Welcome to the amazing
White Mountain National Forest

From hardwood forests to majestic alpine peaks

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The White Mountain National Forest is in eastern New Hampshire and western Maine. On your visit, you will instantly see ranges from mountainous hardwood forests to majestic alpine peaks. Come experience the breathtaking scenery, clear mountain lakes and flowing streams, protected wildlife, and outdoor recreation opportunities year round. The moment you step foot on the ground, you will discover why this forest is one of the most pristine, gorgeous landscapes you will find in all of New England.
As you hike, bike, walk, or only there to genuinely admire the pleasant surroundings, you will undoubtedly see how visiting develops fond memories to last a lifetime. The majestic views are beautiful all year long. From gorgeous green trees in the spring to vivacious colors in the fall. 
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This is the ultimate place to experience for the whole family with the breathtaking views and incredible wildlife you can encounter. The cleanliness and quality of the air are relaxing and tranquil. White Mountain National Forest has much to graciously offer. Towering peaks for hiking, deep forests to explore, lovely streams for fishing and primitive campgrounds to enjoy. You can naturally find something to do every season! For the snow lovers, the winter months show off the mountains with their groomed ski trails. The delightful summer has Kancamagus Highway with rivers and streams for swimming. Spring and fall remain the ideal times to explore the hiking paths. While much of the areas are free to explore, there is an admission fee. 
White Mountain Pond
Come eagerly to see why this place is considered the nature lovers dream. Conveniently located at 71 White Mountain Drive, Campton, NH. Hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm You can contact them at (603) 536-6100 or dial 711 for TRS. Make sure to review their site regarding closures and safety alerts, forest maps and guides, passes and recreation fees.
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