Cabins at Lopstick
NH’s Oldest Sports Camp, Pittsburg CT Lakes Region NH
In the late 1920’s outdoorsman and guide “Long Tom” Currier, built two cabins and opened Currier Camps, serving meals in the lodge and offering a guide service. The name Currier Camps may still be found on many old local maps.
The Cabins at Lopstick, 45 Stewart Young Road, Pittsburg, New Hampshire 03592 | 603 538 6300
Located in New Hampshire's Connecticut Lakes Region, we offer cozy, housekeeping cabins on First Connecticut Lake, Back Lake and on the River. Cabins have fully equipped kitchen, one, two and three bedrooms, satellite TV, outdoor grills in the summer and private porches with great views. Fishing, hunting, snowmobiling on New England's BEST trail system. Moose watching on "Moose Alley", and birding are favorite activities. We offer motor boat, kayak and canoe rentals as well as snowmobile rentals in the winter.
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Today “The Cabins at Lopstick” – as it is now known – is a fantastic sporting camp with some outstanding log cabins that are anything but “roughing it”. Ask about Lopstick Cabin Vacations or share comments. To feature your business in NHLiving, contact us.
Lopstick Cabins: North Country Vacations
The former Currier Camps in New Hampshire North Country is now known as Lopstick Cabins. The Lopstick Cabins offers fully equipped log cabins, some with Jacuzzi tubs, color satellite TVs, VCR’s, and microwave ovens. This sport camp is also a licensed Orvis Shop and has a great selection of Orvis hunting and fishing gear.
The talk in the shop is always about the local action – fishing or hunting conditions that is – sprinkled in with tales about moose, bald eagles, black bear, and the lunker laker or monster brookie that got away.
In 1999 Lopstick began renting Ski Doo snowmobiles. Snowmobiling continues to be a popular winter activity. Pittsburg’s network of snowmobile trails and excellent lodging options are attracting more families and serious snowmobilers to New Hampshire’s Great North Woods area every winter.
Oh yea, what is a Lopstick? It’s a Canadian term for a fir tree denuded of the lower branches, and having the top ones cut to point the way in several directions.
Whatever direction you head be sure it’s north to Pittsburg and the outstanding lodging, great people, and scenic splendor of Lopstick Cabins, First Connecticut Lake, Pittsburg, New Hampshire. Find our recommended Pittsburg, NH.
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