Tubing

Tubing

Tubing at the Junction is one of the New River Valley's favorite traditions.

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Camping

Camping

New River Junction is one of the area's most popular campgrounds.

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Camper Cabin Rentals

Camper Cabin Rentals

New for 2020! No RV, No Problem! Check out The Blue House and Camper Cabins

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New River Junction is accepting reservations for the 2021 season!
Spring is here and we’re ready to see everyone soon.

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New River Junction
New River Junction
Every year some researchers come down to NRJ around the end of February to search for salamanders. It's always fun and exciting to see what they find. This year, females swollen with eggs! I asked George Brooks if he would give us a quick lesson on these cute critters and this is what he had to say:

Spotted salamanders are members of the mole salamander family, and spend most of their lives underground. They can live up to 20 years in the wild! Typically with the first warm rains of spring, spotted salamanders migrate to breeding wetlands under the cover of darkness. They require seasonally flooded wetlands that are free from fish so that their eggs and larvae are not eaten. Unfortunately, these types of wetlands are not currently protected in the US, and are being lost as a result of land-use change.

Thanks for the fantastic pictures and information, George!
New River Junction
New River Junction
Beautiful day on the river!
New River Junction
New River Junction
Snowy day on the river!
New River Junction
New River Junction
It’s a white Christmas on the river! Happy holidays from New River Junction.
New River Junction
New River Junction
Still a whole lot of water coming by but much lower than yesterday!
New River Junction
New River Junction
New River Junction
High water brought to you by Hurricane Eta.