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LAKE FRANCIS STATE PARK, NH
Status: Closed through Thu Apr 30 2015
Max reservation window: Mon Feb 01 2016
Lake Francis is a 2,000-acre lake near the Connecticut Lakes of the Great North Woods region. Hunters and anglers enjoy this park as a base for their respective activities. A boat launch is located in the park. Canoeists enjoy exploring the upper part of the Connecticut River.
This facility also list availabiltiy for the Magalloway Watchman Tower Cabin. For more information on the cabin please visit the site details page for the cabin.
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Alerts and Important Information
The below alerts and Important Information applies to Lake Fancis State Park campsites. For a listing of the Alerts and Important Information for the Magalloway Watchman Tower Cabin please visit the site details page for the cabin.
SITE FEE COVERS 2 ADULTS AND UP TO 4 CHILDREN. FOR EACH ADDITIONAL ADULTS A FEE OF $10 PER NIGHT AND FOR EACH ADDITIONAL CHILDREN FEES OF $5 PER NIGHT ARE TO BE PAID UPON ARRIVAL. Site holds up to six people of which only 4 can be adults..
ATTENTION: No out of state firewood allowed in NH State Parks
Lake Francis has 7 lakefront sites and 2 non-lakefront with water and electric hook up. (sites 13 through 21)
No hook-ups at other sites
Site 38 through 41 are walk to tent platform sites and lake view parking available near retail store
After Columbus Day Weekend, the campground is open for a short time with limited facilities. Water limited during this time based on weather. Electricity does stay on after Columbus day.
For Lake Francis youth group reservations please contact 603-271-3556
**For any refund requests after the reservation arrival date must be in writing and sent to The NH Reservation Information Office, PO Box 1856, Concord, NH 03302-1856 **
Getting There:GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
For Lake Francis:
From I-93: Exit 36 onto Route 3 North. Follow Route 3 to Pittsburg. Follow signs to Lake Francis State Park. From I-95: Take Route 16 west to Route 26 west to Route 3 in Colebrook. On route 3 follow signs to Lake Francis State Park.
For the Watchtower Cabin: Go 4.7 miles beyond the First Connecticut dam and take a right on Magalloway Road. Go 5.3 miles and take a right at the Tower sign. Follow the main road about 2.5 miles and park in the lot off to the side. The trail is clearly marked to the top.
Mailing Address:LAKE FRANCIS STATE PARK
439 River Road
Pittsburgh NH 03592
Phone Number:Information: (603)538-6965