Wally Meadows At Purgatory Falls

Lyndeborough, New Hampshire

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A private creekside campsite

Come relax and recharge at Wally Meadows at Purgatory Falls campsite. The site is nestled in amongst the woods to give you a nice sense of privacy away from the everyday. Our site includes a bunkbed, sunshower, loo, picnic table, chairs, and more!

Enjoy the beautiful creek located on the property, a perfect way for campers to cool off on hot days and we even have a small waterfall for you to enjoy. The campsite is located near tons of hiking trails and preserves, including Purgatory Falls trailhead. Just less than 20 minutes away from the campsite is Wapack National Wildlife Refuge, Greenfield State Park, Miller State Park.

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