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Old 08-05-2011, 11:21 AM   #1
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white mtns nh

lookin to do a trip to New England from fl ! looking to go to the white mtns in nh also going to climb mt monadnock any suggestions on routes an campgrounds ? thanks
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We like it at the Fransted Family Campground in Franconia. Fransted Campground, Franconia, NH
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We come up from Fl to NH a lot and usually take 95 to 26 to 77 to 81 to 84 to the Mass Pike to 3 to 93. If you want to go further up 95 take 17 over to 81. Both ways avoid DC, Balt and NYC.

Fransted is a good CG or if you prefer more things to do around you, look at the Saco River CG in North Conway. If you like NP's look at Dolly Copp CG.
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We come up from Fl to NH a lot and usually take 95 to 26 to 77 to 81 to 84 to the Mass Pike to 3 to 93. If you want to go further up 95 take 17 over to 81. Both ways avoid DC, Balt and NYC.

Fransted is a good CG or if you prefer more things to do around you, look at the Saco River CG in North Conway. If you like NP's look at Dolly Copp CG.
thats a no toll road correct is this the way you come down ? how many miles is that do you know ? im coming out of jacksonville
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We spend the winter in Naples and drive through Jax both ways. The only toll you'll see is the Mass Pike.
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what is the mass pike is that rte 2 ? im actually going to keene nh first would that rye change at all ? thanks oh how do you actually drive it ? i see youve done it more than me
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The Mass Pike is I-90 but you don't need to use it....If you are going to Keene, NH first, I would take Roadpilot's route except that when you get to Hartford, CT on I-84 take I-91 north thru Ma and into Vermont...Take exit 3 off I-91 in VT onto route 9 east...Keene is about 20 miles from this exit and 9 is a good road ...Avoid in and around Hartford, CT during rush hours...
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The Mass Pike is I-90 but you don't need to use it....If you are going to Keene, NH first, I would take Roadpilot's route except that when you get to Hartford, CT on I-84 take I-91 north thru Ma and into Vermont...Take exit 3 off I-91 in VT onto route 9 east...Keene is about 20 miles from this exit and 9 is a good road ...Avoid in and around Hartford, CT during rush hours...
thanks all is there any tolls on 84 ? i am familiar with 91 from keene what is the best way into the white mtns were looking to do some hiking there also seems like not many passport America or many discounts avail there i guess sometimes you just gotta pay
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One toll on I-84 in Newburgh, Ny (bridge) east bound...None west bound...To get to the White Mountains from Keene, continue east on rt.9 into Concord, NH..Then pickup I-93 north to the mountains...Most campgrounds up here are pricey..It's a short season....They have to make it while they can...
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