NH 03223

Campton, NH

POPULATION:  3300  (+/-)


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Explore the Foothills of the White Mountains

Rich with natural and historic treasures, incorporated in 1767, Campton is 251 years young! Located off I-93 at exits 27 and 28, Campton is bordered by the Pemigewassett River. Historic markers dot the streets at schoolhouses, churches, and three handsome covered bridges–most notably the Blair Bridge which is one of the longest in New England.
Campton offers amenities for young and old in the Heart of 603. Gateway to the Whites, we have recreation in abundance!

— Carina Park, Town Administrator, Campton, NH

Fun facts about Campton:

Campton was the birthplace of Sylvester Marsh, the engineer who designed and built the Cog Railway to the summit of Mount Washington.

Blair Bridge dates from 1869, replacing an 1829 bridge that was burned by an arsonist who claimed God told him to do it.


Bluegrass Festival, Branch Brook Campground, first week in August

Campton Parks and Recreation Department
1110 NH Route 175
Campton, NH 03223

For more information, call 603-254-7339


SCHOOLS: SAU #48; Campton Elementary School (Grades K-8), 603-726-3931, 1110 NH Route 175, Campton;

Plymouth Regional High School (Grades 9-12), 603-536-1444, 86 Old Ward Bridge Rd. Plymouth