Mi-Te-Jo Campground is located on the beautiful shores of Northeast Pond. This 654 acre pond is long and narrow and feeds into 2 other ponds, Milton Pond and Town House Pond. These two ponds take up an additional 371 acres which are easily accessible by boat. Together, the three ponds make up an area known as Milton Three Ponds. These ponds are famous for their largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pickerel, horned pout and perch fishing, with rainbow and brown trout found in the deeper areas of the lakes. Fishing licenses may be purchased at the State of New Hampshire website for those 16 years and older. The lake is also enjoyed by those tubing, waterskiing, or just relaxing on the water. Mi-Te-Jo Campground features two sandy beaches on Northeast Pond, with a gentle slope, comfortable for families with young children.
In June 2006, House Bill 1463, was passed which requires everyone after January 1, 2007 to take a proctored examination in order to receive a New Hampshire boating education certificate. This certificate is required to operate a motorized vessel with any type of power motor in excess of 25 horsepower on the public waters of the State of New Hampshire.