This building, which was the home of noted artist Frank H. Shapleigh from 1877 to 1894, offers White Mountain visitors the opportunity to experience mountain hospitality at its best, as well as great lodging value in a spectacular setting.
Meeting space available
Electric car charging station
Complimentary gear rental
No dogs overnight
With hostel-style bunkrooms reminiscent of those at AMC’s celebrated high mountain huts, as well as shared amenities with the Highland Center Lodge, Shapleigh Bunkhouse is a great location for your next White Mountain adventure.
Shapleigh bunkhouse offers 16 beds in two separate coed/non-gender specific bunkrooms and includes a common room for bunkhouse guests, a pantry with sink and microwave, and showers with bed linens and towels provided. Guests also have access to a refrigerator, and camp stoves may be used outside in a designated area. Groups can reserve 12 spaces and obtain exclusive use.
Our Commitment to Sustainable Operations
AMC has a long-standing commitment to using its huts, lodges, and sporting camps as models for sustainable operations and environmental stewardship. At Highland Center we compost food scraps. Highland Center also has a solar panel for some electricity needs, composting toilets in Thayer Hall, fixtures that minimize light pollution, and a wood boiler, fueled by sustainable and locally-sourced firewood, for heat and hot water.