Black Mountain Cabin Campground and Camping
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About the Campground
BLACK MOUNTAIN CABIN is a remote 8 person cabin located on the west sideof Black Mountain in what was once pastureland. Access to the cabin is via 1.4 mile trail used for hiking and backcountry skiing in the winter. The cabin is very rustic and the only amenities are eight wooden bunks, two small tables in the "common area", benches and a wood stove. You should bring your own firewood. There is a vault toilet a short distance from the cabin. There is a spring nearby but it is unreliable and water would need to be filtered or treated. The cabin was built in the 1930's by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Special Winter Warning: This cabin is an un-insulated log cabin. When renting the cabin in the colder months expect winter conditions and be prepared with winter gear. The temperatures inside the cabin can often mimic the exterior temps. Be prepared for a camping trip, you can just leave the tent at home. DON'T MOVE FIREWOOD
Our forests are threatened by nonnative insects that can kill large numbers of trees. Three recently introduced insects-emerald ash borer, Asian long horned beetle, and Sirex woodwasp- are wood-infesting species that can be transported long distances in firewood. Once transported into new areas, these insects can become established and kill local trees. We must STOP THE SPREAD of these insects and protect our forests and trees.
HOW CAN YOU HELP:
Leave firewood at home-do not transport it to cabins or campgrounds.
Use firewood from local sources.
If you have moved firewood, burn all of it before leaving.
Services & Amenities
- Access Trails
- Bird Watching
- Broom & Dust Pan
- Hiking Trail
- Pit Toilet
- Table & Chairs
- Wildlife Viewing
- Wood Stove
|Within 10 Miles|
Jan 01 2010 -
Dec 31 2010
Jan 01 2011 -
Dec 31 2011
Alerts and Important Information
Please bring your own drinking water* *No fired within 1/4 mile of cabin* *This facility is "Pack it in. Pack it out".* 2005 reservations made through district office.
The White Mountain National Forest does not accept walk-ins at the Saco Ranger Station (603-447-5448) for Black Mountain cabin. The foot trail to the cabin is via a moderate 1.4 mile hike. There is no running water, potable water or electricity. Visitors must bring all cooking equipment and bedding, such as sleeping bags and pillows. A wood stove is provided, but firewood is not. CAMPING RESTRICTIONS: No outside camping or fires within one quarter mile of Black Mountain Cabin Dead and Down firewood gathering is permitted although it can be diffiuclt to find so bringing your own is suggested. Those accessing Black Mountain Cabin on skiis from the East Pasture Trail and Bald Land Trail must purchase a ski pass from Jackson Ski Touring Foundation. For snow-shoers, please stay off the ski trails. Foot and snow-shoe prints can be hazerdous to skiers. The trails cross private land. Please respect private landowners rights. Please call the Saco Ranger District for the combination lock on the cabin within 10 days of you arrival at (603) 447-5448.
Campground Contact Information
Open From: Jun 15 2010 to Dec 14 2010
Reservation Phone: 877-444-6777
Campground Reservations: Black Mountain Cabin
Campground Phone: 603-447-5448
Customer Service Phone:888-445-1474
Backcountry Permits Phone: 877-550-6777
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Black Mountain Cabin is a campground located in Conway, New Hampshire. This is a US Forest Service campground. All reservations can be made by calling 1-877-444-6777.
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