In the National Forest of NH. most, if not all, of the campgrounds are now held by private entities and have a on site campgound supervisor during the summer.
I think this is too bad that all our Fed. tax monies we send in can not keep these as a profit making buisness for our goverment but that is another subject.
Any way, to the point of Question.
Back in the day (when these were still in the hands of the National Forest dept.) they would leave several campgrounds open for free camping after a certain date in Oct.
my wife and I went and got our Christmas tree permit from the ranger station and went into the forest on a well known road in NH, low and behold the gates to the campgrounds are still open and the bathrooms are clean and had fresh TP inside.
There was no camp supervisor and his campsite was neatly packed away for winter.
Does anyone know if boondocking
at these campsites are allowed in the winter at no charge and who are maintaining them?
Gerry the canoebuilder