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Old 05-19-2020, 04:14 PM   #1
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Mt Washington

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We are looking to spend a few nites near Mt Washington and then head to Moosehead Lake in Maine in August. Anyone have any suggestions for either of those areas. We especially prefer full hookups right now. We also might stop in Southern NH on the way up so any suggestions for that is welcomed too, thanks.

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Old 05-19-2020, 06:04 PM   #2
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We stayed at the Twin Mountain KOA and took the train to the top.
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You may want to wait until next year, both NH & Maine are not currently allowing out of state transient campers.
Maine might ease restrictions late July but it is not definite and NH is possibly an even later time line.
Both states currently have a 14-day quarantine order in effect.
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We stayed at Mountain Lake Campground and also took the cog train to the top of Mt Washington. Awesome trip. Hopefully they will start easing restrictions as most states are.
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We also stayed at the Twin Mt KOA last year and took the steam train to the top. The steamer is more fun than the Diesel engine. The campground was very well run. Lots of other attractions in the immediate area also.
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I highly recommend taking a moose tour, we took one out of Gorham. It was a lot of fun. My teenage kids really enjoyed it.
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