Four effective guidelines for crafting your own spooky tale while visiting a New Hampshire State Park.
Written by Matt Pyster, Student Conservation Association Interpretive Ranger at White Lake State Park. What is a camper’s favorite kind of shower? A meteor shower! Now that I’ve set a nerdy atmosphere…in just a few days around we will enter the peak of the Perseids meteor shower (around the 12th/13th of August). Space is a […]
By Simone Maule; Interpretive Ranger at Crawford Notch State Park and Ellacoya State Park From the stunning vistas of the Presidential Range to the spectacle of rushing water cascading over 100 vertical feet down a mountain Crawford Notch State Park has it all. Natural and cultural history meets here in the heart of the White […]
Hey folks,This weekend will be your last chance to see the end of the show for this season. There will be a few flowers here and there, but most of them are done for the year. This will also be my last posting for this season. I plan to pick it up again next June […]
By Nell Davis, Interpretive Ranger at Monadnock State Park Over the last month, I have been asked a lot of questions about Monadnock State Park (after all, I spend most days hiking around with a sign on my backpack that says “Stop and ask a question”). Here are the ten I have heard most often: […]
By Molly Ryan, SCA Interpretive Ranger for Bear Brook State Park, Wallis Sands State Park, and Odiorne Point State Park. Odiorne Point State Park is one of New Hampshire’s lesser known treasures. Most people who visit the park do so to see the sea creatures at the Seacoast Science Center, a non-profit located in the […]
Hey folks- This week will be the last of this year’s main show, but there are quite a few out to see, and a few more still to come in the next two weeks or so. I say worth the trip. And as I usually do, I will once again repeat myself – it is […]
By Sarah Sherwood, SCA Franconia Notch State Park Interpretive Ranger and NH Corps Member As New Hampshire’s preeminent state park, Franconia Notch attracts visitors from all over the world. Hikers tackle the Franconia Ridge Loop, skiers and boarders shred Cannon Mountain, and casual travelers take in the Flume Gorge and the Basin. Little do many […]
Signs of animals are much more common and less likely to flee at the sight of a person. By taking time to observe the small details on a hike, you can see evidence of all sorts of life around you.