This is located in the White Mountains National Forest in New Hampshire. The campground has 28 sites in a wooded area for about $17 dollars a night but with the golden age pass $8 a night. It is on the Kancamagus Highway and not far from the village of Lincoln and the information and hiking center for this area. One can walk to the Pemigewasset River to fish. There are a number of National Forest campgrounds in this area. There are no showers or hookups available. It was Ok, just depends what type of camping you like. In the summer most of these campgrounds on this highway are filled by Friday afternoon and sometimes during the weeks. This is one of the National Forest campgrounds that are open in the winter for skiers. All of these National Forest campgrounds are on a self-pay system so make sure you have the exact change to put into the envelope. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have the perfect campsite – T20 - looking straight out our front window is the river and a brook to the side. There is a cute little pond with ducks behind us. We have a 30 foot motorhome with toad that fit easily in this space. The location for Franconia Notch and the Kanc Hwy is very convenient. The Fall colors are already outstanding and the scenery and hiking couldn’t be better. I thought we would have trouble reserving end of September, but this park and all the others are mostly empty. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I have been traveling all summer. This park is by far one of the best ones we have stayed at. The bathrooms are very clean. The park is very well maintained. Staff very friendly and helpful. Great location for touring the White Mountains. I would have given the park a "10" if they had pull throughs. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great Park, was clean and quiet. Sites are flat and most appear easy to get into. Park is open year round, first come first serve no reservations. Tent sites are walk-ins and there is only about 25 RV sites. Firewood is sold on site. Has easy access to Lincoln, NH and WMNF. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a National Forest Campground on the Kancamagus Highway near the village of Lincoln and the Franconia Notch area of New Hampshire. It is near Loon Mt for skiing and there is a bike trail from Loon into the village of Lincoln where one can find stores and places to eat. The bike trail runs along the river and is very nice especially in the fall when the leaves are turning. This campground was $18 a night and half price for the golden age pass. It has two loops. The sites are large and shaded. There are no hookups or showers. There is a tent section that is beautiful. The sites are private and along the Pemigewasset River river. One can walk to the river and in the summer months there are a number of places to swim in your own private area. There are a lot of hiking areas in the White Mountains – it is a beautiful area. We really enjoyed this campground and plan to return. It is one of the most popular campgrounds in the White Mt. region. It is open in the winter without facilities for winter campers many who cross country ski or downhill at Loon or Cannon. We camped here in a 25 foot motor home and no problems getting in – in September and October but heard that it does fill up quickly in the summer. All of these National Forest campgrounds are on a self-pay system so make sure you have the exact change to put into the envelope. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is another National Forest campground in the White Mountains to the west of the village of Lincoln. It fills up in the summer on weekends, but when we were there in the fall 2006, there was only one other camper midweek and the host was not there. It costs about $17 a night and half for golden age. It has bathrooms but no showers or hookups. Across the street the Ammonoosuc River runs by and it is a pretty walk and picnic area. You can see the Mts. on a clear day. It is a quiet campground. We did not see any wildlife but moose have been spotted here often. All of these National Forest campgrounds are on a self-pay system so make sure you have the exact change to put into the envelope. We camped here in a Motorhome.