Grab a sherpa and an oxygen mask if you’re heading to Midway Campground, which lies at the high, high elevation of 6,000 feet. Okay, so maybe it’s not that high (you won’t actually need the sherpa or the mask). But compared to other campgrounds in the area it’s up there. Snowpack stays here longer than other areas in the Pomeroy Ranger District, so if you’re missing the white stuff in late Spring and early Summer, you might be able to find some at Midway. Just know that if you throw a snowball at your friend, he or she will probably reciprocate.
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Tip: Check out the hiking trails connected to the campground, and bring your snowshoes if you come early enough in the season.