*Check the WMNF website prior to hiking in to ensure the campsite is open, it has been closed due to COVID-19 and remains closed as of June 1, 2020.
You can access this tensite from a number of trail heads in northern New Hampshire (Milbrook Trail, Unknown Pond, etc.) for a 3.5 to 5 mile hike in depending on the direction you come. We parked at the Berlin Fish Hatchery and walked in via the Milbrook Trail. A gradual climb from the trail head to the campsite through a few boggy areas before climbing into the boreal forest for a bit. Prime moose habitat!
There is a nice water source .1 miles from the campsite has an easily accessible flow. So no need to hike in with a ton of water. The sites are nicely disperesed and maintained by the U.S. Forest Service. The tentsite has a privy as well just be sure to bring wiping material. The sites are well shaded once the leaves come out in the late spring/early summer. There are a few dead trees looming so be sure to glance up before you decide where to pitch your tent for the evening. If you are a hammock sleeper, there's plent of room and great trees to hang from.
Rogers Ledge, the ledge itself, is just a bit further from the campsite (.6 miles). The trail climbs out of the campsite and eventually becomes a bit of a vertical scramble to the top. On a clear day you can see the Presidential Range easily.