Some have deemed Monadnock as New Hampshire’s “cultural corner.” Others, like myself, have a hard time spelling the name. But, once you get past the iffy phonics, the region is quite lovely. This southwestern corner of the state had me exploring miles of forest, castle ruins, and one of the best campgrounds I’ve seen yet.
I learned many important lessons on my recent visit to Pisgah State Park. Allow me to share with you a diary of our expedition one November afternoon…. I have been hungry to get back to the NH’s largest State Park, Pisgah, on the southwest border. I also wanted to have an adventure as a family, […]
On Sunday, May 26, our family chose to spend the afternoon hiking a small portion of New Hampshire’s largest state park, Pisgah State Park. We took the Old Chesterfield Road route from the east near Route 10, in Winchester. From the trail, we saw a wetland with beaver lodge and dam. Old Chesterfield Road is very popular […]
It’s a Dog’s Life at Pisgah State Park! Last week, I went to the Monadnock region of New Hampshire to visit my friend from school, Molly, and to explore Pisgah State Park. You might recognize Molly from the Pawtuckaway State Park post! Weeks ago, while planning my visit, we had dreamt of days spent snow […]