State Parks

New Hampshire’s 93 state park properties bring variety within proximity to life. Here, you can enjoy all of your favorite outdoor activities on water, land, and sea. There are the usual suspects, like biking, camping, skiing, hiking, fishing, and kayaking, but if you’re feeling even more adventurous, you can try your hand at archery, ATVing, horseback riding, rock climbing, and more. From beaches and campgrounds to trails, parks, and mountaintops, New Hampshire is one of only five states in the United States with more than four percent of state land area preserved in parks. We take care of our land, and want it to be enjoyed by all who visit.

Covid-19 Update: Many of New Hampshire’s State Park properties are open, with various guidelines and restrictions in place to prevent overcrowding and to maintain safe social distancing. Facility specifics, as well as efforts to protect employees and consumers are here. If you are planning to visit a day-use park, reservations are required and you can reserve a pass online here.   If you are interested in visiting one of the State Park campgrounds, check openings, availability and make a reservation here

For more information, you can visit the New Hampshire State Parks website to find a state park by name or activity.