Greta Ketchner – SCA NH Corps – Discover the Power of Parks Interpretive Ranger Are you looking to explore beautiful spots in New Hampshire this summer? Do you want to learn more about nature and the animals native to New Hampshire? Do you enjoy hiking to places with a bird’s eye view? Are you fond […]
Kayla Drake – SCA NH Corps – Discover the Power of Parks Interpretive Ranger Out on the lake, the pristine silence is interrupted by a loon’s mournful wail, a sound akin to a wolf’s howl. The sound resonates deep within you, to the wild place that exists within us all. You are reminded that you […]
As the “garden variety” rhododendrons are a bit past “peak” bloom and winding down, the native Rhododendron maximus found in Fitzwilliam, N H are still almost a month away from full bloom. It will by no means be a banner year for the blooms at the grove, but still a pretty good show. Starting about the second week in July and (depending on the weather) lasting a week or two, the flowers will be out in fu
hile Franconia Notch remains one of the most popular hiking destinations in the state – there are still a few under utilized and less appreciated routes within the park that offer the same spectacular scenery this park is known for. One example is the hike up to Eagle Pass which brings you to a an extraordinary view near the base of Eagle Cliff without having to summit Mt Lafayette or even climb above treeline.
If you purchased a 2021 season pass, you may be eligible to renew online in the next few months. Now that renewals are approaching, we thought it best to give you a quick tutorial on how the process will work going forward.
Meet the newest addition to the Bear Brook Campground! (Well…sort of) If you love camping but don’t love sleeping on the ground then you might be interested in staying in our Bear Hill Cabins. Here, deep in the middle of a state park forest, you can be fully immersed in nature while having the comforts […]
Biking down the Franconia Notch Recreation Path is one of the best ways to see fall foliage while also taking in all the natural wonders and attractions of the notch. From end to end the paved bike path runs about 9 miles starting from Skookumchuck Trailhead and ending at the Flume Gorge.