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    Default Baxter State Park Fees 2017

    Baxter Park is independently funded and our camping fees provide vital support toward protecting and preserving the Park. We are changing our fee structure slightly as follows, beginning at the start of the summer 2017 (May 15) season:

    Summer
    Campground Lean-to or Tentsite $32/site
    Backcountry Lean-to or Tentsite $21/site
    Bunkhouse $12/person
    Group Area $8/person (minimum $48)
    Cabin; 2-person $57/site
    Cabin; 3 person $78/site
    Cabin; 4 person $105/site
    Cabin; 6 person $135/site
    Canoe/Kayak $2/hour
    Non-resident Entrance Fee $15
    Non-resident Season Pass $42
    Day Use Parking Reservation $5
    Firewood Bundle $3

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    I'll be there at the end of January. Cheers!
    Let me go

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    Still the same reservation policy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.S.Kobzol View Post
    I'll be there at the end of January. Cheers!
    What's your itinerary?

    Quote Originally Posted by Huli View Post
    Still the same reservation policy?
    Yup. Opening day in person is 1/14, two res per person. Rolling reservations begin the next day, 1/15 is the first day for 5/15 reservations, ect.
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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    Itinerary is ro try to make it to him wypond on day one, spend 3 nights and hope for good summit weather, hit Hamlin and Baxter. Most likely ski to Roaring Brook as usual but depending on conditions might Fat Bike to RB. Snowshoe to chimney Pond.
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    Sly....did they change the fee for long distance hikers stay at The Birches.?
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    The Birches remains $10. per person, one night only, northbounder from at least Monson, through Oct 22nd.
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T.S.Kobzol View Post
    Itinerary is ro try to make it to him wypond on day one, spend 3 nights and hope for good summit weather, hit Hamlin and Baxter. Most likely ski to Roaring Brook as usual but depending on conditions might Fat Bike to RB. Snowshoe to chimney Pond.
    Sounds like fun! Snow probably too deep for fat bike tires. Call HQ for up-to-date trail conditions.
    Teej

    "[ATers] represent three percent of our use and about twenty percent of our effort," retired Baxter Park Director Jensen Bissell.

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