Dolly Copp Campground Renovation Project

Dolly Copp Campground in Gorham, NH is undergoing a multi-year renovation project. Many of the campground components were falling into significant disrepair; especially the water, wastewater and road systems. Buildings were in various stages of deterioration and few met the accessibility needs of visitors.

A crane prepares to move a new prefab toilet building into place.

Constuction on Dolly Copp continues in May as the campground opens for 2019 on May 24th. Photo: USDA Forest Service

Current Status

Campground will be open for 2019 starting May 24th. The north half of the campground is still closed for consturction and intermittent temporary closures may impact small areas of the south half of the campground on  short notice throughout the 2019 season. See current Dolly Copp area map for the most recent campground conditions

 

Campground Upgrades

 

The exterior of a newly constructed bathroom with an accessible path leading to it.Photo shows a urinal and two sinks, each spotless and new.Newly installed electric and water hookups adorn a campsite.

 

Upgrades that are planned during this rennovation include:

  • The water, wastewater and road systems will be reconstructed.Men work underneath a tall crane. They are installing a heavy cement culvert
  • Pedestal hookups with water and electricity will be installed within three campground loops (approximately 55 sites).
  • One sanitary dump station will be constructed.
  • Nine toilet buildings will be upgraded.
  • Three toilet buildings will be converted to add shower facilities.
  • Some campsites and roads will be reconfigured to improve access, traffic flow and parking.

For more information, contact the Androscoggin Ranger District Office at (603) 466-2713.





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