Bear Rock Hidden Gem

Colebrook, New Hampshire

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Nestled behind an old stone wall surrounded by maples that opens to a spectacular mountain top vista. This campsite makes unleashing your adventurous side & unplugging from the norm, an easy getaway that will go unmatched. Spectacular views & trails galore. On the 'Ride The Wilds' ATV Trails System and access to hiking, biking, swimming or simply relaxing.

COVID-19 Policies: Bear Rock Adventures is committed to the well being of our guests,employees and the communities we operate in. During the Covid 19 pandemic we are taking all necessary steps to uphold this commitment. With a focus on health and safety, we are closely monitoring the situation and have implemented the following procedures and guidelines at this time: 1. All parties checking in will undergo a Covid-19 screening process by our staff: The individual checking in will be asked if anyone in his or her party is sick or not feeling well based on the screening guidelines for all NH employers & employees. Should the guest of individuals in the party exhibit or acknowledge Covid-19 symptoms or exposure, Bear Rock Adventures may deny the party admittance to the site. 2. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness.Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19: Cough Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Fever Chills Muscle pain Sore throat New loss of taste or smell 3. During ‘Check In’ to the site, Bear Rock Employees will minimize contact as much as possible maintaining social distancing and adhering to the recommended practice of wearing masks & gloves. We request our guests follow the same protocol during this time. 4. We urge all guests to follow the CDC recommended hand washing & sanitizing guidelines during their visit to stay healthy. All sites are sanitized prior to arrival and supplied with hand sanitizer, sanitizing sprays, hand soap and water to facilitate these practices. 5. All of our sites allow for natural social distancing but we urge all guests to practice social distancing when appropriate. This campsite is at the top of a small mountain with majestic views of the Great North Woods and Canada. A spectacular location to create a base camp for outdoor adventure. It is easily accessible with a four wheel drive vehicle. Secure one tent or all three for a spectacular experience. This northern New Hampshire campsite has unrivaled beauty in what it has to offer. Being a short 20 minute drive from Coleman State Park, there are plenty of hiking trails to keep you exploring. If relaxing is more your speed, kick your feet back and soak up the sun as you are treated with breathtaking mountain views!

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