A pleasant and roomy camping spot nestled in a grove of White Pines north of Hanover.
Note that this site gets some walk in usage. It was developed in honor of Patchen Miller who was murdered at the age of 26 while rafting down the headwaters of the Amazon.
Patchen had a lot of personal charm and charisma and a remarkable crosssection of local community members turned out for his memorial service at the Montshire Museum. As an offshoot, an ad hoc group the "Friends of Patchen Miller" took on the establishment and maintenance of this campsite on land ever after named Patchen's Point.