Surrounded by the gorgeous White Mountains, White Ledge campground hosts a diverse assortment of options for fun and relaxation. Dogs will enjoy the countless miles of paved and wild trails, while adventure seekers will have a field day scaling the white cliffs that give this area its name.
Campers have 13 different sites to choose from, which cater to a blend of tent and RV traffic. No plumbing is present at these sites, but a well water pump supplies drinking water for the campground. If you've got a canine along for the trip, you'd be wise to bring along extra drinking water, as well water can be a bit of an acquired taste. Visiting canines are required to stay on a restraint throughout their stay, as well as keep out of any public areas.
White Ledge offers opportunities for rock climbing, something not as commonly seen in campsites. For more information on requirements for climbing, as well as any classes being offered, make sure to reach out to the White Mountain National Forest offices.
Fishing is offered here via several small streams and rivers that wind throughout the region, meaning that you'll never be very far from a prime fishing spot. These small bodies of water are regularly stocked for the enjoyment of guests, but there are other opportunities nearby if these just aren't enough for you. The nearby Iona Lake is open to avid anglers, providing an abundance of rainbow and brook trout during its fly fishing season. If you're keeping Fido along for some angling, make sure they're on a sturdy restraint and kept out of the waters.
If you're planning a stay in White Ledge, keep in mind that pricing for attractions outside of the campground often incurs additional costs not listed here. Admission to White Mountain National Forest, however, is included with overnight costs.