Blackberry Crossing

White Mountain National Forest

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Passaconaway Road Albany, NH 03818 603-536-1315 603-528-8721

GPS: 44.007, -71.245

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Overview of Blackberry Crossing

Number of Sites 26

Elevation 885 ft / 269 m

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SarahWynde
Mount Dora, FL 20' Winnebago Travato
6 reviews
“Traffic noise, but an appealing campground.”

Reviewed 8/15/2019

Nightly rate: $25
Days stayed: 1
Site Number: 3
Overall Rating

$25/night for dry camping at a pretty, secluded campground in a national forest. My spot was huge, had a cement pad and a nice fire pit and was surrounded by trees. But I picked the wrong side of the campground. Even though I couldn’t see the road, I could hear it. And sadly for me, big trucks drive that road making big truck noises as they go up the hills. Another site would have been better, I'm sure.

No showers, although coin-op showers available up the road. Friendly campground host came by with a list of the rules. Some Conservation Corps structures, but I didn't get to explore much because the rain was torrential. Would definitely camp there again, though. No cell service on either T-mobile or Verizon.

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SarahWynde would stay here again

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SarahWynde
Mount Dora, FL 20' Winnebago Travato
6 reviews
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site & Blackberry Campground

Augustus Saint-Gaudens was the son of immigrant parents. His father became a shoemaker in New York City, and Augustus became one of the most famed American artists of the late 19th, early 20th cen...

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Amenities

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  • dry camping
Facilities
  • restrooms: vault

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