Ethan Pond Campsite & Shelter


 

Shelter Description


Around 1830, Ethan Allen Crawford discovered this pond while on one of his trapping trips, and it was named for him. The Adirondack-style shelter was built in the 1970’s and is maintained by AMC with a caretaker; fee. Accommodates 10 at the shelter and 20 on three single and two double tent platforms. Composting privy; bear box. Water source is a brook near the site. (Description courtesy of ATC Appalachian Trail Guide to New Hampshire-Vermont: 13th edition)

Shelter Type: Shelter

Capacity: 10

Sanitation: Privy

Tenting area?: Yes

Other Notes: Caretaker present. Fee charged. Bear box.

 

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