Stevenson Paddlers’ Campsite

Name of Project: Stevenson Paddlers’ Campsite   Stevenson Paddlers' Campsite

Location: Monroe NH

River: Upper Connecticut River

Type of Project: Paddler’s Campsite

Public Access: Yes, via the Connecticut River

Date Completed: 2011

Landowner: Norman Stevenson

Project Description: Constructed by the Vermont River Conservancy volunteers in 2011, the campsite is on land generously opened to the public by a private landowner. It is about 1.5 miles below the confluence with the Passumpsic River. A picnic table, box privy, and register box has been installed, and wayfinding signage installed should help paddlers locate the site from the river. There is room for three tents. Suggested donation for use: $5/person/night. (Donation box installed on site). Please remember to practice Leave No Trace principles to ensure this campsite remains open to the public for years to come.

Location: Located on a shady river terrace on the New Hampshire side of the river, across from the north end of Stevens Island.

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