NEW YORK — You may not know it, but there are a few new places to camp in New England every year.
The top spots are New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont and Connecticut, according to the National Camping & Tourism Association, which counts hundreds of spots in the region each year.
Campers can stay in a tent or RV, or just take a look at the campsites at a glance.
Here are some of the best spots to camp this winter.
New England’s top 10 spotsCampgrounds in New Hampshire:Buckhead Campground:Campers who want a spot to camp will be hard-pressed to find one of New England’s best, according the New Hampshire State Parks Association.
The state’s top campsites are Buckhead, which offers three campsites and four RV sites.
New Hampshire’s most popular sites are located on Route 1 near White Plains and the Campsite near the Blue Ridge Parkway, which have both a tent and RV.
Other popular sites include the New York State Park, along Route 17 in Hanover, on the eastern shore of Cape Cod, and at the top of the Cape Cod Coast Highway.
New Hampshire’s top two sites are both along the Cape, and they are just across the border in New Jersey.
Campgrounds at Cape Cod are also popular with campers from New York and New Jersey, who have found more space at the New England area’s most famous campsite, Cape Cod Campground.
Campground in the Catskills: The Catskill Campground is a popular spot for winter visitors from New England.
The campground offers a small tent and two RV sites with four sites each, and is the third best-rated campground of the three, according NPSA.
The campground has a campground with three RV sites and one tent, but the most popular site is at the Camp Site, which is a tent site.
Tent sites can also be found at several campsites along the Catskill River, including the Campground at the Water Gap, Camp Site at the Whaler, Campsite at the Riverhead and Campsite on the Hudson.
The Catskines, located about four miles east of Boston, also offer a campsite and a tent at a nearby campground.
A campground on Route 30 in Burlington is popular with winter visitors, according its website.
The Vermont-based campgrounds have a good variety of sites, ranging from two to five sites.
Campground at Mount Lebanon:The Mount Lebanon Campground offers camping, showers, bathrooms and grills for up to 40 people.
The site also has a large, open grassy area and the option to have a picnic, according Camping New England, which ranks the sites.
The New Hampshire Parks and Recreation Department also has some good sites in the state.
The largest site is Mount Lebanon Park, which has six sites that offer three sites per tent.
Other sites are at the State Park at Mount Lafayette, the Rock Gap at the Point and the Waterfall Campsite.
The state’s second most popular camping site is in Northampton, New Hampshire, which also has three sites.
In the state’s south, the most populated area is the Cape Town, South Africa, which hosts the Cape Park at Cape Town.
It is a well-traveled area with several sites to explore.
Campsites in New Brunswick:The Campsites at Cape Canaveral offer camping, shower, showers and bathrooms for up the 40 people per tent, according New Brunswick Parks & Recreation Department.
The site also offers a large open grass area, a large tent area, and the ability to camp at a tent park.
Other campgrounds include the Campsites of St. John’s, St. Thomas, and St. Johns, as well as the Camp Sites of Brunswick and Stony Brook.
The most popular campgrounds are located in the northern part of the state, according The Campgrounds of New Brunswick.
Camp sites at Cape Breton, New Brunswick, are the top destination campgrounds in the area.
Camp grounds are popular with tourists from the state of New Jersey who have spent a lot of time in the eastern New England states.
Campsite in North Bergen: The Campsites in Bergen offer camping for up 40 people each, according NJ Parks.
A few sites have showers, but most have grills, and you can also get a campsites package.
The campsites range in size from two tent sites to four sites.
Other sites include at the Lake of the Isles, Campsites on the Bay, Camp Sites on the Atlantic Ocean, Camping in the Woods, Campgrounds at the Blue, Campers at the Cape and Campsites off Route 23.
Camping in Maine: Maine’s best camping spots are at Campsites located along the Kennebec River, along the Maine-Massachusetts border, and on the Kenosha