Since 1992 PRO SPORT INC., has managed and maintained several campgrounds throughout the beautiful and scenic White Mountain National Forest of New Hampshire. The White Mountains encourage a variety of exciting outdoor adventures! Whether you enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing or kayaking Pro Sports INC., offers a great New Hampshire camping experience for the whole family.
Pro Sports provides clean and safe camping accommodations. All campgrounds feature a family camping environment, maintain quiet hours and are maintained by concessionaires. While some site offer reservations all sites are First Come, First Served, a host will be able to direct you to a campsite. News and Information Site Fee Increase:
Hancock, Jigger Johnson and Russell Pond fees have increased from $22. to $24. per night. Big Rock, Campton, Passaconaway, Blackberry, Covered Bridge and Dolly Copp increased from $20. to $22. per night, Sugarloaf 1 and Basin increased from $18, to $20 per night, Sugarloaf 2, Zealand, Wildwood, Waterville, Wildriver, Coldriver and Hastings all increased from $16, to $18. All campgrounds increased fees by $2. per night. South Pond increased from $5. to $7. Showers have increased from $2. to $2.50. Costs such as trash pickup, police patrols, supplies, insurance, taxes, maintenance and general supplies have gone up considerably in the last several years. We hope you understand the need for the increase and that we still offer many campgrounds at the low fee of $18. and $20. per night. Tripoli Road fees are $22. for the whole weekend and $17. for the entire midweek, so if you stayed Monday through Sunday it would only be $39. per car. OPEN: HANCOCK AND BARNES FIELD ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND – Blackberry, Hancock and Osceola Vista are open until November. All other campgrounds are closed for the season. Campton” GROUP” area is CLOSED permanently , the only GROUP areas “OPEN” are Osceola Vista and Barnes Field