Thanks to volunteer campsite stewards, hundreds of paddlers enjoy the primitive campsites along the Connecticut River every summer. Volunteers help open and close the campsites in the beginning and end of the season, and conduct periodic campsite monitoring. The following is a list of campsite adoption opportunities. If you are interested in learning more about the campsite adoption program, please contact us. Youth groups welcome!
|Belknap Campsite||Bloomfield||State of Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation|
|Maine Central Railroad Trestle||Brunswick||Northern Forest Canoe Trail|
|Samuel Benton Campsite||Maidstone||Northern Forest Canoe Trail|
|Moore Primitive Campsite||Littleton||TransCanada Hydro Northeast|
|Roaring Brook Campsite||Ely||Upper Valley Land Trust|
|Lower Meadow Campsite||South Charlestown||TransCanada Hydro Northeast|
|Hatchery Brook Primitive Campsite||Montague||Appalachian Mountain Club|