Bear Tree Cabins

Address: 118 Glen Rd, Pittsburg, White Mountains, New Hampshire, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 118 Glen Rd, Pittsburg, is near Connecticut Lakes Region, Lake Francis State Park, and Connecticut River.
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    Layover at Lopstick

    A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Oct 05, 2015

    35 photos

    ... with this country's preoccupation with guns and hunting. The local store sold everything from food to ammunition and gear to hold a moose's legs apart so that they can gut it before carrying the carcass out of the forest. All we want to do is to see one - hard to accept that people want to hunt them for sport. Bear hunting is about to begin again in Maine after a recent referendum resulted in a lifting of the moratorium. So sad ...

    Ah! USA.....where's da moose?

    A travel blog entry by tc-mike-travels on Oct 11, 2011

    22 photos

    ... of old boys out by the fire...this is bird hunting season, and the last weekend for fishing.....a sportsman's cell phone coverage....just about as remote as you can get in the US!

    The dinner was great, as was the breakfast. We watched the hunters disappear in their camouflage ATVs with the guns on the side, and the dogs on the back......hilarious....


    Fall Foliage and "The Elusive Moose"

    A travel blog entry by 3reds on Sep 24, 2010

    12 photos

    ... br> Apparently moose are in abundance in northern New Hampshire, "You'll see one" was what many locals told us. Three separate searches and the moose still eluded us. we looked early evening, late evening and again at 5am the next morning - nothing. The only thing we managed to find was some wet moose tracks going across the road and a stuffed one in the general store!

    Errol, like most of New Hampshire and Maine is big on the outdoors - ...

    After the border

    A travel blog entry by bradford_may on Aug 08, 2010

    Needing gas I pulled into a Gulf station....ugh...$3.20 A GALLON FOR HIGH TEST.... guess it's so high because they are next to the is what it is when the reserve light is on. We are now on VT 114 and tracing the VT/CN border for awhile before turning south on VT114. This is some spectacular riding in the Northeast Kindom (NEK) of VT. Eventually VT114 turns south through the Kingdom State Forest....another well protected and beautiful piece of NE ...

    Canadian Lunch

    A travel blog entry by bradford_may on Aug 08, 2010

    1 comment

    After some dirt roads and our all too brief stay in Canada we are headed back to the US. But not without first stopping for lunch at a small diner before the border. And if your in Quebec Poutin is always a must off the menu. French Fries and gravey...brown gravy that is wonderfully tasteful and thick..... Well it was time to head for the ...