Fred H Tucker Camp, Hazen's Notch
Fred H Tucker Camp, Hazen’s Notch

This was the girst Camp in Hazen’s Notch.

This camp is located 1/2 mile south of the highway. It is a closed camp with stove, water, and bunks to accommodate 8 to 10 people. It was built in 1928. [GB 8th Edition 1930]

This, now completed, is an entirely closed cabin, with shutters on two sides. It is five minutes’ walk south of the main road thru Hazen’s Notch. Credit for it is largely due to Clayton J. Fuller of Montgomery. People from Montgomery contributed $50. Fred Tucker and Mortimer Proctor contributed the balance of the cost. LT News, Oct 1929. Called Hazen’s Notch Camp. [GB 11th Edition 1937]

The former Fred Tucker camp in Hazen’s Notch will remain where it is and will hereafter be known as the Hazen’s Notch Camp. [LT News, April 1937]

Now partly ruined. Emergency shelter for 3 or 4. Water. The club intends soon to build a new camp about 1 mile north of the old one. [GB 13th Edition 1947]

Said to be down in article “Post War on the Long Trail.” May 1945.

Fred Tucker and party on Mount Abraham, 1920
Fred Tucker and party on Mount Abraham, 1920

Fred H Tucker Camp, Hazen's Notch
Fred H Tucker Camp, Hazen’s Notch