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Tired of being bitten by bugs? Hire a bat.

Tired of being bitten by bugs? Hire a bat.

Posted on by Discover Power of Parks SCA Interpreters

Ah, summer. Sun, sand, vacations, and millions of mosquitoes. The quest to combat these pesky bugs (and thousands of others) can take up a good portion of your summer. A simple solution, however, is to enlist the help of a … Continue reading

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Last Weeks of Summer

Last Weeks of Summer

Posted on by Colleen O'Connell

August is great time of year to experience New Hampshire. With hot days and cool nights, it is a great time to get outdoors. One great place to enjoy these last few weeks of Summer is White Lake State Park. … Continue reading

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Rhyme Time With Ryan

Rhyme Time With Ryan

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As the sun sets at White Lake State Park there is a feeling of change Animals fall asleep, and what emerges might be strange The sun will set so seeing will be quite hard You have to use your other … Continue reading

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Going Back in Time at the Pierce Homestead

Going Back in Time at the Pierce Homestead

Posted on by Colleen O'Connell

New Hampshire is fortunate to be home to many great historic sites. One of these is the Franklin Pierce Homestead. Built in 1804 by Benjamin Pierce, the house sits on a beautiful piece of property in Hillsborough New Hampshire. Today … Continue reading

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Wondrous White Lake Walk

Wondrous White Lake Walk

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They take a deep breath in. It’s controlled and elated, with each inhale they bring themselves further away from the distant memory of stress, and soothed into a nubile state of complacency. As the air leaves their lungs, consumed of … Continue reading

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Woods Whisperer

Woods Whisperer

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The journeys and adventures I’ve had in the park pale in comparison to the journeys and adventures I’ve had with my new friends here. I’ve found that the combination of those two have made my experience here truly spectacular! As … Continue reading

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Four Favorite NH Bike Rides

Four Favorite NH Bike Rides

Posted on by Tom Howe

There are lots of great places to go biking in New Hampshire, in and out of the State Parks. Here are just a few of my favorites! The Northern Rail Trail near Lebanon, NH is a 48 mile long trail … Continue reading

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Tent Camping Basics

Tent Camping Basics

Posted on by Tom Howe

Tent camping is a great way to spend time outside with friends and family. New Hampshire’s State Parks have a lot of awesome campgrounds, so camping is really one of the best ways to explore the parks as well. Tent … Continue reading

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Mountains and Everything In Between

Mountains and Everything In Between

Posted on by Tom Howe

Franconia Notch State Park, located between the Franconia and Kinsman mountain ranges, is an easily accessible park with a wide range of attractions. Saved by a 1927 campaign by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, Franconia Notch … Continue reading

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A Short Visit to a Tall Rock

A Short Visit to a Tall Rock

Posted on by Tom Howe

The Madison Boulder in Madison, NH is the largest glacial erratic boulder in not just New Hampshire, but all of North America. It’s a National Natural Landmark. It’s also ridiculously easy to visit, and there’s a lot of fun family-friendly … Continue reading

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