NH, those are pretty pictures of New Hampshre. Shows a nice variaty riding terrain.
We do lots of camping. From sleeping in the Gooseneck to packing in simple dome tents to packing in a complete wall tent with wood buring stove. During the summer, I often just drive up someplace the night before, do an evening ride, sleep in the trailer, get up and do a good saturday all day ride and come home.
In cooler weather, quick over night trips, or if we expect a rainy night, I often stay in the gooseneck of the trailer. It's dry, I have a nice mattress, But it does get a little cramped. We usually just pull off the road in a wide spot and set up the highlines for the horses.
When the temps warm up in the summer, we will pack in lite dome tents and set up camp some where along the ride. Usually by a mountain lake we want to fish.
For hunting season, Where we will leave the tent for several weeks and it often has lots of snow, we set up a wall tent, pack in a cylinder wood stove and cots. Home away from home.