NOTICE: Clough State Park closes at 7pm daily. The gates for the park also close and lock at 7pm.
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Children (6-11): $2
The off-season poses unique risks inherent when participating in outdoor recreational activities. Please be aware that many State Park areas and trails are not staffed during the off-season, and day-use fees are not collected. Recreationists should possess the necessary knowledge, skill, and equipment to ensure their own safety. Users assume all risk while recreating in State Park lands.
Admission is $4 for adults; $2 for children ages 6-11; children ages 5 and under and NH residents age 65 and over are admitted free. Season passes are available. When park is unstaffed during the season, please use Iron Ranger (self-serve paystation).
The New Hampshire State Park Experience
Excerpt from our blog: "Starting on top of the Everett Dam, I took in a panoramic view of the lake and some of the trails that make up the park below. After getting my bearings I crossed the huge concrete dam on my bike and descended a trail that led along the banks of the west side of Everett Lake. The trail, an old logging road, was immediately flanked by water on both sides and gave a really cool feeling that you were almost riding on water." To read more about Daniel's experience check out his blog post "Exploring Clough State Park."
Please note: the Everett Dam and the trails on the west side of Everett Lake are not part of Clough State Park (managed by the Army Corps of Engineers). Entry to Clough State Park beach and car-top boat launch may only be granted through the Clough Park Road entrance during operating hours.
Are pets allowed at Clough State Park?
Pets are not permitted in the park. See the NH State Parks Pets Policy for more information.
Keep Your Parks Clean
Through the Carry-In/Carry-Out Program, you can help us keep your parks clean and beautiful by carrying out whatever you carry in. Thank you for your cooperation and remember to recycle.
For listings of current advisories, please visit the State of New Hampshire, Department of Environmental Services Beach Advisories website page.
Access for Persons with Disabilities
Please contact the park office directly for information regarding disability access needs.
The New Hampshire State Park Experience Blog
5/6/13 "First Paddle at Clough State Park"