We are now accepting applications for the visiting artist who will join us in the Park for two weeks in September. Interested artists can find more information at our visiting artist webpage. The application deadline is March 15.
The Park only received a couple of inches of snow in the last storm, so in areas not already packed there is a think layer of powder over a hard breakable crust. Below is an update on a few locations: Foss & Knowlton Trail is still not ideal for towing pulk sleds. The Tote Road… Continue reading “1-24-2023 Trail Conditions” →
In the last weather event, the Park received between 1-5” of snow and sleet, depending on the location in the park. Some trail conditions have improved, others remain about the same. Roaring Brook Road and Chimney Pond Trail are packed and conducive to towing a sled. Routes above treeline have not been packed. Skiing in… Continue reading “1-17-2023 Trail Conditions” →
As we open our reservations for the 2023 season of camping, we’d like to let our visitors know well in advance that the Daicey Pond Campground will be closed for camping from May 2024 to April 2025 (the following year) to repair the cabins for continued public use. Daicey Pond cabin closure announcement- January 2023
Beginning this spring, Baxter State Park bunkhouses will resume normal usage, with visitors from different parties able to reserve individual bunks at the same time. Regular pricing per bunk will also resume. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, from 2020-2022 bunkhouses at Baxter were operated as private cabins, with only a single party able to… Continue reading “Bunkhouses will resume normal usage in spring 2023” →
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We have lost more snow in the Park since the last update. The Tote road, while passable all the way through the park on foot now, is bare in many places in the south. Trails such as Foss & Knowlton are mostly bare as well. There are about 5 inches of old snow on the… Continue reading “1-3-2023 Trail Conditions” →