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Top Dispersed Camping near Hawley, MA

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Best Dispersed Camping Sites Near Hawley, MA (15)

    Camper-submitted photo from George D Aiken Wilderness Dispersed
    Camper-submitted photo from George D Aiken Wilderness Dispersed
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    Camper-submitted photo from NFR 273 Dispersed Camping Spot
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    Somerset Airfield

    4 Reviews
    47 Photos
    66 Saves
    West Dover, Vermont

    Forest Road 71: This forest road stretches from the old Somerset airfield to the Kelley Stand Road. Campsites can be found in various spots along the way and along some of the forest roads leading off of Forest Road 71.

    There are many general forest areas available on the Green Mountain National Forest for rustic or dispersed camping. These areas provide a place to camp and enjoy nature’s solitude at no charge. Visitors can camp anywhere on the forest unless the area is posted closed to camping. Camp in existing sites or stay the strongly recommended 200 feet from roads, streams, trails, and bodies of water to disperse impact. Do not cut any vegetation. There is a camping limit of 14 days in any 30-day period on the Forest. Please leave the campsites clean by using Leave No Trace Principles, such as carry out what you carry in.

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      Green Mountain National Forest FR71

      1 Review
      63 Saves
      West Dover, Vermont

      Forest Road 71: This forest road stretches from the old Somerset airfield to the Kelley Stand Road. Campsites can be found in various spots along the way and along some of the forest roads leading off of Forest Road 71.

      There are many general forest areas available on the Green Mountain National Forest for rustic or dispersed camping. These areas provide a place to camp and enjoy nature’s solitude at no charge. Visitors can camp anywhere on the forest unless the area is posted closed to camping. Camp in existing sites or stay the strongly recommended 200 feet from roads, streams, trails, and bodies of water to disperse impact. Do not cut any vegetation. There is a camping limit of 14 days in any 30-day period on the Forest. Please leave the campsites clean by using Leave No Trace Principles, such as carry out what you carry in.

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      Camper-submitted photo from Dispersed site along Forest RD 71
      Camper-submitted photo from Dispersed site along Forest RD 71
      Camper-submitted photo from Dispersed site along Forest RD 71
      Camper-submitted photo from Dispersed site along Forest RD 71
      Camper-submitted photo from Dispersed site along Forest RD 71
      Camper-submitted photo from Dispersed site along Forest RD 71
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        NF83 Dispersed site 1

        1 Review
        4 Saves
        West Dover, Vermont

        Backcountry camping is allowed in most locations on the forest unless there is a specific closure order in place for a particular area.

        The following camping practices are recommended:

        Locate campsites at least 200’ from trails or waterbodies including ponds, rivers, and streams When able, utilize sites already managed for overnight use including designated tent platforms and established shelters Do not camp in alpine or sub-alpine areas where trees are 8’ or less. Help protect these fragile ecosystems!

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        • Standard (Tent/RV)
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        Camper-submitted photo from NF 83 - riverside
        Camper-submitted photo from NF 83 - riverside
        Camper-submitted photo from NF 83 - riverside
        Camper-submitted photo from NF 83 - riverside
        Camper-submitted photo from NF 83 - riverside
        Camper-submitted photo from NF 83 - riverside

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        NF 83 - riverside

        1 Review
        9 Photos
        13 Saves
        West Dover, Vermont

        Backcountry camping is allowed in most locations on the forest unless there is a specific closure order in place for a particular area.

        The following camping practices are recommended:

        Locate campsites at least 200’ from trails or waterbodies including ponds, rivers, and streams When able, utilize sites already managed for overnight use including designated tent platforms and established shelters Do not camp in alpine or sub-alpine areas where trees are 8’ or less. Help protect these fragile ecosystems!

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        • RVs
        • Tents
        • Standard (Tent/RV)
        • Dispersed
        Camper-submitted photo from Statton Pond Camp on Forest Road 71
        Camper-submitted photo from Statton Pond Camp on Forest Road 71
        Camper-submitted photo from Statton Pond Camp on Forest Road 71
        Camper-submitted photo from Stratton Pond Shelter
        Camper-submitted photo from Stratton Pond Shelter
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          Jug End Dispersed — Appalachian National Scenic Trail

          1 Review
          32 Saves
          South Egremont, Massachusetts

          This 11.1 mile stretch of the Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts starts as the AT enters the state from Connecticut, heading north and features Sages Ravine, Race Mountain, Mount Everett, and Jug End. This section of the AT includes two shelters and a few designated campsites. The shelters are the Hemlock Shelter and the Glen Brook Shelter. This is the southern most section of the AT in Massachusetts.

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