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White Ledge USFS, NH

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 White Ledge Campground is a small USFS facility located in the town of Albany, NH, about 6 miles south of Conway on NH Route 16. This is a popular campground for folks interested in climbing Mt Chocorua, with a trail starting right at the campground. There are 28 campsites, with about half suitable for RV's.

Date of visit: Jun 2018

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There are two loops of campsites. The first loop one sees upon entering the campground features several sites that are more open than most. This is site 2.

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Sites 4 and 5 also see some sun.

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Proceeding on around the first loop we come to sites 6 and 7. These are walk-to tent sites.

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Site 8, located more in the woods, is another of the walk-to tent sites.

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Site 10 is a pleasant site with a bridge over a small stream for access.

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Sites 12 and 13 are walk-to tent sites.

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Site 14 is the first site in the second loop.

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Another walk-to tent site, number 19.

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Sites 23 and 25 are two of the sites that are quite level and more suitable for RV's.

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Site 24 is a nice site....except the highway is right behind it, making it rather noisy. If you enjoy more peace and quiet, I would suggest you avoid sites 21-28, which are all in this same area.

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There are three vault toilets in the campground.

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The pay station is located at the entrance to the campground. Campers are required to pay within a half-hour of arrival. There is a Campground Host available to assist campers with questions.

Fees: $18

(Golden Age/Golden Access passes honored for 50% discount)

Reservations accepted through Recreation.gov

Amenities

Central Water

Vault toilets

Generator hours: 0800--1000 and 1700-1900

Sites more suitable for RV's: 2-4, 9,10,14, 23-27

 Activities

 Hiking, Hunting

Entrance gate coordinates: 43.953367, -71.213474

Elevation: 784'

white Ledge map