Eighty-four sites dot Russell Pond's forest landscape and offer the chance to select from a few different options. Prices stay the same, regardless of how you'd like to set up camp for the night. RVs and campers are welcome as well as tents, and sites come standard with paved parking spurs. Modern amenities like hot showers and restroom facilities are located in a few different areas, meaning you won't struggle to find fresh water in case Fido gets thirsty. Dogs need to stay in your tent or vehicle overnight, as no outdoor staking is allowed at Russell Pond. Also be sure to keep them clear of public facilities out of respect for other campers.
Nature spotters will have a field day in the surrounding forests, with tons of wildlife populating the area. Make sure to try and snatch a glimpse of species like moose and white-tailed deer as you check out the trails that wind through the area. Guests are encouraged to bring Fido along, as this beautiful forest paths are generally quite level and easy to explore. Make sure to pick up and messes that your dog drops to avoid attracting potentially dangerous wildlife, while keeping them securely on a leash.
If paddling around is more your thing, you may want to look towards the nearby Russell Pond. This small body of water provides tranquil, spring-fed waters that are perfect for a canoe or kayak trip with your dog, provided you keep them safe during your travels. Guests looking to do a bit of water exploration should make sure that their vessel's registration is visible, as normal state laws apply here.
Guests of Russell Pond Campground are reminded to bring a hard copy of their reservations with them upon arrival. You'll also need to store food, toiletries, and other scented items in the provided bear-proof food lockers.