Heavy rain can create potentially dangerous and life threatening situations if attempting a water crossing or simply getting too close to take the perfect picture.
Refresh your water recreating safety knowledge before heading out on your trip.
Enjoy the last campground programs of 2015 this weekend. An annual event, visitors enjoy a wide variety of topics in one of our many campgrounds.
September 5 Programs:
Campton Campground: Skins and Skulls of Mammals of the WMNF
Russell Pond Campground: A Photographic Journey through the WMNF
Barn at Russell-Colbath Historic Site: Creatures of the Night - A Live Animal Encounter
Dolly Copp Campground: Edible Wild Plants
These programs begin at 7:00 PM. Learn more about the summer campground programs.
These programs are made possible by a partnership between the White Mountain Interpretive Association and the White Mountain National Forest.
The White National Forest manages more than 600 miles of roads. Many Forest roads provide land management- and user-related benefits, however roads that cannot be adequately maintained can be unsafe to visitors and threaten ecosystems. The road study will begin to help us prioritize our limited resources to effectively manage roads used by visitors and the accomplishment of our broad natural resource management mission.