41-Park or Campground? – Mollidgewock SP

Someday, the Androscoggin River headwaters in the northeast corner of the state will probably be considered one of the state’s tourist highlights.  Fortunately these days it’s quietly being conserved and transformed from private to public ownership.  This park is essentially a small inholding in the much larger 13 Mile Woods, a local preserve protecting much of the riverfront as the Androscoggin River leaves Errol, NH on its way towards Berlin, NH.  I’d just call it a state campground, instead of a state park.  The river is popular for fishing, canoeing, rafting, kayaking, and so on, and this campground makes for a great stop, located as it is on a sharp bend just before the start of some rapids.I didn’t stop here long or take the time to really review the whole campground but with every site being riverside, how could you go wrong?  Happy travels!

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