Area Status: Open
Located on the western portion of the Forest, the District offers a variety of recreational opportunities. Bisected by Interstate 93, you can jump off at exit 28 and escape up to Waterville Valley or push on a little further to exit 32 and relish the day traveling through the mountains on the Kancamagus Scenic Byway; challenge yourself at the world renowned Rumney Rocks Rock Climbing Area; seek renewal in the large and remote Pemigewasset Wilderness; brag about the one that got away at Russell Pond. Recreational opportunities seem limitless: hiking, camping, hiking, biking, fishing, skiing (alpine, cross country, and backcountry), snowmobiling, snowshoeing and much more.
At a Glance
||Several trails in the Greeley Ponds area were severely damaged during the tropical storm event August 2011. Hikers may encounter areas with large blowdowns, bridge washouts, and sections that have disappeared into streams.
||The district office is located at Exit 27, I-93 in Campton, NH. We have regional information, interpretive displays, and a retail area with maps, books, recreation passes and other items for sale. You can also usually find a Forest Service representative at the White Mountain Attractions Visitor Center at Exit 32, I-93 in Lincoln where you can obtain additional information on the many opportunities available on the White Mountain National Forest. Pemigewasset Ranger District, (603) 536-6100.