In nearly every town in the Granite State, a trail can be found for hiking. Whether you're looking
for a leisurely stroll to view the Fall foliage or a trek across the 4000 ft. peaks of the Presidential
Range, New Hampshire offers the widest variety of terrain in the northeast.
The hiking trails draw thousands of tourists each year, and yield spectacular views such as those seen
from Crawford Notch, Franconia Notch, Mount Washington and the World-famous foliage views along the
Kancamagus Highway. Most of the trails throughout the state are well marked and maintained by either
the State of New Hampshire, the White Mountain National Forest or the Appalachian Mountain Club.
We have paths for walking throughout the 100 acre campground. You can stroll beside a babbling brook,
over hills and through the woods. Click Here to view a map of the walking trails.
Some of the most popular hikes in our area include:
Note: The Forest service requires a parking pass at some of the more popular places.
The $5/day or $20/year passes are available in our store.