Beech Hill Campground and Cabins

Twin Mountain, White Mountains, New Hampshire, 03595, United States | Campground
 

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Long hot day with cool spells

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie

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Kathy, Wayne and I left Quispamsis, just east of Saint John around 8:30 this morning. We had a lovely drive on excellent roads with little traffic all the way until around Bangor. I must admit that the years of road construction have really made a difference: shoulders on the highway, passing lanes, divided highway in NB. Oddly, it was crystal clear ...

Day 10/11 Franconia Notch New Hampshire

A travel blog entry by blakekelsey

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... ice age into deep V shaped gorges, while the granite remains! There were a few covered bridges in the park that we walked across that dated back to the 1800’s as well.

We then drove to Echo Lake, which is also within the park. We soaked up some sun on a beach that sat on a quiet mountain river fed lake. You could see the impressive ski slopes of Franconia Notch to our right as we sat in the middle of the mountain valley. It was fun ...

Heading North

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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We transitioned from Hinsdale, NH to St. Johnsbury, VT today.

We had heard that the area was experiencing high pollen (guessing it is pine pollen). We noted at the last couple of parks that the coach and Jeep were covered in a yellow dust. However, as we drove north, the wind picked up, we were amazed at the pollen "dust" clouds that were stirred up with the wind! ...

Climbing Mount Washington

A travel blog entry by haylowey

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... side of the mountain. On the opposite side (west), you could take the Cog Train up the mountain to the summit or drive up on the 'Auto Road'. We chose the east side, mainly because we wanted to take in the views that only hikers would have. It's no fun if it is easily accessible. We had, however, talked about hiking up and taking the Cog down. That would have meant we'd be on the commercial, touristy side. We stuck with the east. Worst case, if ...

First day in the White Mountains

A travel blog entry by haylowey

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Although a fair distance from the Atlantic Ocean and any sea-dwelling creatures, we had the potential for altogether different encounters with wildlife here in the White Mountains. Leaving the quaint isolation of our mountain cottage on Puggy Huddle was hard (it's just so beautiful), but we ventured out and did some exploring through the White Mountains. Whipping southeast through the mountains, we drove faster than the following weather could move. Although not built ...

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This campground, located in Twin Mountain, is near Bretton Woods Mountain Resort, Crawford Notch, Lincoln Woods, and Appalachian Trail.
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