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Old Highway loop just off Berlin road (Highway 16) 11 miles south of Errol, New Hampshire. Plenty room for a vehicle of any size... May be problematic if you wish to extend slides. River Access, with Verizon 4bars LTE. No signs posted anywhere along the loop. Primitive spot... Leave no trace.
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Stayed here on a thursday night and was not bothered. Got here around 9pm and hung out the next day until about noon. A few people pulled into the pulloff in the morning to piss and look at the river, just make sure you leave a path for vehicles to passReport Check-In
Great place for a night. No one else here, but one car came by in the morning. As others have noted, it's quite beautiful.Report Check-In
Quiet night, lots of bugs (normal for being by water), 2-4 bars of Verizon depending on where you are on the road, great place for fly fishing for this late in summer(saw lots of fish biting and a few people catch rainbow trout and smallmouth bass) Was able to camp down the road from another group and still have my own space. Felt safe and was BEAUTIFULReport Check-In
Great spot! The river with the forest beyond is so beautiful. It was reasonably quiet, just a little highway noise during the day. Nice and level. Plenty of room for any size rig.
We stayed three nights and we were able to put the kayak in and paddle around.
Both Verizon and ATT were great.Report Check-In
Old Highway loop just off Berlin Rd (Highway 16) 11 miles south of Errol, New Hampshire. Plenty room for a vehicle of any size.... may be problematic if you wish to extend slides. River Access, with Verizon 4bars LTE. No signs posted anywhere along the loop. Primitive spot...Leave No Trace.Report Check-In