By Xandri Clifton, Interpretive Ranger at Greenfield and Monadnock State Parks My experience as an interpreter has been an interesting one—just like all the other interpreters across the state. What’s different about mine, is that I work at Greenfield State Park (the largest campground in the state) and Monadnock State Park (the most hiked mountain […]
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.
This quiet pond sits deep within Greenfield State Park and offers stunning views. Missed by many, Hogback Pond offers so much to visitors. In this article I will touch on some of the most beautiful things about this place. Views The pond’s setting is stunning. As we made our approach on snowshoes, I noticed the […]
Looking back on summer and all my experiences and memories, it’s important to remember that the parks cannot function without the help and support of the community. This past week, I helped organize and implement a trail day with volunteers from Public Service of New Hampshire to revitalize the Hogback Trail in Greenfield State Park […]